Transcript: Jayla Askvig Classroom Experience 7 Years in Kindergarten 1 Year in 1st Grade 1 Classroom Presentation Started Simple Overhead Projector Computer Projector Both ways were vital in making whole group instruction more engaging. In the Beginning Smart Board & Activ Boad Smartboards iPads Having the touch allowed me to really get my students attention when in whole group instruction and during small group as a center. Using Smart Notebook and FlipCharts from Promethean to present Single Classroom iPad 1 2 3 Presentation Resources Learning.com GCF Learn Free.org Code.org Cyber.org 2 Technology Classroom Staff Training Quick Time 3 I have used Power point to train teachers on various applications in O365. That with demonstrating the app and having them follow along on their computer . When training teachers I have them working on their computers so they can have a hands on experience which will lead to them having a better understating of it when they leave our session. Staff Presentation I have used Quick Time on my computer to create screen recordings of the task I want accomplished. I am able to perform a task and talk about it while I am doing it. I have used this with staff and substitute teachers. I am able to be in everyone's classroom if we can not meet as a group. iMovie/Screen Capture Created videos for parents to watch to help them carry out various tasks 4 iMovie PowerSchool PowerSchool Help Video
Transcript: Short-Improvement Feb.20, 1926 66 year old Clara Newman found dead in the attic of her rooming-house in San Francisco. had displayed a ‘Rooms to Rent’ sign in her downstairs window Earle Nelson used a different name and came to inquire about one. Her nephew saw him but did not notice anything suspicious. After several hours she was still missing so the boarders searched the house until they found her body. First Victim Taken back to Napa for another 16 months. no further entries were made into his record. Unknown whether he improved. Almost four years after the Mary Summers’ assault he was released. Note read "Discharged as improved." Convinced his wife to take him back but his “nomadic dementia” took over in a matter of weeks so he began to wander Northwest. began to kill. Outcome Institutionalized Capture Overview Tendency to daydream. Passed through many different jobs-kept them until his strange behavior or laziness made it impossible to keep him. 15-Frequently visited prostitutes and alcoholic binges. Conversations with invisible friends and enemies. Known to walk around house on his hands and come home bruised and battered as if in a fight. Pick up chain with his teeth. Diagnosis In Love Psychological State lay down on the bed in the cell so the constable went to telegraph Winnipeg with the news. Nelson had managed to find a wire, pick the double lock on the cell door and escape from the jail without being seen. Constable immediately formed a posse, every able-bodied man was armed and searching for Earle Nelson. He found an old barn and hid there for the night. found an old sweater and a pair of hockey skates -removed the blades and made into shoes. Began heading south & met a man whom he bummed some smokes. psychopathic nature was evident as he interacted with the farmer. Completely at ease standing in front of the him in a moth-eaten sweater and hockey skates for shoes. Background Information Last Victim Last Victim Name: Nelson Earle Leonard Number of Victims: 26+ Date of Murders: Feb.20, 1926- June 9, 1927 Date of Arrest: June 10, 1927 Date of Birth: May 12, 1897 Date of Death: January 13, 1928 Location: Began: Philadelphia Ended: Winnipeg Nicknames: "The Gorilla Killer" "The Dark Strangler First Canadian Victim 14 year old girl and she sold artificial flowers. Her father suffered from appendicitis and her family did whatever they could to make ends meet. Earle Nelson had a room on 133 Smith Street when Lola came to sell flowers. He indicated that he had no money on him and that she would have to come to his room. He led her to his room where he ushered her in first, with her back turned he hit her over the head . Wrapped a cloth around her neck to strangle her, later repeatedly sexually assaulted her. He stuffed her under his bed and then went to sleep. Body was discovered by the woman who owned the boarding house when she went to check on him. Emily Patterson Napa for the second time Not allowed to roam the grounds without restraints. Tried to flee 2 times but never managed to get outside (first 2 weeks) At first, Earle improved slightly thanks to treatment of ant-syphilis drug. His record for the first year cooperative and capable of performing menial tasks and carrying on normal conversation. Made half-hearted attempts to escape, but slowly the staff became more trusting so he was