Transcript: Pride Presentation Training I am an athlete New Products New Products Product 1 What's done What needs work Product 2 What's done What needs work Product 3 What's done What needs work Training for new products Training for new products 2 0 1 7 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Top Performers Top Performers Coming up in 2017 Marketing Power Marketing Power Numbers Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Product Product Release 1 Release 2 Release 3 Updated Sales Goals Updated Sales Goals Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Mission Retrospective Mission Retrospective What didn't work _ _ _ What we did well + + + _ + Double click to edit Customers On Board Customers Wins Use cases Value proposition Business impact Customers On Board Changes in the market Changes in the market Competitive Update Competitive Update
Transcript: Elementary Education The Inspiration Teaching Opportunities VBS Sunday School Dance Camps Babysitting Why are teachers important? Individualized In-School Tutoring Visual: Learn best when visualizing the content of literature. Writing down names and terms helps them memorization. Understand concepts better when the teachers uses visual aids. They also struggle to focus when surrounded by motion and confusion. Often times visual learners cannot maintain long conversation. When reading, if they do not recognize a word they will look at it or write it out to try and determine if it is correct. Examples: "Picture Walks", whiteboards, writing exercises Auditory: Place greater attention on what they hear rather than what they see. To aid memorization, they will repeat material aloud. When having difficulty solving a problem, auditory learners will talk through it with others and themselves. However, they become anxious to input their own opinion when others are talking. They explain stories in great detail. In a noisy and chaotic environment auditory learners will have trouble concentrating. Examples: Phonics phone, reading aloud Kinesthetic Gain knowledge best through interactive assignments. Struggle to pay attention if they remain motionless for too long. When reading kinesthetic learners will squirm and fidget to try and understand the characters motions. They prefer hands on learning and best understand when they can try and do it themselves. By rearranging and re-positioning their bodies, kinesthetic learners find it easier to solve problems. They try to feel the flow of their writing by applying increased pressure to their writing utensil. Examples: Crafts, Dances and Movements. The Process I worked with 4 different students one-on-one for my project. In the classroom: I shadowed Mrs. Huffstetler and helped teach the class Spent 25+ hours The Product DIBELS Testing Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills Progress Monitoring Tests Nonsense Word Fluency Oral Reading Fluency Scores 1st and 2nd Semester Graph Results Final Reflections Bibliography Alessio, Faith. "About using Music to Teach English." ConnectEd. Walden University, 21 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://connected.waldenu.edu/curriculum-resources/teaching-methods/item/831-about-using-music-to-teach-english>. Beatrice, Jonelle A. "Learning Styles Inventory." Union University, 21 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.uu.edu/programs/tesl/ElementarySchool/learningstylesinventory.htm>. Cook, Cathy. "Critical Issue: Providing Hands-On, Minds-On and Authentic Learning Experiences in Mathematics." North Central Regional Educational Laboratory. North Central Educational Laboratory, 1995. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/math/ma300.htm >. "Education Needed to Become and Elementary Teacher." ConnectEd. Walden University, 02-21-2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://connected.waldenu.edu/career-development/becoming-a-teacher/item/837-education-needed-to-become-elementary-teacher>. Kalsi, Anoop. "Math Education of Elementary Teachers: A Challenging Issue." University of Maryland, n.d. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www-users.math.umd.edu/~dac/650/kalsipaper.html>. Kendall, Diana. Socialogy in Our Times. 7th. 1. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2008. 539. eBook. Kirk, Karin. "Student Motivations and Attitudes: The Role of the Affective Domain in Geoscience Learning." SERC. On the Cutting Edge-Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty, 16 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/affective/motivation.html>. Lewit, Eugene, and Linda Baker. "Child Indicators: Class Size." Preinceton.edu. The Future of Children, 1997. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.princeton.edu/futureofchildren/publications/docs/07_03_Indicators.pdf>. Perie, Marianne, and David P. Baker. Time Spent Teaching Core Acedemic Subjects in Elementary Schools. Washington, DC: Nationl Center for Education Statistics, 1997. 1. eBook. Sims, Ronald R. The Importance of Learning Styles: Understanding the Implications for Learning, Course Design and Education. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995. 