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Transcript: ADD YOUR LOGO HERE BEST PORTFOLIO EVER! 2020-2021 Intro Introduction Welcome and thank you for coming to my Portfolio Myself as a Person Personal Statement Share the prompt Read your statement in its entirety Personal Statement Upload your personal statement here. Resume Upload your resume here Physical Health and Nutrition Upload your reflection here. Myself as a Learner Overview of Section Make a table of contents for the different academic sections. Make sure your committee clearly understands that you'll be sharing two pieces in depth, and they will be able to view the rest of your portfolio at the end. In these next few sections I will be sharing work from/about reader, writer, scientist, humanitarian, researcher, and artist. Reader Upload documents (or links) Literature response #1 Literature response #2 Literature response #3 Writer Link to document Link to humanitarian reflection Science Micro to Macro 4. 3. 2. Case Study #2: Genetics Reading Skills 1. Case Study #1: History of Race in US Humanitarian hhtps/://vimeo.com/509552788/e3f94b0a2c Link to math reflection Google doc Researcher "I never have liked math, and probably never will" Artist Click to edit text Myself in the World Service Learning and Expedition Culmination Electives Click to edit text Conclusion Conclusion • Wrap up the formal part of the presentation • Allow your committee to peruse your portfolio • Ask for additional questions or comments • Thank your committee for coming and for their time Evaluation • Committee members fill out evaluation • Teachers fill out rubric • Student fills out self-reflection

Photography Powerpoint

Transcript: Feburary 15th 2018 Shelby Parker Photography Camera Controls Exposure Exposure Shutter Speed Shutter Speed Definition Definition the time for which a shutter is open at a given setting. Examples Examples ISO 100 - f/4 - 1/800 ISO 100 - f/4 - 1/80 ISO 100 - f/4 - 1/15 ISO 100 - f/4.5 - 1/320 ISO 100 - f/4.5 - 1/80 ISO 100 - f/4.5 - 1/15 Panning Panning ISO 200 - f/7.1 - 1/80 ISO 250 - f/9 - 1/15 APERTURE Aperture Location Location Shallow Depth of Field Shallow Depth of Field ISO 800 - f/4 - 1/40 Deep Depth of Field Deep Depth of Field ISO 200 - f/8 - 1/500 Definition Definition the unit of measurement that defines the size of the opening in the lens that can be adjusted to control the amount of light reaching the film or digital sensor. Examples Examples ISO 100 - f/10 - 1/250 ISO 100 - f/4.5 - 1/250 ISO 100 - f/3.5 - 1/250 More Examples More Examples ISO 100 - f/13 - 1/250 ISO 100 - f/4.5 - 1/250 ISO 100 - f/3.5 - 1/250 METERING METERING DEFINITION the way in which a camera determines the exposure. DEFINITION UNDER EXPOSURER UNDER EXPOSURER ISO 200 - f//10 - 1/50 OVER EXPOSURE OVER EXPOSURE ISO 10,000 - f/3.9 - 1/25 CORRECT EXPOSURE CORRECT EXPOSURE ISO 10,000 - f/3.9 - 1/320 ISO ISO Examples Examples ISO 200 - f/3.8 - 1/10 ISO 2000 -f/3.8 - 1/10 ISO 25600 - f/3.8 - 1/10 More Examples More Examples ISO 200 - f/3.8 - .4 ISO 2000 - f/3.8 - .4 ISO 25600 - f/3.8 - .4 measures the sensitivity of the image sensor Definition Definition Programmed Auto/Program (P) Shutter Priority (S/Tv) Aperture Priority (A/Av) Manual (M) 4 MAIN EXPOSURE MODES 4 MAIN EXPOSURE MODES https://www.colesclassroom.com/photography-basics-4-camera-modes/ Programmed Auto DEFINITIONS DEFINITIONS In program auto mode the camera automatically selects the correct exposure for you. Meaning it will select what it thinks is the appropriate aperture, shutter speed & ISO* Shutter Priority In Shutter Priority mode, you choose the shutter speed you want and the camera chooses the right aperture and ISO* Aperture Priority DEFINITIONS DEFINITIONS In Aperture Priority mode, you select the aperture that you want to use and the camera then selects the shutter speed and ISO* Manual In Manual mode, you choose everything, aperture, shutter speed and ISO* to get the proper exposure. the color balance on a digital camera WHITE BALANCE WHITE BALANCE Auto DIFFERENT SETTINGS DIFFERENT SETTINGS Sunny Shadow Settings Cloudy Settings Incandescent Settings Settings Fluorescent Underwater Settings Settings WV Flash

