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Transcript: Swan (Soowan Lee) Newspaper & Magazine Newspaper & Magazine Newspaper Newspapers Newspapers : A printed paper that tells about the issues and event in the world everyday. Usage: People read the newspaper and they can know what is happening in the world. History Newspapers began circulating in 17th century. Johann Carolus was the first person who published the newspaper in 1605. The first newspapered appeared in 1966. History Timeline Timeline Video manufacture Magazine Definition: A periodical publication containing articles and illustrations, typically covering a particular subject or area of interest. Useage: Weuse magazine when we want to know about the thing that you are interested. Magazine History In 1731, an Englishman named Edward Cave published a periodical called The Gentleman's Magazine. He invented the word “magazine”. Timeline Timeline Manufactured Magazine Manufacturer Newspaper products The Products that made from old newspapers Envelopes Tools & materials - glue, scissors, pencil and the old newspaper 1. Fold the newspaper triangle 4 times and cut it. 2. Then fold the sides over, dab some glue on their bottom edges, and fold over the bottom flap. Envelopes 1. Cut the newspaper in small piece 2. Write what you want to 3. Make a hole 4. Put a string inside the hole Bookmark Bookmark Materials - newspaper, string 1. Open the newspaper and cut along the center fold. You'll need 11-12 pieces of cut newsprint. Tightly roll it the long way. When completely rolled, flatten. 2. Add glue to secure. Repeat until you have made 11-12 newspaper reeds. Try to make them approximately the same width. (Our newspaper reeds ends up being about 1 inch wide.) 3. Now lay four reeds vertically on the table in front of you. Weave four other reeds through them, centering the woven part in the middle. 4. It will now look like a cross made out of newspaper. 5.Fold the ends of the reeds up and begin weaving another newsprint reed through the spokes, moving around the basket to make the first layer of the basket's sides. Glue the reed's ends together by overlapping. Continue with two to three more layers of reeds, building up the basket's sides. Now fold over the reeds that are still sticking up either into or out of the basket. Trim if necessary and tuck the ends down into or up and under existing weaving.1. Basket Materials - Glue, newspaper Materials - newspaper, tape Pencil case Pencil case 1. Get lots of newspaper and fold it half like a circle and stable it with the tape. 2. Connect other in together and tape it. Materials - Glue, newspaper. Paper bag Paper Bag Magazine Products Products made by Magazine Basket Materials - Magazine, scissors, a long circle stick and glue Basket Necklace Materials - String, glue , magazine and scissors 1. Cut the magazine in a same distance and roll it then glue it. 2. Put in the string and tie the string. Necklace picture frame materials- magazine, scissors, glue, thick paper (instead of frame) Picture frame cup holder materials - tape, newspaper and scissors Pencil holder Materials - Cardboard, glue gun, scissors and pencil Pencil holder APA The Paper Making Process. (2018). YouTube. Retrieved 3 May 2018, from The Paper Making Process. (2018). YouTube. Retrieved 3 May 2018, from APA


Transcript: After the name of the article, give the sponsor of the site, the date of publication, the medium, and the date of access. After the name of the newspaper, give the publisher, publication date, medium, and access date. How to cite a Map or Chart Examples How to Cite a Personal Interview How to cite a Survey you Constructed Cite a map or chart as you would a book or a short work within a longer work and include the world Map or Chart after the title. Add the medium publication. For an online source, end with the date of access. "Australia." Map. Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection. U of Texas, 1999. Web. 4 Nov. 2010. California. Map. Chicago: Rand, 2002. Print. Shapiro, Walter. "The Quest for Universal Healthcare." Salon. Salon Media Group, 21 Feb. 2008. Web. 2 Mar. 2008. Bustillo, Miguel, and Carol J. Williams. "Old Guard in Cuba Keeps Reins." Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times, 25 Feb. 2008. Web. 26 Feb. 2011. List the person interviewed; the label Telephone interview, Personal interview, or E-mail interview; and the Date the interview took place. Example Freedman, Sasha. Person interview. 10 Nov. 2011. How to Cite an E-mail Newspaper Magazine/Newspaper Include the writer's name; the subject line, in quotation marks (for email); Message to (not italicized or in quotation marks) followed by the recipient's name; the date of the message; and the medium of delivery (E-mail). (MLA style hyphenates e-mail.) Example Harris, Jay. "Thought on Impromptu Stage Productions." Message to the author. 16 July 2006. E-mail. Here is the format of how to cite a survey you constructed and distributed: Last name, First name. "Name of survey." Survey. DD Month YYYY. Magazine

