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Transcript: GROUP POWERPOINT PRESENTATION Inmate at Toronto South Detention Center tests positive for COVID-19 By: Michaela, Jaylynn, Tanya, Tasnim, Lindsay, Victoria Tanya Michaela Jaylynn Victoria Lindsay Tasnim Summary of News Story 1 Ontario reported 100 new cases of COVID-19, along with five more deaths related to the illness earlier on Wednesday March 25th . A statement from the ministry sent out Wednesday said that an inmate at the Toronto South Detention Centre tested positive for COVID-19. The ministry was informed by local public health that the inmate was a possible COVID-19-related case upon admission, and was immediately placed in isolation. All infection prevention steps have been taken by the TSDC, and screening procedures for respiratory illness will continue until further notice. Why did your group choose this story? What about it appealed to the group? 2 As a group we choose this story because it is an human rights issue regarding how actions of others can affect people in a negative way. The topic we choose is a huge world wide issue going on which is called coronavirus also known as covd-19 which does not have any cure as of yet and is spread through contact or it being airborne. This virus appealed to the group because the information is still relevant till this day. No one knows anything more about it other than the symptoms and how it can be spread. This causes concern and appeals because we don't know if having contact with others like touching and talking can have you exposed or if you are a super spreader which is when you have the virus you are able to make 8 people sick at once which leads to health concerns without a cure. Does this story connect to any other current social justice movements/projects happening right now? 3 This story connects to the “flatten the curve” social justice movement because of how we deal and act on behalf of the collective. The inmate that was tested positive for COVID-19 was put into isolation and was “social distancing” from other inmates. Ontario has planned to release certain inmates that are nearing the end of their sentences to curb the risk of further spread of the disease. This in turn will help “flatten the curve”. Identify 2-3 main points about the story that relate to the COURSE CONTENT 4 This story presents us with an enhanced sight of how an outbreak such as COVID-19 and other diseases can affect the lifestyles of many individuals in jails. While being held in jail, it's known for a possible impact of receiving something while being incarcerated. Inmates are and could be at a greater vulnerability to COVID-19, which can be concerning for someone’s health/medical conditions. Ontario institutions have implemented needle exchange programs for inmates to do drugs safely. Measures are being taken for inmates to perform illegal substances and the same should be completed to support and prevent diseases and illnesses during pandemics. Although inmates are a primary concern of the diseases , Correction Officer’s are at risk as well. CO’s have to take precautions when dealing and having interaction with inmates. They have key relationships not only with inmates themselves but also including their co-workers, treatment staff, along with prison administration. Is there another outcome that you think could help change the circumstances of your story? 5 This story can give us a better insight on how jails deal with outbreaks and disease and how they can contain things like this from going any further. Some things that can be implemented in these facilities to decrease the chances of an inmate catching the virus is in cooperating more hand washing breaks as most facilities don’t even have working sinks. The separation of inmates can also be a good way to stop the spread of disease as most people are living on top of eachother in these facilities, separating those with no symptoms, those who are at a higher risk, and those who have symptoms are a good way the spread can be stopped and contained. Finally, fewer people being in these systems or less people entering these facilities at a time is another way it can be prolonged from coming into contact with anyone. What have you learned? 6 This story has taught myself and the rest of my group members that this article is a human rights matter. This article informs us and the public that there has been an inmate at Toronto South detention center that has tested positive for COVID-19 and in currently being isolated to reduce the spread of the virus. Another idea that my group and I have also learned is that there are some people that can be “super spreaders.” Super spreaders are individuals who are a potential risk to everyone else in society. This one individual can make eight people sick at once if they contain the virus. We learned that COVID-19 is called the coronavirus because it is not just one virus, it is a mix of multiple viruses that convert into one and originally unfolded from animals and is possible to concert

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Transcript: 1983 Americans are written 130 million prescriptions for drugs containing hydrocodone. 1893 2006 Acetaminophen is introduced to the U.S., under the name Tylenol. It’s prescription-only, in a child’s liquid dose. The adult version arrives six years later. 1920 The German pharmaceutical company Knoll synthesizes hydrocodone, an opiate painkiller chemically similar to codeine. 1978 1971 A researcher for the U.S. Bureau of Social Hygiene reports that although hydrocodone is an excellent painkiller and cough suppressant, users build up a tolerance very slowly, inducing them to become addicted. Vicodin Knoll introduces Vicodin, five milligrams of hydrocodone with 500 milligrams of acetaminophen, in the U.S. Pure hydrocodone joins the Schedule II list of narcotics, along with opium and morphine, with passage of the Controlled Substances Act. But in combination with other drugs, it’s considered a less stringently regulated Schedule III drug. 2008 Emergency-room reports involving hydrocodone increase 500 percent since 1990. That same year, the FDA recommends tighter warnings on drugs containing acetaminophen over liver-damage fears. Vicodin Timeline 2002 Generic Vicodin available. 1934 On June 30, a federal advisory panel votes to recommend the FDA ban Vicodin. 2009 1955 Abbott plans to sell a controlled-release version of Vicodin— but fails to gain FDA approval. A few months later, Abbott lays off 200 sales reps who were expected to be marketing the product. First medical use of acetaminophen, derived from a by-product of coal-tar distillation.

