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Transcript: Day One Monday Transportation- Stretch SUV limo 85$/hour for a minimum of 3 hours For the whole day Day 3- Wednesday Day 5- Friday PowerPoint presentation Hostess with the mostess Still at the Marriott Fallsview for lodging Transportation is literally just walking in the entrainment area Followed by starting the day off at Niagara falls Imax Theater Then going to the Ripley 4D moving theater Lastly spending the night at the Casino Niagara to enjoy some fun gambling Total cost 3,629 Activity- Touring the museums Total cost 5,008$ for the day Lodging is still at the same hotel Transportation will be a taxi which may be about 30$ Visiting the Body Blitz Spa BLITZ ULTRALUXE-5 HRS / $395 package located at 497 King St. East The evening would be dinner at the auberge du pommier which will vary in pricing depending on what you get and its located at 4150 Yonge Street Total cost 4,720 Last night in the view loft suite Transportation for the day is walking which is free and good for you. Activity for the day is morning spending sometime at the midway so you can feel like a kid again. Followed by going to the wax museum just for laughs and lastly spending the night relaxing at the hotel which is free . Total cost 789$ Reference slide Day 6- Saturday Staying in the same room at the hazelton hotel which was 3,500.00/ night We are going to use the TTC which will cost us about 4$ each to go there and back Hitting the Eaton center for some shopping , followed by getting our nails done which will cost about 45$ each , then relaxing at the hotel in the evening total is 3,951 for the day Day 2 -Tuesday Lodging - The Hazelton Hotel Bellair Suite cost 3,500.00 $/night -118 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - To experience the beauty of the city Day 7- Sunday Day 4- Thursday By:Marie Delevante Lodging is at the Marriott Falls view Hotel 549/night for the view which overlooks the horseshoe falls and Canada falls Transportation would be taxi or walking because we are staying within walking distance of the hotel Activity is relaxing in the morning at the hotel, followed by viewing the falls in the day on a helicopter which would cost 114$ per person. Followed by going to Club Mardi Gras Total cost 1,427 -Lodging hazelton hotel 3,500.00/night -Transportation is the SUV stretch limo which is 85/hour which would cost 1020 for the whole day - Morning we would be at the distillery district - Day would be seeing a movie planning at the theaters -Evening we would be hitting the entertainment district and going to the clubs Total cost 4,760 add logo here

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Transcript: Mexico Timeline Katharine Bishop 1840s 1910 1400 2012 1990 2018 1930 1994 1400s Native Groups The Aztecs dominated over northern Mexico who dominated during the Spanish conquest. The Olmecs were Mexico's first known native group. Native groups are important to history (in this case Mexican history) because they hold a unique language, knowledge systems, and beliefs. The Mayans are another native group that have been believed to have been around for more than 7,000 years. 1519 1518 Spanish Conquest of the Aztec Empire Through two years, Hernan Cortes, the leader of the group and a small group of men brought down the Aztec empire in Mexico. This conquest laid the foundation for colonial regiments that would eventually transform the Americas. The Americas were also a part of this in that they were conquered by the spanish empire. 1600s Spain conquers the rest of Mexico and Spanish settlers arrive Cortés destroyed Tenochtitlan, building his own capital over its ruins, and proclaimed the Aztec Empire to be New Spain. This is important to Mexican history because Mexico got more land and it opened up trade and got profits from it. 1810 Mexican War of Independance In the early 19th century, Napoleon's occupation of Spain led to the outbreak of revolts all across Spanish America. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla launched the Mexican rebellion with his “Cry of Dolores,” and his populist army came close to capturing the Mexican capital. This is significant to Mexican history because Mexico conceived a unique identity during this war. 1846 Mexican American War The effect this war had on Mexico and its history is that Mexico accepted the Rio Grande as its boundary. The treaty that was signed also gave the United States Mexico's northern provinces of California and New Mexico. The Mexican-American War was a conflict between the United States and Mexico, fought from April 1846 to February 1848. It started from the annexation of the Republic of Texas by the U.S. 1860s The Second French Intervention This event impacted Mexican history by allowing active political reaction against the liberal policies of social and socio-economic reform by the president. The Second French Intervention in Mexico, also known as the Second Franco-Mexican War, was an invasion of Mexico by the Second French Empire, which lasted from 1862-1867. They aimed to establish a regime in Mexico favorable to French interests. 1910-1920 Mexican Revolution The Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910, ended dictatorship in Mexico and established a constitutional republic. The Mexican Revolution is called "the defining event of modern Mexican history." The Mexican Economic Miricale In the long run, this mircale didn't create a strong foundation for Mexico throughout the years due to many Mexicans not being able to afford the sophisticated products the country would need to manufacture in order to keep growing under the ISI model. This was a great increase of their GDP in the government. The miracle was that when everyone was poor the stocks and everything went up that's why it is called the economic miracle. War Against Drugs Mexico is being effected by this because the cartels and the drug trade fuel rampant violence in Mexico, contributing to the country’s tens of thousands of homicides every year. The Mexican drug war, starting in 2006, is the Mexican theater of the global war on drugs, as led by the U.S. federal government, that has resulted in an ongoing asymmetric low-intensity conflict between the Mexican government and various drug trafficking syndicates. North American Free Trade Agreement This boosted Mexican farm exports to the United States, which have tripled since the pact's implementation. Hundreds of thousands of auto manufacturing jobs have also been created in the country, and most studies have found that the agreement increased productivity and lowered consumer prices in Mexico. An agreement signed by the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, creating a trade block in North America. The agreement came into force on January 1, 1994. Economic Collapse and Rise of External Debt In 2022, the economy should grow 3.3%. Last year it grew 5.9%. The economy is growing. In 2012, the economy crashed and everyone, even the wealthy, lost their money. Mexico Elections The lastest presidential election was in 2018 and was won by Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Presidents get elected to Mexico every 6 years, while legislatures get elected every 3 years. Current legislatures: Yvette Herrell, Teresa Leger Fernandez, Melanie Stansbury

