Analysis: It appears that I was the closest to the correct answer in the first graph on the left, labeled “Literate Men” than in the other three. I was actually more accurate than the class average. However in the next three graphs, for “Illiterate Men”, “Literate Women” and “Illiterate Women” my estimations were way off. For categories “Illiterate men”, my answer was closer to the correct answer but only because the class average’s estimation was more off than mine. For “Literate Women” my answer fell just under that of the class averages’ and they both fell very short of the correct answer. For “Illiterate Women” my answer was the most incorrect, the correct answer was so much less than that of both the class average and my answer. I found it interesting that our class as a whole thought that there would be much less of a gap between illiterate women and men.
Estimated World Language
Analysis: For this graph I noticed that the class average was always pretty off, but we were the most off for the category labeled “Speak other languages” located at the end on the right. My answer was closest to the correct answer for the number of people who would speak Chinese, Hindustani and Bengali. I over shot the majority of the languages; I based my numbers off of the most popular languages that are taught in schools in America today. It turns out that the most popular would be Chinese, Malay-Indonesian and other languages. This category proved to be the one that the class as a whole was the most off, which is also shown on the next graph.Estimated Secondary Language
Analysis: My estimations were pretty dead on, for each section my answer fell either just under or just above the correct answer. The class average stayed around the same number (50) even though the categories changed. For example, Men with Secondary Education, the class average fell just under fifty, and Men without Secondary Education the class average fell right at fifty. I think that it’s interesting that the class average doesn’t change as far as secondary education between women and men.All categories:
Part 4: My most inaccurate category was Language, I was way off, and my most accurate category was Secondary Education. I’m not quite sure why I was much more accurate for secondary education than the other categories. But Like I said earlier, I have a hunch that the reason that I was so inaccurate for Language was because I used my own general understanding about popular languages. I only used the most popular languages taught in the United States, I didn’t factor in to languages taught in other places in the world. Since these charts would reflect the whole world that probably didn’t help me in the end. The answer that shocked me the most was how many people would speak other languages, the class average and my answer was both estimated that 5%-10% of the world would speak languages that weren’t listed when in actuality 51.8%, that’s half of the world who would speak languages that weren’t listed. I was surprised at how many languages I didn’t know existed/ account for. I showed me how limited my knowledge was about languages, since I would like to become a translator in the future I was really taken back by how inaccurate my numbers turned out being (especially because that was the one section I felt most confident in). Overall my numbers were pretty off I think that happened because I haven’t been paying as much attention to current events that have been happening in the world. I do find the majority of these categories interesting, but I haven’t been paying as much attention as I could be and will do more often.
I chose power point because it was easier to present and I would have to send a lot of time learning how to use t and could use my time for the actual presentation.
Two sentences of you answer to the questions:
My answer was that the individual during certain decades had the main say in bills that were passed, but now it takes many other steps to get the idea of change to be considered.
What questions do you still have about Business in America?
I would like to know what the process of change is like in other countries and why our system of change was ratified.
Due to issues with uploading a power point I have used the voice overs and images and created a iMovie instead.
Yo soy María Luisa Infante. Tengo 35 años, un esposo, y dos hijos. Ellos se llaman Patricio, Gonzalo, y Isabel. Soy rica, y siempre fue rica, me gusta ser rico porque es una vida mejor que los otros. Quiero el mejor para mis niños, ellos deben ser un educación igual a el dinero que tenemos. No me gusta el presidente Allende porque niños sin mucho dinero pueden tener el educación igual a mis niños, pero tenemos mucho más dinero. Quiero un presidente nuevo, el necesita entiendo que me merezco el mejor, porque el dinero vas a creer un vida más bueno de una vida sin dinero.
El mural que voy a juzgar es el cargador de flores, de Diego Rivera. Son dos personas en el mural, uno quien es en el piso. El tiene muchas flores, y pienso que el es “el cardador de flores” que el titulo significa. El otro persona ayuda el hombre con los flores, porque el no puede caminar. Su espalda está un paina porque los flores son muy fuertes, y el no puede cagar mucho. Hay muchos colores brillantes en el mural. Los colores son importantes porque más personas vas a gustar este mural. Todos los flores son rosa, o morado. Cuando veo a este mural, los colores son muy brillantes, pero no pienso que ellos deben ser brillantes. Los colores deben ser oscuro porque el situación que el hombre está en. El es muy triste porque no puede cargar los flores, y es posible que este es su trabajo.
El 11 de Septiembre 1973 fue un día muy Buena. El gobierno socialismo se fue, y un gobierno capitalismo toma poder. Allende fue porque Los Estados Unidos y otros organizaron un golpe de estado contra de Allende. Los Estados Unidos organizaron el golpe de estado porque ellos quieren estar aliado con Chile. Los Estados Unidos no le gustaron los países socialismos o comunismos. Este día fue buena porque un presidencia capitalismo es mejor para mi y mi familia. Somos de la clase alta, y Allende fue muy mal, pero fue bueno para las clases medios o obrero. Recuerdo que fui en mi casa cuando el gobierno derrumbó, recuerdo que fui a un manifestación solo dos días antes de el golpe de estado.
