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Transcript: Design & Rhetorical Choices Design & Rhetorical Choices Meme \ ˈmēm \ noun - From the Greek word "mīmēma," an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture. Justification for The Power of Literacy Education: Sources: http://knowyourmeme.com http://www.amazinginfographics.com/the-history-of-internet-memes/ https://www.dosomething.org/us/facts/11-facts-about-literacy-america We went with a brighter design that would catch the eye of students. Our vertical timeline is easy to follow with brief text to discuss the memes at hand. We picked memes that were funny, sarcastic, and a little bit of caustic in the spirit of engaging middle schoolers and their unique personality traits. UNC-Greensboro - Parents are sometimes unaware of exactly what literacy is as a teachable concept. - More than that, parents are unaware of the pervasiveness of literacy in all areas of life and what THEY can do to help their child. - As middle grades teachers, our jobs often involve bridging any gaps in adolescent literacy development before they move on to high school. Parent involvement and engagement during this time is hugely important. Separated into three sections: - The detriments of illiteracy - The power of literacy in terms of quality of life. - Suggestions for parental support and involvement. Infographics Presentation: The Power of Literacy Education & Meme Culture Sources for Parent Infographic . http://www.getreadytoread.org/early-learning-childhood-basics/early-literacy/promoting-family-literacy-raising-ready-readers First of all, memes are a cultural phenomenon. Secondly, literacy exists in many different forms. Every student brings in their own bank of literacy to the classroom rather that's their global, cultural, or their own form of teen literacy. Dr. Nancy Myers Why Memes? ENG-321-01 https://proliteracy.org/Resources/Adult-Literacy-Facts Reagan Burcham & Jessica Yakout . Family structure can vary from student to student. For this reason we kept our language and visual non-gender conforming. Students deserve to know that their means of communication and expression are valid. When students feel like their literacy banks and languages are valued, they will be engaged in the content and motivated to learn and share.

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Transcript: 5 facts about Cerebral Palsy Exercise Testing Guidelines Cerebral Palsy Definition a non-progressive lesion of the brain occurring before, at, or soon after birth that interferes with normal brain development. Types of CP Spastic CP- has an increases muscle tone in flexor muscle groups of upper limbs and extensors in lower limbs Athetiod CP- involves involuntary movement at the extremities' Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy- problems controlling the movement of their hands, arms, feet, and legs, making it difficult to sit and walk. Movements are uncontrollable and can be slow or rapid and jerky. Ataxic Cerebral Palsy- problems with balance and coordination. Unsteady when they walk. Have a hard time with quick movements or movements that need a lot of control Mixed Cerebral Palsy- symptoms of more than one type of CP Types of CP Some Effects Include Balance Muscle coordination fine motor skills reflexes involuntary movements delays in motor skills milestones speech development seizes learning ability Effects Classifications CP1- Use electric wheelchairs and are quadriplegic. CP2- Use electric wheelchairs and are quadriplegic. Have better upper body control when compared to CP1. CP3- Use wheelchairs on a daily basis though they may be ambulant with the use of assistive devices. Have issues with head movement and trunk function. CP4- Use wheelchairs on a daily basis though they may be ambulant with the use of assistive devices. Have fewer issues with head movement and trunk function. CP5- Greater functional control of their upper body, and are generally ambulant with the use of an assistive device. Quick movements can upset their balance. CP6- Ambulatory, and able to walk without the use of an assistive device. Their bodies are constantly in motion. CP7- Able to walk, but may appear to have a limp as half their body is effected by cerebral palsy. CP8-Least physically affected by their cerebral palsy, with their disability generally manifested as spasticity in at least one limb. Prevalence 1 in 323 children have Cerebral Palsy More common in males (57%) More common among black children than white children. Prevalence Diagnosed within the first or second year of birth. No correlation with socio-economic status or geography 5 facts Lower level of motor control Limitations are individualized, no two cases the same with severity and muscles effected. Lower levels of physical activity, at greater risk for developing other conditions May need to alter testing to fit the individual Are able to program anaerobic, muscle strengthening, and aerobic exercises No specific contraindications for Cerebral Palsy. Use similar absolute and relative contraindications as you would for general population. Absolute example Unstable angina Relative example Mental or physical impairment leading to inability to exercise adequately Exercise Contraindication An individual with CP should get medical clearance before starting a workout program. Medical clearance Guidelines include trunk, upper body, lower body involvement including functional ROM. Arm and leg ergometry preferred for athetoid CP. Wheelchair ergometry for class 3&4. Treadmill testing for class 5-8, Should involve sub-max steady-state workloads. Athetoid CP should be tested with closed chain movement. Can use cycle ergometry for less severe cases. Should make training based off same principles as general population. If concerns about balance, use leg ergometry, recumbent stationary bike for lower body and hand ergometry for upper. include exercises that increase flexibility Individuals with CP fatigue easily, use multiple short training sessions. Special Considerations Frequency- 3 days per week Intensity- Increase through program progression or increase to the rate of patients performance Time -45-60 min per session. (remember that individuals with CP fatigue faster) Type- flexibility, resistance training, cardiovascular training Exercise Prescription Offset the effects of age a CP Improve strength in weak muscle groups Develop reflexes to improve equilibrium Improve balance limit delay of motor milestones Benefits of Exercise for CP Riebe, D., Ehrman, J. K., Liguori, G., & Magal, M. (2018). ACSMs guidelines for exercise testing and prescription. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer. P. 311-319 Maltais, D. B., Wiart, L., Fowler, E., Verschuren, O., & Damiano, D. L. (2014, August). Health-related physical fitness for children with cerebral palsy. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4227954/ Cerebral palsy. (2019, August 17). Retrieved from https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cerebral-palsy/symptoms-causes/syc-20353999 What is Cerebral Palsy? (2019, April 30). Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/cp/facts.html CPISRA Conference Postponed. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://cpisra.org/ References

