Transcript: Design Presentaion By Ryan Robinson 8-30-11 B-5 So what is design? Design: A drawn out plan that shows how something looks and works before it is made. Design Examples Functionl Design and Aesthetic Design Functional Design: 'A design method in which the system is seen from the functional vewpoint.' www.encyclopedia.com Examples: Design sketches 3D mockups Blueprints Aesthetic design: A design that people like or dislike. Examples: cars Art How do they work together? Functional design makes it work and aesthetic design makes people want to buy the product. The difference between the two. Aesthetic design only is supposed to look pleasing to the eye. Functional design is what makes the product work, regardless of how it looks. Famous designers Dean Kamen: designed and invented the segway Johnathan Ive: designed the first ipod and imac Oliver and Wilbur wright: designed and built the first powered airplane. Resorces: www.encyclopedia.com www.theregister.co.uk inventors.about.com www.cleanimagesearch.com
Transcript: Fear v. Love John decides that he doesn't want to let his injuries define who he is ad later on he finds a sense of a deeper purpose to him getting his scars. By: Adrian Lara Entitlement v. Owning It Success v. Significance John in the book understands that success isn't every thing and that its more important that his actions have a deeper meaning to himself and for others. In the book John has a lot of support from his family that lets him see the past the fear of going back into the real world . Indifference v.Purpose Through out the book john is faced with the dilemma of either letting the injury get to him or to overcome it. Victim v. Victor Stagnation v. Growth Through out the book John talks about how things aren't going to be given to you because something happened to you. You need to continue life and own up to what happened and live with it. On Fire: Seven Ways to Live a Radically Inspired Life Denial v. Self Acceptance In the book John has a hard time trying to accept himself because he think s that because of the burns nobody will ever care about him but he has those people that do care about him in his family and later on his children. In the book John because of his burns was left in very difficult position and he could have had a very negative reaction to everything which would have crippled his ability to not get past it and grow.
Transcript: Then my dad said you have to watch the fire and let it go but at some point you have to stop it. it is really,really hard to stop the fire because it is really powerful. Then now the cycle finally you can see all of what you did and it really helped. when i looked at it, it was like the world was going to end and that we did not help the environment to me. but then my dad told me how it help the environment again. but at some point all of the beautiful grass was growing back again and the beautiful flowers were amazing. bye people Hello my name is Sasha, my dad is a worker for Prairie On Fire. He is going to tell me how prairie works and how important it is. He is also going to tell me the cycle of the prairie fire. next fire bye people i will see you later. on hot fire by Alexis Arnett my dad said that first you need to do is go to the area that has a lot of brown dirty grass. the land was with brown grass. i asked my dad that if you have to fire that up or the green grass and why ? he said that is a good question, we are going to fire the dirty (brown grass) grass up so the sun can get the soil more heather so beautiful grass will grow, which the land will be better for the environment and for the animals. first look finally/now fire Next you have to put the prairie fire on the dirty nasty grass. My dad said that is his job.
Transcript: Cahalan, Susannah. Brain on Fire. New York: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2012. Print. Postictal Psychosis, or PIP "Comprehensive Epilepsy Center." Comprehensive Epilepsy Center. 2015 NYU Hospitals Center, n.d. Web. 28 Feb. 2015. "The Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis Foundation | WHAT IS ANTI- NMDA RECEPTOR ENCEPHALITIS?" The Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis Foundation, Inc. Web. 26 Feb. 2015. by Anna Hosfeld, Kyra Krall, & Sarah Leinheiser Devinsky, Orrin. "Postictal Psychosis: Common, Dangerous, and Treatable." Epilepsy Currents. Blackwell Science Inc, 1 Mar. 2008. Web. 26 Feb. 2015. A psychotic behavior following a cluster of seizures. Specifically, it is a mental disorder that is characterized by thought disorders, hallucinations, and delusions. Waters, Flavie. "Auditory Hallucinations in Psychiatric Illness." Auditory Hallucinations in Psychiatric Illness. Psychiatric Times, 10 Mar. 2010. Web. 26 Feb. 2015. Chakrabarti, Singh R. "Postictal Mania following Primary Generalized Seizures." Neurology India. Wolters Kluwer, 1 Jan. 1999. Web. 26 Feb. 2015. Brain on Fire WORKS CITED Musaib-Ali, Lisette. "A Case of Postictal Psychosis." McGill Journal of Medicine : MJM. McGill University, 1 Jan. 2008. Web. 26 Feb. 2015.
