Career Day opened up an early opportunity to see what life will be like. Before career day I wanted to be an aerospace engineer. I think that it would be cool to work on an airplane or space shuttle. In Ohio, Aerospace Engineers get an average pay of $107,560 a year which would be more than enough to live off of. I grew up knowing that you need to earn and work for what you want. My family is against people that decide to not work and to live off of welfare while they can still work. I knew that money is a very important thing needed to live in the real world.
What I learned about my life was that it sucks. Education is the greatest thing you can get for your life. I have a lot of appreciation for parents and what they do for me and my siblings. I learned that you need to remember food, clothes, insurance, car, and child care are all important things you usually don’t think about. In the end all this will add up and you won’t know where all your money went.
At the end of the day we had a lot of guest speakers come in. I learned the differences of a life of someone who didn’t go to college, and one that did. We were introduced to stem, and 2 colleges Ohio State University and Tiffin University. What I took away from the entire process was that it is better to go to college and get a high paying job for your life. In the end it will all pay off.
Donald Trump will stop Hillary Clinton from lying once more. Hillary Clinton claims that she will provide more jobs for the USA. The only problem with this is that she wants to switch to using mostly renewable resources. Doing so she will lose many coal industry and railroad jobs. After doing so she will deploy ½ a million windmills and solar panels. Doing this will make the US's debt larger, and how she will pay this off is taxing us hard working Americans more. Donald Trump is a business man that will lead our country back to a stronger economy. America should vote for Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton wants to have open borders. Hillary Clinton has said: “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, sometime in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.”Though Hillary Clinton claims that there will be more opportunity for everyone, there won't be enough for the American citizens. The Mexicans will take our jobs that we have right now making it so we need more jobs. They will make it so for every person will have less of a chance of an opportunity to receive an education.
Hillary Clinton has had her chance at the office, but while there all she has done was a lie. Hillary Clinton has lied to government officials about sending government information through a private email server. That information could have been hacked, and in a severe case destroy our country or economy. That is not her only lie. Hillary Clinton has lied about 4 men's deaths at a Benghazi attack. Knowing she could have done something about it, she claimed she didn’t know what was going on and let them be slaughtered. Donald Trump will bring Hillary Clinton to justice and allow a greater economy.
Overall we need Donald J. Trump to become the next president of the USA. If he doesn’t, a lot of chaos will break out in the first 100 days. She will have open borders that allow illegal immigrants to flood into our country. Once they get in she will give them free food and , money. And the money will come from the US citizens through higher taxes. Donald Trump will build a wall to stop the illegal immigrants. The only thing Donald Trump plans on flooding into our country is jobs.
Week of October 24th- 28th
1.A. naive adj.- showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment.
B. Unlike Albert Einstein, Alex is a naive person.
C. children are naive
2.A. niche noun-the place of something
B. Jim found his niche in life as a truck driver, unlike John who has not found his.
C. Lebron James found his niche in life as a NBA player.
3.A. obliterate verb- completely destroy
B. The town was obliterated by the bomb, but some people got out in time.
C. Donald Trumps votes could obliterate Hillary Clinton.
4.A. gratify verb-satisfy
B. Hopefully the chocolate bar will gratify my desire for some food.
C. food can gratify you from depression
5.A. infinite noun- unlimited
B. There is an infinite amount of numbers, but not people.
C. numbers go on forever
Week of October 31st- November 3rd
6.A. coefficient noun -the numerical factor of a term
B.Without the variable the coefficient would just be a number.
7.A. multiplicative inverse noun -two numbers with a product of 1, also known as the reciprocal of a number
B. In some problems using the multiplicative inverse is key to solving a problem, but not all of them.
C. 3/4 to 4/3
8.A. identity noun-An equation that is true for every value of the variable.
B. If you were to change one number in an identity, it would no longer be equivalent.
9.A. empty set noun- meaning there is no solution for an equation
B. There i many equations with empty sets, but most have a solution.
C. 5x does not equal 7x
10.A. properties noun -statements that are true for all numbers
B. The distributive property is a great way to get rid of a fraction, but you can't forget to solve.
C. 2(4-5) to 2(4)-2(5)
Week of November 7th- 11th
11A. embody noun- an idea
B.I have a coach that embodies competitive spirit, but some players lack it.
C. someone who cares
12A. exasperate verb -irritate
B. He may irritate you, but he is still smart.
C.making someone mad
13A.fiasco noun- a thing that is a complete failure
B.His plans turned into a fiasco, so he asked a friend to help him.
14A. garnish verb- decorate
B. She garnished the cake, but her kid messed up the frosting.
C.decorating a cake
15A. heritage noun- property that is or may be inherited
B. A lot of my heritage is Hungarian, I still have many different origons in my blood.
C. family tree
Week of November 29th- December 2nd
16A. plate noun- the parts that make up the crust.
