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Transcript: Should teen driving be regulated? Parental Role upon regulations No! Regulations are not needed! Yes! Teen driving should be regulated! Its the circle of life Parents play a large role in a teenagers driving life. At the early teenage years (12-15) teens pay partial attention to their parents driving habits, to prepare for their own time. Most teens don’t notice that they are paying silent attention, but they are. Considering the fact that parents will most likely teach their teen their way of driving before going into drivers ed. (which also shows that they don’t believe in the works of the teaching) most parents are worried and relieved for their teen. Now that the taxi services are over, parents are excited upon the arrival of the step into adulthood now that their child is beginning to drive. On the other hand, they are worried for their teens’ safety on the road. What if regulating teenage driving settle their silent prayers while their teen walks out the door for possibly the last time? Now, here are some reasons why... A program by the name of NHTSA (The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) took percentages of the toughest laws governing teenage driving and states with less restrictive laws. They both had a teenage driving reduction at a ratio of 21:11%. Here are the main of the restrictions that were made so that the reduction rate was higher : •Supervised driving hours of 60 or more •Passenger restrictions while a teen is driving •Three month waiting period for teens to get license •Nighttime driving restrictions I believe that these restrictions should be made nationally. Some parental regulations! With that said, I firmly believe that teenage driving should be regulated, so everyone can enjoy life in a safe environment. I’m not saying that there should be drastic changes for teens, that will affect teen’s life as they grow up. I’m just saying that there should be slight adjustments to the rules, all for safety reasons, such as some regulations listed earlier. In reality drivers ed does not keep teens safe on the road. The government themselves has even admitted to the fact that drivers education is not effective at all at making teens better drivers. Some teachers in the drivers ed division, just teach the students upon how to pass a simple test. Whereas, the more developed teachers teach the students things about how to handle situations on the road. When it comes down to actually being on the road its basically Skill vs. Knowledge. Spending all the time in the world reading about how to do the simple things such as: Parallel park,back out of a driveway, brake, U-turn (etc.) will just give you thoughts about doing the real thing. Actually getting outside and doing such things will give the student skill. So, which is better? I believe that all the knowledge in a book may give you some advantages to a certain extent, but having skill and knowing what to do in a real life situation outnumbers that. Some Statistics •Passenger restrictions •Geographic restrictions •Time/Curfew restrictions •Must call upon arrivals •Cell Phone restrictions •Freeway restrictions •DWI restrictions •Maintaining grades in school •Seat belt restrictions And here is why... Teen driving is the #1 cause of death for people of age between 15 & 20.(Teens). Not only that, but 43,000+ teens die yearly due to automobiles. The top 6 reasons why teens get into car crashes: Immaturity, Inexperience, Speeding,DWI (Drinking while Driving) , Distractions (Such as food,drinks, people, phones, etc.), and Seat belt issues Drivers Ed, Is it really helping? I understand that teens just want to have fun and grow up. isn’t that what life is all about? Of course driving is apart of life’s greatest adventure, especially in the 21st century where technology is taking over the world. I also understand that the freedom of going to places (sometimes) whenever you want, wherever you want, is the dream life. Even, the new promotion of being the new chauffeur for those of us who have siblings, may be a burden but deep down love it. All of it can be an amazing experience.

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Transcript: What recent event is having a similar effect in America? Include details about events that have happened recently that are effected by your event. You may use these resources: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/r/race/index.html http://abcnews.go.com/topics/news/issues/racism.htm http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/27/freddie-gray-funeral_n_7150750.html?ref=topbar Income inequality - http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2011/02/income-inequality-in-america-chart-graph Research Project How can a novel like To Kill A Mockingbird lead to positive change? How was your event changed by protests and laws after 1960? 2. What were the effects of your event? details Insert a graphic or video to support More information about effects How is the event related to the novel To Kill A Mockingbird? Be specific about events in the novel that are influenced by the real-life event you are researching. You may include a you tube video from the movie of the novel Insert a video from the research Time Place What led to it? Your research presentation must answer five questions: 1. What is your historical event? 2. What were the effects of your event? 3. How is the event related to the novel To Kill A Mockingbird? 4. What recent event is having a similar effect in America? 5. How can a novel like To Kill A Mockingbird lead to positive change? 1. What is your historical event? Information from research about how the event impacted people To Kill A Mockingbird

