Transcript: Portfolio Review and Reflection Examining and evaluating rhetorical choices and course objectives Questions? Students will begin the process of selecting or designing a question, problem, or challenge to engage with over the course of the semester. Students will examine audiences for potential projects while considering possible genre choices Reflection Students will address genre and audience selection in their proposal, with the source summary working like an annotated bibliography High Impact* Opportunity Reflection Learning Outcomes: In English 104 students will Reflection Synthesis Establishing a position in relationship to multiple sources Student portfolio assessment Norming exercises for instructors Linking rubrics between courses Pre and Post-Course self-assessment surveys Are stretch courses a possibility? Student driven, quality instruction Mentoring and modeling opportunities inside the classroom and through partnerships Bridging to writing in the major Assessment of current practices and assessment as a means of measuring growth Audience Analysis Transfer to writing in the major Reflection Composition at Maryville University: A Plan for Course Design and Team Building Organizational Summary Introduction to using writing, discussion, context, and audience awareness to understand complex ideas Reflection Reflection Reflection Long-term assessment data Short-term pre and post-course assessment surveys, linked to similar assessments within the major Broad faculty input on genres utilized in 101 and 104 Evaluative Summary Introduction to evaluative criteria Be introduced to project-based learning through a sustained inquiry Position their work within the framework of a current field or discipline Analyze messages and arguments using a rhetorical vocabulary Practice selecting a genre for a rhetorical purpose Evaluate their own compositions and rhetorical choices Exploring a specific, still developing position for the multimodal assignment and putting that position in dialogue with multiple sources Set goals for improving their own writing Practice write-to-learn activities Analyze messages and arguments by examining rhetorical contexts and choices Extensively evaluate and reflect on their own rhetorical choices Gain experience reading and composing in several genres and modes to understand that genres and modes are shaped by readers’ and writers’ practices and purposes Measuring Outcomes and Transfer to English 104 Measuring student learning Avoiding Gatekeeper status Student engagement Transfer of knowledge and skill Sustaining gains Alex Wulff Analysis Developing a position and entering into a dialogue with a single source Reflection Multimodal Research and Dialogue Project The research project should be, or can contain, a public document Sample Assignment Structure for English 101 Situated Writing: How Language Makes Communities Learning Outcomes: In English 101 students will Reflection Sample Assignment Structure for English 104: Writing Through Sustained Inquiry Project Proposal and source summary *George D. Kuh, Jillian Kinzie, John H. Schuh, Elizabeth J. Whitt, et al., Student Success in College: Creating Conditions That Matter (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005). A rearticulation of the research project, with a consideration of the choices made in the project. Also, a final reflection on the course objectives from both 101 and 104. Challenges Synthesis Reflection Process Paper and Portfolio Completion
Transcript: CAD in Interior Design Cadsoft Personal Architect or HGTV Home Design software were both created for general consumers to use for new residential and remodeling projects. CAD programs used by reality TV companies Pixar and Disney Movies what types of models are created with CAD blueprints? programs that make CAD blueprints -http://essentialhome.eu/blog/interior-design-shows-inspire-home-makeover/ -https://cooperator.com/article/designing-reality/full -https://www.nehomemag.com/interior-design-tv-versus-reality/ -https://model55.com/3-ways-television-changed-interior-design/s -https://www.caddigest.com/empowering-the-homeowner-with-3d-modeling-and-virtual-reality/ sources - Autodesk Homestyler - sweet home 3D - smart draw CAD is very important in the interior design/ architect industry Reality tv who uses CAD blueprints? Programs Used pictures: Interior design helps the average person know the basics of interior design, but..... https://www.scan2cad.com/cad/industries-use-cad-architecture/ https://www.techradar.com/news/best-architecture-software https://www.cadpro.com/cad-pro-uses/cad-pro-blueprints/ Animators for many different animated movies and hyper-realistic commercials use CAD to design animated rooms in entertainment. Many interior designers argue that 3Ds Max