B. Although there is many plates, there is only one mantle.
C. We live in the North American Plate.
17.A.Ring Of Fire noun- area around the Pacific Plate with a lot of volcanoes
B. The Ring Of Fire is cool, but not as cool as the Grand Canyon.
C. San Abdreas fault
18.A. Pangea noun- super continent
B. Pangea supports the Continental Drift theory, bot the planetery differiation.
C. one super countinent
19.A.Fault noun - Crack through an entire plate
B. Earthquakes form at faults, and are very dangerous.
C. San Andreas Fault
20.A.Isostatic Rebound noun - when the ground rises up from the weight of glaciers causing an EQ
B. Isostatic rebound causes Ohio's earthquakes, but they are not very powerful.
C. Glaciers over Ohio
Week of December 5th to 9th
21. A. Denotation noun - A Denotation is the secondary meaning of the word
B. He called him a hog, but she didn;t mean it litterly.
C. "You are a dog" means you are not a literal dog
22. A. Connotation noun- an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning
B. A Connotation is the literal, or dictionarial definition of the word.
C. "You are a dog" means that you are a literal dog.
23. A. Apathy noun - lack of interest
B. He apathied the voting of our Sheriff, but cared about the president.
24. A. Empathy noun - the ability to understand
B. He empathied the thought of Donald Trump becoming president.
C. Agree and share
25. A. Sympathy - feelings of sorrow
B. He felt sorrow for Jim, but he didn't accept it.
C. A bunch of people gave sympathy to him when his dog died
If I were to support the claims made by only one of these parties, it would be the people that is trying to stop the taxation of pop. The tax of the pop is on the distributors which means they need to charge the costumers. They do not need to tax us anymore than they have already are. The problem is that our government is wasting the money on stuff that is not important. We may not need to tax pop if they did not waste tax money.
If it was me I would not want any more of my money wasted. I would want the government to spend more on important things like the roads, law enforcement, and the military. If people want to drink pop and harm their bodys let them.they know how it will harm them, so they can stop drinking it whenever they want.
Screenflow 3.0.6 is a tool that the user can download to your desktop, and use it to take a video of your screen and voice. Screenflow came out on February 2008; 8 years ago, and was developed by Telescreen. This video is a tutorial on some of the most common tools that the user can use on Screenflow. The user will find Screenflow very useful.
In the video I've used the tools split clip, text, media, annotations, and more. I have also used the split clip to cut out my mistakes and pauses. Also I used text to explain at the beginning what my video is about, an I used the media tool to make my intro more interesting. Another tool I should of used more is the annotation tool where you can add in callouts.
Screenflow could be important in the users future, education, and life in many ways. One way it can affect the user is that you can use it for a job. A second way it can affect the user is that he/she can do a great presentation for school. A final way that Screenflow is useful is that it can influence the user way of working and using your skills.
Split clip- is how you can split a clip and trim it.
Annotation- is a callout you can make on the video, but with an arrow.
Callout- is a way to zoom in on a certain spot in the video.
Transitions- are a way that you can blend a video or audio together.
My hero is my dad, Josh Dobias. He was born July 15th 1983, and he grew up in Greenwich, Ohio. He graduated in 2001 in South Central High School, and now works at CSX. He worked, at CSX, for over 5 years. He is skilled at welding, working, craftsmanship, and farming.
There is many traits that describe my dad. My dad is a perfectionist because everything he does is at the best of his ability; and always correct. My dad is skilled while he is a great craftsman, welder, and worker. He is strong republican, and likes politics. Since my dad is extremely responsible, he does exactly what he is supposed to even without being told. My dad is so diligent that all of the extra work he does to support our family. He is very smart, and he can build anything from scratch. Since he is very wise, he knows exactly what to do when there is a problem.
What makes him my hero is that he is that he is teaching me to have a great work ethic and how to be a true American. My shows me how to be a good craftsman, and worker, by letting me help him work on things. When my dad started working at CSX, he worked his way up to being the foreman. He taught me that I had to work for what I want. My dad teaches me to always support the flag, and thats what influenced me to join the US Army for my career. And that is what makes him my hero.
I did a lot of cool things this summer. My family and I went fishing a lot this summer, and on certain days we would bring home up to 80 Bluegill. I got to go frog gigging too. I just got into Pony league this year and we came in first in the tournament. My family went on vacation in Panama City Beach, Florida. While we were there we spent a lot of the time at the beach, and walked many of trails. I caught 2 crabs that were 3 times the size of a fist, and a bunch of babies.
I don’t have that many goals this year, but they will be hard to achieve. My goals for this school year is to get all A’s in all four quarters. I’m going to try studying more, pay attention in class, and respect my teachers, so I can get all A’s. Most of my teachers are the same as they were last year, so that helps because I know what they require me to do.
I plan on doing many things when i’m out of Junior High. In High School I want to have good grades, and have two years of my college done before I graduate. Eventually I am going to join a JROTC for the US Army. My career is going to be in the US Army for 20 years then I will retire and live the rest of my life.
Vocabulary Week of August 29 - September 2
1. A. argument noun - exchange of diverging or opposite views
B. John and Mary had an argument about who would become president, but later they found out John was correct.
C. People have arguments over everything from politics to what color is better.
2.A.cite verb - to quote
B. In Mr.Bedingfields class we had to cite text from the article, and I got a good grade on my paper.
C. Mr.Bedingfields teaches us how to cite evidence from an article or text.
3.A.passive voice adj.- one of the 2 voices of verbs
B.While James watered the flowers, the flowers were watered by James.
C. Passive Voice
4.A.personification noun- the action of giving something or an item human characteristics.
B.We use personification in stories to give item a human trait, and it can be used for animals and nature.
5.A.point of view noun- your perspective in a novel or text
B. My point of view in life is in first person, but most books are in 3rd person view.
C. point of view
Vocabulary Week of September 6th - September 9th
6.A. Collaborate verb- work jointly on an activity, especially to produce or create something.
B.As a team we collaborate on the field, but sometimes people fight over who's fought something was.
7.A.articulate noun- not able to speak correctly
B.Hillbilly's are usually articulate, but people from the city speak correctly.
8.A. evolve verb- to develop or change in a good way
B. I evolved my essay, and I got an A for doing so.a
C. Evolving a website
9.A. Meticulous adjective- showing great attention to detail
B. He was very meticulous in his writing, so he got a perfect score for paying attention to detail.
C. Meticulous Man
10.A. Agile adjective- quick and well-coordinated in movement
B. He was very agile in his work, and got it done early.
C. agile at work
Vocabulary Week of September 12th to 16th
11. A. hypotenuse noun- the longest side of a right triangle
B. Mrs.Turner taught us what the hypotenuse of a triangle is, and now I understand more geometry.
12.A. Converse verb- Switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.
B.When you converse, you change the hypothesis and conclusion for another statement.
C. "If it is raining then the grass is wet" is "If the grass is wet then it is raining."
13.A. irrational number noun- a number that can't be turned into a fraction.
B. The square root of 2 is an irrational number, but .5 is.
C. irrational numbers
14.A. rational number noun- a number that can be written as a fraction.
B. The square root of 2 is an irrational number, and the square root of 2.5 isn't.
C. rational numbers
15.A. square root noun- a number that produces a specified quantity when multiplied by itself.
B. 25 has a square root of 5, so 5 squared is 25.
C. "7 is a square root of 49"
Vocabulary Week of September 19th to 23rd
16.A. Elastic potential energy noun- energy stored in any object or material that is bent, stretched, or compressed.
B.You can experience Elastic potential energy when you pull back a bow, or when you pull back a slingshot.
C. Compound Bow
17.A. Newton noun- the unit in the metric system used to measure force.
B. Issach Newton was the one who discovered newtons, and he also discovered the tesla.
18.A. Force Field noun- an area around an object where an object can influence another object with out touching it.
B. Force Fields can not stop missiles, but they can make a compass work.
19.A.Inertia noun- how hard it is to get something moving, stop a moving object, or change the direction of a moving object.
B. Some people can pull off a tablecloth with dishes on it, and they will stay due to inertia.
C. Inertia in a Car.
20.A.Normal force noun- a equal but opposite force that pushes back when you stand, sit, or push on a surface so you do not sink through that surface.
B. If you stand on the floor and you way 150lbs, the normal force of the floor would be pushing up on you with 150lbs.
C.Normal Force Slide
Vocabulary Week of September 27th to 30th
21.A.accept verb- to agree with
B. I will accept your apology but next time you will need to do your homework.
C. accepting a gift
22.A.except preposition- everything other than
B. Everyone is aloud to go to my party except that one guy.
23.A. affect verb- make a difference to
B. MLK had a huge affect on black rights, but he did not stop it.
24.A.effect noun- a change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.
B. Your appearance is the effect of how well you treat your body, so it can change at anytime.
C. effect and physics.
25.A. principle noun- law
B. Respecting your family should be a principle of life, but some people don't do that.
C. eco principle
Vocabulary Week of October 3rd to 7th
26.A. allusion noun- a reference of something
B.He made an allusion to google, but no one listened to him.
27.A. onomatopoeia noun- a word that means a noise
B. "Bong" is an onomatopoeia, but hat is not.
28.Alliteration noun- the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
B. Two examples of alliteration are "Peter Piper", and a second is " How Much Would Would a Wood Chuck Chuck".
C.Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, Where's the peck of pickled peppers that Peter Piper picked?
29.A.irony noun- something that causes a humorous effect
B. Even though most people get irony, some of them don't.
C. Closed Sign
30.A. figurative adjective- the literal use of a word
B. Mr.Bedingfield is my teacher, and he taught me to use figurative language.