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Transcript: Other video, documentary trailer, new story, link to a website on this issue, ted talk, podcast, graphs, article, relevant quote, moving image, etc... Death Penalty Debate Liberal's view: Against the Death Penalty Here I would provide evidence to support the reason listed. Refer to research studies, statistics, court cases, surveys, personal stories, laws, etc. Be sure to include a link or citation for where you got the information Provide a video that helps to make the conservative side of the argument in support of the death penalty. The video may be of a new story on this topic, a trailer to a documentary, ted talk, public service announcement, etc. Provide a comprehensive summary of the video. Include some quotes from the video in your summary. Be sure to include in text citation of where you got the video. Here I would provide evidence to support the reason listed. Refer to research studies, statistics, court cases, surveys, personal stories, laws, etc. Be sure to include a link or citation for where you got the information Provide a video that helps to make the conservative side of the argument in support of the death penalty. The video may be of a new story on this topic, a trailer to a documentary, ted talk, public service announcement, etc. Provide a comprehensive summary of the video. Include some quotes from the video in your summary. Be sure to include in text citation of where you got the video. Here I would provide evidence to support the reason listed. Refer to research studies, statistics, court cases, surveys, personal stories, laws, etc. Be sure to include a link or citation for where you got the information Other video, documentary trailer, new story, link to a website on this issue, ted talk, podcast, graphs, article, relevant quote, moving image, etc... "The death penalty is a punishment that fits the crime of murder; it is neither ‘cruel' nor ‘unusual.' Executing a murderer is the appropriate punishment for taking an innocent life" (http://www.studentnewsdaily.com/conservative-vs-liberal-beliefs/). Here I would summarize my position on the topic. Are you more in agreement with the liberal or conservative position? Why? Reason 3 & Supporting Evidence: Killing an innocent person Video two: Death Penalty Debate http://www.buzzle.com/articles/reasons-against-capital-punishment-death-penalty.html Video from youtube Title: The Death Penalty Debate Posted by: THNKR Time: 4:51 Reason 2 & Supporting Evidence: Provide a video that helps to make the liberal side of the argument against the death penalty. The video may be of a new story on this topic, a trailer to a documentary, ted talk, public service announcement, etc. Provide a comprehensive summary of the video. Include some quotes from the video in your summary. Be sure to include in text citation of where you got the video. Reason 1 & Supportive Evidence: Inhumane & Cruel Punishment Video from youtube. Title: World Day Against the Death Penalty 2012 Posted by: AmnestyInternational Time: 1:56 Here I would provide evidence to support the idea that the death penalty is "inhumane & cruel." Refer to research studies, statistics, court cases, surveys, personal stories, laws, etc. Be sure to include a link or citation for where you got the information Here I would provide evidence to support the reason listed. Refer to research studies, statistics, court cases, surveys, personal stories, laws, etc. Be sure to include a link or citation for where you got the information Reason 3 & Supporting Evidence: Here I would summarize the conservative position on the topic. Death Penalty Provide a video that helps to make the liberal side of the argument against the death penalty. The video may be of a new story on this topic, a trailer to a documentary, ted talk, public service announcement, etc. Provide a comprehensive summary of the video. Include some quotes from the video in your summary. Be sure to include in text citation of where you got the video. Here I would summarize the liberal position on the topic. According to the liberal view, "the death penalty should be abolished. It is inhumane and is ‘cruel and unusual' punishment. Imprisonment is the appropriate punishment for murder. Every execution risks killing an innocent person" (http://www.studentnewsdaily.com/conservative-vs-liberal-beliefs/). Here I would define the issue (I.e. What is death penalty? What is the debate about?). Give some background on the debate (history). State where policies stand at this time (current laws). http://www.worldcoalition.org/ Kelli Rodriguez Video one: World Day Against Death Penalty My View Explain the significant/relevancy of the website, quote, ted talk, image, etc. Provide a summary. Explain why you choose the ted talk, quote, etc... (how it supports the conservative view). http://cristianaziraldo.altervista.org/the-death-penalty/ Conservative View: For the Death Penalty Reason 1 & Supportive Evidence:

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Transcript: Assault rifles are used in only 3% of homicides each year and 0.5% of violent crimes (Caldwell 20). There is no conclusive evidence in over a decade of research that smaller clip sizes have any crime or violence-reduction effects (Caldwell 20). A ban on assault weapons in 1994 proved largely ineffective (Caldwell 20). This ban was based on the premise that semi-automatic firearms, otherwise known as assault weapons, were a major contributor to crime. Statistically, however, these firearms are the least likely to be used in a crime (Caldwell 20). Works Cited Conclusion We defend our president, congressmen, governors, celebrities, sporting events, banks, jewelry stores, office buildings, factories, and courts with guns, however, we defend ourselves and our children with signs that read, "This is a Gun Free Zone." Counterarguments Debate Presentation Winkler, A. (2006). GUN CONTROL: OLD PROBLEMS, NEW PARADIGMS: The Reasonable Right to Bear Arms. Stanford Law & Policy Review, Vol 17, p597. Wells, G. (2012, December 29). Colorado in crosshairs of gun control debate. Gazette, The (Colorado Springs, CO). Thirty-five states have implemented "Right-to-Carry" laws which allow citizens a license to carry a concealed weapon (Caldwell 20). In nearly all of these states, homicide rates declined after citizens were given this means of self-defense and protection (Caldwell 20). "I don't believe they make any difference. Criminals will get guns through legal or illegal means. Most people want a gun for personal protection, so background checks only interfere with their right to safety (Roper). Works Cited 2 The second amendment, the right to bear arms, allows citizens to protect themselves from criminals. The second amendment also has a historical precedent, and gun control legislation has been ineffective. Historical Support Thesis Protection The Supreme Court ruled in 1939, in a case called "US v. Miller," that the 2nd amendment only protects guns suitable for a well-regulated militia -- for example, sawed-off shotguns can be banned because they're not "ordinary military equipment" (Winkler 597). In 2008, the Supreme Court upheld the verdict that the Second Amendment requires the federal government to give law abiding citizens consent to keep a handgun in the home for the purpose of protection (Giles & Lund 1). The 200 million-plus privately owned firearms in the United States grew by an estimated 37 million during the 1990s (Caldwell). If more guns equal more crime, then crime rates should be at an all-time high. However, rates for violent crime fell every year from 1991 until 2000 (Caldwell 20). Despite having 37 million more firearms, violent crime was at a 40 year low (Caldwell 20). "Criminals do not obey the law, so there's no sense in disarming law abiding citizens from protecting themselves. I don't want my wife or myself becoming a victim" (Wells). If guns kill people, do pencils misspell words? Guns don't kill people, people kill people. Background to Gun Control Caldwell, R. J. (2003). Let Ineffective Assault Weapons' Ban Expire. Human Events, 59(20) Roper, P. (2013, August 4). Rivera sees no reason to limit gun-owner rights. Pueblo Chieftain, The (CO). Gun Control is Ineffective

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Transcript: Job opportunities Top 10 industries required multilingual employees in UK employment market place Multi-lingual Example: Multilingual Employees can earn between 8 and 10 percent more than monolingual employees (Recruitment agencies cited in BBCNews 2008) According to a study carried out by the University of Florida, the University of Miami and the Florida Department of Education, Florida Hispanics who are fluent in Spanish and English earn almost $7,000 more than their English-only counterparts Top 10 language skills have the current highest demand in the UK employment market place. (Messele, A & Michael, EW 2009) Example: Future employees will need to be multi-lingual Lecturer: Mr.E Group: 1 Team name: Darkvader Team Members Pham Trinh Son Tung - s3256234 Thai Thi Thu Hang - s3256151 Learning more knowledge (ConsumerAffair 2011) The demand for bilingual employees is expected to grow faster than average over the next decade (Mission 2011) More than 6,000 job postings seeking bilingual applicants on CareerBuilder.com (Morsch 2010) The multinational interpreting and translation company, Thebigword.com, plans to create up to 3,000 more jobs for linguists this year to meet a growing need. (ConsumerAffair 2011) Higher Income Photo source: http://www.a2zli.com abc Figures: DEFINITION A multilingual person, in the broadest definition, is one who can communicate in more than two languages, be it actively (through speaking and writing) or passively (through listening and reading). Higher Income Facts: ADVANTAGES Figures: Top 10 industries required multilingual employees in UK employment market place Facts Top 10 language skills have the current highest demand in the UK employment market place. Facts: Advantages Job opportunities EVIDENCES The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games (Luddy 2008) Latinos are the largest minority group in the U.S., placing Spanish and English bilinguals in particular demand (U.S. Census Bureau 2009) 64 percent of business executives speak two or more languages (Korn/Ferry International 2008) Employment of interpreters and translators is expected to increase 22 percent between 2008 and 2018 (The Labour Department 2011) Polyglot Communication: Be more efficient communicatiors (Science Daily 2009) Advantages - Evidences & Explaining Conclusion (Paradowski, MB 2010) Definitions

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