allowed in certain areas without restraint. Leaving the Hospital Victims Childhood Most of his victims were older landladies- he broke this pattern when he murdered Mrs.Harpin's 8 moth old baby and 14 year old Lola Cowen. Approach them on the premise of renting a room. He would study a worn Bible around to keep his victims at ease and catch them off guard. Gained their trust then killed them, almost always by strangulation, and engage in necrophilia with their corpse. Would blind victims with strips of cloth that were tied in a complicated sailors knot Often hide the body often leaving it under the nearest bed. Victims were all close in age to his grandmother. His necrophilia could have arisen out of a desire to hurt his dead grandmother, with his victims playing her part. Physical Traits: young brunette Marital Status:Married Occupation: Boarding house owner Last known activity: Cleaning the House Family Background: Irish 20 February 1926 Clara Newman 60 San Francisco 2 March 1926 Laura E. Beale 60 San Jose 10 June 1926 Lillian St Mary 63 San Francisco 24 June 1926 Anna Russell 58 Santa Barbara 16 August 1926 Mary Nesbit 52 Oakland 19 October 1926 Beatrice Withers 35 Portland 20 October 1926 Virginia Grant 59 Portland 21 October 1926 Mabel Fluke ? Portland 15 November 1926 Blanche Myers 48 Oregon City 18 November 1926 Wilhelmina Edmunds 56 San Francisco 24 November 1926 Florence Monks ? Seattle 23 December 1926 Elizabeth Beard 49 Council Bluffs ? December 1926 Bonnie Pace 23 Kansas City 28 December 1926 Germania Harpin * 28 Kansas City 27 April 1927 Mary McConnell 60 Philadelphia 30 May 1927 Jenny Randolph 35
Transcript: She divided her time between New York and Monroeville Developed a reputation as one of the most reclusive writers in the history of American letters Sources Publication of TKAM Picture Sources Member of the literary honor society Member of the Glee club Mostly focused on her studies and on her writing During this time, she didn’t care about fashion, makeup, or dating New York Times. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/l/harper_lee/ \>. Tales Untangled. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http:talesuntangled.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/ to-kill-a-mocking-bird-what-makes-this-novel-a-classic/>. Tumblr. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http://tumblr.thefjp.org/post/48054203700/pulitzer-prize-announcements>. Rap Genius. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http://rapgenius.com/Big-l-deadly-combination-remix-lyrics#note-1613676>. TV Worth Watching. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013.<http://www.tvworthwatching.com/post/ American-Masters-Creator-Speaks-Volumes-about-Literary-Double-Bill.aspx>. New York Times. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http:topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/l/harper_lee/index.html>. Biography. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http://www.biography.com/people/harper-lee-9377021>. Harper Lee. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2013. <http://www.harperlee.com/>. College To Kill a Mockingbird won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize Won several other literary awards Screenplay based on the book and used the same title for the 1962 film adaptation Personal Background Information TKAM might relate to a childhood like Harper's Family issues Feelings in depth between two characters relating to events Harper went through To Kill a Mocking Bird Family issues TKAM was a hit Harper became very famous from the novel Harper Lee New York Born in Monroeville, Alabama (April 28, 1926) Was the youngest of four children Her father was a lawyer Her mother suffered from mental illness Childhood best friend, Truman Capote, was also a writer to be Always concentrated on her writing more Won many awards Novel was published in 1960 Adapted to screen in 1962 Learned Prediction
Transcript: In 2004, BCE’s revenue was $19.2 Billion and had earnings of $1.52 Billion It was serving around 12.9 million residential and commercial lines in Ontario and Quebec, and 1.5 million in the Atlantic region of Canada. BCE’s current wire line subscribers are 12,905,000 and their current wireless subscribers are 4,925,000. However, there is a decrease of 1.7 % in Fixed-line telephone demand, and an increase of 10.4 % in wireless telephone demand VoIP is a software service. VoIP offers a choice of area codes and multiple numbers from different area codes so that people can connect locally Could be used in 3 ways: PC-PC PC- Phone Phone-Phone VoIP calls: if the consumers were calling long distance, they would only be charged for the local inter connection. VoIP REGULATION Background Information Ron Close, graduate of IVEY business