Transcript: Films Books Examples Science Countries Reporters Club Music Themed Week The importance of film today How film has changed Biography style piece on an actor/director in a recent film Use of animation/CGI Editorials, columns and opinion pieces Springboards These are pieces by 'personality' writers. They might be there to inform (because the writer's expert opinion is valued), or they might be there to entertain (because the writer has a comic or interesting way of describing everyday life). Inspirational People Next Time… Recent films Anniversaries of film/director Film related to current events Awards ceremonies (eg.Oscars) Countries Gaming
Transcript: We want to have a say in what we eat, and we want to have fun while we're eating. Outer Space Mexican Dominican These are our lunches too... and we'd like to have a say in what our lunch experience is like! We want food that both looks and tastes good and is also interesting and exciting! Cup stacking Mini-Basketball Trivia Map game Puzzles Disco We can try new things... Basketball We want food we can learn from! With themed lunches, we can learn about other cultures and different types of food We will rotate a committee of students who choose the themes for the month. We could have games at lunch for the first 20 minutes to make it interesting. A Pitch by the boys of Pleasant View Elementary School New foods from new places. We can have a map of all the foods we've eaten and where the ingredients come from. GO PANTHERS!! Christopher, David, Emilio, Nicholas, Steven, Tyshawn Themed Lunches English (Olympics theme) Thank you for your time!
Transcript: Examples Cont. Customers dine while sitting on toilets. The tables that the meals are served on are bathroom sinks covered with glass tops. Meals are served in miniature toilet bowls and drinks are in miniature plastic urinals. Rainforest cafe is another example of a themed restaurant. This cafe is located at Disney and it features rainforest waterfalls, creatures, lightning and vegetation. Hibachi is an example of a Japanese themed restaurant that allows customers to see their food cooked on an open grill. Trends By: Sukriti Ranjan Samantha Patrick In the 1930's Tiki bars became popular and inspired future themed restaurants. The Modern Toilet is a restaurant located in Taiwan with other chains in Asia, this restaurant features a unique bathroom theme Examples Examples Cont. Theme Restaurants In the late 1950s, David Tallichet began opening restaurants decorated as Polynesian islands, New England fishing villages and World War II era French farmhouses. His restaurants became very popular due to the experience he provided in them. Themed restaurants often depend on tourist business The atmosphere of themed restaurants are very enjoyable and give customers a one of a kind of experience Food is often secondary to atmosphere Prices are middle range Full table service is offered Themed restaurants try to create another place or time Origin Theme restaurants are restaurants in which the concept of the restaurant takes priority over everything else, influencing the architecture, food, music, and overall 'feel' of the restaurant.
Transcript: huddle Mrs. Rossi huddle to crowd together crowd huddle separate
Transcript: What we actually spent: $4239.37 What we actually did! Where did that money go? Sunday, October 20 9:00 am breakfast and check out of rooms 9:30 am load cars 12:00 pm Grand Teton National Park Tour 4:00 pm Drive Home Themed Housing Jackson Hole Trip PM contribution: $2489.37 Budget Motorpool: $1376.64 <<<< Where RHA bidpool money went $500 Motel: $1753.64 <<<<< $840 came from residents Food: $765.50 <<<< $300 from dining/coke money Prizes: $63.87 Ripley's Believe It or Not: $279.72 <<<<< $110 came from residents Friday, October 18: 8:45 am Meet, pack cars 9:00 am Leave USU 2:00 pm Arrive at motel, unload cars 3:00pm afternoon at hot springs 6:00 pm get together to eat dinner (box dinner) 8:00 - 10:00 pm Night out on the town Saturday, October 19 9:00 am Breakfast 11:00 am Gallery scavenger hunt 1:00 pm Lunch (pizza) 2:00 pm Hennes Art Museum 4:00 pm Ripley’s Believe It or Not (optional) 6:00 pm Night out on the Town
Transcript: Panther Bakery THEME COOKIE CAKES: For each holiday there is a cookie.... with cake! FOR EASTER THERE IS... the hidden surprise is a chocolate cookie with white frostying and m & ms FORTH OF JULY THERE IS.... The explosion cookie. Black cookie with red , white , and blue sprinkles with white frosting. A white macadamia cookie cake with coconut frosting. FOR HALLOWEEN THERE IS..... FOR CHRISTMAS THERE IS... A COOKIE CALLED THE NEW BEGINNING A CUSTOM MADE COOKIE OF YOUR CHOICE FOR YOUR NEW BEGINNING. FOR NEW YEARS THERE IS ...