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Transcript: Za'abeel Hall; 1-3 Registration points Event Time Table GITEX Technology Week: – Ops Admin Savio Visitor Passes Features & Highlights Features & Highlights Badges requested before the deadline can be collected at our Badging Office, located at the Dubai World Trade Centre Jebel Ali D, commencing on first day of show’s build @ 11am. ALL REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL BADGES, CHANGES TO PRE-ORDERED BADGES OR POST-DEADLINE / ONSITE ORDERS WILL BE CHARGED @ AED 185 PER BADGE. Badges can be also requested in person at our Badging Office, however we advise to use our online facility to avoid delay of entry on site. On arrival, all exhibitors should register at the Badge Collection Point located at the Dubai World Trade Centre Jebel Ali D to collect their badges and Exhibitor Information Pack which will include their pre-ordered exhibitor badges and other useful show information. Badging Office operating hours are 9am – 6pm.  GITEX Pre- Registration  GITEX Onsite Registation  Upgrade Registration  Majlis / VIP / Investors  Majlis / VIP / Investors  GITEX Conference Registration  Future Stars Conference Registration  Speaker Registration GITEX is strictly for trade and business visitors only. Anyone attending GITEX should carry some form of photo-ID (passport, photo-ID driving license, national identity card) or other identification acceptable to the Organiser, which the Organiser may ask to see. Visitors under the age of 18 will not be permitted to attend GITEX. Students over 18 may visit the exhibition on the last day ONLY and must be accompanied by a faculty member. Services Contact Detail Sheikh Rashid Hall Conference Passes 5. First Aid: Emergency Evacuation Plan  Student Registration Sheikh Maktoum Hall OPS Hall Allocation 7. Future Stars: ‘SHELL SCHEME / ALL IN PACKAGE Info ’ DXB Live Rajdev Narayanan t-Rajdev.Narayanan@dwtc.com Tel: +971 4 3086413 Varsha Swaminathan Varsha.Swaminathan@dwtc.com Tel: +971 4 3086313 Mobile: +971 56 4606390 On-site Handling , Shipping and Transportation Reza Ahmed Manager – Fairs & Events Al Naboodah Cargo Centre LLC P O Box 10652, Concourse 2, Office Unit 2, Hall no. 8 Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE. Tel : +971 4 4559099 Ext: 204 Fax : +971 4 5134853 Mob : +971 56 4162524 Email : rezaul.ahmed@alnaboodah.com / www.alnaboodahcargo.com Contractor Badge Cabins Registration points DWTC Services Audio Visual Data & Telecoms Services Utilities Orders & Installation Rigging Stand Catering Stand Cleaning Water & Waste Venue Map Features & Highlights  Near Majlis / VIP / Investors  Upgrade Registration  Visitor Pre Registration Sales Hall Allocation Admission Fees: Health & Safety Floor Managers located at the Exhibition Gate Reception next to Hall 5 Tel: +971 4 308 6541/ 3086199 2. GES Location Contact Details Dubai World Trade Centre P O Box 9292, Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 3086333 E-mail: exhibitors@dwtc.com On Site: Exhibitor Services Shop – Concourse 1 3. Al Naboodah Cargo Centre LLC: Za'abeel 4-6: Vertical Days Conference located in Sheikh Maktoum Hall Tech Talks located in Sheikh Rashid Hall Student Labs located in Sheikh Rashid Hall WiFi Lounge located in Sheikh Rashid Hall XLabs located in Hall 8 GSM Exchange located in Hall 6A VIP Majlis Lounge located in Marketing Suite ConneXions Elite Lounge located in Sheikh Saeed Hall International Visitor Lounge located in Sheikh Saeed Hall Autonomous and Robotics Systems located in Plaza Floor Champion ( SPOC ) GITEX Future Stars: – Ops Admin Arleene 1. Event service: Badges requested before the deadline can be collected at our Badging Office, located at the Dubai World Trade Centre Hall3 -Organization office 3.2, commencing on first day of show’s build @ 11am. ALL REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL BADGES, CHANGES TO PRE-ORDERED BADGES OR POST-DEADLINE / ONSITE ORDERS WILL BE CHARGED @ AED 185 PER BADGE. Badges can be also requested in person at our Badging Office, however we advise to use our online facility to avoid delay of entry on site. On arrival, all exhibitors should register at the Badge Collection Point located at the Dubai World Trade Centre Hall3-Organization office 3.2 to collect their badges and Exhibitor Information Pack which will include their pre-ordered exhibitor badges and other useful show information. Badging Office operating hours are 9am – 6pm. STANDFITTING INFORMATION Taxis: opposite Ibis Hotel. Careem: Shuttle Bus:  Student Reg  Future Stars Pre-Registration  Future Starts Onsite Registration  GITEX Pre-Registration  Majlis / VIP / Investors Future Stars pods  Majlis / VIP / Investors / Media  Pre-Registration  Onsite Registration  Upgrade Registration Desk located on Level 1, above Hall 8. 6. Lost & Found: SPOC Pack Template Official Show Contractor Tel: +971 4 8855448 Fax: +971 4 8859337 Email: gitex@ges.com Entrance to Hall 3 4. Pick-Up Point: Al Wasl: Sheikh Saaed Hall Registration points

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