2. eBook. United States. Occupational Employment and Wages. , 2009. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes252041.htm>. United States. Occupational Outlook Handbook: Counselors. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos067.htm>. United States. Occupational Outlook Handbook: Education Administrators. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos007.htm#training>. United States. Occupation Outlook Handbook: Teacher-Special Education. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos070.htm#training>. United States. Public Elementary and Secondary School Student Enrollment and Staff Count From the Common Core of Data: School Year 2008-09. Nationl Center for Education Statistics, 2010. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/snf200708/tables/table_04.asp>. Wolfe, Michael. "Effective Teaching
Transcript: The DOLAN family heritage my coat of arms mo theaghlach a bhi sna blianta fada o shin mileata Dolan surname first found in leinster, where they believe they descended from the king of leinster and became one of the seven septs of leix The middle ages saw a lot of spelling variations they are Dolan, Doland, Dooley, Dowling and much more The Great Migration I rith na 19ú haois, tháinig mo mhuintir go Meiriceá chun obair a fháie My dad My dad almost became a very succesful racing driver. he drove formula fords and got up to formula 3 but he couldnt get a good sponsoreship to go any further so he had to quit. The Irish name Dolan is derived from the native Gaelic O'Dobhailen Sept who were located in Counties Roscommon and Galway. The name is now quite widespread, especially in the Province of Connaught with variants including O'Doelan and even Devlin. The TAYLOR family heritage coat of arms Taylor surname The name of the father and mother respectively are most common from scotland. many people such as the Taylor family adopted the name of their occupation as their surname. The surname Taylor was an occupational name for a tailor, which my granny was. First found in Kent, Engaland, where they were rewarded for helping in the battle of hastings in 1066 The name Taylor in Ireland was introduced into the country by setlers from England and Scotland as early as the fourteenth century. The majority of descendants bearing this name can still be found in the initial settlement area of the Province of Ulster. Tom Hughes Thomas was my great uncle he was executed by the Free State Forces, January, 20th, 1923 My Coat Of Arms The Dolan coat of arms came into existence centuries ago. The process of creating coats of arms (also often called family crests) began in the eight and ninth centuries. The new art of Heraldry made it possible for families and even individual family members to have their very own coat of arms. Blue means truth and loyalty White means peace and sincerity Taylor coat of arms The Taylor coat of arms came into existence centuries ago. The process of creating coats of arms (also often called family crests) began in the eight and ninth centuries. The new art of Heraldry made it possible for families and even individual family members to have their very own coat of arms. Red means military, strength and a warrior
Transcript: Crowe Teaghlaigh suaitheantas Tá trí teaghlaigh ag maireachtaint i Texas, Meireica Thainig m'ainm o dhuine a d'fheach se cosuil le ean Thainig an ainm o Sasana. slan. An t-ainm a tháinig ó dhuine a d'fhéach sé cosúil le beanna Stom
Transcript: Life as an Irish in Ireland around 1913-1922 Background and Irish history- Different attempts to “ruin” Ireland - King Henry VIII -Surrender and regrant Plantations in Ireland - Mary II - The Munster Plantation - James 1- King of England and Scotland The Penal Laws The Penal Laws How did it affected the Irish people and identity. The penal laws were a serie of laws to in some way provent Irish from being Irish. It was a shot at ruining Irish identity. England(protestants) invaded Ireland so it wouldn’t be invaded by catholic countries like france and spain. English soldiers were sent to Ireland, and the catholic churches was made protestant - A serie of laws to provent Irish from being Irish - Strict laws against Catholics The Penal Laws Penal Laws - Lllegal to send catholics to school- forced to go to an protestant- had to learn the English language. - No use of the Irish language, no irish songs etc. - No wearing of the green and use of irish symbolics. Catholics could not vote Catholics were excluded from all professions and public offices Catholics were not allowed a university education Catholics could not teach children Catholics could not be the guardian of a child Catholic men could not marry Protestant women. Catholic women could marry Protestant men because children were brought up in the faith of their father: any children from this sort of mixed marriage would be brought up as Protestants Catholics could not buy land Examples Examples - The Laws- attempts to ruin irish identity - Many emigrated from Ireland - Hard to live a normal life - Low class, because of their belief. Results Results The Easter Risning The