Photography portfolio

Transcript: This image shows my excellent composition. 1. Set the camera ISO to 80 2. Set subject in view of camera lens 3. Press shutter button 4. Shine a flashlight on subject for half of shutter time 5. Turn light off and move subject 6. Turn light back on subject for the rest of the shutter time Composition is the term used for the arrangements of the elements in or the subject matter of a painting. This picture demonstrates that because although there is a lot going on, the elements are arranged to show the focus of the picture. Two of my favorite photos. The digital/imaging portion of the class was harder than expected. I thought it would be easy peasy lemon squizie, but I was way off! There's so many ways to do one thing! and SO MANY things you can do to one image! While keeping in mind composition and other imaging techniques. Some challenges I faced were deciding what looked good, and what looked like it was just too much. I experienced this most with the nonuplets. Another challenge that went along with that, is trying to portray the effect image that I was imagining in my head. There's so many tools that can do the same thing. For example, there's like 8 different ways to crop or cut out a photo. I had many aha moments, but I think my biggest was during the very first demonstration. When all the mumble jumble Mrs. Maring was saying clicked. Oh! That's how to use the magnetic tool! and so on. Another aha moment was when we were taking our fantasy pictures. I was trying to make myself look like I was traveling through time, and to do that, make the back side of me coming off. I thought I could do it with adobe, but then realized how much extra work I was causing for myself. I was about ready to give up and try some other pose, but then I thought about long exposure, and how you can do two of one person in a photo. I used my cognitive thinking, and changed the ISO. I had the person taking the picture move the camera so the picture turned out that the back end of me was coming off, and it worked! My learning in the digital/imaging portion of the class Advanced Imaging Techniques. Innovative Lighting. This photograph shows both light and dark lighting. The camelbak is lit up with a flashlight to display a shadow of it on the wall behind it.

Portfolio Powerpoint

Transcript: Tools: Time Capsule These tools are what helped the Aboriginals live their day to day lives. It helped them access food, shelter and make clothing or any other needs. Relation To Theme: John Cabot was one of the major reasons we have settlement in Canada today. He found New Found Land in 1497. He was the first European to reach Canada. It kept the Americans from expanding into the Ohio River Valley which was the First Nations land. The Americans thought that the British were too willing to give up land to the First Nations. The Royal Proclamation was passed in 1672. The royal Proclamation : The Royal Proclamation is a law that doesn't allow any Americans passed the Ohio River Valley. The Government was fighting against the Americans which was one of the factors of the American Revolution. Relation to Theme: Why I Chose This Topic I chose this topic because without the discovery of New Found Land life today, wouldn't be how it is. John Cabot sailed in 1497 with 18 crew members on the search for new land. He came upon New Found Land for England. When he got back he made report of the many scooping fish. Significance: Why i chose this: Significance: This relates to society and culture because without him there wouldn't even be a society like there is in the modern day. Portfolio Powerpoint Timeline: Portfolio Time Capsule Time Machine I chose the Royal of Proclamation because i thought it was one of the important things that stopped the Seven Years War even though it also played a factor in starting the American Revolution. Tools have come a long way. I believe that even in the modern day without tools we wouldn't be able to live the way we do. Although the Aboriginals had slim to no technology they still made their life work with these simple pieces of stone attached to a chunk of wood with some rope. http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/1080090 : Significance: time capsule If the day John Cabot didn't set sail for a new trade route the world would be completely different because he found New Found Land and reported that fishing on the Grand Banks was an easy way to catch fish. If John Cabot didn't convince the king that setting sail was a good idea, life today wouldn't be as we know it. The land may still have never been explored because it is still thought to be too cold or too far north. First Nations would still have less technology because the Europeans would have never introduced it to them. If John didn't report the easy ways to fish then they wouldn't have had such a bug urge to make their way to New Found Land and use their new food source. John Cabot has made it so we are alive and breathing today with all the things that comes with it. Why I Chose this Topic