is better than Maya when it comes to interior design, but Disney/Pixar use Maya for 3D animation as well. architects and interior designers use blueprints that are generated by CAD and programs using CAD why? Blueprints Architects and interior designers create blueprints using different CAD programs. blueprints -Architectural Design -Deck Plans -Plot Plans -Mechanical Drafting -Electrical Design -Civil Engineering -Plumbing Layouts -Landscape Design interior designers and architects use blueprints to create 2D designs which they then use to create 3D models to simulate what they intend to do with the space and help customers decide if they like what they are planning. This also helps the architects/ interior designers communicate their ideas effectively to construction workers so everything is built correctly. Disney/Pixar: Renderman, Maya Before interior design met television, people weren't empowered to solve their own interior design problems at home. However, because of the increase in viewing these television programs, professionals feel that these "show-junkies" are receiving an incomplete and unrealistic understanding of interior design and all it encompasses. A lot of the shows don't even give you all of the information on their processes. On the positive side, these shows have increased the public's knowledge on basic interior design and decorative processes. It also may increase their awareness as to how unhappy they are with their interior homes. Animation What shows revolve around interior design? Pixar and Disney both utilize interior design programs when animating scenes for their films. They also use real world inspirations for their designs In The Incredibles 2, they gained inspiration from a research trip to Palm Springs, California, to pull off the mid-century with a twist 3D modeling to render remodeling projects as well as virtual reality, which help designers render their ideas. Interior designers also set up online meetings if it isn't possible to meet in person. Studio Aiko is a company that specializes in animation for TV commercials and video games. They primarily use interior design programs such as 3Ds Max to make their animated commercials. http://www.studio-aiko.com/portfolio-avivi-smart-kitchen2.html Studio Aiko: 3Ds Max, After Effects, V-Ray, Photoshop Interior Design Animation Interior design television programs include: “Top Design”, “HGTV Design Star”, “Fixer Upper”, “Love it or List it”, “Amazing Spaces”, “The Great Interior Design Challenge” programs for general consumers https://www.thewaltdisneycompany.com/disney-pixars-incredibles-2-embraces-its-unique-mid-century-modern-aesthetic/ http://interiordesign.fsu.edu/interior-design-grad-students-release-animated-movies-for-research/ https://www.archdaily.com/771987/4-lessons-pixar-films-can-teach-us-about-architecture http://www.studio-aiko.com/about.htm Reality TV shows on channels like HGTV use CAD for many different things. reality tv Studio Aiko
Transcript: Blueprints Blueprints also include electrical plans. Electrical plans show: • lighting • switches • plugs • TV outlets • phone jacks • computer outlets Electrical plans are shown with symbols. Switches: What is a blue print? Blueprints go their name because they are a photographic print usually 24"x36" printed on paper with white ink or white paper with blue ink. Outlets: Miscellaneous: What in included on a blueprint? How they work Interior Design 2 Standard 4 Objective 1 Blueprints are plans usually in a 1/4:1 scale. Meaning every 1/4 inches drawn, is 1 foot in real life. Architects/designers use a Architect Scale ruler to draw with. There is also software used in designing. (1 inch = 4 feet) Mrs. Harrop Where to start Electrical Plans A site plan is a detailed drawing of a specific lot or space. It usually shows: building footprint travel ways parking drive-ways property lines sewer, water and gas lines ect. Designing a blueprint starts the site plan. Followed by the square footage. How many square feet a designer has will determine the lay-out and possibilities. Designers or architects may ask: How much space do I have? What is the purpose/function of the space? What is going in the space? Who is it for? Site Plan Why is it called blueprint? Lighting symbols: Webster definition: a photographic print that shows how something (such as a building) will be made a detailed plan of how to do something • site plan • floor plan • exterior elevations • electrical plan
Transcript: Ellen Interview staring Elissa Schaeppell What inspired you to write this book? Maria Carew-Chamberlain and Antia Sharma (Ellen) Script Summary Ellen Picks- Ellen interviews Ellissa Shaepell Question 1 Introduction What are some big themes in this book? Question 2
