Transcript: Important Trees O ver Origin of the Christmas Tree REES Christmas tree Decorations Thank You C T C Artificial versus the Real Deal There are many certain trees important to people. One of them is the Charlie Brown Christmas Tree. This tree came to be when Lee Mendelson read The Fir Tree by Hans Christian Anderson. Then Mendelson and Charles Schulz started Charlie Brown Christmas. data:image/j People didn't always use the ornaments for Christmas trees we do now. People used fruits and nuts instead of baubles. When the first baubles came out they looked like fruits and nuts. Hans Greiner invented the bauble. He also made garlands glass beads and tin figures. Instead of the other decorations we have, people first used fruit, candy, and pastries. Before electricity, people used candles. They were attached with pins or glued with melted wax. Then they were placed in glass balls and lanterns. Candles were expensive in those days. hange HRISTMAS The very first Christmas tree was discovered in Riga, Latvia in 1510. This Christmas tree was decorated with gold and silver. Christmas trees were mostly in the Germans life. The Germans were the first ones to decorate the actual Christmas tree. The Christmas tree was very hard to discover. Today during Christmas time people usually go to stores like Walmart, Lowe's, or maybe even Target or were ever you like to get your Christmas tree from. ime Influential People T COT Christmas Trees The very first Christmas tree was discovered in Riga,Latvia in 1510. This Christmas tree was decorated with gold and silver. Christmas trees and ornaments were a tradition to the Germans. The germans say that the Christmas tree has been a tradition for many years. Today we don't discover Christmas trees we usually buy it at Lowe's or walmart. COT Christmas Trees
Transcript: CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS, C—REACTIVE PROTEIN (CRP), AND FIBRINOGEN LEVELS ARE ALL AFFECTED BY GUM DISEASE… DENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AFFECT ALL AGES... THE YOUNG AND THE OLD DENTAL CARIES (TOOTH DECAY) IS THE SINGLE MOST COMMON CHILDHOOD DISEASE (Savage, 2004) 14% OF 45 TO 54 YEAR-OLDS SUFFER FROM SEVERE GUM DISEASE SO…WHAT COUNTS AS “SEVERE GUM DISEASE?” SEVERE GUM DISEASE IS DEFINED AS 6 MILLIMETERS OF PERIODONTAL ATTACHMENT LOSS, AND IT CAN AFFECT ALL AGES THE SILENT EPIDEMIC DENTAL GUM DISEASE AFFECTS THE MOST VULNERABLE:… CHILDREN LIVING IN POVERTY, …THE ELDERLY, …& THE UNINSURED (Oral Health in America, pgs. 10—11) A WAKE UP CALL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS POLICYMAKERS PRIVATE INDUSTRY THE AMERICAN PUBLIC (National Call to Action, 2003) •GUM DISEASE IS CHARACTERIZED BY RED, SWOLLEN AND BLEEDING GUMS, KNOWN AS GINGIVITIS •ADVANCED GUM DISEASE OCCURS FROM CHRONIC INFLAMMATION, INFECTION, AND BONE LOSS “You don't have to brush all your teeth—Just the ones you want to keep!” -Uknown Author INTRODUCTION DIABETES MELLITUS AND RESEARCH (KIDAMBI, 2008) DANGERS OF GUM DISEASE TO THE UNBORN CHILD GUM DISEASE MAY INCREASE THE RISK OF HAVING PRE-TERM BABIES OR INFANTS WITH LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, ACCORDING TO STUDY CONDUCTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR DENTAL RESEARCH (MICHALOWICZ, 2006) •SYSTEMIC DISEASE ORIGINATES FROM BACTERIA BRED IN THE MOUTH CAUSING GINGIVITIS AND INFLAMMATION… •ONCE IN THE BLOODSTREAM, THIS INFLAMMATION CAN ACTIVATE THE IMMUNE RESPONSES, FOR EXAMPLE, THE WHITE BLOOD CELLS, CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION, ARTERIAL BLOCKAGES, AND ….. Chicago, Ill. 2010. Dental Association. 2008; 139:8-18. Birth.” New England Journal of Medicine. 2006; 355 (18): 1885-1894. Pediatrics. 2004; 114 (4): 418-423. Surgeon General. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institute of Dentistry and Craniofacial Research, National Institute of Health. 2000; 10-71. Health. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research. NIH Publication No. 03-5303, Spring 2003. OUR RESPONSE TO THIS CALL •THE AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING FOR GOOD ORAL HYGIENE: •BRUSH TWICE A DAY WITH AN ADA—ACCEPTED FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE. REPLACE TOOTHBRUSH EVERY 3 OR 4 MONTHS •CLEAN BETWEEN TEETH DAILY WITH FLOSS OR AN INTERDENTAL CLEANER TO REMOVE PLAQUE •EAT A WELL—BALANCED DIET AND LI MIT BETWEEN—MEAL SNACKS •VISIT YOUR DENTIST REGULARLY FOR PROFESSIONAL CLEANINGS AND ORAL EXAMS FIRST OF ALL, WHAT IS GUM DISEASE? SYSTEMIC DISEASE TAKING CHARGE OF DENTAL HEALTH TAKE THE CHALLENGE WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF POOR DENTAL HYGIENE? •PERIODONTAL DISEASE MAY CONTRIBUTE TO DISEASES SUCH AS LUNG