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Transcript: The student doesn't come out of college with the ability to work in many fields of advertising. They graduate with an overview knowledge, that isn't enought to set they on the labor market. The student doesn't feel capable to practice the profession only with what they have learned in class. Depending of the University the teachers have an academic background and not a market approach needs a way to get more prepared for future in her career Mariana, 22 years old, who has just finished graduation in Advertisement and have been working as copywriter in the last 2 years. If you were able to make any direct observations of the person you interviewed in action, here is where you describe what you observed (feel free to delete this once you copy the template) • Having experience is more important than a degree. • She is letting the flow conducts her, at least, at this moment. • As she has just finished graduation she is going to change her behavior, trying to be more professional. because the college didn't provided deep knowledge The problem statement encapsulates the need for the stakeholder you will continue working on for next week During the graduation I have developed a critical thinking which is fundamental for my function. I have developed my skills more from the market labor, than from the university. Despite the course has a practical approach in the last two years, its doesn’t work in the same way. I would be lost now, if I hadn’t been working during my college. The experience is very important in our field, mainly in creative area. I looked for attending a course outside the college to improve my knowledge in the creative area and learn more about the career in Advertising, but all this could have been teached at the college. The university doesn’t help the student to think about their career. It only keeps up the internship, not worrying about the future of the student. I can’t imagine what I will be doing in 5 years time, and it scares me. I’m a very organized person and not having a plan for the future is very worrying. The college doesn't prepare you to be a "Professional advertiser" and to performing all duties that are related to the course. What makes you professional is the labor market. I would like to have left the college more capable to work in another field of Advertising, but I only feel confident to work as a copywriter and in marketing, maybe. The changes that I feel after graduating are that I can’t justify my actions based on the fact that I’m just student. My responsibilities increased, as well as the perceived value of my work. Here is where you add what your interviewee said (feel free to delete this once you copy the template) Makes notes here about all the things that surprised you from the interview, and those that challenged the assumptions you had. Make inferences here about the person's feelings, deriving from the SAY and DO quadrants • She is happy at the moment, but she becomes apprehensive when asked about the future. • She feels that the future can be very different. There isn't a goal defined. • Mariana is a very outgoing person, always in a good mood with their colleagues. • During the day, she often visits their colleagues, to see what they are doing. • She seems to be very focused during the working time. • When she has too much work, she gets more quiet than she used to be. • I didn't see her exchanging information with her supervisor in person. The same doesn't happen with their colleagues copywriters. Make inferences here about the person's thoughts, deriving from the SAY and DO sections Mariana, 22 years old, who has just finished graduation in Advertisement and have been working as copywriter in the last 2 years.

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Transcript: The History of India As large, stable ships came into use, mariners increasingly entrusted their crafts and cargos to the reasonably predictable monsoons and sailed directly across the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. 1398 A.D. to 1515 A.D. Ships of Ancient India Fine cotton textiles came into high demand throughout the trading world of the Indian Ocean basin, so Indian artisans built thriving local industries around the production of high-quality cotton textiles that influenced the structure of the Indian economy and enabled consumers to important different goods from regions that specialized in the production of other commodities. Khemer Empire Chola Kingdom expansion in SE Asia opened markets for Indian merchants and producers Place Angkor Wat 851 A.D. Temple to the hindu god Vishnu. 500-1000s A.D. Because India stood in the middle of the Indian Ocean basin, it was a natural site for emporia and warehouses. Merchants coming from east Africa or Persia exchanged their cargos at Cambay, Calicut or Quilon for goods to take back with the winter monsoon. 500-1000s A.D. 500-1000 A.D. India as a Trade Area 500-1000 A.D. Conquerers spread Islam to the northwestern city of Sind, while merchants from nearby brought Islam to north and south India. Place Region A Timeline Place Creation of Sikhism 500-1000s A.D. A tomb built under Shah Jahan’s command when his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, died giving birth to their 14th child. It is known for its symmetrical beauty, and its architecture greatly mimics that of the Byzantinian style. 