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I have many devices on my L.A.N. I have devices such as printers, phones, monitors, and gaming consoles. I learned a lot of information on networks. I, myself am not technologically savvy so, I got a lot of useful information from this. I had no clue that so many of my devices were connected to two things, a modem and router. Another thing that I learned was that the internet is the base of everything, network related. The thing I would tell people about having an I.S.P./Home Network is that the system is much more complex that you think. My view on the internet and how it work was nothing compared to what it actually was. 
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The months in Spanish

For everyone who wants to know how to speak some spanish here is a guide to helping you ask questions about the months and answer them all in spanish

Notice how the months in Spanish are not capitilized. This is because they are not capitlied unless they start a sentence.

One way I memorized this is part of a song (I think). It goes like this.

Enero, febrero, marzo y abril
Mayo, junio y julio estàn aquie
agosto y septiembre
octubre y noviembre 
Su nombre es diciembre

It's very helpful when you forget how to prononce the months (which I do a lot). Anyway I hope this is helpful.
Here is a video about how it helps you in everyday life as part of my school project.
(Note: Viemo got hit by Sandy so it's taking a while to upload).
https://vimeo.com/52655852
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Derry, William, lucidchart, home network

The Local Area Network is verizon. The devices on the internet connection are a macbook, desktop, xbox 360, iPad,iPod and a printer. I learned a lot about networks. Such as what networks look like. Also I learned that having a home network is not cheap. Furthermore not everyone has a home network. I also learned that the internet works better from above. That meaning if you have your modem on the top floor of your house the internet would work better. This is true because internet falls down. I think that everyone should have an home network. Also having a home network is useful because you do not have to rely on another person's home network. It is better to have your own network. 
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Isabella's Home Network

1) I use my laptop and phone to connect to the internet. 
2)I learned about how the actual internet connects, and that it is more than just my router. I never even cared or payed attention about how things that I use daily actual work. The main thing that I learned and found interests in was my ISP, which is connected with comcast.  
3)I would tell them that even if it IS expensive to have a home network, it does help a lot. But when you do get home network, you have to make sure that all your wires are plugged in and connected in the right places.
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Thy Network of Wilson Biggs

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My LAN is consisted of three iPhones, three laptops, a Wii, and a Blu-Ray player. I didn't learn much that is new, because I knew a lot about networks beforehand. If you want to set up a network, make sure your router both has an ethernet out and a wireless broadcaster. The ethernet is faster than the Wi•Fi, but it's a cord and needs to be wired to each computer. For computers on the same floor as the router, ethernet would be helpful.
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Michaela's Home Network

final thing
​This represents my home internet, and how it works. My I.S.P. (internet service provider) is Comcast. The internet comes in through my modem, and is distributed to all my devices wirelessly. The devices that is distributed to are my speakers, my smart phone, my computer, and my printer. 

I have learned a lot about network, how they work, and who uses them. I have also learned how to be safe on line, and to not do anything you will regret, because it is there permanently. 

I would tell other people to be conscious of what you do on the internet, and use it for good reasons, and not bad.
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¿Qué hora es?- The Times in Spanish.

When you are in a new and strange environment and your'e pressed for time it can be difficult. In this lesson you will learn on how to ask what time it is  and how to know what someone's response would be. The chart below has been made so that you can try to learn how to say the times in Spanish. (note: when you say menos cuatro you must say the hour that is after the time, EX: 5:45= Son las seis menos cuatro). Below is a video demonstrating a real life situation of a student in a new school asking when to change times.

VIDEO
Please note: the audio may be a bit off in the video and we apologize for the inconvenience.
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Josh Berg's Home Network

1.

​My home LAN consists of my Airport connecting to all of our devices. the devices connected include: My mother's phone, our computers, and an Ipod. These devices are the ones that make up my overall home-network and the chart you see before you.

2.
I learned just how much more complicated it is than what I may have thought. There are a lot of different factors that go into in the long run, having working internet. I think that many people do not know how there internet works and why it works. It is difficult to appreciate something you don't know about. It is also important to be knowledgeable yourself so you may inform others and spread the knowledge about. This way we can all reach a higher plane of knowing and existence. 

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I think that people should take the time to learn about their home networks so that they can appreciate them fully. I was not aware of how much goes into it and I think knowing more about it made em appreciate that I have it more. The internet is a great tool that is important to know about in a more logistical manner.
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Los Meses de Año + La Fecha - months and dates

This is ment for some who is trying to figure out there friends birthday. 
Below is the chart is a chart to teach you all the Months in a year and the dates. 
Example-  

 English- My birthday is June 24 
 Spanish- Mi cumpleaños es junio de veinte y cuatro 

Chart of months: found at http://www.montessoriforeveryone.com/Spanish-Days-Months-and-Seasons-_p_291.html
Chart of dates: http://jmelendezsla.blogspot.com/2010/10/months-and-dates-in-spanish.html
*Please note 
31 is Treint y uno
Below is a video on how two friends ask each other when there birthday is so they will  know when they should get them a a present. 

