Transcript: LUDHIANA Christian Medical College Hospital- first medical school of Asia, originated in 1985. ~site of a great battle during the First Sikh War. ~founded in 1480 by Lodi prince' s ~61 km ~Wonderland Theme Park. ~11 acres ~Rides such as bumper cars and many water rides. Hero Bicycles- largest manufacturer of bicycles in the world is based in Ludhiana. Points of Interest History & Background Punjab Agricultural University- founded in 1962, and is the nations oldest agricultural university. Jalandhar ~one hour and eight minutes Ludhiana to Jalandhar
Transcript: 1923 Disney is better than Nick Television Shows Alice Comedies Originally known as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio, with Walt Disney and his brother, Roy, as equal partners, the company soon changed its name, at Roy’s suggestion, to the Walt Disney Studio. Other Disney Networks History Background
Transcript: He changed his name from William Jefferson Blythe III He was the youngest president since president Kennedy He was elected governor of Arkansas He almost got impeached for the scandals He paid a woman $850,000 to settle his sexual harassment lawsuit. Cartoon Bill Clinton Lowest Unemployment from 7.5% to 4.0% Low inflation rate High Home ownership Low Crime Rates Cut Budget from 290 billion to 124 billion Reformed Welfare Eliminated Federal Deficit Speech Economy History Facts
Transcript: Background History In summer of 1991, Jack joined Mira Digital Publishing Company and a few weeks later Jack Dorsey was leading the team of the programmers in their thirties. Jack Dorsey entered the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Now Jack wanted to get his moving dots on the map to communicate with each other and tell where they are now and what they are about to do. “What’s happening?” – is the core question that users answer in Twitter today. Company, Product, Brand Jack Dorsey was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 19, 1976. He is of part Italian descent His father worked for a company that developed mass spectrometers and his mother was a homemaker. He was raised Catholic While being a teenager, he loved computers and could spend hours studying one of the first versions of IBM. Road Map To Success Jack attended Bishop DuBourg High School He played in tennis team, loved drawing and Art history, worked for the school newspaper and, of course, was a member of a computer club. Jack’s first programming experience occurred when he was 14 years old. The idea of Twitter came to him just in one of those moments when he heard the drivers talking with each other about where they were and what they were doing.
Transcript: Mono Lake-Northern Paiute EELB 312 Alyssa Campbell Gina Gallardo Kristin Larkin Laura Bush Lacey Slone Wikiups are what the Paiutes called their homes one room dwellings Juniper or willow poles were used along with leaves and brush or whatever natural resources were around The roofs were thatched to help insulate and keep heat inside had a circular floor plan with a shallow pit inside doorway faced due east to welcome the morning sun In Autumn the Paiute Indians would move to the hills north or east of Mono Lake. In Winter the Paiute Indians would move east of Mono Lake to the lower elevation valleys. In Spring the Paiute Indians would return to The Mono Lake basin. Historic Northern Paiute Winter Houses in Mono Basin, California BROOKE S. ARKUSH Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology , Vol. 9, No. 2 (1987), pp. 174-187 http://www.monolake.org/about/kutzadikaa Unlike marriage which had little ceremony, funerals received considerable emphasis. A traditional funeral observance known as the Cry ceremony was introduced to the Paiutes in the 1870s. Within the next 20 years, it became pervasive in the cultures of the Owens Valley Paiutes and Southern Paiutes. The Cry took place over one or two nights after a person's death prior to the funeral, and then was repeated a year or two later as a memorial. During the Cry ceremony, two groups of singers perform song cycles known as Salt Songs and Bird Songs. The Cry ceremony remained significant throughout the twentieth century. Between the singing, people close to the deceased offer emotional speeches and give away the person's valuables to guests. Read more: http://www.everyculture.com/multi/Le-Pa/Paiutes.html#ixzz2mjb5g5OO Cradle boards (Laura Bush) Location (Gina) Climate change, uncertainty and prehistoric hunter–gatherer mobility Original Research Article. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Volume 28, Issue 4, December 2009, Pages 382-396 Christopher Morgan Climate change, uncertainty and prehistoric hunter–gatherer mobility Original Research Article. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Volume 28, Issue 4, December 2009, Pages 382-396 Christopher Morgan Climate change, uncertainty and prehistoric hunter–gatherer mobility Original Research Article. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Volume 28, Issue 4, December 2009, Pages 382-396 Christopher Morgan http://native-american-indian-facts.com/Great-Basin-American-Indian-Facts/Paiute-Indian-Tribe-Facts.shtml http://www.everyculture.com/multi/Le-Pa/Paiutes.html http://www.everyculture.com/multi/Le-Pa/Paiutes.html Fletcher, Thomas C. Paiute, Prospector, Pioneer a History of the Bodie-Mono Lake Area in the Nineteenth Century. Lee Vining, CA: Artesmisia Press, 1987. 3-6. Print. http://celebratingnevadaindians.info/files/CNI_13_N._Paiute_Student_booklet.pdf http://www.monolake.org/about/kutzadikaa Historic Northern Paiute Winter Houses in Mono Basin, California BROOKE S. ARKUSH Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology , Vol. 9, No. 2 (1987), pp. 174-187 http://www.leevining.com/businesses/34.htm Traditional Housing (Lacey) Death and Burial Part 3 (Alyssa) Always took place when the tribe would gather together in the fall with dancing Marriage did not have any traditional rituals or ceremonies Only believed in monogamous marriages Paiutes were close with Kuzedika tribe for trading resources so marriages between the two tribes were common from: http://native-american-indian-facts.com/Great-Basin-American-Indian-Facts/Paiute-Indian-Tribe-Facts.shtml arrowhead spears were used to hunt basket weaving was done by the women, They carried them on their backs and either held children or food they gathered digging sticks were used to scrape away dirt bead work smooth wire, square cut nails, & wire nails jack rabbit skins were primarily used for clothing http://www.leevining.com/businesses/34.htm Brine Flies at Mono Lake (Kristin) Materials (Lacey) Paiute indians called their winter homes Tomogani. These homes were domed shaped with a circular floor plan and were primarily used during the winter Juniper posts were used for the structure and walls Smooth wire, square cut nails, and wire nails were used in building these homes Doorways were marked by inward curving juniper posts Historic Northern Paiute Winter Houses in Mono Basin, California BROOKE S. ARKUSH Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology , Vol. 9, No. 2 (1987), pp. 174-187 References In the summer Groups of the Kuzedika men would travel to the Sierra Mountains in search of big horn sheep They would kill the sheep in the mountains, pack them in snow, and take the meat down to those living in the summer camps at the base of the mountain. during the summer the Northern Paiute people would also hold rabbit drives. Everyone in the tribe, men women and children, helped with the drives. Some held the nets to catch the rabbits, others lit the grasses on fire to drive the rabbits out of their homes. From: Fletcher, Thomas C. Paiute,
Transcript: Background History ♥♥♥ DERRICK ROSE ♥♥♥ Derrick Martell Rose was born on October 4, 1988, in Chicago, Illinois. Raised without a father in the tough Englewood section of Chicago, Rose and his three older brothers were raised by their loving mother, Brenda. The Rose family was tight, and Derrick's three brothers—Dwayne, Reggie and Allan—took on a fatherly role when it came to their youngest brother. Older siblings Dwayne, Reggie and Allan were all huge Bulls fans and talented players. Derrick followed their lead. The Rose boys challenged their youngest brother on the court. They made him practice dribbling, passing and shooting with both hands. In 2003, Rose enrolled at Chicago's Simeon Academy (a South Side vocational school with a good basketball program) and quickly launched to one of the country's best high school players. His dominant career at the school resulted in numerous wins and awards. He probably had the skills to play on the varsity, but coach Bob Hambric had a policy against it, so Derrick spent the 2003–04 season playing JV. He led the team to the city championship. Toward the end of the year, Coach Bob Hambric (who was in his final year) offered Derrick a spot on the varsity but he declined—not wanting to steal the thunder from the upper classmen. By: Sabrina Belance ♥ Derrick Rose is a Christian. Rose has spoken about his faith saying, "... God does everything for a reason." Rose wears a wristband at games with the letter "IJNIP" meaning "In Jesus Name I Play" ♥ Cited Page http://www.biography.com/people/derrick-rose-21320005 http://www.jockbio.com/Bios/D_Rose/D_Rose_bio.html http://www.factsbarn.com/facts-about-derrick-rose/ MY DERRICK ROSE KNOWLEDGE ! :-) Honors, Awards, Recognition Most Valuable Player - 2011 All-NBA First Team - 2011 Player Of The Month - Apr 10, Mar 11 Player Of The Week - 01/04/10, 11/15/10, 01/18/11, 01/16/12, 03/05/12 Rookie Of The Year - 2009 All-Rookie First Team - 2009 Rookie Of The Month - Nov 08, Dec 08, Mar 09 ♥ Road Map To Success ♥ ♥ Interesting Facts
Transcript: Prep burrito filling Prep and fill tortillas Fold the tortilla Heat the burrito Ingredients include tortilla shells, cheese, beans, meat and other items you desire to place in burrito. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burrito http://www.bhg.com/recipes/ethnic-food/mexican/how-to-make-burritos/ https://sites.google.com/site/projectburritobeanandcheese/fun-facts http://factaboutall.blogspot.com/2011/02/interesting-facts-about-burritos.html Bibliography: Deliscioso Happy tummy Never go wrong Mexico thin/small two ingredients "Little donkey" First burrito1922 Central/South Mexico called tacos Ciudad Juarez, invented/most popular Chicken and Rice Beef and Beans Peanut Butter burrito Breakfast burrito Burritoooooos:) Mesoamericans used tortillas Origin unknown originated 19th century Ingredients and Preparation: Why Do I like Burritos? Serving Ideas: Yum!! Interesting Facts: By: Cassie Hale History/Background:
Transcript: Struggle for rights and freedom Black School Community When he worked in the Black School Community; he studied Diploma of Teaching . He did this so he can educate Indigenous Austrlaians their needs and to teach students in a friendly and learning environment and to give them motivation and hope so students get a better opportunity of achieving their education through good education. This gave them an equal opportunity as the white Australians. it was successful for 12 years but then it had to close down due to lack of funding and not a secure lease. short term successes: http://eddiemabotaylaworrell.weebly.com/short-term-successes.html Background: http://www.abc.net.au/tv/mabo/pdf/Mabo_History_TeacherNotes.pdf During 1982 Eddie and four other Torres Strait Islanders began legal action in the Supreme Court of Queensland claiming conventional ownership of their lands on Murray island. It was not until 1990 that Martin Moynihan passed down his perception or understanding. His judgement to Eddie and his claim to land on Murray Island was extremely critical and therefore it was rejected. Rather than being worried for the decision and requesting to change his thoughts, Eddie decided to proceed with the hearings before a full bench from the High Court of Australia. Before the judgements were made Eddie became ill and eventually passed away in 1992. Short term Successes Background History Image: http://historysubjects.weebly.com/uploads/2/4/2/1/24218262/224688_orig.png - This video is a secondary source. It's a video on celebrating the anniversary of Eddie Mabo. - It also gives an outlook of this life and about his legacy Edward (Eddie) Koiki Mabo was born in 29 June, 1936 on Murray Island, in Torres Strait. His mother passed away giving birth to himHe was then adopted by his uncle, Benny Mabo, and Eddie changed his sir name from Sambo to Mabo. Eddie was educated about his family's land at a very young age. Eddie was banished from the Island when he was 16. He moved to Townsvillein Queensland and worked in various jobs. He married Bonita Neehaw who was an Australian-born South Sea Islander and they had ten kids, in which he adopted three of them. He worked across Northern Queensland and the Torres Strait before settling in Townsville with his wife and kids in 1962. He was then elected as president of Yumba Meta. He also established Australia's first Black Community School in 2973. He died in 1922 due to cancer. Eddie Mabo Done by Marianne Benet Secondary Source Long term successes Bibliography This is a primary source, an article written after the court hearings.On June 3rd, 1992 the High court judges agreed that the Murray people officiallt own the land and are allowed to work there. ‘The Meriam people are entitled as against the whole world, to possession, occupation, use and enjoyment of the lands of the Murray Islands’. The judge stated: “The nation as a whole must remain diminished unless and until there is an acknowledgment of and a retreat from those past injustices.” Primary Source Eddie's speech on Rights and Freedom - http://www.nfsa.gov.au/digitallearning/mabo/info/doc4.htm Eddie's family short term successes Eddie was involved in many events in fighting for specific issues Indigenous people faced, that he believed was wrong. But these events did not last for long. Torress Strait Islanders Advancement League When Eddie worked on the railroads in Townsville, he joined the trade union called Torress Strait Islanders Advancement League. He helped Torres Strait Islanders and Aboriginals with the issues they faced. Such issues include unemployment, education, health and housing. Eddie saw the mistreatment given to his people and he stood up against them, and spoke up for their rights. He felt that it was necessary that everyone deserved equal rights and opportunities. Unfortunately it did not last long as he had thought. It was up to the Torress Strait Islanders and the Aboriginals to fight for their rights. Timeline He faced many financial problems. He found it difficult to travel to Melbourne, Brisbane and Murray Island to help gather evidence for the lawyers, to make decision where he had to and pass on the instructions from the community and understanding the lawyers decision and negotiating between the community and the lawyers and court. He had to even leave the employment he has to attend these meeting. He even struggled to travel as he wouldn't have the money at times to travel. He had to pay to go to Canberra for the final court hearing and also attend to his family's needs. At times he doubted whether he would win and he had to fight against that to. And he was diagnosed with cancer which made it even more of a struggle for him. But finally he succeeded but he died before the final court hearings.
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