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Transcript: Classification: Harjot Sohi Essential question Why is it important to place living things into categories? 1 Classification helps one to properly grasp diversity. It helps both to recognize living species and to understand the diversity of living organisms. Classification allows one to understand about the various forms, traits, similarities and distinctions in plants and animals. It helps one to understand the evolution of complex species from simpler organisms. They are classified under various definitions in order to explain and analyze the traits, similarities and disparities between different living species. Classification is a method that lets one cope with a vast range of ways of life. The inter-relationships between various classes of species must be known. For the advancement of other biological sciences, classification forms the basis. Click to edit text 2 A taxonomy chart's value: An significant illustration used in biology is a taxonomy map. Scientists use this diagram to describe species. This sorting approach helps to classify, precisely, the certain animal the scientist is researching. Picture Part A: Taxonomy Chart Bird Group: 3 The Blue Jay's Kingdom: Animalia The Robin's Kingdom: Animalia The Cardinal's Kingdom: Animalia The Finch's Kingdom: Animalia The Pelican's Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom The Blue Jay's Phylum: Chordata The Robin's Phylum: Chordata The Cardinal's Phylum:Chordata The Finch's Phylum: Chordata The Pelican's Phylum: Chordata Phylum The Blue Jay's Class: Aves The Robin's Class: Aves The Cardinal's Class: Aves The Finch's Class: Aves The Pelican's Class: Aves Class The Blue Jay's Order: Passeriformes The Robin's Order: Passeriformes The Cardinal's Order: Passeriformes The Finch's Order: Passeriformes The Pelican's Order: Passeriformes Order Family The Blue Jay's Family: Corvidae The Robin's Family: Turdidae The Cardinal's Family: Cardinalidae The Finch's Family: Fringillidae The Pelican's Family: Pelecanidae Genus The Blue Jay's Genus: Cyanocitta The Robin's Genus: Turdus The Cardinal's Genus: Passeri The Finch's Genus: Passeroidea The Pelican's Genus: Pelecanus The Blue Jay's Species: C. cristata The Robin's Species: T. migratorius The Cardinal's Species: N/A The Finch's Species: N/A The Pelican's Species: N/A Species Part 2: The Cladogram 5 Part A: Taxonomy Chart Insect Group: 4 Class The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Insecta The Grasshopper's Kingdom: Insecta The Black Widow Spider's Kingdom: Arachnida The Mosquito's Kingdom: Insecta The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: Insecta The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Hymenoptera The Grasshopper's Kingdom: Orthoptera The Black Window Spider's Kingdom: Araneae The Mosquito's Kingdom: Diptera The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: Hymenoptera Order The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Animalia The Grasshopper's Kingdom: Animalia The Black Window Spider's Kingdom: Animalia The Mosquito's Kingdom: Animalia The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Arthropoda The Grasshopper's Kingdom: Arthropoda The Black Window Spider's Kingdom: Arthropoda The Mosquito's Kingdom: Arthropoda The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: Arthropoda Phylum The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Apis The Grasshopper's Kingdom: Caelifera The Black Window Spider's Kingdom: Latrodectus The Mosquito's Kingdom: Culicoidea The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: Dolichovespula Genus The African Honeybee's Kingdom: Apis mellifera The Grasshopper's Kingdom: N/A The Black Window Spider's Kingdom: L. variolus The Mosquito's Kingdom: C. Culicidae The Yellow Jackets Kingdom: V. Dolichovespula Species Part C: Summary Questions 6 1) Describe the physical traits your animals had in common with one another in your taxonomy chart. Break down your descriptions by taxa. (Example: All animals in the class Reptilia breathe air, lay shelled eggs, and have skin covered in scales.) 2) Explain the positions of each species in your cladogram. Why did you place each of your animals in those positions? The physical features the animal had in the community of birds were that they could all fly. For all the animals, the physical features that the animals had in the insect community were all prey. Using the taxonomy map, there are many aspects that we could compare since it was created to research the organism in great depth, and what they have in common, characteristics wise. 1 The way I did, I put the animal in the cladogram, so it allows the individual reading the diagram to comprehend the evolutionary parallels relative to all species. Even the variations between them reflect these positions. This provides us with a greater view of the species under analysis. 2 Got all information off Wikipedia The end!