INFECTIONS, ASSOCIATED WITH PNEUMONIA •NEGATIVE AFFECTS OF GUM DISEASE ON COPD (CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE) CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS WHAT IS “ADVANCED” GUM DISEASE? WHAT IS GOOD DENTAL HEALTH? GUM DISEASE •REPORT FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL •“ORAL HEALTH IN AMERICA,” U.S. DEPT. OF HEALTH •NATIONAL CALL TO ACTION TO PROMOTE ORAL HEALTH •OVER 108 MILLION CHILDREN AND ADULTS LACK DENTAL INSURANCE—WHICH IS OVER 2.5 TIMES THE NUMBER WHO LACK MEDICAL INSURANCE IN AMERICA •Coronary heart disease is caused by the buildup of plaque in the arteries to your heart. This can lead to: •HEART ATTACK •ARTERIAL INFLAMMATION •BLOOD CLOTS •STROKE •THE ADA REPORTS THAT GUM DISEASE AFFECTS 1/2 OF AMERICANS OVER THE AGE OF 18 •3 OUT 4 ADULTS OVER THE AGE OF 35 HAVE SOME DEGREE OF GUM DISEASE ( Practical Guide Series, 2010) •23 % OF 65 TO 74 YEAR-OLDS HAVE SEVERE PERIODONTAL DISEASE •GOOD DENTAL HYGIENE PRACTICES CAN PREVENT THE MOST COMMON DENTAL DISEASES—DENTAL CARIES AND PERIODONTAL GUM DISEASE •PROVIDE EDUCATION AND INTERVENTION FOR THE CHILDREN, THE ELDERLY, & THE UNINSURED •TAKE THE CHALLENGE TO IMPROVE OUR DENTAL HEALTH AND IMPROVE OUR OVER-ALL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING DENTAL HEALTH: ESSENTIAL FOR OVERALL HEALTH By Chris Bacon PREVENT PLAQUE BUILD-UP… KEEP GUMS HEALTHY ! WORKS CITED PERIODONTAL DISEASE AND THE HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYSTEM •A “HEALTHY SMILE” MEANS MORE THAN SIMPLY HAVING WHITE, STRAIGHT TEETH •GOOD ORAL AND DENTAL HEALTH IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO GOOD OVER-ALL HEALTH •RESEARCH HAS PROVEN THAT POOR DENTAL HEALTH, SUCH AS GUM DISEASE, IS STRONGLY LINKED TO HEALTH RISKS, SUCH AS HEART ATTACK, STROKE, DIABETES, AND SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATION American Dental Health Association. Practical Guide Series: American Dental Association. Kidambi S, Patel B. Diabetes Mellitus: Considerations for Dentistry. Journal of the American Michalowicz BS, Hodges JS, et al. “Treatment of Periodontal Disease and the Risk of Preterm Savage MF, et al. Early Preventive Dental Visits: Effects on Subsequent Utilization Costs. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Oral Health in America: A Report of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Call to Action to Promote Oral THE BENEFITS OF
Transcript: Graduation Programs Learning Design (online) Construction Management Engineering Technology Quality Systems (+certificate) Boat Race Leaders SCMA - Golf outing 9/7, canoe trip 9/22 Exposure to the industry Theme Community - MacDonald F2013 ETAC-ABET accreditation AETL (Advanced Engineering Technology Laboratory) EVI/EV Grand Prix New Frasca Mentor flight simulator Cooperative Education FUN STUFF Opening Weekend - LEAVE YOUR MARK Engineering Technologies Thank You Handout with list of programs Recruitment Contacts 100% of CONST Program Information Two online degree completion programs - QS and ATE (T&D or Internet & Information Studies) 12% graduate school Highlights/Updates VCT 121 Summer Coops (NY, CA, China) Libbey Glass, American Greetings, Amazon.com Dedicated VCT Packaging Lab Packing and Display Research Group Pageflex Persona Cross Media Suite ($75K) Partnership with Wescott VCTO New Faculty Jerry Schnepp, Ph.D. College of Technology 77% of May 2012 graduates had jobs the Monday after graduation Website Designed and implemented by students Watch for upcoming mobile friendly changes Content changes - program information Parents Construction Management
Transcript: Individual Tastings - $10/person + tax 3 White, 1 Rose, 3 Red Group Tastings - $15/person + tax Individual Wine Educator for the group Seated Tasting in our Production Room Living Social and Experience Tours Wine Flights (8+) served along the Tour Education in Wine Tasting/Wine Making Pairing our Wines with Food Event Rental Spaces* Wine Club Specials & Events Functioning Winery 24/7 Assist in events such as the Fall Harvest Wine Dinner, private tastings and other internal events. Promote, sell, and facilitate the rental venues in the winery for private events. Assist in the daily functioning of the wine tasting room (Wine Educator) Refine and problem-solve questions with the Wine Club at PSW INTERNSHIP UP'S & DOWN'S DISAPPOINTMENTS Wine Club Event in September Problems Communicating with Ownership Pre-Planning Events with Managements Ability to accomplish goals without always going through Ownership No Mission/Philosophy No Vision No Communication Resulted in interviewing management, ownership, employees, and WC members to create: Needs Assessment Program Goals and Objectives