Transcript: Drawing Blue Prints Step 5 Step 6 And thats how you draw a blueprint for a building Dimension Everything-Dimension everything that you have drawn on the blueprint such as wall length, celing hight, tub depth, and distance from an appliance to a wall. Don't forget to dimension the distance of plugs to eachother and the lights. Draw Electrical Symbols-Place the appropriate symbols on the wall for things such as wall power outlets, door bells, and wall lights. For electrical items that go on the ceilign draw them on the floor under where they would go. Things such as fans, lights, and smoke detectors. Make sure everything is the right distance away and up to health code. By:Tyler Boydstun Step 4 Step 3 Draw Doors and Windows- Draw doors and windows where they are on the building, and with the doors/closets draw them open to which way they will open with a quarter circle to show the motion it will go through Locate Appliances, Plumbing, and Fixtures-Draw and label appliances such as the air conditioner, furnace, and fire place. Plumbing items such as the toilets and sinks. And other items such as the fridge and washing machines. I have never really understood how to draw blueprints for houses and buildings and I have no idea where to even start so I am going to learn how and show the steps I learned it as Step 1 What You Will Need Step 2 Draw Exterior Walls-Center your floor plan on grid paper and using a ruler draw the exteor walls proportionally to the actual size of the house you want it to be Draw Interior Walls-Draw both sides of each interior wall. Initially, just draw each wall, depending on how many rooms or walls you want there to be inside of the building, Draw arrows labeled up on which direction a staircase is going if there is one. Architect's scale T-square Adjustable triangle Mechanical pencils with leads Felt tip pens Erasers Erasing shields (for accurate erasing of only specific parts of your drawing) Compass Symbol template Long metal ruler or straight edge Tracing paper Masking tape Utility knife Big flat working surface (table) White poster board as a base for your working surface
Transcript: Demonstration Finished Product Finished Product Officer Maddox and K9 Ayla are demostrating a narcotics search. Instead of using the boxes like I made Officer Maddox used a bag that he had. The bag contained two ounces of Marijuana. In part 1 of the video Officer Maddox releases Ayla and gives her a command to search the bags a long the wall. Along the wall are normal bookbags and then his training bag. Then in part 2 of the video he begins to explain the three important things he is looking for in his K9. He explains that you will see her sitting or laying down as a final alert. There Ayla went through all three stages. First, is breathing change we saw her breathing heavier. Second is behavior change we saw her wagging her tail and moving around the bag. Third is final alert we also saw her barking and pointing her nose at the bag. When a K9 is searching it may look so quick and simple but there are actually a lot of things going on in that short period of time. The K9's officer handler must watch his/her K9 the entire search. Officer handler's look for three things from their dog indicating that they have found something. First, is breathing changes like panting. Second, is behavior change like excitement. Third, is final alert like sitting down or barking. Inside the Box It is very important to make the boxes the same exact color or style becuase if not the K9 will remember which one is the drug box by what it looks like. They will start using their eyes instead of using their nose. For a K9 it is very important that they use their nose instead of their eyes because sometimes your eyes lie to you. I painted all four boxes all black with a blue line in the middle of it. The colors that I picked represent police officers. Important Information Senior Project 2016 Painting Blue Prints I went to Home Depot and purchased all the wood and supplies needed to build the boxes. Then went to my garage and built them. Velcro is placed inside all three of the false boxes and none in the drug box. Shop and Build Part 2 Part 1 Making a K9 training box has a lot of thought and process to it. You must think of position, color, balance, and size of the boxes all because of the K9. I made four opened and coned shape boxes so when the K9 scratches at the boxes it does not tip over like square boxes would. There's four boxes total. Three of which are false boxes and one of them is the drug box. The false boxes have velcro in the inside of them so you can tell which ones are which. Also so the boxes dont scratch eachother when stacked up together. The drug box does not get velcro in it. It is also always at the bottom when all stacked up together because of the drug odor in it.