irish were very mad at Britain's lack of wanting to complete the home rule and the fact that the irish had to be involved in the war, lead to rebellion. April 24 1916: IRB ceased places around Dublin and demanded a free state, but some of the british army came to Ireland and ended the rebellion. The british killed the leaders of the rebellion, and arrested a lot of Irish people and sent them to prison without trial, and a lot of them weren’t even a part of it. - Home Rule - World War I - IRB, the irish volunteers and the irish citizen army - Civilians didn't want it - April 24 1916 in Dublin - Excecuted and arrested The Easter Rising - Eamon DeValera - Hunger strikes and boycotts - Violence - Killing civilians The Irish War of Independence After the leaders of the rebellion was executed, the irish citizens turned against the british. Therefore groups were made against britain; James connolly - Irish Citizen Army, Irish Republican Army. Eamon De Valera and the new irish party declared Ireland a republic and the war begun. The first years of the war was mostly hunger strikes and boycotts. The irish war of independence Civil war During the Civil War Ireland's was splitted in two; some people were pro-treaty and others were anti-treaty Families and friends were not always on the same side. They fought against each other. Eamon DeValera vs. Michael Collins Splitted in Two Family and Friends 1923 Short but Extreme Civil War 1922-1923 Sinéad O'Connor & The Chieftains - The Foggy Dew https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaS3vaNUYgs - Plot - Setting - Characterization - Music and lyrics Song Analysis
Transcript: By: Wade, Jarom, and Colin Irish Settlement in America 1 The Irish immigrated from Ireland to America in the 1800's because of a great famine. They settled in New York and Boston and moved west with the railroads and in search for gold. 2 The Irish were involved in the gold rush. They also played a large role in expanding America's cities through construction. 3 The Irish were looked down upon by nearly everyone. 4 The first thing the Irish brought to America were new ways to prepare foods <img 5 The second thing the Irish brought was new inventions 6 They brought their religion along with the traditions that came along with it Costly, Andrew. “BRIA 26 2 The Potato Famine and Irish Immigration to America.” Constitutional Rights Foundation, www.crf-usa.org/bill-of-rights-in-action/bria-26-2-the-potato-famine-and-irish-immigration-to-america.html. “An Overview of Irish Immigration to America from 1846 to the 1900s.” An Overview of Irish Immigration to America from 1846 to the 1900s, www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/Irish-immigration-to-America.html. Lind, Dara. “Why Historians Are Fighting about ‘No Irish Need Apply’ Signs - and Why It Matters.” Vox, Vox, 4 Aug. 2015, www.vox.com/2015/3/17/8227175/st-patricks-irish-immigrant-history. Bibliography 7
Transcript: Celtic Customs November 1 Martín Crisóstomo Jose-Pablo Mantilla Jose Miguel González Maximiliano Peña Friendly Drink alot Irish Culture Samhain Irish Stew Summer Festival Colcannon Stereotypes Alcohol Sports Irish Qualities and Abilities Potato Myths and Legends Sesonal Festivals Seals in the sea and humans on land. Same day as Saint Brigit Food Ireland! Cabbage Imbolc Beltane A Samlon that obtained all the knowledge in the world by eating seven hazelnuts Saint Patrick High quality Salmon of Knowledge Christian holiday. March 17. Lent restrictions are lifted. Celebrated by wearing green and drinking alcohol. Catholic missionary from Britain. Patron saint of Ireland that removed the snakes from the island August 1 Irish fairies. Loves prankster and keep treasure Beginning of the harvest season May 1 Spring gaelic festival Lughnasadh Leprechauns and Clurichauns Selkies Known world wide Festivals and Traditions Freckles Red hair Marks the end of the harvest season Saint Patrick's Day Pre-christian traditions are still important Talkative Shamrock Clover associated with Saint Patrick Feburary 1
Transcript: Dory kept swimming! Persistence Definition: The quality of being to be counted on or relied upon. Example:Dependability is a valuable quality in the workplace, whether it comes from your employees or vendors. Non-example Example Keep trying no matter the obstacles that come your way! Inititave Pride Presentation By: Niyah W, Joselin D,Haylee S, Osman M We can in PRIDE by always being willing to help each other! Dependability Define: Take charge before others Example: Investing time and being on task Non-example: Staring off into space and not doing work Respectfulness Jim ran in the olympics for the first year. He realized that he was running behind everyone. During the next race he dropped out. Define:Admiration for someone for their abilites. Example: TO be respectful is to listen when your peers or teachers are talking. Non-example: Talking to your friends while the teacher is talking. Efficiency Definition: preventing the wasteful use of a particular resource. Example:Stay focused and do my work
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