Timeline of Events Preparation for the Event -Gina Spears And what a ride it is! TRIUMPHS Harvest Wine Dinner Wine Club? "Superglue" Handbooks for employees and for events Weekly Email - update our employees on new wines, employees, etc. Owners - Jane and Kirk Wiles Winemaker - Rob Cox Act as governing decision-makers Management - Richard - Hospitality and Event Sales Manager Gina - Wine Club and Hospitality Manager Kevin - Wine Bar Manager Victoria - Wine Club Manager Andy - Weekend Wine Bar Manager Staff - over 25 part-time employees Ed - closest to a full-time employee INTERNSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES We're the Best at Controlled Chaos Monday, December 8th, 2014 Headline 5 $1.25 Overview of Paradise Personnel Goals and Objectives of the WC Event Overview of Paradise Springs Headline 2 Throwing yourself into the mix Services Offered Ownership vs. Management Reorganizing the Wine Club Pick Up Event Vol XCIII, No. 311 Goal 1: Achieve an enjoyable experience through high attendance rate in correlation to the RSVPs. Increase attendance by 20% in the NEXT event in Spring. Create a smoother guest flow through the winery by sketching a floor plan and a flow plan for the event. Goal 2: Staff enough employees according to the needs of the WC Event throughout the day of the event. Use invitations to learn about attendance rate that are fully detailed, including our small changes. Educate the staff in every aspect of the event (cross-training), including the new wine vintages to be served at the event. INTERNSHIP AT PARADISE December 6th, 2014
Transcript: Charlene Gay M. Alfaro Cookery Grade 9 Lesson Profile Purpose & Objectives Objectives At the end of the lesson, learners are expected to: Prepare a variety of appetizers code: Tle_heck9—12pa-id-h-4 Material + Equipment Resources Printed Materials Laptop Raw Materials/Ingredients Television Kitchen Tools Presenter References References Curriculum Guide Text Book/LM Learning Competency Delivery Procedure & Activities Procedure & Activities Analysis Abstraction Integration Application Analysis Review Differentiate hazard and risk What are the types of hazards? Motivation Read me ! Activity L e t ’ s P l a y y y y y y y y y y y y……… “TWIST ME UP" The class will be grouped into two groups. Each learner will have two letters in their hands. They will be going to twist the letters in order for them to create a word that has something to do with the "meal". Those remaining learners on their seat will be the ones to twist the letters up. Five minutes is given to perform the activity. The winning team will get a reward. Appetizer are foods which . . . Complete me! A good appetizer, whether hot or cold should be . . Health Varieties of hot and cold appetizers: Cocktails – are usually juices of orange, pineapple, grapefruit or tomatoes served with cold salad dressings. It may be in the form of a fruit or vegetable juice mixed with little alcoholic beverage or seafood like shrimps, crabs, or lobsters served with slightly seasoned sauce. Cocktails Hors d’oeuvres - refers to small portions of highly seasoned foods. It is a combination of canapés, olives, stuffed celery, pickled radishes, and fish. It is served on the individual plate when guests are seated. Sometimes this is simply placed on a platter and passed around. Hors d’oeuvres are served cold or hot. Hors d’oeuvres Canapes - are made out of thin slices of bread in different shapes. The bread may be toasted, sautéed in butter or dipped in a well-seasoned mixture of egg, cheese, fish, or meat then deep-fat fried. It is a finger food consisting of three parts: a base, a spread or topping, and a garnish. They could be served hot or cold. There are no set recipes for the making of canapes. Canapes Relishes/Crudites - are pickled item which are raw, crisp vegetables such as julienne carrots or celery sticks. Relishes/Crudites Petite Salad - are small potions of salads and usually display the characteristics found in most salads Petite Salad -are popular accompaniments to potato chips, crackers, and raw vegetables. Proper consistency in the preparation is important for many dip. It must not be so thick that it cannot be scooped up without breaking the chip or crackers, but it must be thick enough to stick to the items used as dippers. Chips and Dips Chips and Dips - are the simplest appetizers. - fruits are good appetizers because they give an attractive appearance., fragrance, appealing taste and delicious flavor. For example, you could serve a platter of thinly sliced cucumbers, chunks of red bell pepper and baby carrots. For a frit tray, consider serving red and green grapes, as well as chunks of mango with toothpicks inserted in them. Since appetizers are always easy to pick up with fingers, they should never be drippy or messy. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - are variety of appetizers wherein the only requirement is that you keep everything small enough to be picked up with the fingers and eaten with little mess. If you want to serve your favorite homemade sausages, cut them into small pieces, wrap them with a small piece of pastry shell and bake. Or serve your favorite baked sweet potato fries with a mayonnaise-based dipping sauce. Finger Foods Finger Foods 1. How does an appetizer function in a meal? 2. How does an appetizer differ from a main course? Elaborate briefly by giving an example. In a nutshell Assessment / Evaluation FIRST, wear our complete PPE SECOND, remove all jewelries THIRD, log into the tools/equipment utilization logbook, and FOURTH, wash hands thoroughly Let’s be guided by our house rules ! GO LET’s DO IT !!!!! The class will be divided into three groups. Each group will prepare hot or cold appetizer. In each group, there must be one tool keeper assigned. They will be given five minutes to discuss with their teammates on their desired appetizer. Before preparing, an overview of the appetizer must be stated to the whole class. Rubrics Assignment Notes Make a reflection on appetizer making base on today’s performances. Reflection must be written on a short bond paper.
Transcript: Coucil of trent By: Antonio Miguel Owens Hello today i will be talking to you about The Council of trent and i hope you enjoy. Introduction Introduction Introduction Topics Information Pictures Who created it When it was created What was the main goal of The Coucil of trent What was the Council of Trent and why is it important How long did the Council of Trent last Video 1 Video 2 More information More pictures Conclusion Questions Feedback Questions Topics Topics Council of Trent, 19th ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church, held in three parts from 1545 to 1563. Prompted by the Reformation, the Council of Trent was highly important for its sweeping decrees on self-reform and for its dogmatic definitions that clarified virtually every doctrine contested by the Protestants. Despite internal strife and two lengthy interruptions, the council was a key part of the Counter-Reformation and played a vital role in revitalizing the Roman Catholic Church in many parts of Europe. Information Information Pictures Pictures Pope Paul III created it. Who created it Who created it The Council of trent was created in 1545. When it was created When it was created The two main goals of the Council of Trent were to address abuses in the Church and to clarify Catholic teaching to meet the Protestant challenges. What was the main goal of The Coucil of trent What was the main goal of The Coucil of trent What was the Council of Trent and why is it important What was the Council of Trent and why is it important Prompted by the Reformation, the Council of Trent was highly important for its sweeping decrees on self-reform and for its dogmatic definitions that clarified virtually every doctrine contested by the Protestants The Council of Trent (Latin: Concilium Tridentinum), held between 1545 and 1563 in Trent (or Trento, in northern Italy), was the 19th ecumenical council of the Catholic Church. Prompted by the Protestant Reformation, it has been described as the embodiment of the Counter-Reformation. The Coucli of trent lasted from 1545 to 1564. How long did The Coucil of trent last How long did The Council of trent last Video 1 Video 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRZK92T8k28 Video 2 Video 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A3QEvjPSoU The Council issued condemnations of what it defined to be heresies committed by proponents of Protestantism, and also issued key statements and clarifications of the Church's doctrine and teachings, including scripture, the Biblical canon, sacred tradition, original sin, justification, salvation, the sacraments, the Mass and the veneration of saints. More information More information More pictures More pictures Conclusion Conclusion Today i talked to you about The Council of trent and i hope you enjoyed. Questions Questions Feedback Feedback 1. Who created it - Pope Paul III 2. What was the main goal of The Coucil of trent - The main goal was to address abuses in the Church and to clarify Catholic teaching to meet the Protestant challenges 3. How long did The Council of trent last - The Coucli of trent lasted from 1545 to 1564. Questions Questions