Transcript: History The First Catapult was used in 399 B.C. Blueprints The Ballista's earliest form was developed in 400 B.C., for Dionysius I of Syracuse. From the reign of Alexander the Great, the Ballista gained recognition as a siege weapon as well as being a powerful piece of field artillery. Polybius made several accounts of weaponry during the Second Punic War, which included the scorpion, which was the portable innovation of the Ballista. Mathematics Model The Macedonian Ballista Catapult Background The early Catapults were created with intent of increasing power and range of a standard crossbow. They were first introduced to Europe during the Medieval Era Such missiles were effective until 885-886 A.D., when newer defense systems rose and made catapults ineffective. U=KE U=½kx2 U=½kx2=KE=½mv2 ½kx2=½mv2 v=sqrt(kx2/m) Catapults were prominent weapons in siege warfare, as they were used by the Greeks, Romans, and Chinese. by Jesse Resurreccion
Transcript: Do... -Call Scottish men Scots -Expect to be called "Deary" or "Love" -Be invited before calling someone by their first name. (Neuliep, 2018) Kinesics- Body It is considered very rude if you are even a minute late. Being on time shows a sign of respect for the person you are meeting. Oculesics- Eye Contact Don't... -Go in for a kiss unless you are family It is said that Scots like their space. People should remain one arms distance away or more to not be considered rude or invasive (Glasgow Caledonian University, 2016). (Getty, 2016) Don't... -Stand anyone up -Be Late WARNING: (Glasgow Caledonian University, 2016) Don't... -Invade personal space. -Assume you can kiss someone as a greeting. It is reserved for family and close friends. Though women are in the workforce, most do not hold managerial positions in Scotland. References: Haptics- Touch Do... -Plan your timing. -Let the person know if you are going to be tardy. -Arrive perfectly on time or minute earlier. Don't... -Call Scottish men Scotch. It is offensive. -Bring up another person's family without first bing invited. (Glasgow Caledonian University, 2016) Do... -Give people thier space -Walk with the flow of others. Don't... Put your hands in your pockets while standing or walking. The right and left hands don't have any significance when giving or receiving. Shaking hands must be done with the right hand. Cameron. (2018, August 11). 10 Things to Know Before you Travel to Scotland. Retrieved November 4, 2018, from https://theworldpursuit.com/travel-scotland/ Cultural Clues, Do's & Taboos: Communication Guidelines for SCOTLAND. (2014, April 27). Retrieved November 4, 2018, from http://www.circlesofexcellence.com/ blog/2014/04/cultural-clues-dos-taboos-communication-guidelines-for-scotland/ Getty. (2016, March 21). 10 signature Scottish scents you'll only appreciate if you're a true Scot. Retrieved November 4, 2018, from https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/ scottish-news/national-fragrance-day-10-signature-7600817 Glasgow Caledonian University. (2016). Social Customs | GCU. Retrieved from https:// www.gcu.ac.uk/student/studentlife/international/visaimmigrationsupportandadvice/ lifeinglasgow/socialcustoms/ Neuliep, J. W. (2018). Intercultural communication: A contextual approach. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (Getty, 2016) Scots tend to "downplay expressions and hand gestures" when they are communcating with others (Cultural Clues, 2014). Chronemics-Time Avoid small talk when standing in lines. Scots don't like feeling as though they are bothering or interupting someones personal thoughts (Cultural Clues, 2014). Paralinguistics- Voice Do... -Say hello and shake hands with new people By: Catie Borgerson Blueprints Communication in scotland Common smells that you might find are... -Chips and Cheese -Prefer to smell -Buckfast Tonic Wine clean. -Scotch Malt Whisky (Getty, 2016) Proxemics- Space Don't... -Dress casually when meeting people for the first time. -Assume all Scots wear kilts. Don't... -Talk to someone you don't know while standing in a line. Do... -Look professional -Be knowledgeable in your field Do... -Shake hands with someone you've never met. -Shake with your right hand only. Physcial Appearance- Dress Do... -Make eye contact with superiors. -Keep eye contact while shaking hands Olfactics- Smell
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