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Transcript: As South Carolina's last royal governor left, royal government left with him. In came Provincial Congress but everything was far from over. The colony found itself split over the Provincial congress came into play. South Carolinians had mixed feelings about the revolution about to take place. Many South Carolinians called Patriots supported it. They wanted complete independence from Britain. Many of the planters and merchants didn't join the patriots at first because they benefited from Britain. Many colonists joined the Loyalists for this reason exactly. Many Loyalists feared that a revolution would be the perfect time for slaves to revolt, which kept them from the patriots. The two sides got to a point where they not only fought Great Britain but each other. Sons of Liberty Francis "swamp fox" Marion Stamp Act As South Carolina's last royal governor left, royal government left with him. In came Provincial Congress but everything was far from over. The colony found itself split over the Provincial congress came into play. South Carolinians had mixed feelings about the revolution about to take place. Many South Carolinians called Loyalists didn't support it. They like the protection and benefit Britain offered. Many of the planters and merchants joined the loyalists at first because they benefited from Britain and didn't want to be independent. Many colonists joined the Loyalists for this reason exactly. Many Loyalists feared that a revolution would be the perfect time for slaves to revolt, which kept them from the patriots. The two sides got to a point where they not only fought Great Britain but each other. After declaring independence from the British, South Carolina’s first challenge was the Native Americans. Both the British and the Americans hoped to get the Cherokee on their side. They were the most powerful tribe. The Cherokee were mad at the Americans because they settled on their land. They began raiding towns along the frontier. Some times they even fought with the Loyalists. South Carolina had to do something. They set up a force to attack the Cherokee. They attach Cherokee villages and farms. Eventually the Cherokee signed a treaty with them to prevent further destruction. Francis Marion was born on 1732. Marion was a part of the Provincial Congress. He helped defend Sullivan's Island, and fought with Lincoln in the patriots failed attempt to capture Savannah. Banastre Tarleton gave him the nickname 'Swamp fox' because he used his extensive knowledge of the swamps to help avoid capture. He was in engaged in a 7 hour 26 mile chase in which he used his knowledge of the swamps to lose Tarleton. Marion's Brigade operated mostly in Pee Dee and the lowcountry regions. He was one of 3 famous leaders that engaged in partisan warfare. When the war ended he went to the SC state senate. He later married his cousin Mary Esther Videau. He died in Pond Bluff, on February 7, 1795. Toby Walker 12/28/15 Sch Trading Cards Project Patriots Tea Act Women Women played a big role in the revolution and so did all patriots. When men away, women ran the family farms and businesses. Some women found themselves in some dangerous situations and they performed acts of bravery. Some women found themselves getting interrogated to the whereabouts of their husbands. One women named Martha Bratton said she didn't know where her husband was when british soldiers arrived. A loyalist took a reaping hook and held it threateningly up to her throat. She responded calmly and before the soldier could harm her a other soldier knocked him down. Women were often spies. One women overheard talk of a ambush and rode 50 miles to warn the patriots. Women were also messengers during the war. Women became lots more respected after the war. After the stamp act was gone, Britain was trying a new approach to pay off their debts. The East India Trading co had lots of 17 million pounds for sale. They had trouble getting it sold and that’s where the tea act came in. In 1773 parliament passed the tea act allowing ships carrying tea to skip going to Britain and receiving the tax. This made tea cheaper than smuggled dutch tea, even though it had the townshed duty on it. This gave Britain the control over the tea trade. It also meant that if colonists bought the tea they would be saying that it was ok for parliament to tax them. However the colonists saw though their plan. The colonists were ready when the tea ships came in. They climbed aboard the ship and threw the tea overboard. This was called the Boston Tea Party. After the stamp act was passed, people throughout the colonies had huge reactions. Their reactions were intense and some colonists wanted to break off from Britain already. Protesters formed groups and called themselves the Sons of Liberty. The two biggest groups of the Sons of Liberty were Charles Town and Boston. The leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty was Samuel Adams. The leader of the Charles Town Sons of Liberty was Christopher

