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Transcript: Insert your image caption here STYLISTIC OR AESTHETIC FEATURES Includes: The specific stylistic or aesthetic features the author/illustrator uses The use of these features HINT: You may wish to include some technical codes and conventions such as shot distances, colour, lighting, offer, demand, vectors, layout etc. TEXT DESCRIPTION continued... TEXT DESCRIPTION continued... Insert your image caption here MAIN CHARACTERS Include: The main characters The effectiveness of the authors representations of the characters This is where you evaluate the book by giving opinions or recommendations. Include: A short summary of the book Your opinion/ judgement. Was it enjoyable/ uninteresting? Justify your opinion with examples from the book Provide recommendations. Would you recommend it? Who to? HINT: This can be a positive or negative evaluation. You should not introduce new evidence for your argument here. This is the background information on the book. Include: The book title The author's name The illustrators' name The type of work The central themes A brief synopsis HINT: Many writers begin a review with a catchy sentence that succinctly delivers their argument. Remember, you can introduce your review differently depending on your audience. This describes and critiques the elements of a text. Readers are positioned to view characters and events in particular ways by the reviewer (you) who shapes the invited reading. PLOT SNAPSHOT Include: A snapshot of any key incidents that stand out in the book HINT: Remember, do not give too much information away about the book. We do not want the reader to know everything that happens. CONTEXT Insert your image caption here REVIEW TEMPLATE Title of the book Author/ Illustrator Insert your image caption here JUDGEMENT TEXT DESCRIPTION Insert your image caption here Insert your image caption here

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Transcript: Which of the following were stipulations of the deal for Florida? A cost of $5 million B Spain got to keep Texas C Both A and B. D Mexico got to keep Texas. Which of the following was the stipulation for settlers coming to Stephen Austin's Texas settlement? A moral and hardworking citizens B had to become Mexican citizens C had to become catholic D all of the above Which of the following were NOT famous men who died at the Alamo? A Daniel Boone B William Travis C Sam Bowie D Davy Crockett Who was the famous Spanish missionary who started the first California mission? What state was the first to grant women the right to vote? In what city did the Chinese population get so large it became known as Chinatown? What Indian tribe came east to ask about the Bible? Who was the leader of the Mormons that led them west? What was the name of the famous silver mine in Nevada? What was the title for the head of the sheep ranch? What material was used in the southwest to build houses instead of wood? What term meant that all property in a marriage was equally owned by both parties? What is the most widely celebrated Mexican holiday? What was the three part history of the territory of Louisiana? What were the three stipulations of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? What were the three motives that Lewis and Clark had for going on their journey? What were three characteristics of life in the mining camps? What were the Spanish names for the following items of the cowboy's wardrobe: - head - legs - rope What were the Spanish names for the following items of the cowboy's wardrobe: - feet - saddle - body (over garment) What country did NOT own land that was "destined" to be part of the United States? A Britain B France C Spain D Russia What were Protestant settlers from Northern Ireland called? Which of the following was NOT a concern expressed by Americans over the Louisiana Purchase? A It might cause a war with England. B It would be impossible to govern. C It cost too much money. D The act was unconstitutional. List two results of the Great Awakening. What sect was centered in the colony of Pennsylvania? US History Ch 15-17 Review What brilliant theologian became the leader of the Great Awakening in New England? A Samuel Davies B Jonathan Edwards C Gilbert Tennent D George Whitefield

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Transcript: Structured - narrative and diagram; Clear focus & Specific scope; Comprehensive Analysis of factors; Succinct presentation of information; Clear direction for future studies Made Assumptions and failed to provide detailed background info; Less cautious in certain aspects; Some Arguments ungrounded: partly due to bad presentation of style; partly due to arbitrary statements; Some Arguments too narrow/exclusive Thank you. Theoretical understanding of chosen methodology is not provided Reason for chosen methodology is not provided “results showed a high accuracy of the measurement” Activity can be fully recovered by decreasing nitrite concentration after exposure to 1g N/L for 24 h, “confirming the results obtained by Kimura (2010)” Brief explanation of process Nitrite + Ammonium are converted to nitrogen gas in the absence of oxygen (Canziani, 2010) History of R_NiAm and R_NaAm and how it could look like Shift in focus as compared to other researchers From only studying the levels at which negative effect of nitrite would occur, to determining if effect is inhibitory or toxic Commendable move because the scope is widened, providing a clearer picture for researchers The negative effect of nitrite on anammox activity is reversible, i.e. inhibitory, rather than irreversible, i.e. toxic For introducing the anammox process Linking the theory with the practical rationale for the experiment Ground & Ceiling The recovery from nitrite inhibition during an exposure of up to 24 hours, this is against the conclusion in Egli’s paper about reactor failure Inhibition of anammox conversion due to nitrite Mode of action of nitrite “the method applied avoided any disturbances of the process during the batch measurement” Novelty of idea Clarity of presentation of purpose of experiment Scope of research Shortcomings Author explained after almost every instruction given. Idea is not new Anammox technology to treat wastewater with high ammonium content Cost effective Easily employed Designing wastewater plant Clarity of Presentation of Idea/Problem At what levels would the negative effect of nitrite occur? Is effect inhibitory or toxic? Anammox activity recovery behaviour - complete recovery? Reproducibility of Experiment Novelty of Idea Graph without A Table Conclusion Dominant anammox bacteria in a lab-scale enrichment can either be Brocadia or Kuenenia (Van der Star, 2008) Reproducibility of experiment hinges on determination of bacteria - True values are unknown, this statement is overconfident. Results Observation A Simple Visualization to Show the Relationship A.C. Anthonisen, 1976 The effect of nitrite inhibition on the anammox process Ammonium and nitrite; Ammonium and nitrite in an aerobic environment; Nitrite only; Effect of pH The Good Exposure tests Inadequate Employment of Visual aid Anammox activity recovered completely after exposure to certain level of nitrite, nitrite and ammonium, and to oxygen during nitrite incubation Theoretical understanding of the chosen methodology was not provided. Reason for chosen methodology was not provided many inhibition mechanisms for Free Nitrous Acid, not sufficient to use one mechanism to explain the inhibition The Bad Clear structure Good combination of literature Can solve the problems brought up in introduction Convincing generally Something about Percentage Discussion Enabled deeper comprehension of procedure Data analysis Assessment of Introduction - Shortcomings Introduction Not always reproducible. W. R. L., 2007 Did not show what results Kimura got, confusing Percentage that you could probably read from the graph Strous et al., 1998 Suitability and accuracy Purpose of experiment is clearly stated Assessment of Methodology - Shortcomings Assessment of Methodology - Strengths Long term recovery of anammox activity after nitrite exposure Style & Uncertainty Origin of samples for experiment Reasonable experimental conditions Rationale for procedure - 550 mg N/L first then changed to 860 mg N/L for 7 days and then changed to 540 mg N/L Nice juxtaposition Uncertainty Rationale for selecting this topic Purpose of experiment Utility of Manometric batch tests, including preliminary tests using varying levels of biomass samples with varying pH, ammonium and nitrite levels, exposure durations and conditions. Generally good! Rationale for Methodology not given - Too absolute and no evidence provided. Percentage you could probably never read or even found from the paper Reproducibility of Experiment Manometry is a convenient and simple technique of measuring the pressure variation due to a gas production or consumption caused by biochemical reactions or physical changes. ***Useful for poorly soluble gases - such as Nitrogen The activity can be recovered after long time exposure in high nitrite concentration if low nitrite concentration is provided after that, however the activity cannot be fully recovered Employment of visual aids Providing rationale for methodology The reactor

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