Transcript: ON FIRE – CHAPTERS 7-9 Chapter 7 How do we best serve this broken world? We need to create integrated solutions, ones that radically bring down emissions while tackling structural inequality and making life tangibly better for the majority. Much rests on the choices we all make in the next few years. This means that we need to stop making the same old mistakes. For people in the climate justice movement, being afraid of failure is rational. Stop Trying to Save the World all by Yourself "We don't have to demand perfection from each other. But we do have the right to expect progress. To demand evolution. So, let's make some new mistakes. Let's make new mistakes as we break through our silos and build the kind of beautifully diverse and justice-hungry movement that actually has a chance of winning – winning against the powerful interests that want us to keep failing" (Klein 70). How does this relate to our book? One of the questions surrounding climate change is: What can I do to stop climate change? According to Naomi Klein, the answer is nothing. We can't only implement change in our own lifestyle, neighbourhood, or town, we need to implement structural changes, such as laws and regulations that support phasing out fossil fuels. "We can only meet this tremendous challenge together, as part of a massive and organized global movement" (Klein 71). In our chapter, we are focusing on using governments to change public policy by offering better transportation, housing, food and education, as well as ensuring a Just Transition to good jobs. In order to fight climate change, we need everyone to participate by trying to change their own habits and questioning the consumption of governments and transnational corporations so that we can ensure that everyone is being held accountable. Chapter 8 A Radical Vatican? In June 2015, Pope Francis held a Vatican Press Conference on his recently published climate change encyclical, "Laudato si." The encyclical was a call for ecological conversion. The concept of "ecological conversion" is the idea of creating a global community that both cares for one another and the planet. Pope Francis said that indigenous communities “should be the principal dialogue partners” in the work of healing and caring for the earth. Chapter 9 Let Them Drown How the world ignore 3rd world countries and let them die Indigenous people are being ignored and their resources are being exploited & abused Being alienated and written as the 'other And why don't people just leave? The Climate Refugees How does this relate to our book? In our chapter we speak on how climate change has affected the most vulnerable (Indigenous Peoples of Canada) 'After all if you are a 'hillbilly', who cares about your hills? The Solution The Biggest Takeaway What can we emphasize in our book? Inclusion and solidarity within the fight Who will it effect the most? The idea of the 'other' in the climate change fight Radical ideas will not harm us - how to communicate it Let's Fix It! LET'S FIX IT! Let's come together and show the world what kind of people we are, what are our goals and warn them of the future, OUR FUTURE!
