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Transcript: Presented by Jane and Annie for Comparitive Anatomy Compartive Anatomy Function of skin Function of skin Skin is an important and vital organ. It does many things for us such as: Acts as a barrier Protection from heat, pressure, and bacteria Regulates body temperature with sweat and hair Resevoir for synthesis of Vitamin D Filled with thousands of nerve cells Stores water and fat Made of cells containing keratin Barrier of skin Epidermis Epidermis Held together by collegen Contains blood vessles, lymph vessles, hair folicles, sweat glands, collagen bundels, fibroblasts, and nerves Dermis Dermis Contains fat cells and collegen Conserves body heat Protects the body from injury by acting as a "shock absorber" Hypodermis Hypodermis Classification of burns Classification of burns First Degree Burns First Degree Burns 1st degree burns are the least severe burns It hurts the function of the skin by making it sore and red and painful to touch and more sensitive to heat. Can also cause the skin to dry and peel. Overall health is not too greatly effected, but many sunburns over the course of your life can increase your risk for skin cancer Classification Classification First Degree Burns: Affects the epidermis top layer of skin Red and dry Example: sunburn PICTURES PICTURES Affected area Second Degree Burns Second Degree Burns The next least severe burns that usually seek medical attention Second degree burns affect the function of the skin by Classification Classification Second Degree Burn: Effects epidermis and part of the dermis Effects the protection level of the skin and therefore isn't as good of a barrier Makes you more likely to allow bad bacteria into the body Red, blistered, and swollen Pictures Pictures Affected area Third degree burns Third degree burns Third Degree Burn: Destroy epidermis and part of dermis Damage of nerves Person can not feel the burn Appear white and charred Classification Classification Pictures Pictures Fourth degree burns Fourth degree burns Fourth Degree Burns: Also damage the bone, tendons, and muscles You can't feel it because nerve endings are destroyed Classification Classification Pictures Pictures Burn Unit Burn Unit All these people work in a burn care unit and assist the patient in different ways Doctors give patients a broad spectrum of antibiotics because of how many different types of burns there are and every patient's needs are different Care for and dress the burn Maintain comfort for patient Educate family on how to take care of the burn Educate communtiy about prevention Burn Care Nurse Burn Care Nurse Medical doctor Keeps patient pain free Gives them anesthetic Makes sure patient is stable throught surgery Anesthesiologist Anesthesiologist Examines, diagnoses, and performs surgery on patient Surgery not needed on first degree burns Reconstructive Surgeon Reconstructive Surgeon Help people with physical injuries or illness regain movement Help people deal with their pain Create a plan for patients rehabilltaion Find the rot causes of trauma and counsel patients Physical Therapist Physical Therapist Study the human mind They research to help us understand behavioral problems, memory, and mental health disorders Work to promote safety and good mental health Psychologist Psychologist Fetal Pig Lab Fetal Pig Lab Outer Anatomy Outer Anatomy Ventral side up Dorsal side down Anterior Posterior Oral Cavity Oral Cavity Internal Anatomy Internal Anatomy Stomach Small Intestine Large Intestine Gall Bladder Liver Heart Lungs Heart Heart Bibliography Bibliography

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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!

Ice people, fire people.

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

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