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Transcript: After retiring from the show, Frank and I would perform few shows for select causes. I started to make a comeback to showbiz, but in November 1922 I was in a terrible car accident. I fractured my hip and broke my ankle. I was never able to perform again. How I got Started I was born Ann Moses on August 13, 1860. My Father died of pneumonia when I was young, and I was sent away to a poor farm when my mother couldn't take care of my 6 siblings and I. I ran away 2 years later and was reunited with my mother. We had trouble making money so I began shooting game and selling the meat to pay off our mortgage. Life After Showbiz Together Forever How I met my Husband A local hotel owner set up a shooting match between a famous sharpshooter, Frank Butler and I on Thanksgiving Day 1875. I was only 15 years old. To everyone's amazement I won by one shot. Frank and I soon fell in love and we married a year later. I performed my 1st show when Frank's show partner fell ill. He needed someone to fill in, so I stepped up to the plate. I soon became a huge hit and Frank stopped performing and became my manager. Frank and I met "Buffalo Bill" Cody while performing in New Orleans. He was amazed with our act and we soon started working in his show. My Rise to Fame Over our 16 seasons with Buffalo Bill we entertained many very important people. I have performed for Queen Victoria twice, shot a cigarette out of Kaiser Wilhelm II's mouth at 30 paces, and been nicknamed "Little Sure Shot" by Sitting Bull. I was an American sharpshooter and exhibitionist during the Wild West. I could shoot the end of a cigarette held in my husbands lips, and hit the thin edge of a playing card at 30 paces. I have become known as the greatest woman sharpshooter. I am Annie Oakley Who Am I? On November 3, 1926 I passed away of natural causes at the age of 66. Frank was extremely depressed by my death and couldn't bear the thought that we weren't together anymore. He passed away of a broken heart 18 days later. Historical Figure Presentation Frank and I moved back home after my health took an unfortunate turn over the next few years. I enjoyed shooting quail from my roof to keep my spirits high. Special Audiences The Final Golden Years

Historical Figure Presentation

Transcript: Historical Figures Presentation Mireya Peinado EEC1000 Abigail Adams Eliot Introduction October 9, 1892- October 29, 1992​ Dorchester, Massachusetts ​ Graduated from Radcliffe College​ Social worker at Children's Mission to Children​ Studied at Oxford​ Worked at the Massachusetts Minimum Wage Committee ​ Women's Education Association sent her to study at the Rachel McMillan Nursery School Historical Period The Great Depression Era (1920's)​ Difficult time period​ Extreme poverty, unemployment and health issues ​ Children attended school from ages 5-14​ Enter workforce or attend their siblings​ Teaching method was Chalk and Talk​ Focused on teacher's lecture Views and Theories Public School System School system was based on vocational education Due to societal needs Focused on job & trades Student-led classrooms Build social skills & independence Nursery School Movement Established due to difficult time period & lack of care Initially prioritized care over education Feed, clean & care for children Focus on mental & physical health Some provided education Social & classroom skills Views and Theories (cont.) Characteristics of Nursery Schools Appropriate class environment Safe & Clean Furniture for children Colorful & friendly Adequate learning tools Chairs & Tables Accessible materials Surrounding art Inspired children to be creative Work independently Use the materials they desire Trained teachers Understand children emotionally, socially and academically Contribution to ECE Nursery School Movement (1922) Founded 1st nursery school in the U.S (Boston) Method Education, home economics and social work Teach educators and parents Focused on children's health and well being Helped children work independently, interact and explore their surroundings Inspired more nursery schools Graduates established more in the U.S, Canada and foreign countries Contribution to ECE (cont.) National Association for Nursery Education (1926) Became NAEYC in 1964 One of the leaders in this organizations During Roosevelt's emergency relief program Established standards for teachers and children education Serves as a guideline today for early childhood education Resources (n.d.). Retrieved from Abigail Adams Eliot. (2020, October 02). Retrieved from Childhood in the 1920s and 1930s. (n.d.). Retrieved from Liebovich, B. (2016). Abigail Eliot and Margaret McMillan Bringing the Nursery School to the United States [PDF]. Eliot, Abigail Adams (1892-1992). (2017, March 15). Retrieved from Gordon, K. A., Garcia-Nevarez, A., J., R. H., & Valero-Kerrick, A. (2014). Early childhood education: Becoming a professional.

