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Transcript: Semiotics: Semiotics it the study of signs. To the human mind, signs are things which relate to others. Just as the letters of the alphabet represent certain sounds and tho or more create others which become words and sentences, two parallel horizontal lines and a closed bracket create a smilie-face. =) Media, Methods, Materials: Media is the visual communication created by what the designer chooses to use. Eg. ink. Methods are the techniques used to create the design. Eg. freehand drawing, sketching, painting, tablet drawings, etc. Materials are the things the designer puts their design on. Eg, paper, canvas, etc. ICT: Computer hardware is the physical components which makes up the computer. This refers to the monitor, keyboard, data storage, hard and disk drives, mouse and system unit components. Technology: As technology evolves and improves, it becomes easier to design and create things. New applications and software can be downloaded off the internet which allow the designer to create their concepts with an ever growing number of tools. Anything from a simple sketch to a hyper-realistic work may be created and stored easily. Drawn images can be scanned to use on the computer and the final project can be printed on any size. GLOSSARY Heat Transfer: Heat transferred printing is a process which uses heat to burn the desired colours into the material chosen, whether it be T-shirt/clothing or paper. It can be done in two ways: With a press or with a printer. Inkjet or electrostatic printers use heat transferrance to print. This method requires ink and stamps/plates for presses and a computer for printers. Principles of Design: Balance: when the whole is divided into parts, the balance is created when those parts are filled with the same objects or the equivalent area/volume of those. an imbalanced or asymmetry is created when there is one large object and a small one or when the one side/part is filled while the other is empty. Unity: unity is the 'whole's' ability to look completed and as though it is meant to be one. When the parts are balanced and work well together, complimenting each other, they are unified. Repetition: repeated shapes, colours, textures, etc. may be used to create unity and balance as they may be spread over the whole. Contrast: when colours or textures are placed next to each other, but they do not compliment each other, there is a contrast. when shapes are placed in an imbalanced way they create a spatial contrast. This may be intentionally used to create an effective whole or some may involuntarily use it, but it ends up looking wrong. Depending on what is being done, it could work or not. Hierarchy: the hierarchy principle may be used to emphasize wording in order of importance. The most important being the largest and the least being the smallest. Paper types: There are many types of paper. Some enhance colour while others enhance black text. Matte paper: this paper is used in everyday printing due to its fast ink-drying properties. This ensures that it doesn't smudge and no fingerprints are left on the paper. Glossy paper: this paper creates vibrant colours and is generally used for photo printing. The glossy finish allows the ink to be absorbed, but it also makes it easier to smudge. Photo paper: this paper is tough and has a glossy film-like finish. The ink dries quickly and it comes in a variety of weights. Bright white paper: this paper is intended for dual side printing the surfaces are non-textured and are designed to prevent prints from being visible on the other side. Card stock: heavy paper which is mostly used for scrap booking, business cards and postcards. It prints slower due to its weight. Inkjet paper: Specifically made for inkjet printers, this includes photo, glossy, card stock, etc. Brainstorming: Brainstorming is the method used when someone puts their ideas on a central topic down to choose which they will develop. There are online sites which may help with ideas. Most brainstorms are drawn on paper with the main idea in the center of the page. Main ideas relating to the topic are then written around that and ideas on the ideas are then extended from those. Image files: JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group compression is the most common format for picture files to be saved as on cameras. They have 8 bit sizes for greyscale images and 24 bit for colour. TIFF: These files are 8 or 16 bits ber RGB colour, so their total sizez are 24 0r 48 bit. They are flexible file formats, but are not generally supported by browsers. PSD: Photoshop Documents are the files saved by Adobe Photoshop. PDS files have a limit of 30000 pixels and 3GB. Rendering: Rendering is the application of colour and line to objects to create the illusion or texture, form, etc. Depending on the rendering technique it may make the object seem hyper realistic or cartoon-like. The more advanced the rendering, the more realistic it looks. Rendering may be done in shades of colour, parallel lines at