Trading Card

Transcript: The shop was first opened in Sultan Agung in 2010. In 2011, the owner decided to move his business to Ranggamalela. Now the shop is located on the 3rd floor of Balubur Town Square near the Food Court their market target is very limited some people found it as a weird hobby only some people who enjoys this type of hobby Operates from Monday until Friday at 10am until 7pm. Serves as community center. Hosts several tournaments. Provides free playing space for players. Provides delivery services. In conclusion, the revenue they get is quite high for a shop on its size. Threats Rental cost (6 month) : Rp.8.000.000 Employee salary (per month) : Rp.750,000 plus 1.5% bonus from the company’s profit on that month. Methods of counting the profit per box. The shop that we visited is a hobby shop that mainly sells varieties of Trading Card Game from Japan and US. Trading Card Game is a game that involves a set of cards and a set of rules with a strategic gameplay. Details: Some of the cards are directly imported from USA and others are from Japan, which is first distributed to Singapore before it finally reaches us in Bandung. The price of the cards varies depending on the type of the cards. It ranges from Rp15.000 to Rp105.000. Financial report Cards Deck Box Cards Protector Cards Case Playmat 1 box of card consists of 30 packs. The store bought one box for Rp.690.000 and then sell one pack for Rp.27.000, that way, if they sell all of the 30 packs, they will receive Rp.810.000, which means they will get a profit of Rp.120.000 per box Products History weekly tournament a chance to sell their products at a yearly big events Trading Card Game Shop Strategic location Loyal Customer Trading Card Game Shop General Activities Opportunity there's only one employee the shop relies a lot to the distributor Business Analysis Report Weaknesses Strengths Muhammad Hilmi Fathurrahman - 19714160 Bima Riandiza - 19714163 Masayu Asiyah Hanun - 19714176 Destria Arundani - 19714177 Irshad Adriatama - 19714178 Safira Azaria I - 19714187 Dania Laksmitasari - 19714192 Team Member

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Transcript: President Barrack Obama Presidential term: 2009-2017 Democratic Party Successes and Failures Successes Successes during presidency: With drawl U.S from Iraq Obamacare Legalized gay marriage Banning torture as an interrogation technique Failures -did not close Guantanamo Bay did not increase employment rate Did not weigh in on racial tensions: disappointed many citizens Economic slowdown Fun facts 1. He would have liked to have been an architect if he were not a politician 2. He carries a tiny Madonna and child statue and a bracelet belonging to a soldier in Iraq for good luck 3. He was known as Barry until university when he asked to be addressed by his full name 4. He owns a set of red boxing gloves autographed by Muhammad Ali 5. While at Harvard Law, he was the first ever African-American president of the Harvard Law Review Major Events Gulf of Mexico Oil spill, Osama bin Laden is killed in a US raid in Pakistan, tropical storm sandy, sandy hook school shooting, Pulse nightclub shooting https://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/barack-obama https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/03/the-obama-years-timeline-of-a-presidency https://biography.yourdictionary.com/answers/timelines/barack-obama-timeline.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Obama https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/barackobama/3401168/Barack-Obama-The-50-facts-you-might-not-know.html https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/10-things-barack-obama-will-be-remembered-for/listshow/56615249.cms Work Cited

Trading Card Lesson

Transcript: Customization The environment can be used to attract attention to our product. Advertisement: magazines, television, other media Display attractive people happily content with our product = motivate people to imitate our models Host photograph conventions; people buy our cards for artistic inspiration Educational purposes as well Time of Release T.K. Uchita Incorporations Publicize Advertisments before it releases •People, especially children, will see the photographs on our cards and also be motivated to see more and eventually purchase them •People, especially children, will see the photographs on our cards and also be motivated to see more and eventually purchase them. Found in souvenir shops worldwide Artistic photographs of local landmark/landscape Multiple languages Exotic location = greater rarity = less manufactured Purchasing of products is at its highest rate when an individual is influenced to buy because of the time, location, and persuasion (by another person, society, etc.) Top quality, professional photographs Limitless possibilites of use (scrap-booking, souvenirs, gifts, invitations, etc.) Some packages include exclusive prizes Educational/positive influence Conclusion Buy Some Today! Landma Trading Cards Target Population Intrinisic Motivation Why purchase? Customizations of cards available through our website Invitations, scrapbooks, keepsakes, etc. Limitless possibilities Extrinsic Motivation Motivational Principles: Motivation is enhanced by the way in which the product is portrayed and advertised. Product comes in sealed packages: customer unable see the cards = promotion of curiosity/"luck-of-the-draw" Metallic, aesthetically pleasing packaging Rarer cards: holgraphic, gold-leafed, silver-leafed, solar-powered animation Rewards: select packages = airplane tickets Individuals enjoy like artistic photos and exotic places Tourists Children Parents who want their children to learn geography Teachers

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