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Transcript: By: Tijah Presley, Janecia Gates Natural and Synthetic Resources An ore is an occurrence of rock or sediment that contains sufficient minerals with economically important elements, typically metals, that can be economically extracted from the deposit. Metal Ore Metal Ore Ore is a deposit in the Earths crust of one or more valuable minerals. The most valuable ore deposits contain metals crucial to industry and trade, like copper, gold, and iron. uses Copper Nickel Lead Zinc Tin Aluminium Gold, silver, platinum and other precious metals Uranium and thorium More Facts Non-ferrous metal ores, containing: Titanium is a chemical element with symbol Ti and atomic number 22. It is a lustrous transition metal with silver color, low density, and high strength Titanium Titanium Titanium is as strong as steel but much less dense, it is therefore important as an alloying agent with many metals including aluminum, molybdenum and iron. These alloys are mainly used in aircraft, spacecraft and missiles because, of their low density and ability to withstand extremes of temperature. Uses Symbol:Ti Melting point: 3,034°F (1,668°C) Atomic number: 22 Atomic mass: 47.867 u ± 0.001 u Density: 4.506 g/cm³ Did you know: Titanium was first discovered in 1791 in Menachan Valley, Cornwall, England, by clergyman and amateur chemist William Gregor. More Facts Materials that are made by humans Synthetic Materials Synthetic Material Sugar is a chemical, but chocolate is a mixture of chemicals, one of which is sugar. Materials can be obtained or made from living things. Examples include cotton, paper, silk and wool. Examples For Example: Pictures Examples Resources