500-1000s A.D. Powerful local kings of Southeast Asia charged merchants high fees to use their ports or pass through their waterways. Islam is Spread to India India Industries Portuguese Conquerors Caitlin Byoun, Julia Jeong, Oren Mor, & William Villalobos Human-Environmental Interaction Recording Devices In 1398 Tamerlane conquered Delhi. Alfonso de albuquerque seized the western Indian port of Goa in 1510, and occupied the port of Malacca on the Malay Peninsula. In 1515, he captured Muslim city of Hormuz. 500-1000s A.D. 1653 A.D. During the Mughal dynasty, the thinker Nanak created Sikhism, a mixture between Muslim and Hinduism. This religion remains a primary part of India's culture to this day. Mariners recognized the rhythms of the monsoons, and over time, they built larger ships, which enabled them to leave the coasts behind and ply the blue waters of the Indian Ocean. The Chola Kingdom Expansion Early 1100s Indians used oral accounts called “itihas” to record past events, were accurate but didn’t emphasize dates. Strategies of Mariners Region 711 A.D. The Khemer empire ruled form what is now the boundaries of modern Cambodia and southward along the Mekong River. Taj Mahal 1400s Waterway Taxes Movement End of Medieval India 18th Century Qutb Minar Early 1200s A.D. Minaret built by the sultans of Delhi. This monument stands at a height of 240 feet, impressive for such a structure that has survived to this day. End of the Gupta Dynasty 400 A.D. to the mid 600's A.D. The Huns rampaged across Asia and attacked northern India. The Gupta Dynasty disappeared during the 600s. During the rule of the Rajputs in India, Buddhism began to fade away as simply an idea taken out of Hinduism. Buddha was believed to be a reincarnation of Vishnu. 800s A.D. Shore temple Rajputs Rule Northern India Relief carving from the Buddhist temple at Borobodur in Java depicts a typical southeast Asian ship. Descent of the Ganges Temple located at Mahabalipuram, south of Madras 600s A.D. 700s A.D. Carved reliefs from the 7th century at the temple Mamallapuram, celebrates the Ganges river as a gift from Shiva and other gods 800s A.D. 14th Century Demographic Surge in India The demographic surge encouraged the concentration of people in cities.. Most ports and trading centers, specifically, had populations well over one hundred thousand. Cities in southern India grew rapidly, as a result of the increasing agricultural poductivity in the region. Monsoons in India Throughout the entire era of Medieval India, monsoons would come and go periodically, affecteing the schedules of marine transportationas well as agriculture. Medieval India (perpetual event) Start of Medieval India 300s A.D. Islam in Southern India is Renounced 1336 A.D. The kingdom of Vijayanagar reverts the southern portion of India from Muslim influence back into Hinduism. Carving at Borobodur Location Movement Movement Location Movement Movement Movement Place Human-Environmental Interaction Movement Location Region Place Place Region

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Transcript: Indian Ocean Calcutta -Calcutta is one of India's largest cities and major ports. -Calcutta has a subtropical climate with a seasonal regime of monsoons. -Calcutta was selected because of its easily defendable position and the fact that it is where trade takes place. Ganges River - The area of the Indian Ocean is 28.4 million mi - Indian Ocean covers about one fifth of the total area of the world. - The Indian Ocean constitutes about 20% of the the total ocean area. Nepal -The area of Nepal is 147,181 square kilometers. -Nepal is the 93rd largest country by area. -The north of Nepal has ten of the world's largest mountains. Tropic of Cancer -The Tropic of Cancer is also known as the Northern Tropic. -It became known as the tropic of Cancer because the sun reveals its zodiac in this angle. -The sun appears directly overhead at this angle. Thar Desert -The Thar Desert is also known as the Great Indian Desert. - The population of Thar desert is divided between Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs - by Elisa Zelaya and Megan Clarke India Map New Delhi -New Delhi was established in 1912 and completed in 1931. -New Delhi is the capital city of India. -New Delhi is the fastest growing city in India and also the world. Delhi Arabian Sea -The Arabian Sea is bordered by Iran and Pakistan. -Its area is 3,862,000 square kilometers. -The maximum of the width is 2,400 kilometers. Eastern Ghats - The Himalayas include the highest mountains in the world. - The Himalayas stretch across the northeastern portion of India - The range is made up of three parallel ranges. - The Ganges river has a high population of any river The length of the Ganges river is 2520 km - a great river of the plains of the northern Indian subcontinent 1.) Eastern Ghats are a discontinuous range of mountains in India 2,) The elevation of Eastern Ghats is 5,512 3.) Eastern Ghats is located along the Eastern coast. Bay of Bengal -The Bay of Bengal is the largest bay in the world. -The Bay of Bengal is very rich in minerals -The Bay of Bengal occupies an area of 2,172,000 square kilometers. - Delhi is the capital of the world's largest democracy, India - Delhi has an extreme climate which is very cold in winter and terribly hot in summer. - The area of Delhi is 573 mi Mumbai -Mumbai was also known as Bombay, until 1995. -Mumbai is the most populous city in India, and 9th in the world. -Mumbai is the wealthiest city in India. Western Ghats -The Western Ghats is a range of mountains that runs parallel to the western coast of the Indian Ocean. -The Western Ghats are very faulted and well-eroded. -The Western Ghats cover 61,776 miles of land. Himalayas The Thar provides recreational value in terms of desert festivals organized every year.