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​*Sorry for the inconvenience of the delayed audio 
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Tú vs. Usted: Informal vs. Formal

The difference between tú and usted is that Tú is informal (for talking to your friends) and Usted is formal (for talking to an adult). 


- the way you use the words can change the whole meaning of the sentence

  • you dont always have to say tú or usted after you ask a question
  • you only have to say it when the word is not in parenthesis 


These are some examples of how to use the words

click here for a real life situation of how to use tu vs usted.  

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Los meses (The Months)

This picture explains the months. Just double check your spelling for the months, and the accents.
Also, a very important rule for las mesas: Make sure you don't capitalize any of the letters in the month's names.

For example:
May = mayo
June = junio

See? NO capitals!!

Other than that just have fun and memorize your months!
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Amelia's Home Network

The devices in my network include two laptops, one droid phone, one Wii, and one desktop computer. I learned what happens when you insert a web address. I think that was amazing how fast a computer processes that. I would tell people that the internet is very elaborate and intense. I never thought that a computer does so many things as fast as a snap.
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¡Gracías!: How To Be Polite

When being polite in spanish, there are a lot of things to remember
There are three ways to say excuse me in Español: Disculpe, perdon, and con permiso. They all mean different things, as well. 
There are three ways to say thank you: Gracías, muchas gracías, and muy amable gracías. 
Finally, there are three ways to say you're welcome: De nada, por nada, and no hay de qué

Use these flashcards to learn how to be polite in spanish.
Click HERE for a video of a real life situation of when to use courtesy phrases. 
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Daís de la Semana

​Today you're going to learn about the days of the week in Spanish. 
Remember: 
-Don't capitalize the days of the week in spanish

-the week starts with Monday, not Sunday. 

Click here to see our set of flashcards. 

In this video you will see two friends who are planning a trip. 

Click here to see that video. 

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Choi, Jiwon, Lucid Chart, Home Network

  My Internet service provider is comcast. My modem is connected to comcast and then my router. There are many electronic devices connected to my router. I have laptops, phones, and television connected to it. I also have a airport express connected from the router and that connects my printer. 

   Something that I learned was if a document, picture, video, etc. leaves your hard drive, it is no longer yours. Also, I found out that something that you post on a website or somewhere on the internet can be taken offensively. That happens at times because you can't see that they're joking around or one could just interpret it in a different way than you meant to say. 

    I would tell other people that they should know more about how the internet works and as well as information about the ISP. Also, it is quite expensive so I would warn them to choose the right price amount to not to be so worried about the price.
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Peraza, Javier, LucidNetwork, Newtwork

I have a TV, multiple laptops, multiple phones, multiple ipads, multiple ipods, Printer, and a Xbox 360 . I learned that networks are much more complicated than most people think. There is much more work and process that goes on to give us our internet. I feel networks are more boring and confusing after learning all of this. If I were to tell someone something important about having a home network would tell people that it costs money but its very important so its worth the cash.
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El Pronstico- The weather of the day

Imagine you are taking a trip to a Spanish speaking country, and you trying to figure out what to wear. But you can not understand what the weather person is saying. If you are trying to figure how to say simple weather then look at the chart below:
Example- 
English- Its raining 
Spanish- Está lloviendo

Below is a video on how a weather man predicts the weather in a spanish speaking country.
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​*Sorry for the inconvenience of the delayed audio 
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Hola guapa!: Tú vs. Ud

Lesson

​In english we show respect by saying things like sir or ma'am. But in spanish you must say tú or usted and most of the time the word/phrase gets a bit altered. 

Tú is used in cases where you are talking to a friend or a peer. 

Usted is used when showing someone respect, especially an elder. 
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​Introduction to Video

This video will be showing a girl in Mexico meeting one of her professors for the first time. She asks some questions using Udsted. 
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Des's home network

I get my internet through cable, which uses wires to connetto peoples homes. The devices in my household that are connected to the internet are the family Nintendo Wii, and P.C. My parents i-phones, and my cell phone are connected to the internet. My dad's, and my laptop a connected, along with my  i-pod touch. 