Transcript: is a person, animal or thing that is in any type of story 4 types: flat-- is the one that's always mean and is stereo-typed like ghosts and how they are always said as scary(casper) round--is the nice overachiever who helps and has a great personality static-is a character who will never change no matter what till end Dynamic-will change throughout the story a word that's formed suggestive for poet affect or drama meow, cuckoo, honk what other people might think or how they would react to a situation or a problem A passing reference or a incidental mention of something Imagery Characterization Paradox is a figure of speech like you want to wish someone good luck, you would say"break a leg" you don't mean it literally Protagonists words that the sound the same but have a different meanings-play of words metaphor Oxymoron Glossary Short Story Terms World view Setting figure of speech, compares 2 things those 2 things mostly different ex she is like a rose Is like sarcasm to make someone mad a bit Pun the use of words that mean the opposite of their meaning 3 types: verbal-person says or writes down something that means another dramatic-a speech or situation that could be understood by the audience but not the characters in the play situational-a situation where actions have opposite outcomes from what was suppose to happen indirect clues in the story for you as a reader to infer whats going to happen next Irony when from the scene you are in goes back and tells you what happened earlier Allusion Foreshadowing its the quality of any sound ex pitch, strength total opposite of words together that creates a oxymoron good evil ex. is how the writer created the character, mainly the main character Direct characterization Is an important character who goes against the protagonist Antagonist is the evil bad guy!!:( Types: people society nature a problem within 2 people 2 types: internal-a problem within the person external-character that difficult with another force from like person to tech. Simile Satire when you know something is going to happen builds up tension, stress like worrying Conflict Antagonist The act of 2 words or, more even a word grouped with a same letter Suspense Alliteration it tells you straight up in the story. ex. nice, rude you have to figure out your self by connecting the dots example: throughout the story it will describe his or her actions Character a statement or proposition that maybe unlikely but can be the truth obvious exaggeration figure of speech which should not be taken literally Tone mood Hyperbole a state of emotional quality or of character(person,everyone,setting) Onomatopoeia Time, place and pace(speed) of the story Personification Is the main character who grows and changes to good throughout the story is the attributes of a persons personality or nature to things ex- the authors personification of the farm animals made for and enchanting children's book Flashbacks its like a description of illustration or a figure which make you picture a mental image out of the description you got out of the story(example is from thank you ma'am like the big purse.


Transcript: Offers two-way Internet access via satellites. Dial Up Connections A communications cable or other facility dedicated to a specific application, in contrast with a shared resource such as the telephone network or the Internet. Glossary Satellite Internet Service A data communication link that is established when the communication equipment dials a phone number and negotiates a connection with the equipment on the other end of the link. ISDN This unlimited service has a high speed connection without wires. You can watch TV online, play better games, and have faster downloading speeds. The only issue would be if you couldn't afford it. Most providers charge up to at least $35 a month for the service. DSL Digital Subscriber Line: a technology that allows high-speed transmission of data, audio, and video, usu. over standard telephone lines. (Integrated Services Digital Network) An international standard for switched, digital dial-up telephone service for voice and data. Refers to wireless devices or systems that are situated in fixed locations, such as an office or home, as opposed to devices that are mobile, such as cell phones and PDAs. Fixed Wireless Service Dial Up Connections DSL services also use your phone line, but you can still get and place phone calls. DSL is much faster than dial-up, and you do not need to connect every time you want to use the internet. There are pros and cons for this choice, too. The pros are: Fast, simple to use, relatively secure, a variety of speeds are available so you can choose the right speed for your needs, and you get the speed you pay for. It s a guaranteed speed. The cons are: You need to be within a certain distance of the telephone company's central office to get the service, more expensive than dial-up, and you need special equipment set up with a DSL connection. Most people would say they'd choose this over dial up, but if you don't have the money, dial up is always an option. Fixed Wireless Internet DSL A form of broadband Internet access that uses the cable television infrastructure. Dial Up connections are good if you want more of a cheap phone and internet connection. You connect to others through the modem; however, you cannot use the internet while being on the phone. There are pros and cons. Pros are as follows: Inexpensive, you can get service almost anywhere, simple to use, relatively secure, and you only need a computer with a modem to use it. The cons are: Slow speeds, speed depends on the quality of the phone line you're connected to, when you're connected you're taking up the phone line, and you need to connect up every time you want to use the internet. Think about what kind of connection you want before you choose to have a dial up connection. Dedicated Lines Cable services go through your cable TV lines. You plug the TV cable into a Cable modem to get access. Cable is an always on service. Cable TV uses dynamic IP addresses (the IP addresses change at an interval the provider chooses). If you want a faster connection and more data sent in a shorter time, this is a good option for you. It's not too expensive, either. Satellite Internet Service This is a good internet connection for any rural internet user who wants broadband access. Cable and DSL download faster, but this connection is still 10 times faster than any normal modem. Cable Internet Access Cable Internet Access