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Transcript: Group 5 Presents How Do Video Games Effect College Students Academic? Group 5 Facebook Findings: 72 Students Polled(47 Male/ 25 Female) Study Conducted Between 10/15/2012-11/1/2012 In a recent study, 671 students(391 Female & 280 Male) were Polled to Study the Effects of Video Game Play on their G.P.A's. Researchers Found that the Average Time Spent Playing Per Week was 3.9 Hrs. (Burgess,2012) Researchers have also found Consistent Associations Between Violent GamePlay and School Performance.(Burgess, 2012) "Playing Video Games is a way to avoid studying." (Carl P., Facebook) "My roommate hid my XBox because I could not balance my gaming and school work." Joe M. (Facebook) Video Game Play Significantly Negatively Related With College GPA, but Varies by Sex. 49% of Gamers Between 18-49 Yrs. 81% of 18-29 Yrs. Old Play Average Game Player is 34 Yrs. Researchers Also Found that Males Played More Often, Started Younger, and Were Significantly More Likely to Play Violent Games. (Burgess, 2012) Social interactions between gamers now a central activity Video Game Playing Has Become a Central Social Activity For Many Players. "I find myself just sitting and watching some of my boyfriends' freinds playing for hours at a time." Linda F. (Facebook) Video gameplay compared to problems gambling "I Found Myself chasing that last high score for hours on end." Paul L., Facebook) "Machine Players Displayed "chasing" behavior...Similar to that of Gamblers." (King, 2009) Video Game Play Has Also Been Related to Problem Gambling. (King, 2009) 6-13% of Gamers Play Excessively "It's almost like being addicted to drugs."(Mike B., Facebook) Students worried about the impact of gameplay on their academic progress. Researchers have found that 55.8% of Students worry about the impact of their Gameplay. (King, 2009) Link between violent video gameplay and declining grade point average(GPA) Little Research Has Examined Relationships Between Video Game Use and School Performance. CHAD SMITH DATABASE & INFO GRAPHICS SPECIALIST GROUP5 MEMBERS YOUTUBE DOWNLOADER PHOTOBUCKET WINDOWS MOVIEMAKER PREZI YOUTUBE NVC DATABASE ONLINE CHARACTER MAKER King, Daniel Luke, Paul H. Delfabbro, and Ian T. Zajac. "Preliminary Validation Of A New Clinical Tool For Identifying Problem Video Game Playing." International Journal Of Mental Health & Addiction 9.1 (2011): 72-87. Academic Search Complete. Web. 25 Oct. 2012. CITATION 01 WEDSITES AND SOFTWARE USED GROUP5 MEMBERS MYLES MONTANA ART, MUSIC & VIDEO DIRECTOR CREDITS: CREATE A GRAPH FACEBOOK MLG JOHNATHAN BOSQUEZ RESPONSE COLLECTOR CITATION 02 GROUP5 MEMBERS CITATIONS JOHN MORRIS RESPONSE COLLECTOR SOFTWARE USED (Facebook, 2012) Burgess, Stephen R., Steven Paul Stermer, and Melinda C.R. Burgess. "Video Game Playing And Academic Performance In College Students." College Student Journal 46.2 (2012): 376-387. Academic Search Complete. Web. 21 Oct. 2012. GROUP5 MEMBERS

