PERIOD 1: PHOTOGRAPHY/MEDIA STUDIES
Work period on your Photography Final…
You will be practicing working with movement.
You will be in the gym with Mrs. Grassl’s gym class.
You are looking to freeze motion with the roper, but try and blur the rope during a throw so that you can depict movement within your work. See the following example. (BE CREATIVE! Have some fun, mix it up, change your angles!)
*You can ONLY SHOOT IN MANUAL MODE.
-Make sure you have a higher ISO- but not to high or you will have a noisey picture.
*No you cannot touch a rope ya cowpokes. You are only in the gym to take pictures!
First photo: Mary Choi
Second photo: RodeoFotos.com
Third Photo: Getty Images
PERIOD 2: ENGLISH
Lets review Chapter 13 and dive into Chapter 14.
To Kill a Mockingbird Final Projects…
Please continue to work on these and put in some effort.
-Someone sneaks into the Finch house
-Jem and Scout are the butt of everyones jokes
POPULATION LESSON 1:
ð I can define population. 2.1
ð I can define birth rate. 2.2
ð I can define death rate. 2.3
ð I can explain the current population rates/percentages around the world. 2.4
ð I can articulate why a greater population increase is NOT the cause of many of the world problems. 2.5
ð I can explain the human population in a chart format. 2.6
ð I can explain pros in population growth. 2.12
ð I can explain cons in population growth. 2.13
Ecology is the scientific study of interactions of organisms with one another and with the physical and chemical environment. (botany.com)
Answer the following questions on a WordPress post or on your Social Studies 20 page!
What is carrying capacity? Can a carrying capacity grow? Can we ever exceed our carrying capacity? What did Leeuwenhoek say about a possible carrying capacity number?
Why is agriculture important?
Who is Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
Why are vaccinations important?
Why were sewage systems important?
What does it mean to expand the human habitat?
What is an ecological footprint?
Who has a bigger footprint- India or America? Why is this?
Who has a bigger footprint a vegetarian or a carnivore?
What types of conflict can you predict can occur if we doubled/tripled our population?
What does he mean by we are starting to compete with ourselves? Where can we see this?
Who has more children typically; poor women or rich women?