Day 82, Tuesday

PASSION PROJECTS BEGIN!
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Thank and Introduce a Speaker Thank you
Thank and Introduce a Speaker Thank you

Passion Project Responsibilities
Introducing a Speaker and Thanking a Speaker

INSTRUCTIONS:
You set the tone for the speaker. It is also your responsibility to ensure they are ready and support them with any last minute things you need. Every speaker deserves a thoughtful, helpful, and welcoming introduction. The best introductions are two-way, just as personal introductions are. You will be introducing and thanking one of your classmates. Introduce and thank them in a way that you would like to welcomed and appreciated.

INTERVIEW your speaker;
What was there essential question? What did they accomplish? What would they like said about them to begin? How did their project go? What do they plan to do after June with this project?
This information will help you in your introduction and thank you.

An introduction should:

-Make the speaker feel welcome but do not start with their name…
-Start with something unique about the project and draw us in… this is like a hook

An example could be;

She has been putting in more hours this year than almost any student at HRHS. Her design and efforts have been noticed and appreciated by both Holy Rosary and for many Lloydminster businesses. Our next passion project speaker has worked all semester on (discuss their essential question). She has uncovered… (give a tid bit of about the project itself).

-Indicate that the group feels privileged to have the person as the speaker.

An example could be:
We have been lucky to have Miss Caitlin Davis apart of the SGMS family and we are privileged to have had her as someone who not only participates in class but it has been really incredible witnessing all she has accomplished in terms of finding out if a career in graphic design is right for her.
Please join me in welcoming…

TIPS:
-Humanize the speaker; provide listeners with information that the speaker would not provide in the
Seminar.
-Don’t read off the paper! Write out your introduction. Practice it in front of a mirror. Hone it to sound natural and enthusiastic. Reduce your written introduction to a few key words and/or phrases and transfer them to a sheet a paper. This will be your crutch and because it is there you will probably not need to look at it.

At the conclusion of the presentation the host should:

Turn up lights (if necessary)…
Check audience for last questions…
Publicly thank speaker

An example could be: Cailtyn that was incredible, thank you to much for sharing. (Then sum up or give a tidbit about what you think was the main message or what people enjoyed most.) Cailtyn it is clear you have chosen the right path. Can you believe it? (address her) You have selected a path for your future. Good luck in your endeavors.

Lead another final applause.

Social Studies 20 Final Review
*You will have 3 hours to write your Social Studies 20 final.
A. Human Rights 53 Marks
B. Population 21 Marks
C. Environment 31 Marks
D. Poverty/World Governance 13 Marks
E. Essay 24 Marks

Terms to Know:
Communist
Dictator
Authoritarianism
Discrimination
Justice
Rights
Responsibilities
Democracy
Morality
Humanity
Fascism
Genocide
Migration
Immigration
Emigration
Fatality
Industrialized
Dependency
Sustainability
Habitat
Technology
Scarcity
Economics
Economic Growth
Materialism
Production
Capital
Per Capita
Income
Stock
Non Renewable Resources
Sustainable Yield
Mining a Resource
Carrying Capacity
Worldviews

Political Spectrum:
Fascism
Nazism
Authoritarian
Totalitarian
Communism

WHO is most impacted the most by the influx in population.

5 renewable resources
5 nonrenewable resources

Think back to REVOLUTION:
What is the ‘most’ detrimental resource extraction project on the planet?

3 methods of resource extraction used in the world today:
Write one fact about each:
Examples you can chose
-dumping of waste in the ocean
-forestry
-fishing
-farming
-diamond mining
-greenhouse gases
-going ‘green’
-recycling

Know 10 human rights and a responsibility you have to uphold each…
Ex. Right to mobility
Responsibility to move safely and notify

What does it mean to be poor?

English 20 Final Review
Reading Comprehension:
Poetry Analysis 12 Marks
Short Story 10 Marks
Quotes 16 Marks
Multiple Choice 46 Marks
Short/Long Answer 19 Marks
Symbolism: 20 Marks
Charts: 20 Marks
Essay* You have already completed this.

Know:
Poetry Analysis:
Speaker
Tone
Mood
Theme
-relate poem back to starting out and moving forward

Things to review:
Shaving
Private Talk with Holly
Eleven
As I Grew Older
Secondhand Lions
Keep’er In Me
Cats in the Cradle song

Symbolism:
Tina in Fix Me
Boo in TKAM
Jimmy’s bedding in Bordertown
Elephant Hide Fix Mr
Jasmine in Secondhand Lions

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