Transcript: m 1 j 2 Dealing with Grief p b r Y g X g What is it? Grief noun* "Intense sorrow, especially caused by someone's death" Definition of Grief A natural emotional reaction to loss or change of anytime Elisabeth Kübler Ross and David Kessler Denial Anger Depression Bargaining Acceptance The 5 Stages The first stage of Grief DENIAL c !ANGER! "How now, a rat? Dead for a ducat, dead, a bloody dead, almost as bad, good mother, as to kill a king." Depression The 3rd Stage “To be, or not to be - that is the question, whether it is noble in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing end them. To die, to sleep no more“ k Bargaining Stage Four What if ... ?! If only ... ?! “O, that this too too solid flesh would melt, Thaw and resolve itself into a dew! Or that the Everlasting had not fix’d his canon ‘gainst self-slaughter! O, God! God!” M Acceptance Alright Okay p
Transcript: Standard But that is just the tip of the Iceberg What can be used instead? You can better group information To much information Clean To much information People tend to put phluff in Easy The slides can be to complex Simple Easy and simple to use Tables are not readable Prezi Too many bullet points Slides are to busy PowerPoint is the best! People put to much information on slides Why PowerPoints fail There is a build sequence on each slide PowerPoint is not the best It doesn't seem so cluttered
Transcript: Presented by PERSON for COMPANY TOPIC 1 Done by Hannah Thomas TEXTING AND DRIVING introduction A deadly epidemic People may never think that it would happen to them . A car accident could happen at any time and there is a higher possibility if you are a distracted driver. Talking on the phone while driving is much more dangerous then what most think. Testes have shown that hand free headsets are just as distracting then a hand held cell phone. my opinion I chose this topic because this is a real life problem and it happens every day. When people go to work, which is everyday there are distracted drivers and it will eventually lead to a serious problem and could end fatally. Its crazy to think about these distracted drivers and how they think its okay. Some people may not even realize that they are distracted.Some drivers may think that sense they are not the distracted drivers that they are okay but they are just as likely to get in a horrible car crash. Why I chose this topic Pictures PICTURES SUBTOPIC 2 FACTS Its been tested that a driver on a phone had the same reactions of a drunk driver. Its most likely for a distracted driver to crash and for the crash to end deadly. many people don't understand how people can get distracted. This is true because certain people need to realize that the distractions can wait until you arrive and you are out of the vehicle. Graph graph Map MAP This map shows the percentage and the amount of people in different states that tare on their phone while driving. Chart CHART This chart shows the ages of the people and the amount of time that they spend on their phones while driving. while ON THE ROAD topic 2 MOST DRIVERS SAY THAT THEY ARE NOT HAPPY ABOUT SHARING THE ROAD WITH OTHER DRIVERS THAT ARE DISTRACTED BY THE TECHNOLOGY. MANY STUDIES HAVE FOUND THAT 91.5 PERCENT OF THE DRIVERS CONSIDERED TALKING ON THE PHONE WHILE DRIVING A SERIOUS THEREAT. STUDIES ALSO FOUND THAT TWO-THIRDS OF THOSE PEOPLE ADMITTED TO TALKING ON THE PHONE WHILE DRIVING. What I learned TOPIC 3 I learned that the people driving on the do not care whether or not they are distracted. I don't think people realize that texting or calling someone can wait. I was honestly surprised about the percentage of people that actually don't care. This problem is getting worse every year because technology is all around us and people cant avoid it. WORK CITE TOPIC 4 Hanes, Stephanie. "Texting While Driving Is as Dangerous as Drunk Driving." Distracted Driving, edited by Stefan Kiesbye, Greenhaven Press, 2012. At Issue. Opposing Viewpoints in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ3010795205/OVIC?u=cor10426&sid=OVIC&xid=4cb51a59. Accessed 6 Dec. 2018. Originally published as "Texting While Driving: The New Drunk Driving," Christian Science Monitor, 5 Nov. 2009.
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Transcript: Intellectual and Technological Economic and Significance in history Big Picture The Popular Sovereignty and slavery debate begin in 1846 following the annexation of Texas and the mexican- American war, which had high lighted the issue of U.S territorial expansion and the question of whether slavery should be permitted in the new states The Popular Sovereignty is mainly, trying to permit slavery in the new states The definitive scientific studies of deployed U.S voting technologies have received substantial attention This paper discusses the basic constitutional problem of modern international law since the UN charter. By J'Quann Frett Political The dissertation investigates the intellectual origins of the doctrine of popular sovereignty Popular Sovereignty- Rule by the peopl, used in this time to specifically refer to the people of territory voting whether or not they want to allow slavery.
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Transcript: The Slides Only six Bullets a slide only Six Words per bullet Text should all be the same size font Titles have to be same size font Capital letter behind each bullet Do not make the slides look crowded only key words should be on the slide Putting Pictures on the Slide If from internet they need to have a source No Pictures should be on any line Design No Green Or Red Pick A design that goes with your topic Pick Colors that go together No more than three colors a slide Graphic or pictures should not touch any words or side of the slide Not to big of a picture or graphic should not be overwhelming Avoid Red and Green!! Red Font is harder to read Notes Pages you do not need full sentences Put most imortant words from notes on to slide The Presentation Make eye contact with every person at least once Try to control nervous habits Transitions The can be use with pictures, tables, charts, and graphs Do not over use the transitions Do not use to many different transitions Font No more than one font in a presentation No more than three sizes of font during a presentation Font size should be between 24 and 36 How To Use PowerPoint
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