school In 1999 he sold his company and later on became the president of AT&T Canada In 2004 he was approached by a headhunter from Bell about the VoIP opportunity BELL CANADA Problems/Symptoms Parsa Tabeghanoon Taalib Shivraj Yusuf Daglar Quantitative Analysis Canadian TV services and in general the media in Canada is regulated by governmental organization CRTC (Canadian Radio Television and telecommunications commission). CRTC’s intention is to basically form an environment of high level local competition. • Establish a successful division in the company that is dedicated to VoIP services. • Develop a well-established billing system within the VoIP department. • Change the VoIP modem system to the wireless system. • Raise customer awareness of the VoIP system. • Maintain the current market share during the development of the new system. Goals Disadvantages of VoIP If there was a power interruption this would cause the loss of service. If the VoIP router, modem and phone wanted to have backup power, they would be very expensive It was also difficult to provide 911 services The quality of the VoIP service was not good. Bell was a legacy telephone company It was formed in 1880 and was a monopoly in the telecommunication market for a long period three major telecommunication companies; Telus (BC and Alberta), SaskTel (Saskatchewan), Bell Canada (Ontario and Quebec) In 2004, BCE was Canada’s 14th largest company
Transcript: Edward T. Channing Taught well known Daniel Webster Emphasized plain speaking Phillips took this seriously Wrote in the Liberator: secure women's rights to property earnings ballot Fought fiercely and the World Anti-Slavery Convention for women to be admitted Wrote the first Petition for Women Suffrage in Massachusetts Called a New England Women's Right's convention surrounding states could gain suffrage for women core member of the National Woman’s Rights Central Committee scheduled the meetings/conventions wrote resolutions and goals for the committee the movement received 5,000 grant donated to him Wendell as an Activist Born to a lawyer, politician, and philanthropist Went to Boston Latin School Graduated Harvard at age 20 Graduated Harvard Law Started his own law practice in Boston Witnessed an attempted lynching and became an avid Abolitionist Joined American Anti-Slavery Society and spoke frequently at meetings Highly regarded Abolition's Golden Trumpet Refused to wear cotton, or buy cane sugar Helped slaves escape from prison Wendell as an Abolitionist Who Cares Though NO ONE Why Wish for Wendell Abolitionist Women's Rights Activist Native American Advocate His Professor Background Information
Transcript: Physical Characteristics Chaucer's opinion Involved in... -Foods club -Disgusting knee club Personality Good taste for food Lonely Background Information He took an ulcer to the knee... Not much else is told. Most likely to...become world renowned chef Learn new ways of cooking Discover new foods The Cook of "The Canterbury Tales" "There is no love sincerer than the love of food." Why is he on this trip? He feels pity. Little information is given loves food
Transcript: Question 2 Question 1 -Orange is the New Black Netflix original series -Piper Chapman is forced to abandon her comfortable lifestyle in NYC to serve 15 months in prison Taking into consideration that Netflix series viewers are mostly the younger generation, do you think this clip is relatable or has any effect on the audience? What effect did it have on you? Are any of these characters relatable? -Piper (main character) -Pennsatucky (converter) -Leanne (questioner) -Group of girls What category of religion would each character fit into from Christian Smith's chapter? Is Piper stereotyping Christian religion too harshly, or is this a common view shared by many? Background Information Question 3
Transcript: FACTS ABOUT THE SOUP KITCHEN World hunger Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths among children under five (appr. 3.1 million) Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis combined Who are the hungry? Most live in developing countries 842 million hungry people and 98% are in developing countries The Soup Kitchen not only provides meals, but gives free flu shots and bundles of items for Christmas and Easter The Soup Kitchen is open Every Saturday from 10 am to 1:15 pm at FUMC Provides fellowship for people because it provides sit in option STORY TIME!! Hailey Wallace Luke Golden Alyssa Crouch Shantoneeka Zom MORE INFORMATION FACTS ABOUT WORLD HUNGER WHAT WE TOOK AWAY FROM THIS! BACKGROUND INFORMATION It serves about 400 meals Approxiametly 135 meals go to the Summit Apartments Around 180 people are served meals at the First United Methodist Church
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