Transcript: Never a Rush Pencils? Who needs em!? iSlide Index Card A Presentaion Anywhere iSlide Index Card Topic 5
Transcript: Let's turn those Venn Diagrams into sentences! What is this a picture of? What do you notice about it? Write at least 3 sentences. What is this symbol? Where have you seen one before? Thursday: Math What beliefs are important to you and your family? Record your data as you and your partner work on your experiment. Make sure your number is the corner! Thursday: ELA Friday: ELA Tuesday: Social Studies Monday: Science Wednesday: Science GOAL! Which theme do you think is most important? Why? Beliefs and Ideals Conflict and Change Distribution of Power Friday: Science Wednesday: Social Studies Index Card Writings & Journal Prompts Let's take your circle map and turn it into sentences. Record your observations in your science notebooks. Make sure you use complete sentences! Friday: Social Studies Let's turn your circle map into sentences! Thursday: Science What does the word "equal" mean? Ms. Woods has 22 students and 88 Hershey kisses. How can Ms. Woods make equal groups? Use pictures to find the answer. Explain how you found your answer. Which of the following sentences makes sense: -Marcia likes chocolate cake. -Marcia likes. Explain why the sentence you chose makes sense. Why are plot, setting, and characters important to a story? Record the scientific method steps in your notebook while Ms. Woods conducts the experiment. How is the scientific method helpful? Kathy and her brother, John are talking about which way to walk to school. They can take a shortcut, but there are busy streets to cross that might not be as safe. They could also take a much longer, safer route, through a p ark and past a police station. What would be the best route to take? Monday: Social Studies Wednesday: ELA Thursday: Social Studies Write one sentence that answers the following question: what do you think the picture below is showing? What happens when you disagree with others? Think of a time when you disagreed with someone. What happened? Did your relationship change? How do you feel about multiplication? Which one of the following do like using more: equal grouping or arrays? Why? Tuesday: Science Why is it important to follow rules at school? What school rule would you like to change? Monday: Math Wednesday: Math Friday: Math Tuesday: Math
Transcript: We have proved that we can! Index Card Challenge By: OR IS IT? H.N. 1. Fold card hotdog style cut a hole and a straight line right down the middle. 2. Fold corners then, fold over corners then, fold down and, now cut along edges. 3. it is hard to explain. How to fit a whole person through an index card? Consrtaints then cut up and down until u get done. BH ASK hi guys Credits by: Improve Then cut the sides then cut the folded line C.J. ALL Harley Newman, Caroline Jackson, and Courtney Kuntz We didn't find anymore ways to improve the index card. H.N. DUN,DUN,DUNNNN So are cosrtaints were that the index card was a 5 by 3 card and needed to fit a WHOLE! person through it and also the person NEEDED TO BE ALIVE!!. C.J JHC BD Harley Newman Caroline Jackson Courtney Kuntz Imagine After we tried some ideas one only worked THE END all 4. H.N. First you fold it Create We improved our plan by folding it in half and cutting smaller strips in the card. This will make the index card bigger. C.K. then undo it and done
Transcript: What is one of the most adventurous things you’ve ever done? What’s the furthest place you’ve ever been from your current home? What is something you like about yourself? What’s your favorite story (book or movie)? Do you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert? (take the quiz) What is one thing you wish you had more time for in your life? When you are not at school, what do you spend most of your time doing? Name your most prized possession. If you could only listen to one genre/type of music for the rest of your life, what would it be? Think about the best class you’ve ever been in. What made that class different? What is one of the most adventurous things you’ve ever done? The single most adventurous thing I have done is raising my three kids. (If you knew them, you'd understand) What’s the furthest place you’ve ever been from your current home? The furthest I have traveled is to the state of Hawaii. What is something you like about yourself? I personally love my sense of humor. What’s your favorite story (book or movie)? At this time anything by Mitch Albom or Khaled Hosseini will be ranked among my favorites. Do you consider yourself an introvert or an extrovert? I'm actually an introvert. What is one thing you wish you had more time for in your life? I wish I had more time to read. When you are not at school, what do you spend most of your time doing? Most of my time out of school is spent preparing for school or grading. Name your most prized possession. My most prized possession is a multi-colored rosary that belonged to my grandmother. If you could only listen to one genre/type of music for the rest of your life, what would it be? If I absolutely had to pick one genre--it would be the hard rock (80s hair bands) because it overlaps with country, rock, pop, rap, rhythm and blues, and jazz. Think about the best class you’ve ever been in. What made that class different? The best class I had in high school was my creative writing class. It was an English elective and I enjoyed learning to write in various forms. The teacher always encouraged us, even when our writing wasn't up to par. Front of Index Card My Answers English II Room 113-B Back of Index Card Name Parent's Names Phone Numbers Allergies/Medical Conditions Favorite Movie/Show Favorite Subject/Class Favorite Story/Book Favorite Music /Group Goal for this year Goal for the future Front of Card Autobiographical Card Information
Transcript: The Road Ahead Biomedical Scientist Career Career A Biomedical scientist researches and test samples to help clinicians diagnose and treat diseases. A Biomedical Scientist Lifestyle Lifestyle Maltese Dog Home House Hobbies & Interest Hobbies Alto Saxophone Reading Interest Gardening Hobby