Transcript: Continue one-stop-shop services Recruitment/Marketing strategies Manage/market CCAF Consortium Military recruitment/Navy Enhance social media Enhance CC relationships/COT presence Streamline transfer and degree audit process Streamline registrations Enrollment Services Online Programs Face-to-Face Programs Started to roll last September Meet the immediate demand Assess existing procedures and needs 50 Recruitment Activities Social Media & Website Marketing (M&C, Videos, Promotions, Brochures, Departments) Tours/One-on-One Transfer/Freshman Communications/Reporting Next Steps Turn applications into registered students Website - inviting, informative, interactive Prospect Communication/Follow-up Data-Driven Analysis Demograhic/Referral Source Analysis Implement Targeted Marketing/Recruiting Efficiency/Retention Increase online recruiting events/exposure Feasibility analysis on virtual COT tour - picture yourself here! Marketing Recruitment Accessibility Administration Alignment with Strategic Plan Online International Graduate/Undergraduate Retention Advising Services One-stop-shop POC for Prospects/Students Registrations Liaison to other departments Administration Database Mgt/prospect tracking Reporting Increase Enrollment Engage Departments Analyze Needs/Procedures Customer Service Increase efficiency/flow Implement Prospect Tracking System Centralized/Data Driven Strategic Enrollment Plan Online Programs Overview Many employers will NOT employ students unless they receive college credit. Military Recruiting Face to Face Programs Objectives - Face-to-Face Programs Recruitment Community College Relationships Corporation Relationships Pre-Advising Social Media & Website Doubled new enrollment in 4 years CCAF Management - ATE/QS Objectives - Online Programs
Transcript: Over time birth rates have dropped along with the death rates, and life expectancy has gone up. There seems to be a trend through when birth rates go down, death is down causing life expectancy to go up. By my thinking I think that it has to do with the change economy, and what wars they went through. Pros Obeche Tree Mahogany Tree Iroko Tree Death Rate Cote D'Ivoire Ivory Coast Infant Mortality Rate Plant Life Biome: In the Forest zone of Ivory Coast it houses all different kinds of species. It is a flat land as well as all the other pieces of land in Ivory Coast. In the North it houses 10 different species of Antelopes, lions and herds of elephants. In Komoe National Park it is stocked with many verities of species; lions, elephants, and monkeys and over 400 species of birds. There is also Tai National Park that has hippos and chimps. Information about Cote D'Ivoire Birth Rate: 34 births/1000 population Death Rate: 9.67 deaths/1000 population Average Life Expectancy: 58 years old, which has gone up, slowly. Infant Mortality: 60.16 deaths/1000 live births Population Density: 71 -Ivory Coast suffers from Heavy Surf and Torrential Flooding. -Malaria -Deforestation -Water pollution Cons Animal Life Birth rate Literacy: 57% over the age of 15 The Economy of Cote D'Ivoire isn't the best, but Unemployment rates are non-existent, they export $13 billion and import $10 billion. The people are known as Ivorian, they speak French and Dioula, Majority follow Islam followed by Christianity, and the median age there is 20 years old. The music that has become popular to the country is Reggae. The main sports played there is soccer, basketball and boxing. The biggest attraction to Ivory Coast is its largest city, Abibjan. Abibjan is considered the Paris of West Africa. The Capitol is Yamoussoukro which its major attraction is Basilica of Our Lady of Peace which they claim it to be the largest church in the world, it is just a modern version of the Vatican city. Three facts about Ivory Coast is that it has two capitols, Abibjan is its economic, where Yamoussoukro is its political. I find this interesting for that a country normally has only one capital. Abibjan covers 981 square miles which I find interesting for that is quite large. Agriculture is important to the country for 70% work in the agricultural field. Which I find suprising for that would mean that almost 16 million people work in that field, in that country. Miscellaneous Information about Cote D'Ivoire Wildlife of Ivory Coast Niche of a Jackal The Jackal is very similar to North America's Coyote. It's a medium sized animal, they scavenge for food and are considered omnivores. Their legs allow them to up to 10 mph for an extended amount of time. They are mainly active at dawn and dusk. Jackals travel in small packs while they hunk alone or in pairs. African Elephant Chimpanzee Jackal Warthog Mongoose Decomposers -Abibjan is considered the "Paris of West Africa"
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