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Transcript: Sophie Wargo Blue vs. Gray About the life of the war victims 1864 The Country Splits The North and the South In the quarrel between two sides, the American Civil War has begun. American Civil War Choose a side. Ever since the American Civil War broke out three years ago, the people of the country have been divided into two sides. One side of the war, the Confederate group, had different opinions on the way the Union was running the country. Whether people support the Union or the Confederacy is entirely up to them, but most supporters live in an appropriate residence. The Union has control over the north side of the country, where most Union supporters typically live, and the Confederates have control over the south. It is not hard to spot soldiers of either side of the war. Union soldiers are referred to as "bluebelly Yankees," or just "Yankees," because of their blue uniforms. Confederate soldiers, however, wear simple gray uniforms, and the two sides are easily distinguished. It does seem as if the Confederates have less power over the Union due to their lack of popularity and resources. These soldiers each fight to protect their own side and beliefs, but they can't both win. Whoever will win in the end gets to run the country the way they believed was right, so there is a lot at stake for not only the two sides, but for the entire country. Hannalee Reed The Reeds Fight the War There are currently four living Reeds, losing the father of their family to the war, and a baby carried by the mother on the way. Rosellen Sanders is a family friend of the Reeds, just like her mother, and girlfriend of Davey Reed. The Reed Family Hannalee Reed, a young girl from Georgia, must learn how to survive and cope with the American Civil War in her country. She comes from a family of Confederates, her brother being a Confederate soldier like their father before he died in an army hospital last winter. Hannalee must also deal with the people in her life; her mother, pregnant with her father's child; her little brother Jem, whom she has to look out for; her older brother Davey, the soldier fighting in the war, and Rosellen Sanders, her town's prettiest girl and Davey's current girlfriend, who is beginning to give up on him because he won't marry her. When part of the Union army comes to her town and takes all the millworkers, including her, Jem, and Rosellen, the three have to stick together to survive. However, after many of Hannalee's elaborate plans to keep them all together, they all get taken by different Northeners to work for them. Now Hannalee has to go on an adventure to get back to her home with those she loves and survive the war. Advice to Hannalee Reed When dealing with a problem, one often turns to another for advice. Hannalee Reed has many problems falling on her shoulders, and some advice doesn't seem like a bad thing for her. When I got taken away from my home and sold by the Union, I escaped my owners' home to run away and find Jem and Rosellen. I want to bring them home with me, but Rosellen doesn't want to come home. She wants to stay with her new owners in her new home, and I think she doesn't want to be with Davey anymore. I want Rosellen to come home, not only for us, but for her mother as well, but I don't know what to do to make her come home. - Hannalee Reed First of all, I think trying to get Jem and go back home is dangerous. If you get caught by the Union soldiers, they could send you to their jail or sell you to different owners. However, if you were to go back home, I don't think you should make Rosellen come with you. She may be happier where she is, and might feel more protected and as though her life has improved. You two might not see things the same way, but she should be entitled to her choices. - Sophie Wargo The Most Important Battle of the Civil War The Battle of Gettysburg One of the battles in the war was the Battle of Gettysburg, a significant event in history. During the American Civil War, there were many battles fought between the Union and Confederacy. The Battle of Gettysburg was a historical event during the Civil War, and called the most significant battle of the war. Gettysburg is located in Pennsylvania, where Union and Confederate troops clashed from July 1-July 3 in 1863. General Robert E. Lee, commander of the Union army, took his army into Pennsylvania after winning a battle in Northern Virginia. The Union was victorious in the Battle of Gettysburg, while the Confederates lost. Gettysburg

