Transcript: Tab #1 School activites Yearbook Swim team Peer Mentors Interact Club Honors Society Interests Writing Photography Designing Traveling Scuba Diving Personal Samples Yearbook spread Tab #3 student as a planner Tab #2 Student as a Learner University bound WSU Honors College 3.86 AP classes SAT leadership Career goals Graphic Designer Marketing Branding Student as an Employee Student as a Person Tether Inc Branding Daniel Petrzelka Gatorade Resume Tab #2 cont... Job Shadow Junior PAWS Presentation Work Samples English essay English poster Spanish test
Transcript: Animal Abuse for Business Gain The Junior Paper by Nora Wadsworth Commonly used among large corporations in order to ensure the safety of products, certain tests on animals could be run in order to determine negative side effects without hurting a consumer. Animal Testing This was the optimal solution to avoid harming the general public, but the downside was the barbaric emotional and physical trauma these animals would face in experiments that went wrong. The health and care of the test subjects eventually almost fell completely to the wayside, and the financial desires surpassed morals. Animal Testing Dates and Searches Time Periods and Numbers for "animal testing" 1960-1969 This time period yielded 42 results Animal testing was being used for certain drugs, such as birth control (1967) and cancer drugs (1962). Neutral connotation. 1970-1979 This time period yielded 128 results Reports are slowly changing their voice; rules around testing made; Britain bans animal testing (1973). 1980-1989 1990-2000 This time period yielded 241 results Animal testing has stopped being used completely with companies such as Mary Kay (1989), Avon (1998), and Revlon (1989). This time period yielded 475 results Propoganda on ending animal testing, and more letters stating the abuse animals face, and work for action; "Animals DIe for the Toys We Buy" (1991). These four sections of dates show the contrast between each decade, and how involved the general public was. In the first decade, the sixties, animal testing was just simply part of the process for production with a neutral opinion surrounding it. The seventies led to tripled results, and boudaries are established around whether animal testing is necessary. By the eighties, popular makeup companies no longer stood behind animal testing, for it hurt their brand. By the nineties, being against animal testing was a cultural norm, and the public was fully educated. "animal testing" AND negative yielded 27 results - why? "animal testing" AND abuse yielded 65 results animal abuse AND "animal testing" yielded 65 results stories AND "animal testing" yielded 100 results Other Search Terms Other Search Terms Circuses, Zoos, and Seaworld Just as animals have been used for a company's financial gain in the world of cosmetics, they have had the same purpose among entertainment industries. These places are typically zoos, circuses, and large amusement parks like Seaworld. These companies profit off the wonder and rarity of exotic exports, and will do anything in order to cut costs surrounding the wellbeing and care of their purchases in order to maximize profit. This mistreatment ultimately takes a toll on the inhabitants, and can result in accidents and injury inflicted on humans and animals in care. Circuses, Zoos, and Seaworld Time Periods and Numbers for "animals in captivity" 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-2000 Just as there was a shift between decades with animals testing, one happens with "animals in captivity" that is almost parallel. In the sixties, documentation of the negative affects that come wtih captivity is little to none, and emphasizes how exotic finds lead to large financial gain. By the seventies, breeding in zoos is normal and celebrated, and instances of mistreatment get lost among the births. The eighties begin a decade of subtle change as there are more instances of mistreatment within captivity. By the ninties, captivity was being openly rejected by the media and some organizations. Time Periods and Numbers for "animals in captivity" This yielded 22 results Most articles were photos of animals and bragging their worth and rarity, such as a rhino (1960); few articles on animal conservation. This yielded 49 results Articles surrounded the topic of animal births in zoos. Some were of instances when animals were mistreated and died (1971). This yielded 76 results The collective voice changes, and there are more instances of people questioning captivity and animal mistreatment, such as poor diet (1980). This yielded 125 results Complete voice shift, for now captivity and hunting is seen as a negative. The media, like "Free Willy", has put industries like Seaworld in danger (1993). Other Search Terms Other Search Terms "animals in captivity" AND negative yielded 14 results circus AND "animals in captivity" yielded 51 results circuses AND hurting AND animals yielded 155 results "animals in captivity AND abuse yielded 11 results Plan for My Paper Plan for My Paper Research Question: How were corporations using animals for their own profit? How did the public react after hearing this? Thesis: Institutions have used inhumane testing and treatment in order to expand their business’ capabilities, as this became more public throughout the eighties and nineties, the opinion shifted due to the general public’s outcry of this cruel reality and began to incite change and advocacy groups. Difficulties I Faced Difficulties I Faced Finding enough case information There were plenty