Transcript: - Won a Primetime Emmy for animation in 2007, nominated for 7 others, and winner of an Annie, also in 2007. - "One of the most involving TV series the animation world has seen in a long time." - Animation Insider - "The creators of this fresh and unique series, with fantastic storytelling, fascinating characters, and some pretty incredible story arcs, have struck cartoon gold." - ING. - "Definitive proof that animation is a genre capable of capturing both kids, and their parents." - Empire - Tone: Balance of dramatic and intense, with comedic and light. - Conflict: Internal/mental - External/physical - Relationships between characters: Uncle Iroh - experienced and wise. Zuko - young and hotheaded. - Series creators: Mike Di Martino and Bryan Konietzko - Approached by Nickelodeon executive in early 2000's; Eric Coleman - "legends, law, deep mythology...kid POV." - "We were meant to talk for seven minutes. We talked for over two hours. We broke every law of pitching." - Brian K - Series ran from 2005 to 2008, pilot aired 21st Feb on Nickelodeon - 62 episodes (23 minutes), 3 seasons - PG: Action, adventure. 5pm or later. - Intended audience - 8 to 14 Characters - What they Symbolise Series Specs Aang - Practice, persistence and a positive attitude can overcome any adversity. Katara - Hope and love can always be found, and should never be relinquished. Sokka - Intelligence is just as impressive as physical ability, every war needs its strategist. Toph - With the right mindset, a disability can be turned into an ability. Zuko - Understanding and accepting yourself and others is vital to achieve ones purpose and destiny in life. Iroh - Compassion leads to empathy which leads to an understanding and acceptance of others. Azula/Firelord - The pursuit of ultimate power is a selfish one, and can warp the mind, destroy the soul, and leave you completely isolated. Further.... The Show Ice people, fire people. Public and Critical Acclaim The scene - IT MADE ME CRY. Avatar: The Last Airbender FURTHER... Theme - A world divided by physical borders and diverse cultures will always result in conflict. Premise - A young boy from a peaceful past awakens from a hundred years frozen in ice to find a new war-torn world, and only he has the power to bring peace. Surface conflict - Aang, with the help of his friends, must fullfill his duty as the Avatar, by mastering all four elements and bringing balance to the world. Central conflict - The key to peace and prosperity is found through a union and acceptance of diverse ideas, action and people. - Just as importantly, it's pivotal to the show, as it provides the series overall message, and a metaphor for Zuko... - "It is important to draw wisdom from many places. If you take it from only one place, it becomes rigid and stale. Understanding others, the other elements, and the other nations, will help you become whole." - Uncle Iroh
Transcript: Fireworks Step 7: Step 2: 1) Wet on wet 2) Cut paper 3)Color Resist 4) Colored Pencil 5) Paints 6) Crayon Color and shape theory Using our art to guide our writing Can you convert words into art? Softness Depth/Variations Complementary Warm Cool Can you use art to influence another person's writing? Hot Air Balloons Essential Question: Step 4: Primary Secondary Mixing Strategies Compare! Next week, students will get their original pieces back and compare the new artist/writer's interpretation to their own. We will look at how color and other art components influenced the new pieces. Beak Coloration How can you use art to guide your writing? Create! Step 3: Step 6: How do illustrations affect a story? Write! Step 1: Shuffle! I shuffled artwork and written pieces amongst the four students. They then wrote new stories to go with the artwork and created new illustrations to accompany the stories. What do you see? What is it/are they doing? What happens next? What do the colors tell you? Eye Coloration Step 5: Art and Its Power in Creative Writing Explore mediums
Transcript: On Fire by Nancy Holder the book takes place in a small town in California called Beacon Hills in 2011. Setting setting there are 3 main characters in this novel Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinksi, Allison Argent. the main characters main characters Scott McCall is a 16 year old teenage boy who has a to hid his sceret that he is a werewolf Allison Argent is a 17 year old teenage girl who family are secretly werewolf hunters. Stiles Stilinksi is a 16 year old teenage boy who has ADHD and is trying to help Scott control his werewolf side. about the main characters about the characters Picture Picture the plot of the book is that Scott McCall gets bit by a alpha and turns in to a werewolf and he need to control it before the alpha get him to kill someone or get killed by the werewolves hunters. Plot plot conflict conflict there two conflicts in the book person vs person and person vs nature . for person vs nature there a fire in the woods and scott is traped and needs to find a way out before he dies .person vs person the alpha is trying to get scott to kill and be apart of his pack Theme Theme there are three mager theme in this book is that love determenation hatred my overall opinion of the book my opinion my overall opinion of this book it was okay because there wasn't a lot of detail in the book and it didn't explain a lot of stuff in the book but the show was way better i would recommend this book to like supernatural creatures mystery and a bit of romance https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/12989106-on-fire https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teen_Wolf_(2011_TV_series) links links
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