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Transcript: The Western Ghats or Sahyadri is a mountain range that runs parallel to the western coast of the Indian peninsula, located entirely in India. New Delhi The Eastern Ghats or Pūrva Ghaṭ, also known as Mahendra Parvatam, are a discontinuous range of mountains along India's eastern coast. The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering approximately 20% of the water on the Earth's surface. *People who come across this situation often would be glad to know that there are some beaches in the world that are long and wide enough for them to totally unwind and lose themselves. Below are listed the absolute longest beaches on the planet. Video *Interestingly, a number of Delhi's rulers played a dual role, first as destroyers and then as creators. Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is the capital of India's West Bengal state. Founded as an East India Company trading post, it was India's capital under the British Raj from 1773-1911. *It's approximately 1,000 miles (1,600 km) wide, with an average depth near 8,500 feet (2,600 meters). The maximum depth is recorded at 15,400 feet (4,694 meters). Other *In Old Delhi, a neighborhood dating to the 1600s, stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and the sprawling Jama Masjid mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000. *The Bay of Bengal, the largest bay in the world, forms the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean. Roughly triangular, it is bordered mostly by India and Sri Lanka to the west, Bangladesh to the north. *Some beaches around the world have garnered fame for the world-renowned lengths of their extensive shorelines. May of the beaches we know of today are swamped by people over the weekends or on holidays, thereby making it impossible for beach-goers to completely enjoy themselves. Eastern Ghats Western Guahts This event occurs once per year, at the time of the Northern solstice, when the Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent. As of 4 March 2016, it lies at 23°26′13.9″ (or 23.43719°) north of the Equator. *Delhi is a city that bridges two different worlds. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi created by the British Raj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. Older than the Himalaya mountains, the mountain chain of the Western Ghats represents geomorphic features of immense importance with unique biophysical and ecological processes. Today it’s known for its grand colonial architecture, art galleries and cultural festivals. It’s also home to Mother House, headquarters of the Missionaries of Charity, founded by Mother Teresa, whose tomb is on site. Video Ghats, Rain shadow region [Credit: Arun Ganesh]two mountain ranges forming the eastern and western edges, respectively, of the Deccan plateau of peninsular India. The two ranges, run roughly parallel to the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea coasts, respectively, from which they are separated by strips of fairly level coastal land. In Hindi ghat means “river landing stairs” or “mountain pass” and has been extended in its Anglicized plural form (formerly ghauts) to include the mountains themselves. The site’s high montane forest ecosystems influence the Indian monsoon weather pattern. Moderating the tropical climate of the region, the site presents one of the best examples of the monsoon system on the planet. It also has an exceptionally high level of biological diversity and endemism and is recognized as one of the world’s eight ‘hottest hotspots’ of biological diversity. *Extending to reach around 150 miles in length, the longest beach in the world is the Praia do Cassino Beach in Brazil. Length aside, this beautiful beach is known for its white sand, welcoming locals, and warm temperatures as well. Although the temperature here remains on the border of hot for most of the year, there are plenty of water activities that beach-goers can enjoy to help them cool off. Of these, surfing happens to be the most popular of them all. *Mandarmani can be best reached by road, however local police currently restricts private cars to drive across the beach. A proper road has been built allowing tourists to reach their hotels from the backside. The nearest railway station is Contai and the nearest airport is Kolkata Its Southern Hemisphere counterpart, marking the most southerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead, is the Tropic of Capricorn. Other *Delhi has been the seat of power for several rulers and many empires for about a millennium. Many a times the city was built, destroyed and then rebuilt here. *The Bay of Bengal is a northern extension of the Indian Ocean, positioned between India and Sri Lanka in the west, Bangladesh to the north, and Myanmar (Burma) and the northern part of the Malay Peninsula to the east. The Indian Ocean’s average depth is 12,990 feet

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