Transcript: Junior Paws Presentation Kaleb Orestad Student as A Planner Graduate High School Early Recieve My Associates Degree Look For A Job Go to Hawaii Transfer from SVC to WSU Action Steps Do Full Time Running Start Take Cullinary Course During Summer Look For Full Time Work Prioritize My Classes and Grades Job Shadow the Jobs I Am Very Interested In. College Grades American Government : C Spanish I: A Ceramics: C PE: A US American History: B+ High School Grades Int. Math 3 : F AVID : C Latinos In Action : A Creative Writing : C Applied Math : C- Attendence 1st & 2nd Semester Int. Math 3 : 25 AVID : 12- Latinos In Action : 7 Creative Writing : 15 Applied Math : 9 Goal Settings Stengths Planning Knowing What Has To Be Done Prioritizing Motivation + Inititive Weaknesses Procrastinate Deligate Student as A Learner Exemplary Works Self Portrait Poem History Exam History Study Guides Student as a Person Personal Interests Fishing Hunting Running Building Movies Music Animals General Knowledge Cooking Going to Beaches Personal Samples Drawn Picture Friday Movie How Adults\Teachers\Events Influenced My Life Learning from Valuable Mistakes Finding out What Kind of People Fill This World Life is Simple but Hard Some People You Dont Need In Your Life Student as an Employee Work Experience + Influence Construction Taught Me About Hard Work Along With Quality Doing More and Being Above Average Helps More When Looking For A Job Experiance is only recieved through mistakes Learn A Trait Worth Using Job Shadow Relation Find What The Real Version Is Rather Then The Fantasy Find Out What The Acutal Cause of Your Work Is. Find Out What Was Done To Obtain "that" Job Student as a Citizen Volenteerd Time At Creek Side Retiernment Home Involvement Sports BaseBall Grade School Track High School Clubs Key Club MultiCultural Club Calling All Colors Volunteer Experiance + Influence Taught Me About Helping Others Not Everyone Has It Easy It Feels Good To Help Gives Good Karma How Activities & Awards Relate To Future Goals Gives Me A Taste of Acommplishent Shows Me What Skills and Traits I Am Good In Helps Plan Future Goals by Improving Motivation I Find Out What I Like Then What I Have To Do Conclusion "As A Door Shuts A Window Opens" Thank You for Your Time Resume Goals
Transcript: Now this slide is supposed to be about things I've accomplished this year that will help with my future plans or have changed how I see myself, but no such things have happened. So here is a really aesthetic picture of a meal from Weathervane. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-3s2IsNv6c_MmDX9EPEkbO7XbJuCe-He1x8OYJjHKHs/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1scCp8UVMIzpjTcS8yqnGmXYKX9nDgIBVtxxqeMHjuxk/edit?usp=sharing Works I Struggled On Works I'm Proud Of Chemistry: Stoichiometry https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pj5kRMItuDtPzvLA3lvURYvNvqREnnY4I5K6YopNbUQ/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HdFdxuJdV4g_hlDHQKxPmds41GMnSOFBUjyEm9U86fo/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O0LLdMTyEdBbI7kgSF5HOzrIgIr02bRLLGyyRK5YXE4/edit?usp=sharing I'm supposed to include my wellness plan here, which I have put the link to, but refuse to show because my wellness plan is hogwash nonsense that I only wrote to appease Mrs. Forbes. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1imD79kfDFNjqiY-FPtLiDgkSqdUpcpk8swyCtYsBWho/edit?usp=sharing Five Year Plan https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DU5ZkPJVex048uM4zR0N3lSrclHMmWKQhhkJZ7GALzU/edit?usp=sharing Senior Year Outside of School Accomplishments Transcript I don't really expect senior year to be very difficult. They all say that's junior year. I have signed up for some difficult classes, *See Next Year's Classes Sheet*, but those shouldn't get in the way of anything. I'll be a class officer of some sort next year which will look great for college as does me being the VP this year. I have a few AP classes, the college credits will be nice to have. That's about it, I have nothing else to say regarding myself, the focus has already been on me for too long. *See Transcript* Junior Student Led Conference: Predicting and Examining the Future of One Sam Libby After his Graduation in 2020 Wellness Plan I'm supposed to lay out a plan for my next five years, but here's the tricky part, I don't know what the next five years will bring. I know I will finish high school by crushing my senior year. I know I plan to attend a four year university after that to pursue a future in screenwriting and directing, but that's it. I've yet to decide where I want to go to college. I really like Wesleyan, but also would love to go to USC. It all depends on how far I'm willing to go and if things change. I will say that wherever I go, my 1390 SAT score should help get in. They said I didn't have to put that in if I didn't want to, but I mean, who's going to emit a 1390. By Sam Libby Autobiography I'm supposed to talk about my favorite unit of Chemistry. That unit is Stoichiometry. Stoichiometry works with the relationship between products and reactants. You have to balance equations and find limiting reactants among other things. It's pretty easy and is kind of just math which I like. I'm also supposed to say how it relates to my plans for the future, but I plan to work in the movie biz so..... I guess it may be useful if I ever choose to do a movie about a Chemist, but then again, that sounds boring.