Historical Figure Presentation

Transcript: Maria Montessori By: Hannah Harlan Childhood Born August 31 1870 in Chiaravalle, Italy Childhood She attended Via di San Nicolo da Tolentino (from 1874 to 1876) which was a local school. Maria father was an accountant in the civil service and her mother was well educated and loved to read Pictures Title Maria's Education Enrolled at the University of Rome to study physics, math, and natural sciences in 1890 Maria's Education She continued school at the Regio Istituto Tecnico Leonardo da Vinci from 1886 to 1890. She was one of the first women to study at the University of Rome She was one of the first women to enter the Faculty of Medicine Medical School She didn't have the easiest time at medical school Medical School no mixed classes experienced prejudice from male class mates She became a doctor on July 10 1896, one of the first women After School Returned to Rome in November 1896 After School Worked as a surgical assisant at Santo Spirito Hospital Her love for her Patients She worked with the poor, and sometimes with their children Patients She prioritized her patients - Made sure they were warm and fed Visited Asylums for with mental disorders Pictures The Asylum Asylums were very bare and unfurnished Children Desperate for sensory stimulation She began to educate herself - Children with learning differences - Studied the work of Jean Marc Itard and Eduouard Sèguin Pictures Children's House She established Casa dei Bambini (Children's hosue) on January 6, 1907 The School She only put activities in her room that would support their natural development 5-year-olds were reading and writing Her first book Main Premises Respect for the child - Independent learning Method The Absorbent Mind - Free exploration and uninterrupted learning Sensitive Periods - Children "Ripe" at different times than other The Prepared Environment - Filled with readily available and well organized materials for learning Auto education - Prepared an appropriate learning environment and give choices Montessori Teachers Less prominent in the learning process They allow free exploration Teachers They are there as an aid and if guidance is needed Pictures Citations Pictures Articles Author Unknown (2020). Montessori Method (Montessori). Learning Theories. Author unknown (2021). Biography of Maria Montessori. Association Montessori Internationale. Articles


Transcript: room:250 preiod 7/8 A Pioneer Teacher When Confucius Died Conclusion TheTeachings Of Confucianisam Many people think that confucius was China's first professionional teacher. he tought his students his views of life and the goverment. cofucius also went out to find someone to pass down his teachings The teachings of confucius came to have a major impact or effect on chinese goverment. that it became part of the basic traning fot the members of the civil service. like the merit system The teachings of conucius helped guide many of the ancient chinese in how to behave.chinese also practiced confucianisam with there existing religious tradition. who is confucius? confucius was born in 551 B.C. he had a noble family but poor .he liked to learn but he was mostly self-taught.confucius also wanted to be apart of an important goverment office. People should know their place in the family and in the society. From the very poorest upward none has ever come to me without receiving instruction i instruct only a student who bursts with eagerness. mr.Alabi Extra Information CONFUCIUS confucius hoped to bring peace,stability and prosperity to China's kingdom. he felt that his role was to pass on the forgotten teachings of wise people from an earlier age because he did not claim to be a original thinker. Religious Traditions The reason why i did my historical figure presentation on confucius because his name sounded cool. Also he was a teacher in China and i always wanted to go there one day. Another reason is that when i read about this person he sounded interisting. This project was really fun because i got to use a website that i never seen befor or heard of it was a really cool website to. Asiana Jackson Confucius Words Early years Information confucius was the most famouse and important of the early chinese thinkers. the chinese called him Kong Fu Zi or master Kong because he was a good teacher He is a Chinese teacher and philosopher. Confucius was the founder of the humanistic school of philosophy known as the Ju or Confucianism. It taught the concepts of benevolence, ritual, and propriety. Confucius, an obscure school teacher, found this situation horrifying, and he attempted to seek a remedy by reviving the great moral teachings of the sages of the past. That he failed is unimportant, for his teachings had a profound influence on later Chinese thought and formed the basis for the dominant Chinese ideology, known as Confucianism. The Influence Of Confucius He died in 479 B.C. At the age of 73. By the time of his death he believed his life had been a failure but he had no way that his teachings would been followed for many centuries.

Historical Figure Presentation

Transcript: Houston Ministerial Association Speech John F. Kennedy Accomplishments President John F Kennedy became the 35 president after he won the election of 1960. He became one of the youngest presidents and the first catholic president. About John F Kennedy 1. Youngest ever elected president 2. Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Medal for Heroism during World War 2 3. Took U.S economy out of recession through his reforms John F Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 by Lee Harvey Oswald. Hardships Early Life Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in Massachusetts. He was born into one of the wealthiest families in America and attended Harvard University. He joined the navy in 1941 where he became a hero. Kennedy faced many issues as president but one he faced even before becoming president was the anti-catholic bias. But at the end he was able to overcome that and accomplish many great things as president. September 12, 1960 at the Rice Hotel in Houston, TX The Famous Speech Purpose of the Speech- The purpose of his speech was to set the record straight that his religion has nothing to do with his campaign. He also explains the real issues that should determine the campaign like communism, poverty in America and the space race not religious ones. He continues to talk about how he believes the separation of church and church is very important. "I am not the catholic candidate for president. I am the Democratic Party's candidate for president..... I do not speak for my church on public matters, and the church does not speak for me"

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