Portfolio Template

Transcript: To Start With... And then...about You! In this story you will enter personal information. You should talk about yourself, what you like, what is important to you. You should talk about your long term goals and what career you would like to work towards. You should also mention something about your family and the activities you like. You should use your "About Me" worksheet to reflect on these questions. In this story you will explain your Curriculum Map and GPA graph. You should incorporate the following information about the Curriculum Map and GPA Graph: This is my Heatherwood Middle School Curriculum Map and GPA. These are all the classes I have taken so far at Heatherwood Middle School. The top left graph shows the credits I have earned by passing all my classes. The next graph shows my cumulative grade point average. This is important for me to understand now because next year in high school I will have to make sure all my classes are mapped out and that I am passing classes so I can earn enough credits to graduate in four years. The next story you will share will be about your Long term goals. The following statements are some ideas that you might want to incorporate: I understand that when I get to high school next year I will have to make sure I have good study habits. I understand that I will have a four year plan to graduate which I must stay on track with I understand that I will be responsible to complete a scholarly paper my junior year I understand that I will have to complete a Senior Project my last year. Therefore, as I begin my eighth grade year I am really going to focus on the following goals From here you will want to elaborate on your school goals for this year. You will need to work through your SMART goal worksheet located on at the back of the ABOUT ME worksheet. These will be personal goals that you believe you need to work on as an eighth grade student to have a successful school year. This will then take you to each one of your classes and the trimester goals your teacher has set. You will need to make sure that you have completed the Goal Sheet Recording form. Make sure that your teacher has sign off on this so you know that you have the written down the correct goal. 1st Period Using your Goal Recording form you should be able to incorporate the following questions into your story about this class: This is what I like about this class This is my goal for this class This is what I need to work on Here is some evidence of my work 2nd Period 3rd Period 4th Period 5th Period 6th Period 7th Period SUCCESS! In this story you want to write about what it will take for you to have a successful school year. You will need to reflect on you strengths and some of your shortcomings. You will need to be very open about this particular story in your presentation. You want to share what you do well and how you want to be recognized for this. You also need to talk about what you need to work on this year. This will be difficult to be honest about what you need to work on. However, this is a very significant concept in goals setting. The ability to recognize one's weaknesses and share how you are going to overcome them is a very mature response. Study Plans This next story will be about your action plan for the school year. After you have shared your goals you now want to put together a plan which will help you to succeed. One of the tools that you can utilize with this program is the Study Plan Graph. Here is what you will need to share with regards to the Study Plan Graph: This is the study plan that I have completed to help me stay on track. There are four parts to it: 1. How I will study 2. The resources I need 3. My weekly class routine 4. A schedule of when my projects and tests are due I will keep this updated and posted so you can help me by checking this. High School This story should be about your thoughts regarding high school. Next school year you will be entering high school as a ninth grade freshman. How do you feel about this? What are some things that excite you about the reality of being in high school? What are the parts of high school that you are really looking forward too? There also has to be some apprehensions! Reflect on your concerns and what you might be worried about. In this story you need to write about how you need to take this school year to help yourself be prepared for the transition. Help!!! Your education at Heatherwood Middle School should be seen as a "partnership" between you, your family and your teachers. Understanding this concept then should allow you to ask for help and support. In this story reflect on what you need to be successful. How can your family support you this school year? How can your teachers help you? And perhaps most of all, how can you help yourself to be the best that you can be? In Conclusion So know you have come to the end of your presentation. Here you must summarize all that you have said. Enjoy the moment. This presentation is about

Portfolio Template

Transcript: Photo caption in a simple sentence here. Photo caption in a simple sentence here. Photo caption in a simple sentence here. Put the text for topic 6 inside your topic 6 frame. You want your explanation to be very specific. You want it to get up to 200 words--but not over 200--while packing as much detail into the explanation as possible. 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