Nombre: Karoline Castillo
Persona de Machuca: Father MacEnroe
Pintura: Guernica por Picasso
Si eres comunista, socialista, momios, izquierdista, la clase alta clase, la clase media o la clase obrera somos todos iguales. Soy padre MacEnroe el Principal y el cura de la escuela de solo niños. Yo personal mente soy un socialista, creo que todo el mundo sea igual, porque no empezar ahora ? Tenia una idea que los niños de pocos recursos y la clase alta se juntaran en una escuela para la misma educación, para que los niños aprendieran que no importa de donde bienes. Aunque avia una guerra con el estado socialista no creía que los niños le importara, estaba equivocado.
No hay mas remedio que aceptar la realidad de la vida. Va a ver violencia, guerras, y diferentes opiniones. Por eso escogí esta pintura, descubre la realidad. Los otros pintores pintan de la vida feliz, y eso no es siempre el caso. Cuando miro a la pintura Guernica me ase sentir triste, captura mis emociones, y me hace sentir Septiembre 11, 1973 como si fuera ayer.
They call it your responsibility, an obligation, a calling. They surround you with descriptions and depictions of this dream of red, white and blues failing to mention this alternate dimension, this place , this time where only the lies are fed to you free and living is a business breathing is paid for nothing is what it seems and being on the inside doesn't give any more information than what they provide and with all the power in the world and still they are cowards they hide through loop holes and back door deals. And now its your responsibility, an obligation, a calling to change what you know is wrong and sir they'll call you a bigger hero than hercules strength does not come in hundreds of men and their muscles but instead they're voices being heard. See that is the key to creating sustaining maintaining a beautiful day of new. Just listen for a second and promises were never meant to be broken and a wise man once "Behind the ostensible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people."
1. I chose a poem format because out of all the things I had learned about Theodore Roosevelt the one thing that stood out to me was how personal he took what he did and although he took the countries problems to heart this unit showed the complete opposite of that. I thought that it would resemble the business unit in the sense that it does in fact contradict business but completely resembles Theodore Roosevelt and all he stood for. To me, it was just a personal touch. However, apart from the sentimental points, I chose to do a poem because it gave me the ability to weave in my sources in a unique way for example, a cartoon of Teddy Roosevelt feeding his cat "Trusty" a bowl of "Protection" inspired the line "only the lies are fed to you free" whereas the more famous cartoon of Teddy Roosevelt as baby Hercules inspired the line "they'll call you a bigger hero than hercules". Although those are the main direct links to my sources the overall poem was inspired by a general overview of the information I had learned and the other sources I collected.
2. If the role of people in a democracy is to appoint a leader for change then the role of that individual is to listen and expand on their voices. To sustain this change not only does this individual need to rise to their role but the democracy as a whole needs to stand as one.
3.How does the business in America affect those in power?
Going a little deeper than what we learned in class, I believe that F.D.R was/is the greatest example for assessing the role of an individual in creating and sustaining change. If one were to look at F.D.R's case of polio, they could see that the president had to strive to be strong for his people, to give them a hope in themselves. Many things were held into affect even after F.D.R's death, and many presidents should strive to be more like Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the future. His own will and courage propelled F.D.R to lead the U.S through the great depression, becoming one of the most beloved presidents ever known. Not only dead he begin fighting the depression with the New Deal, but he sustained the effects of the New Deal, always putting in hope of the American people.
1.Explain your choice of presentation
Our groups choice of presentation utilized both of our strengths. I personally really like the cleverness of political cartoons and thought it would be really fun to think of something equally as witty and clever with the knowledge we've gained from this unit. Also my partner is a really good artist and so the two went hand-in-hand. For the FDR cartoon both Obama and FDR thought it would be better to teach citizens the skills to work and not just hand them money. So we made a connecting thought bubble and a caption changing the meaning of FDR to force driven revolution. This connects to our essential question "what causes systematic and individual change" and that would be getting people to work together, and giving individuals the tools to work with. Our second cartoon is a joke off of Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt and how he passed acts to break up major corporations. This process pulled America together and broke the abuse from major corporations and trusts on the general public. We made Obama say this because it is similar to the issues of the Occupy movement.
2.Two sentences answering your EQ : "What causes systematic and individual change?"
What causes systematic and individual change is the recognition of equality. That one doesn't prosper at the expense of another but to succeed we must bring the lowest part up before moving an entire group.
3. What questions do you still have about business in America?
How the value of the American dolor has changed over the course of history?
Our EQ was: What is the role of the individual in creating and sustaining change?
Our piece showed the accomplishments of all the presidents because they are individuals who created change. We were thinking their roles were important in shaping the foundations of America. These presidents were persistant in what they believed in, which helped them sustain change.
Profesor: Señor Kay.
Actividades en la clase: Leemos, hablar, y proyecto.
Responsibilidades: prestart atención y hacer preguntas
Opinión: Me encanta porque es divertida y serio.
Profesor: Sra. Hull
Actividades en la clase: Hablar, ver videos.
Responsibilidades: escuchar y prestar atención
Opinión: Me no gusta es aburrid
Tengo clase de tecnología, pero no sé más. Yo tenía el lunes y jueves. Me divertí mucho, cuando lo tenía. Prof. Cascos, es un buen maestro. Ella me ayudó a tratar de conseguir mi comportamiento en conjunto.