Transcript: Extension The Benefits of a Third Sorority Who We Are 65+ girls involved TOMS STUDENT GOVERNMENT WORKS ON CAMPUS CAMPUS/COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS HONORS STUDENTS knowledgable TWO INFORMATIVE MEETINGS passionate MAKE A DIFFERENCE 32 FRESHMEN 13 SOPHOMORES 14 JUNIORS 6 SENIORS Why We're Here Greek Life is expanding Give additional opportunities to become involved with Greek Life We came together under the pretense that this would benefit future UT Tyler students We want to help promote Greek Life UT Tyler Greek Life Founders "Greek Life at UT Tyler was a way for me to have a home away from home. Finding the right fit for a new home is extremely important and is a personal choice. By having more options, Greek Life at UT Tyler may reach out to more women on campus and expand enormously." I think that an additional sorority on campus would greatly benefit UT Tyler. It would give women the opportunity to become involved on campus and within the community. I was in a sorority on campus and it was a really great way for me to be involved and meet women with similar interests. This is a great growth opportunity for the university that can pave the way for more student organizations in the future. legacy leadership philanthropy values confidence bonds scholarship integrity influence sisterhood Greek Life offers these things... Because of these qualities; we desire to be a part of the Greek community. Becoming a part of something that will be bigger then ourselves will bring about future opportunities and a community of like-minded girls. Benefits we offer 65 addtional girls who want to become involved with Greek Life and share the same passion towards our goals additional sororities promote and encourage a larger, more diverse pledge class promotes growth within the UT Tyler community by attracting different parts of the Tyler community; this sheds light upon all the other good we are accomplishing on campus. help promote the benefits of sorority membership different views and skill bases by working together, we can achieve much more! When it all comes down to it, we all have one main goal. Are We Ready? NPC Evaluation Questions Who is helping you with the inter/national sorority affiliation pursuit? Influencing the lives of many campuses and in communities (with) the spirit of cooperation and collaboration. This Collaboration of women's fraternities has stood the test of time for over 100 years. The future looks bright for the trend to continue as campuses add NPC groups and offer opportunities for soroity membership to collegiate women. National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Do you know if this type of extension process has occurred on the campus previously? If so, when? How will this benefit the UT Tyler community? Help Greek Life at UT Tyler reach it's ultimate potential. The campus is continuously growing and adding another greek organization would help facilitate the expansion that will also ultimately happen in Greek Life. It Starts Here Greek Life How long has this group been in existence? Are you a recognized student organization? What are your reasons for pursuing inter/national affiliation? How many women comprise the interest group?

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Transcript: "The novel Pride and Prejudice empowers females more than Bridget Jones’s Diary, despite Bridget Jones being set in a time of feminist equality" "Whatever Literature is, it is dependent on how, when, where, by whom and for what purposes it is read" "Challenge male culture, rather than strategizing to become a part of it" Connection Thesis "Diverse collection of social theories, political movements and moral philosophies" Proposal World Context Approach "Texts are constructed within historical, social, cultural, economic and discursive contexts that govern what can be said and how it can be said." Reader Centred Approaches Natural Superiority Author Centred Approach "The nature of inequality and focus on gender politics, power relations and sexuality" "Caring is more than being benevolently disposed towards humankind in general; it is about being concerned with the specific people who occupy ones emotional space." “Man has said that woman can be defined, delineated, captured, understood, explained, and diagnosed to a level of determination never accorded to man himself, who is conceived as a rational animal with free will”. Intentional Fallacy Intertextual Pairings in Literature Elizabeth Bennet; Marrying for Love Happy to wait, so that the relationship is happy and long lasting "Detached from the author at birth and goes about the world beyond his power to intend about it or control it" Cultural Feminism Feminism Feminism Literary Theory “Words on the page”, not in the author or in the reader.’ "Challenging male culture, rather than strategizing to become a part of it" Thank You for Listening Elizabeth; Her number one priority is her family "Females don’t want to enter the male world of procession and professions" "Masculine qualities of selfishness, violence, and lack of self-control in relation to sexual behaviour" Text Centred Approach "An individual specially gifted with rare insights into the human condition, the author was seen as transcending his or her own culture." "The body of literary texts that have been judged to be classics and therefore worthy of study. Their understood value transcends popularity or fashion." Camilla Guegan The Literary Canon Bridget; Low position, overrun by men, terrible in the kitchen Elizabeth; Content with staying in the female culture "Females and males have inherit differences and as a consequence female difference should be celebrated" "Readers bring their knowledge, experiences, habits, expectations, beliefs and values to the transactions between text and reader." Cultural Feminism Redefinition Theory Elizabeth Bennet; Has three men chasing after her, yet is choosing to marry for love, not wealth Bridget; More Interested in Publics Opinion Bridget Jones; Falling at mens feet World Centred Approach Pride and Prejudice deserves its position in the Literary Canon and ‘Pride and Prejudice empowers females more than Bridget Jones Diary despite Bridget Jones being set in a time of feminist equality.’ "Women are linked to all of human life and that they value their relationships above everything else in life, viewing separation as quintessential harm." Bridget Jones; Not seeking out a steady relationship

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