Transcript: By Kris, Devin, Jen and Eric Dec. 5th The History of Gun Rights James Madison originally proposed the Second Amendment shortly after the Constitution was officially ratified as a way to provide more power to state militias, which today are considered the National Guard. It was deemed a compromise between Federalists — those who supported the Constitution as it was ratified — and the anti-Federalists — those who supported states having more power. Having just used guns and other arms to ward off the English, the amendment was originally created to give citizens the opportunity to fight back against a tyrannical federal government. Todays World Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your first topic or just put some placeholder text here. Where Did Gun Rights Originate? What is the 2nd Amendment? The Second Amendment (proposed 1789) was intended to protect gun ownership of all able-bodied men so that they could participate in the militia to keep the peace and defend the country if needed. It is the right to: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. What is the 2nd Amendment? Daniel J. Schultz, lawyer, stated, "the Framers [of the Constitution and Bill of Rights] understood that 'well-regulated' militias, that is, armed citizens, ready to form militias that would be well trained, self-regulated and disciplined would post no threat to their fellow citizens, but would, indeed, help to 'insure domestic Tranquility' and 'provide for the common defence.'" In other words Guns can protect communities. Some historians suggest that the idea of an individual versus a collective right would not have occurred to the Founding Fathers because the two were intertwined and inseparable: there was an individual right in order to fulfill the collective right of serving in the militia. What was Going Through the Mind of the 2nd Amendment Writers? What was Going Through the Mind of the 2nd Amendme... Convicted felons, persons adjudicated as mentally ill, and some others are prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in the US. In most states, residents may carry a handgun or other weapon in public in a concealed or open manner on one's person or in proximity, but that is restricted by some states and many cities. Some jurisdictions require a permit for concealed carry, but most jurisdictions do not require a permit for open carry, if it is allowed. Some states and localities require licenses to own or purchase guns and ammunition Can Everyone Bear Amrs? Historical Significance Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your second topic or just put some placeholder text here. Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your second topic or just put some placeholder text here. Violence Prevention Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your third topic or just put some placeholder text here. Those who take interpret the amendment in a collective way think the amendment gives each state the right to maintain and train formal militia units that can provide protection against an oppressive federal government. They argue the "well regulated militia" clause clearly means the right to bear arms should only be given to these organized groups. They believe this allows for only those in the official militia to carry guns legally, and say the federal government cannot abolish state militias. Those with the opposite viewpoint believe the amendment gives every citizen the right to own guns, free of federal regulations, to protect themselves in the face of danger. The individualists believe the amendment's militia clause was never meant to restrict each citizen's rights to bear arms. What's The Opinion Today? 1. Should More Gun Control Laws Be Enacted?-https://gun-control.procon.org/ 2. Background of the Issue-https://gun-control.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=006436 3. See a Timeline of Gun Control in the United States https://www.thoughtco.com/us-gun-control-timeline-3963620 Sources Insert your own text here. Talk about something related to your fourth topic or just put some placeholder text here. Sources
Transcript: separate elements explore careers and majors... Follow us! zoom in move around Text insert all your stuff Title www.uab.edu/cpd 205.934.4324 firstname.lastname@example.org Here Here Text or here Text Text Text step on it! your toolkit use your head Next step; reuse this prezi and add your story Let's GO!
Description: Catch the eye and engage the imagination with this cool-looking Prezi proposal template. The bold, bright design and highly dynamic theme all but guarantee success for your next sales or marketing proposal. All Prezi presentation templates are easily customized.
Description: The sky’s the limit. Boost your new sales initiative into orbit with an engaging and compelling SKO presentation. This template features a effective sales kickoff theme that makes it easy to be engaging. Like all Prezi SKO templates, it’s fully customizable with your own information.
Description: Storytelling is at the heart of great service. Use this stunning, customizable business presentation template to highlight employees who do exceptional work or position your customers as the heroes of your business.
Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable