Slide 1- Introduction Good morning/afternoon everybody, today I have been assigned with informing you all about the Aztecs, or more importantly, the reason for their annihilation. Now you may be thinking that it was mainly to do with a war, but it is actually almost solely a disease called the variola disease or as it’s more commonly known, small-pox Slide 2-What were the symptoms and effects Now you may be wondering what made the disease so dangerous to the Aztecs. The main problem of the disease was the fact that not only did it kill 3/10 people effected it also severely lowered the victims fighting capabilities meaning that when the Spanish attempted to fight the Aztecs, it became much more favourable to the Aztecs. (Healthline, n.d.)
We, as a species have a hard time admitting when we are wrong.How do you live with something that has no cure? Sure, they have medication and counseling that can help subdue the problem for a short time being, but, it’s always there, haunting the corners of your mind. Attention Deficit Disorder, or ADD is a somewhat commonly known. People sort of know what it is, but that doesn’t mean that they completely understand what it is. The problem is more People believe the myths of ADD, such as, ADD is more about a lack of willpower, when in factuality, it is so much more complex than simply not wanting to focus. It’s not that I don’t want to focus, it’s that I physically can’t at certain times. There is something wrong, chemically, with my brain.
Introduction I. (Attention Getter) Video II. (Relevancy Statement)- Haiti located in the subtropics on the western third of Hispaniola, the second largest island in the Caribbean, which it shares with Dominican Republic, our neighbor islands include Cuba, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico. III. (Credibility Statement) - My family are from Haiti, I was born there then moved here with my mother when I was 11.
In Mexico they celebrate the holiday called Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on October 31st and it ends on November 2nd. While in the US we celebrate the holiday, Halloween on October 31st. I will be telling you the origin of these holidays. Along with their similarities and differences. Hopefully this will make you have a better understanding of these holidays along with helping you understand another country's culture. Now let's start…
Napping General purpose: To inform. Specific purpose: To inform the audience about the effects of napping, including some of its health benefits and drawbacks, and how the duration and circadian timing of a nap can optimize the beneficial effects of a nap. Central idea: A nap is generally referred to as a ‘short sleep’.
The Story of Marie LaVeau “The Voodoo Queen” Marie LaVeau was one of the most well-known voodoo queen in the 1800s. Voodoo is the most misconceived religion, but with Marie’s supernatural powers that lend toward the scared of evil spirits, answering prayer requests. Marie LaVeau was born on Sept 10, 1794 in New Orleans, LA and was the daughter of Charles Leaveaux, and his slave mistress name Marqurite. Marie was mixed with black, white, and Indian. Some people stated that her father was a rich creole plantation owner.
Imagine entering your local food store and seeing that items most people eat everyday have been discontinued. Items such as coffee, apples, cucumbers and honey are no longer available to consumers. This may not be possible in our generation, but one day it could very well happen.
The Noise On the night of Halloween all of the myths and legends of the supernatural come true. And these are not just children dressed up. These supernatural beings are real. I am going to tell you the story of my encounter with one of these beings.
Good morning Sarah, SPSY 510 (psy of exceptional children) goes into the 13 categories of disabilities in which students may be placed for special education. It's a lot of work, but it is a 8 week class. We meet Tuesdays from 5pm to 10pm. For the most part, two students present a chapter (yesterday I had a presentation on speech and language impairment and another lady talked about autism).
The speech was a very informative speech, addressing students with various facts and praises of the foundation of North Carolina Central University. NCCU is in fact praiseworthy. In 1910, James E. Shepard founded NCCU under the unique name, “National Religious Training School and Chautauqua for the Colored Race”. James E. Shepard was a pharmacist and religious educator, whom graduated from Shaw University, and later on in 1895, he married his wife Annie D. Shepard. Mrs. Shepard was the one who wrote the lyrics to North Carolina Central University 's Alma Mater, “Dear Old N.C.C”. She even wrote the column “A Moment of Meditation” in the Federation Journal. Mrs. Shepard did a huge contribution in the making of NCCU.
IOWA Iowa is full of some really cool things. Like ice cream even though that ice cream is probably (hopefully) in every town there is somewhere to get ice cream. One Great place to get ice cream is Whitey’s Ice cream in Des Moines and Over the top in Iowa city. Now I 'll tell you more about Iowa. There is more things to do in Iowa then eat of course.
HEADLINE: You’re Invited! Attend the 14th Annual Black History Month Event DFW’s Employee Resource Group, African Americans Collaborating Towards Inclusion Outreach and Networking (AACTION), invites all board employees to learn more about the national landmarks significant to the music industry in honor of Black History Month. Venues such as the Apollo Theater in New York City and Hitsville USA in Memphis were the backdrop to some of the biggest African American musicians – James Brown, Ella Fitzgerald, the Temptations and the Supremes – to bring a divided nation and segregated society closer together through their chart-topping music.
Introduction (Attention Getter) Growing up, I did not have a lot of friends. I spent my time indoors with my mom. I was a pretty shy kid, and can still be to this day. (Credentials/Personal Connection to the Topic) Against all odds, my first dog was the one to bring me out my shell.
Congratulations to the cast, crew and artistic team of The Addams Family for our outstanding production. We sold over 1,800 tickets selling out 4 of our 6 performances making it one of the most successful productions at Seattle Prep. The audiences just loved this quirky, yet touching musical based on the cartoon characters of Charles Addams. We want to thank everyone who came to support the show. Our next production is the annual Festival of One Act Plays during Arts Week in May.
When asked "Who do you think is the best villain of all time?", you probably wouldn’t reply with gremlins. Well I'm here to tell you that you're wrong when you say that they're not evil. These goblin-like creatures from the 1984 movie "Gremlins" are the outcome of when an alien experiment to make a universal peace ambassador eats after midnight. Gremlins prove to be evil by literally having no feelings and their destructive behavior. Some may argue for Gizmo's sake but I'll talk more about that later