Transcript: Caramelize Folding Allergic reaction to a substance ingested in food. Glossary Melting Ganache A projecting part with an opening for regulating and directing a flow in fluid. Colander Dust Extremely hot. Pressurized water vapor used for heating. Boiling To beat and mix an ingredient or combination of ingredients to a smooth, creamy consistency. The transfer of harmful bacteria from one surface to another. Salmonella Piping bag Any foods that have a higher risk of carrying harmful bacteria. Compound chocolate is a less expensive non chocolate product made from a combination of cocoa, vegetable fat and sweeteners. The process through which natural sugars in foods become browned and flavourful while cooking. Wok Ganache is a glaze, icing, sauce or filling for pastries made from chocolate and cream. A process is a series of actions or steps taken to achieve an end. A step in which the food is changed or altered in some way Compound chocolate Rolling pin High risk food Cross-contamination This presentation will give you a better understanding of some of the processes used in the kitchen and why they are used. Creaming To sprinkle lightly before or after cooking with dry ingredients. A bowl-shaped frying pan used typically in chinese cooking A perforated bowl used to strain off liquid from food after cooking. Food allergy Tempering Bacteria found in chicken Process A cylinder rolled over pastry or dough to flatten or shape it. Steaming Heating a liquid to the temperature at which it bubbles Improves the consistence of a substance by heating it or adding particular substances to it. Mix an ingredient gently with another ingredient by lifting a mixture with a spoon Glossary by Ebony James Piping nozel A pastry bag, hand held made from plastic used to pipe semi-solid foods by pressing them through a narrow opening. Change something to a liquid condition by heating it.


Transcript: Glossary By: KaramVir Sahi A Antagonist - The antagonist is the character that causes the conflict or hinders the protagonist C Character - A character is a person that has traits and features in a story Denouement - is the final resolution of the interstices of a plot E External Conflict - is when a character struggles against an outside force F Falling Action - is the part in the plot where all unresolved problems are solved G Graphic Text - is text that contains charts, graphs and pictures I Inciting Force - is when the characters interact with there surroundings and this is when the character triggers the conflict Informational Text - is text that conveys factual information, some ways you may notices informational text is, see lists, compare/contrast and cause/effect L Literary Texts - is a variety of creative and imaginative writing that contributes to an appreciations of students M Main Idea- the central thought of a paragraph that lets the reader know what the text is about Moral - is what you learn after reading the text For Example : The moral of the story is to come to school everyday P Plot- is made up of events in the story and are put together, plot is also called the story line Point of View(1st) - is when the texts is written from a persons perspective. Some ways to notice this is to look for words like I, we and us. Point of View(3rd)- is when the narrator describes whats going on and only uses words like he, she , it. Protagonist- is the central character or the hero of the story. He/she undergoes a conflict and has a change in his/her life R Rising Action - is what makes up the story and includes all the event in the story and leads up in to the main conflict Round Character - is a character that is well described and get a clear idea of what he/she looks like and acts S Static Character - is a character that doesn't change change the story Theme- is used for for the central message in a piece of fiction Text - the main body of matter in a script,book, newspaper etc. Thesis - a subject for composition or essay Conflict - Is the struggle in the story also the main problem Exposition - Writing or speech intended to cover information The End Dynamic Character - is when a character changes throughout the story Implicit- is when something is indirect and is not stated Explicit - is when something clearly expressed or demonstrated Conclusion - Is the final or end part For example: Person vs Person Person vs Nature Person vs Technology Person vs Society Person vs Supernatural Setting- is where and when the story takes place Summary - a brief text that explains the main points of the story Resolution - is a resolve or a determination Supporting Detail - statements that help further explain the main idea T Internal Conflict - is a struggle or a problem that takes place in a characters mind Infer - to guess from information or statements Flat Character- is a character that we don't hear much about but he/she has a purpose in the story Climax - Climax is the highest or most intense part in the story D

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