Transcript: Buying a Home When You're Financially Ready Home =Big Investment Topic 1 Buying a home is unlike renting an apartment A home will most likely be your largest asset You need to evaluate your financials to ensure you are ready to buy a home Understand What You Can Afford Topic 2 Try not to spend more that 1/3 of your take home pay on housing Get your mortgage pre-approved by a bank to have a budget Set a budget! Budgeting! Subtopic 1 Figure out what matters most to you in a home 4 bedrooms? A fixer-upper? Don't be swayed by your real-estate agent Do what's best for you Remember location is most important! 20% Is Key Subtopic 2 In determining affordability you should see if you can afford a 20% downpayment The more money you put down initially, the less you will pay monthly Putting down less than 20% means you will pay private mortgage insurance (PMI) Topic 3 Take Care of Your Accounts! Have Emergency Savings Text SH*T Happens! You need to have a savings fund outside of the money you pay for your home There is always the possibility of financial setback and you need to be ready If you don't have a full emergency fund you aren't ready for a home Control Your Debt Pictures If your combined debt exceeds 43% of your income it will be hard to get a mortgage Make sure you get all debt under control before buying a home This includes: credit card debt, student loans, car loans, and other real estate obligations Shopping For a Mortgage Topic 4 Comparison is important when looking for mortgages Bank officers and mortgage brokers often steer you in a particular direction Look at different banks or mortgage brokers to ensure you aren't overpaying Text Plain Vanilla Mortgage When looking at mortgages its best to get a standard 15 or 30 year mortgage 15 year mortgages will have lower interest rates but higher monthly payments 30 year mortgages have higher interest rates with lower monthly payments Figure out what fits best in your budget Interview with a Home Owner (My mom) Topic 5 Timeline Why did you decide to buy your first home? I didn't want to pay rent anymore. I didn't want a townhouse because they depreciate. I wanted a real house that I could live in for a long time. Did you have an emergency fund/debt control? Yes, I had no credit card debt. I made sure to never have credit card debt or student loans.Because of this I was able to buy my first home at 25. I kept 6 months worth of savings as well as 401k Did you save as close to 20% of your down payment? Yes, I had a 20% down payment so I wouldn't have to pay PMI Insurance. If you don't have the 20% you will pay more. Title Did you have a 15 or 30 year mortgage? We did a 30 year mortgage. It was cheaper at the time and we didn't have a lot of money. Fifteen year mortgage has more aggressive monthly payments that we couldn't afford. Did you consider what you needed over what you wanted? We went with what we needed and bought within our means. Our initial house had a one care garage, three bedrooms, no basement or TV room. It was just the two of us so it was fine. Title Did you consider location? It was a good location, yes. It was on a cul-de-sac and had green acres behind the house which means no one will build houses behind there. It was close to shopping and the train, good location for commuters, and a good school system. We were able to sell the house in 14 days. Would you say your house was an automatic savings plan? Generally real-estate is a good investment because of that. Our first house was not an investment but the one we live in now as a family was purchased as an investment. Once we sell our current house we will make good money. Title Did you enjoy your first house? Yes, we loved our first house. Nice neighbors, good cul-de-sac.
Transcript: Index Card Challenge Honestly it took about 6 times to get this right, it was kind of difficult to not break it or not make a mistake. Make a little change in the plan what you think caused it to fail make it better. Cut more lines make them just a bit skinnier. The instructions are followed things are good and Index Card Challenge Improve + Create It should look like this at the start if you are confused by the instructions here are some pictures to show you. Ideas, sketch, plan, first try, draw carefully Congratulations Then we tried it on Stephanie and she also looked like she was going to break it. Create Constraints- 3x5, MUST be whole entire person, no cutting them up, keep them ALIVE, and no reattaching the index card to itself. Imagine You officially fit an entire person through an index card! We got it eventually , it was kind of exciting to actually do it. If Stephanie cut to much and as soon as you open it up it breaks, so follow as closely as you can. Index Card Challenge Index Card Challenge Index Card Challenge Improve +Create THE END cut more lines, cut more towards the end, put through head first instead of stepping in and also DO NOT CUT ALL THE WAY TO THE END. THE END Fit a person through an index card. Index Card Challenge didn`t work because it broke when Cloyee stretched it out. Create Again Ask Next time don`t cut the entire thing off and also don`t cut to skinny so that it snaps when you open it. This is what it should look like if not you did something wrong!!!! After that we cut the lines skinnier and as soon as we opened it up it totally broke. So as we cut them fatter and fatter and they kept breaking and breaking we finally did it. When it finally worked we fit it over Cloyee`s head and it looked like she was about to break it. Index Card Challenge O.K, now fit through here Racheal Whittacre Stephanie Pegram Cloyee Orr Follow the instructions as close as you can so that you can succeed in your plan plan IT WAS : This is the most important part follow exactly like this or its ruined Imagine! When we started on this and we came up with the plan that only a genius would come up with. What happened was that when we cut it up and we put it over Cloyee`s head and when it got to her thighs it just broke.
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