Transcript: By: Maggie Mangan Scheduling Project Math Lesson Plan Reading Lesson Plan Lesson and Self Evaluation Created a mock schedule of a special education teacher in late elementary Created a preliminary calendar to mark off specials, lunch and recess Formed groups based on baseline data of each student Informative and realistic project! Professional Meeting 8th Grade student, Hamilton Middle School Learning disability- Written Expression, Basic Reading, Reading Comprehension Testing: Brigance Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills, Scholastic Reading Inventory, Delta Math Universal Screener, personal interview, classroom observation Goals Hamilton Middle School 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students RTI (Response to Intervention) Classes One tier 2 Reading, one tier 2 Math Only two students identified, (EI, LD) Thank you for your attention! Ed 357/358 LD Field Experience Ed 359- Instructional Design Ed 356- Classroom and Behavior Management Theoretical Foundation 6th grade student with LD Two special education teachers, school social worker, general education teacher Parents were invited, but never showed up. No communication from parents Big changes made! Math/ Reading Lessons 10 Hour Block Junior Presentation Ed 352- Assessement, Prescription and Remediation Scheduling Project Become more aware of how and when student's are mastering the topic. Behavior management Exhibit more enthusiasm Proactive Approaches
Transcript: Scheduling Project Case Study What was the purpose? To complete the case study... CA-60 6 different assessments Observations Brigance Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills Running Record Student Interview Motivation Assessment Scale Student work samples Write up What did I learn? Serious & On-Going Behavior Problems Pick a student (Timmy Tommy or Stevie Stan) Review assessments Select one skill and write one short-term instructional objective Develop a skill sequence Pick one skill from the list and write a lesson Paige Morrow Thank You Note How did I feel about this assignment? FBA/BIP Observe and collect data Determine if the behavior is affecting student's learning Pick a behavior to replace the target behavior Token Economy Choose a target behavior Determine what reward will be earned Implement a token system Proactive Approaches Field Placement Description Evaluation data Examples of proactive behavior management How behavioral issues were addressed What I would repeat What I would change Professional Meeting Lesson Self-Evaluations Junior Presentation Why is it important to use proactive approaches? Examples: 1. Redirecting Avoid unwanted behavior Distracting student 2. Encouraging Student Participation Asking questions Keep the students' attention Why was this valuable? Lesson Image by goodtextures: http://fav.me/d2he3r8 What was the purpose? Steps to complete the schedule: Choose upper or lower elementary caseload Detemine annual goals for each student Create groups Develop a weekly schedule Woodside Elementary School About 600 students 80% at or below poverty level 40% ELL Resource Room 16 Students 15 boys, 1 girl 1 AI, 1 CI, 4 EI, 4 OHI, and 6 LD 4th grade benchmark meeting 4th grade teachers, speech and language teacher, teacher core support, school psychologist, and principal Celebrations Concerns Schedule changes 4th grade math - telling time Math Lesson
Transcript: BBSI TRAINING WORK COLLABORATIVELY By: Chinne Marris Soreño MARCH ASAT RESULT Calibration BBSI TRAINING FS CALIBRATION FI CALIBRATION CSA CALIBRATION Was able to fully understand and apply behavioral based structure interview, and learned that it is possible to make better, more objective hiring decisions because the data you are using is based directly on job-related factors and competencies. Achievements Presentation ASAT RESULT TRAININGS ATTENDED ASAT RESULT From February to April WORK COLLABORATIVELY Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. (Henry Ford) Thank you! From February to April FEBRUARY ASAT RESULT
Transcript: Academic Knowledge Responsible and productive citizen Self Knowledge Sophomore Year Honors Block biology Algebra 2/trig orchestra Spanish 1 algebra no trig Help take care of my Grandpa by doing yard work and cleaning his house. Twelve hours of community service required to pass Leadership. Junior Year no more sports, i could only manage the teams. Junior Presentation ADVISORY Hannah Toulme Freshman - Junior 2009 - 2012 Freshman Year volunteering at the Spokane Humane Society Freshman - Junior year 2009-2012 Jr. english seminar US history algebra one pilates child & development Orchestra Pshchology marketing advanced marketing American literiture free period with Yolanda Team Gleason fund raising flash mob cemetery clean up Junior year took algebra one to gain the missing pieces in my math education introduced into marketing changed my career outlook DECA going to state & placing a second surgery no sports Freshman Year Honors English physical science integrated communications health and fit leadership orchestra geometry Sophomore year Freshman Year Conclusion Honors classes were too hard, block was stressful biology was not my thing i failed trig because of my lack of algebra knowledge from district 81 my first surgery put me behind Throughout my three years in high school, i have learned a lot academically, and about myself. i changed my outlook on my future, and my future career. i found my new passion after having to leave behind sports, and am now really into DECA, and am looking forward to my senior year. most improved in volleyball freshman varsity softball team orchestra first chair Junior Year Hannah Toulme
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