I didn't really know about how internet connection worked until know. I didn't know that it worked in multipal ways. i learned about modems and I.S.Ps. I learned more about how the internet works. I would tell how an I.S.P home network works to people who needed to know because it is important. I would explain how internet connection works.
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Naomi's Home Network

On my local network I have the internet provided by Comcast then my iPhone, my mac, and two dells. Off of my dells we have our television and speakers. When I finally figured out what the network was and how everything connected it was a very happy moment. I felt extremely smart, people had been talking about things that I had never heard about when when I finally got it I felt smart. You should be careful about how much you have hooked up because it will slow down your internet speed. 
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August's Home Network

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-This is a diagram of my L.A.N. network (local area network) is provided by verizon, but not FIOS. The internet signal is channeled through my router and my wireless apple airport extreme. From there it is broadcasted to the rest of my computers including our main Imac. The Imac has a port mapping software on it that can direct data from the minecraft server  to other people. 
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Berven-Stotz, Mitchell, LucidChart, Home Network

My home network is made up of a combination modem and router which connects through an ethernet cable to my airport express, my TV, and my desktop. The Airport Express connects to three laptops, my Nintendo Wii, and an Ipad.
I use Xfinity Wireless. It costs me approximately $800 a year.

I learned about how networks work. I learned that only a small amount of information can pass through the firewall, so multiple copies are sent out. I now know how to examine and organize a home network. The OMG moment I had was when I learned that the internet was being designed as early as the fifties.
When learning about the home network, people need to understand what a service provider is, what routers and modems are, and how the internet works.
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Pipeline Monologue Project

Monologue #1: Teenage highschool student.
Finally after all these years of searching and searching for oil on american lands, we found it.
This could be the greatest discovery, or it could be the worst.
There’s many things this could bring to our country.
Both positive and negative.
American jobs, american oil, and american money
It all sounds so sweet and wonderful.
But then you have to think about all of the risks.
What if, the pipeline has a leak
What if, it covers the entire east coast in a greasy slime killing all of our plant life and animals
What if, there's an oil spill worse than the gulf of mexico.
What if, the giant lakes of waste leak into our drinking water. What if.
In some aspects I can understand why people think it’s such a good idea, and in others I am totally against everything they stand for.
The whole american land, american money part i'm totally down for.
But the environmental damage that it's going to cause i'm not too excited about.
Ninety percent of the water used for this pipeline is going to turn into toxic sludge that is going to be stored in giant ponds around the country potentially damaging our drinking water.
So before you go and encourage this pipeline, think about the harm that it could do to our environment first.


Monologue #2 The ocean
I’m so scared, I don’t know how to feel. They say this pipeline is gonna be a good thing, but how can I trust any pipeline after what happened down the gulf of mexico a year or two ago. That spill caused me to lose tons of my children, and to think that this could possibly happen again if this pipeline is put in completely and utterly terrifies me. I mean they say that it’s safe and with all the money they’re putting into it there’s no possible way that it could even leak, crack, or break for at least a century. But when your children are at risk you have to be especially cautious.

Monologue #3 Man living in the territory of the pipeline
Hello all. My name is John Damien and I live in Lincoln Nebraska. I’ve lived here for all 48 years of my life. I have a wife, two young daughters, and a baby boy on the way. Just last week I received a letter in the mail stating that my family and I have 6 months to evacuate from our land. Said they’re buildin’ some type of pipeline that transport oils all the way from Canada down to Texas. What I care bout some stupid pipeline? This is my home, my land, my life. From the brief bit of research i've done on the pipeline it seems quite harmful to the environment. God I beg you to please not let the president pass this and potentially harm my life, job, and kids childhood.


Click here-----> https://vimeo.com/52085447 https://vimeo.com/52085447re.

Appendix: 

-Create lots of american jobs. Around 600 thousand. (Fox News Keystone Pipeline)


-Help part ways from the dangerous middle east (fox news keystone pipeline)

-It’s clean. Better than importing dirty, expensive crude. (fox news keystone pipeline)

-Better for the environment because we don’t have to transport all that oil from the middle east and cause all the air pollution from the planes. (mixture of different websites)

-Tailing will ruin the water ponds (dirtyoilsand.org)

-“The people downstream from the toxic tailing ponds have high rates of rare cancers, renal failure, lupus, and hyperthyroidism” (KeystoneXL new york times)

-90 percent of the water used will turn into toxic waste and not be able to used again (foe.org)

-The destruction of the land is going to threaten the caribou and destroy forest (dirtyoilsand.org)



Bibliography:

- http://www.nrdc.org/energy/keystone-pipeline/?gclid=COmMnrX2mbMCFYZM4AodqnIAfg

- http://www.transcanada.com/keystone.html

-  http://www.foe.org/projects/climate-and-energy/tar-sands/keystone-xl-pipeline

- http://greenliving.about.com/od/scienceandtechnology/a/Keystone-Pipeline.htm

- http://greenliving.about.com/od/scienceandtechnology/a/Keystone-Pipeline.htm

- http://www.tarsandsaction.org/?gclid=COWcn_mEmrMCFQZnOgodg3QAug
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