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Transcript: The rhythm of the song will teach children how words rhyme together. the child will be able to pick up bigger words that help build the vocabulary, as well larn how communication is important in games like these. this game helps toddlers develop motor skills which is intentional movements in the muscles. they will be using smaller muscles in the arms and back while pulling their partner back and forth like a boat. slide 19 slide 6 Row, Row, Row Your Boat Playing music for infants comes with many benefits such as; they will communicate better, smile more, and show more sophisticated brain responses to music. When playing in groups children will learn Kindness, resolve conflicts, build friendships, respect others, communicate thoughts and feelings, understand how input is essential to the successful outcome of the group, develop more positive feelings about others take on responsibilities for the benefit of the entire team, To learn and study others emotions and how they respond in different situations. slide 11 slide 23 Ages from the time they start to walk 1yr to 3yrs old. At this stage of growth toddlers brain develop rapidly. They start to understand what they are being told as well as become able to talk and tell what they feel or want. slide 8 Primary age children are ages of 5 through to 11. this age is a time of change, choices and decisions. When infants listen to a single melody repeatedly its enhances their ability to recognize the melody and rhythm. by playing classical music you provide your infant sensory stimulation that enhances his central nervous system development, Primary Age/ School age children Presentation PowerPoint By Yvonne Luera & Carmen Perez socially they will be able to come together and communicate, the children will build social skills, and pick up on how important talk slide 4 slide 12 Cognition development slide 5 Infants will pick up small words such oo or ah. they will try to sing along. Infants can understand musical patterns prior to understanding words. music allows infant to practice "listening ahead" and anticipating what will come next based on her prior experience. This skill is vital for making sense of the complex stream of sounds in speech. Hide items in your yard such as old bottles, leaves, or toys. children can be separated into groups. each group will be a given a list of item to look for. the first group to find all or most the items wins a prize. Group Play slide 24 slide 10 Speech-Language An infants is from ages zero to one. Infancy is the early stages in development and growth. Inability to walk, unable to speak, and express their emotions. Speech-Language Physical Development kids will do a lot of physical movement in which will build the motor skills they deal with muscle( and different motor skills.) Children language becomes more enhanced at this age so the importance of building their vocabulary could be emphasized. Preschooler will pick up different vocabulary from other children. also, the group play will hep children communicate better with others. The children will learn to build teamwork skills. they will develop strategy skills. they will also have to use their memory to remember the items, thinking to come together to determine where the items may be. Toddler/Early Childhood slide 22 slide 14 slide 13 slide 21 Cognition A preschooler is ages 3 yrs old to 5yrs old. This period usually starts from the time the child starts preschool. Preschoolers will become more independent and begin to focus more on adults and children outside of the family. They will want to explore and ask about the things around them even more. Their interactions with family and those around them will help to shape their personality and their own ways of thinking and moving. Read more: listening to music will get the infants excited, making them want to pick their head up to hear, move their hands, and dance around. Children gain knowledge through their play. They exercise their abilities to think, remember, and solve problems. Group-play activities provide learning experiences that teaches children how to work in a productive way developes their ability share and take turns which builds and maintain healthy relationships, even in adulthood. foster healthy competition with others. Build confidence; shy children won't gain confidence if always alone, without friends The more a child is around others, the more the brain is being stimulated to constantly explore others and everything around Social-Emotional Speech-Language Social- Emotional development Group Play aids in developing both fine and gross motor skills, Children are supposed to be active. They will swing, cut, saw, pound, roll, spin, and run. During group play children will use many different muscles in their bodies and repeated movement of large and small muscle groups that builds and refines how well these parts of the body work.. slide 15 This game will

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Transcript: Breast Cancer Awareness 1 in 8 women are affected by breast cancer 1 in 8 women are affected by breast cancer My mom My mom My Grandmother My Grandmother Symptoms of breast cancer Symptoms of breast cancer Lump in breast Lump in breast Change in breast size/shape Change in breast size/shape Nipple discharge Nipple discharge Detection Detection Breast self-exams Mammography Further testing as diagnostical... Breast self-exams Mammography Further testing as diagnostically necessary Mammography Mammography Further diagnostic testing as clinically indicated Further diagnostic testing as clinically indicated Treatment Options Treatment Options Lumpectomy Lumpectomy Mastectomy Mastectomy Radiation therapy Radiation therapy Chemotherapy Chemotherapy Hormone therapy Hormone therapy Targeted therapy Targeted therapy Genetic Counseling Genetic Counseling Genetic Testing Genetic Testing Myriad & Color Genomics Myriad & Color Genomics Risk Factors Risk Factors BRCA genes 1 or 2 BRCA genes 1 or 2 Age Age Other personal factors Other personal factors What can you do? What can you do? Don't smoke Limit alcohol Don't smoke Limit alcohol Exercise/ Control your weight Exercise/ Control your weight Breastfeed Limit dose/duration of HRT Breastfeed Limit dose/duration of HRT My story My story 1. Breast Cancer | Breast Cancer Symptoms | MedlinePlus. (n.d.). Retrieved June 02, 2017, from 2. Genetic Counseling for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer. (2014, June 17). Retrieved June 08, 2017, from Works cited Works cited

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