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Transcript: Straw MAn Kevin Herrera Benjamin Rodriguez Yamna Ochoa 1/10/23 Fallacy Straw MAn This fallacy occurs when, in attempting to refute another person's argument, you address only a weak or distorted version of it. (Straw Man is the misrepresentation of an opponent's position or a competitor's product to tout one's own argument or product as superior.) Fallacy Straw MAn Relevant Symbol #1 What this means is, it’s meant to distract from the real issue being discussed and is not a logically valid argument. Just a simple exageration to aviod being wrong. Revevant Symbol #1 Relevant symbol #2 Misrepresenting someone's argument to make it easier to attack. Relevant Symbom #2 Examples of Straw Man Examples "You want everyone to be vegeterian!?" "We should eat less beef. Raising cows requires a lot of water and land, and emits a lot of carbon" By misinterpreting the argument about the cows the other person acts as if they're forced to be vegetarian. "We shouldn't be on social media that much" "Nobody uses social media the same, I use it to communicate with my family who is far away, we shouldn't be forced to give off our communication." By not understanding what the person means, the other person is able to interpret it the way that he wants and is able to disprove the initial statement. WORKSHEET EXAMPLE #6 WORKSHEET #6 Explanation: This would be an example of straw man as Bob misinterprets what Charlie is trying to say in order for his argument to sound stronger and makes Charlie's argument easier to defeat knowing that wasn't what she was aiming for. Charlie: I think we should put more money into schools. Quality public education is so important. Bob: So you're saying we should cut military spending and spend it instead on more spiral notebooks and crayons? I guess you want our country to be a weak, defenseless target for terrorists. WORKSHEET EXAMPLE #20 WORKSHEET EXAMPLE #20 Explanation: Charlie's original idea here is that the illegal distribution of music is hurting the music industry, however, Bob sees it in a way where the idea of Charlie is taken in a differently meaning as where Bob can easily defeat those things stated by talking about their own freedom. Charlie: Illegal posting and sharing of songs online is crippling the music industry. Bob: You couldn't be more wrong; the music industry is doing just fine. I can't believe you think the government should be allowed to regulate what I share with my "friends." No one wants a world where I can't loan a book to my girlfriend, let my roommate borrow my iPod, or share a funny meme with my blog followers. STRAW MAN VIDEO Video This video shows is an example of Straw Man because the dad was talking about ice cream flavors but he was trying to prove a point using the topic they were already talking about.

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Transcript: Camila: Learned to appreciate my freedom Esther: Gained satisfaction by helping others Pooja: Saw how others live Tori: Learned from other people and their experiences Zane: Learned to never do anything illegal. Thanks for viewing class! Many people believe that visiting a prison will scare juveniles when in actuality it makes them feel vulnerable in which they try to retaliate. It is not beneficial. Behaviors Interesting Facts Inside the Juvenile Facility Torn Between the Two Juvenile Facility it is! Group members had to decide whether to do Humanities for habitat or Juvenile Facility The first day the group got together we introduced ourselves. We engaged in small talk which facilitated the group members interest/dislikes. Members of the group exchanged information 1. Email Addresses 2. Cell-phone # 3. Days of availability 1. We generated a Pros and Cons list for both topics to see which was the best option for the group as a whole. Juvenile bald eagles are mixture of brown and white; with a black beak in young birds Voice - Shrill, high pitched, and twittering are common descriptions used for bald eagle vocalizations. Eyesight - An eagle's eye is almost as large as a human's, but its sharpness is at least four times that of a person with perfect vision. Longevity (life expectancy) - It's possible for bald eagles in the wild to live longer than thirty years, but the average lifespan is fifteen to twenty years. Beak - The hook at the tip is used for tearing. Behind the hook, the upper mandible, the edge sharp enough to slice tough skin, over laps the lower, creating a scissors effect. Talons - Talons are important tools for hunting and defense. Eagles kill their prey by penetrating its flesh with their talons. Eagles can open and close their talons at will. Skeleton - It weighs about half a pound (250 to 300 grams), and is only 5 or 6 percent of its total weight. The feathers weigh twice that much. Eagle bones are light, because they are hollow. The beak, talons, and feathers are made of keratin. Respiratory system - Eagles have an external naris on both sides of their beak. After careful observation I noticed that bald eagles would fly around in circles high in the sky and would sometime fly low towards the lake looking for fish. More often than not they would sit in their nest for long periods of time possibly nesting. Juvenile eagles have grayish color feathers. I seen a couple of eagles on tree branches with their mates just looking around. Group members expressed their opinions about each project. Bald Eagle at citing at Grandpas house at Hot Springs Arkansas Elementary School Resume Thank you letters Interviews Finger Painting After weighing out the pros and cons the juvenile facility was convenient for each group member. Group members thought of activities to perform the day at the event. Problems faced when planning activities 1. No sharp objects allowed 2. No camera's 3. Any papers from the outside had to be approved first before allowed in facility.(group members worked on papers in advance to email to make for certain they were approved) Day 2 Brainstorming Veterinary Humanities for habitat Eliminating Prospects By Camila, Esther, Pooja, Tori & Zane Group members generated a list of possible "Acts of Kindness" * Group members would research more to bring to the next meeting. Group Project: Noyes Juvenile Detention Center Day 1 In Group MTV SHOW Homeless shelter Elderly Home The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that there were approximately 73.8 million youth under the age of 18 in the United States in 2012. Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Community-Based Mentoring (CBM) Program * Is a program that has been useful in many juvenile's lives because it provides them with the tools such as education, building trust bonds, and essential in life to help them reintegrate into society. What Group Members Gained Traits Serving Food

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