Transcript: Alchin, Linda. "The Cruzades." middle-ages. N.p., 20 2012. Web. 11 Nov 2012. <http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/the-crusades.htm>. End of Feudalism Social Consequences Economy All this economy, also helped end Feudalism. Serfs earned money, and were able to pay off their debts, and be free. People did not need land to be GIVEN to them anymore, now they could just buy land. Because of money, people no longer needed to rely on others so much. All this led to the Renaissance Period The social affect of the Crusades upon the social life of the western nations was very important. Some Feudal lords left to fight in Crusades and sometimes died, leaving all they had to others, and serfs were sent free to go to towns. Alchin, Linda. "The End of Medieval Cruzades." middle-ages. N.p.. Web. 11 Nov 2012. <http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/end-of-medieval-crusades.htm>. End of Cruzades What were the social and economic consequences of the Cruzades? What were Crusades? Crusades were wars started by the Christians against the Saracens, which was a name used for the Moslems. The purpose of the Crusades were for the Christians to rescue the holy places of Palestine from the Mohammedans. There were eight total Crusades, four of them being the principle Crusades and the other four were minor Crusades. The Crusades ended for many reasons. One of them was that the Christians were actually conquering all that land. Also, as time passed, the Crusades got less important, and werent thought as the way of god. Tiago Magalhaes Citation The Crusades helped Europe with economy more then you can imagine. They increased trade and economy. Crusaders brought back goods, which made other people travel to trade for these goods. Some of these goods were silk, spices, sugar, arts, and culture. With all this trading, Europe began to move forward. Different types of money began to mix, which gave need to money-traders, which eventually brought banks. With all this, Europe`s economy boomed. Population grew wealthier, so more houses were needed, bringing together towns and cities.
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Transcript: By Ruby Lampard 50% = 0.5 = 1/2 10% = 0.1 = 1/10 75% = 0.75 = 3/4 25% = 0.25 = 1/4 80% = 0.8 = 4/5 Fractions Decimals to Fractions Percentage Move the decimal point two places to the right. |Percentages|Fractions|Decimals| Fractions When is it best to use decimals , fractions and percentages? You would usually see fractions in shops when they have a sale. For example: by this at half price. Decimals Move the decimal point two places to the left. Fractions are a fraction of a number. Fractions Fractions would be best used in shops e.g. half price (1/2). Percentages Percentages would be used in shops for sales and discount vouchers. Decimals You may see decimals in shops for the prices of items and another example may be measurements. Percentages, Fractions & Decimals 0.10 = 10 0.80 = 80 0.40 = 40 0.20 = 20 0.90 = 90 Task Card Maths (m10)
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Transcript: Community Task Card 5 2 6 1 4 7 0 3 Community Task Card What are the qualities we want people to demonstrate in a community? Some qualities we want people to demonstrate in a community are A 1.They maximize peoples strengths 2.Balances the needs of everyone 3.Teamwork 4.Mobilize others/ make everyone do a fair amount of work. B 5.Contribute as a leader 6.Practise stewardship/ Responsibly act when situations go. 7.Think forward and ahead C 8.Be optimistic even when situations look bad 9.Recruit and mentor new community members. Help them fit in 10.Walk beside and not from above. Act like a normal citizen and not a king or queen. Explore the idea of community. Who or what belongs to a community? What is not part of a community? Who belongs to a community? People that share either a geographical location such as a neighbourhood or similar interests/beliefs such as a religious group. What belongs to a community? Resources, the environment and capital resources belong to a community. These all belong to the community and should be taken care of and maintained. What does not belong to a community? Some objects and buildings do not belong to a community. What would happen if we wake up tomorrow and no one wants to volunteer? All ill and in need patients will go without medical treatment. This could lead to an increased mortality rate which can be exponential to a communities survival. There would also be a lot of diseases and illnesses brought back into existence. Explore the idea of community. Who or what belongs to a community? What is not part of a community? Who belongs to a community? People that share either a geographical location such as a neighbourhood or similar interests/beliefs such as a religious group. What belongs to a community? Resources, the environment and capital resources belong to a community. These all belong to the community and should be taken care of and maintained. What does not belong to a community? Some objects and buildings do not belong to a community. Can anyone be a volunteer? Can anyone be a valuable member of our community? Explain. Can anyone be a volunteer? Anyone can be a volunteer if they have training within the field they are volunteering for. When volunteering you will receive the vital training needed for your volunteer work. Can anyone be a valuable member of a community? Anyone can be a valuable member of the community and benefit the community. Anyone can help to clean the environment of plant new trees. These tasks don’t take much training and can be completed by any member of a community. Advertisment https://www.powtoon.com/online-presentation/g74Ak7bd9tX/community-ad/?mode=movie What does a community look like? A community looks like a place on the earth that humans reside in and socialize in. We all come to a place to talk and play in a place of community. It can be a garden or a whole town but community means somewhere you enjoy being in. How might a volunteer benefit from the work that they do? Volunteers are widely view as gaining nothing back from their work but there is a huge range of benefits that volunteers get. For example you can make amazing new people and make new friends that you would usually have never made. When you have done this you start to learn how to connect with others and will learn lots of valuable social and relationship skills. Another benefit is that it is good for your mental health and your body. It gives you a great dose of self confidence and self-esteem. It also combats depression by making you talk to people so you cant suffer from social isolation, you are also very close to the helplines every step of the way. And it is very fun! How can a teenager in St Helena contribute positively in a community? Teenagers in general get a bad reputation straight off of the bat, most people think that they provide nothing to society but a lot of teenagers contribute many positive thing to their community. For example they can talk with leaders and discuss issues. They can also help out elders and minors but most people don’t let them because of the stereotypical teenagers. Find a quote that embodies the idea of community. Explain why you have chosen this. There are two main morals in this quote from Mitch Ablom (A TV Host, voice actor, play writer, author, and Active community volunteer). The first is the message about being devoted and committed to your community. Everything you do for your community, should be the best you can do, otherwise there is no point in being a part of that community. The second is to be committed to creating something that is meaningful and has purpose. Research ways that our community is supported. Choose three you agree are the most important Keep the environment clean by picking up rubbish Shop with local businesses Attend local festivals and events Plant trees in parks Volunteer for services e.g. CFA, St John's Ambulance The Three most important are: Volunteering for services - because it good to help out in
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