Magazine & Newspaper

Transcript: This guide in the library can show us how to find journals, magazines and newspapers in most libraries Journals and magazines are called periodicals, which means that they are publications issued 'periodically', such as weekly, monthly, quarterly. A broader term (serials) is used when referring to periodicals (i.e. journals and magazines), newspapers and annuals. Serials are available online, in print, or in microform nowadays in the most of libraries around the world. If you need additional assistance in finding periodicals, do not hesitate to ask staff at the reference desk at the Library. There are a conventional way to locate newspapers and magazines. All publications are shelved alphabetically by title, except when they are published annually, in which case they have a call number and are shelved with general books. Another important service is that If you need to know whether the library has a particular journal or newspaper, and whether that serial is available online, in print, or in microform, you will have to search in the library catalog. Locating Journals, Magazines and Newspapers A library is a place in which literary and artistic materials, such as books, periodicals, newspapers, pamphlets, prints, records, and tapes, are kept for reading, reference, or lending. Libraries collects sources of information in its various forms (print and non-print) by different ways and manage these sources (cataloguing, classification, arrangement) and present these sources to the beneficiary of the library (readers, pioneers, researchers) by easiest ways through a number of library services such as (circulation, photography) through a number of workers and specialists in the field of libraries and information. As we all know that locating a book or a magazine on a library will take a very long time if it isn’t following any protocols or what called by the library terms as cataloging. Steps to locate a Magazine & Newspaper in YUC library Library catalog Catalogue is used for: 1. Find out what items the library owns on our topic. 2. Find where a specific item is located in the library. 3. Find out what issues of a periodical the library owns. 4. Placing a hold, recall or paging request. 1. Power search (Advanced search). A library catalog (or library catalogue) is a register of all bibliographic items found in a library or group of libraries, such as a network of libraries at several locations. A bibliographic item can be any information entity (e.g., books, computer files, graphics, regalia, cartographic materials, etc.), that is considered library material (e.g., a single novel in an anthology), or a group of library materials (e.g. a trilogy), or linked from the catalog (e.g., a webpage) as far as it is relevant to the catalog and to the users of the library. The card catalog was a familiar sight to library users for generations, but it has been effectively replaced by the online public access catalog (OPAC). Some still refer to the online catalog as a "card catalog." Some libraries with OPAC access still have card catalogs on site, but these are now strictly a secondary resource and are hardly updated. Some libraries have eliminated their card catalog in favor of the OPAC for the purpose of saving space for other use, such as additional shelving. For example: in YUC catalog there are two search options: 2. Quick search. Step.2: Reading Area The library offers a comfortable seating area contains a sofa next to the magazine and newspaper holder, which offers to readers the possibility to change the newspaper or magazine easily without any long walk or disturb. YUC library – Learning gate - (n.d.) retrieved April 5, 2014, from Libraries and their importance in society (n.d) retrieved April 20, 2014, from References Even if you don’t have much time to read, you can enjoy newspapers. Newspaper publishers do their best to make their papers appealing and easy to read. Why? Because it makes good business sense. We readers, after all, are busy people with limited time. We also are the ones who buy the newspaper and the products and services advertised in a newspaper’s pages. When you invest time and effort in learning how to read a newspaper, you can significantly improve your reading skills, vocabulary, general and community knowledge, as well as improve communications with family, coworkers, and friends. Reading a newspaper is fun, and it provides immediate benefits to readers. What are some of the reasons people read newspapers? • To be informed citizens about local, national and world news and events • To contribute something informative to a conversation • For specific reasons, such as finding a job or hiring a service • For personal enrichment and fun! There’s two main ways newspapers are published: print (newsstand copy) and electronic (e- newspapers). Most large print

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