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Aiesha Langley Capstone
For my capstone I worked with a student who has ASD. Every Thursday I would go and talk to him, play charades, draw, and even just do check ins. As time went on I started enjoying the time spent with the student so my time with him increased to twice a week. I started keeping a record of the different things I did with him and different drawings that were made. I love helping others and when I come in and help this particular student I am able to help him feel comfortable in his own community. I know how hard it is making friends and to socialize with people and that needs to be changed.
When I first met the student I actually thought it would be difficult working with him because I myself am shy even after being apart of this community for 4 years so I know how he feel for his first year. I still get shy but working with this student has been a pleasure because we both have been stepping out of our comfort zone with each other by playing charades and acting different things out with one another, by showing our art skills and even just making conversation about how our week has been. Many people don’t know what ASD is or what having autism means so here is my awareness presentation on what ASD is, effects of having ASD, different types and the relationship it has with social skills.
Q3 Benchmark : Obesity
Track & Field Sports Physiology Mini-Project
Cycles Of Matter In The Food System (Nitrogen)
Bio Chem Campaign
Fashion Week Designers for FWSD 2016
El diseñadores de Semana de la Moda de San Diego se han anunciado. El diseñadores de moda incluye “Jaded Marie,” “Otro Tanto,” “P. Sangeeta,” “Valleau Apparel,” y muchos otros. El estilo que es popular es ropa femenino y relajado estilos. Pero, hay una gran variedad. Año pasado, el estilo fue es popular fue elegante y glamoroso. Este ano, nuevo disenadores de moda tienen la oportunidad de mostrar sus disenos a muchas empresas durante Semana de la Moda de San Diego. Buena suerte a los diseñadores, se mostrarán sus diseños durante Semana de la Moda de San Diego durante la primera semana de octubre.
date high/low condition precip. wind humidity
jan 25 mon 64°/49° mostly sunny 0% WNW 12 mph 57%
jan 26 tues 65°/50° sunny 0% NNW 9 mph 52%
jan 27 wed 62°/50° mostly sunny 0% NW 8 mph 48%
jan 28 thurs 65°/49° mostly sunny 0% WSW 9 mph 49%
jan 29 friday 63°/48° sunny 20% WSW 11 mph 59%
El pronóstico de este semana es (picture of the forecast) hoy es el veinticinco de enero. Va a ser mayormente soleado. La temperatura es sesenta y cuatro y cuarenta y nueve. La precipitación es zero porcentaje. La humedad es cincuenta y seis porcentaje.
Mañana es el veinti seis de enero. Va a ser soleado. La temperatura es sesenta cinco y cincuenta. Es cero porcentaje precipitación y el humedad es cincuenta y dos.
El veintisiete de enero va a ser mayormente soleado. La temperatura sesenta y dos y cincuenta. Es cero porcentaje precipitación. La humedad es cuarenta y ocho.
El veintiocho de enero va a ser mayormente soleado. La temperatura es sesenta y cinco y cuarenta y nueve. es cero porcentaje de precipitación.
Title: “Could Sugar Fuel The Growth Of Cancer”
Date: Friday, Jan 1, 2016 at 06:40 AM
Azúcar se encuentra comúnmente en la dieta americana. Una media lata de doce onzas de soda tiene 10 cucharaditas de azúcar. Los investigadores han estado estudiando lo que el azúcar hace al cuerpo. Un tipo del azúcar en particular ha proporcionado una relación posible del azúcar al cáncer. Ese azúcar particular es fructose. Las pruebas usando ratones muestran un mecanismo posible para cómo pasa. Los resultados, publicados en la revista Cancer Research, apoyan estudios que sugieren que personas que consumen más azúcar tienen un mayor riesgo de cáncer y cáncer de mama en particular. Sin embargo, los investigadores dicen que este único factor es más difícil de precisar, ya que "azúcar" es un término muy amplio usado. "Muchos pacientes se les dice no importa lo que usted come después de que son diagnosticadas con cáncer. Este preliminar investigación animal sugiere que importa,"dijo Lorenzo Cohen de la Universidad de Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, que trabajó en el estudio. Otros estudios ver azúcar pesado dietas pueden afectar la enfermedad de Alzheimer, la diabetes y la enfermedad del corazón
News Report Story:
Estoy aquí en la escena donde un conductor estrelló contra los apartamentos de Chula Vista. Veth Brock y residente de arriba dice que es nada que nunca antes había sentido. Él funcionó abajo para encontrar un SUV presentado en la pared de su vecino. "Gracias a Dios el hombre decidió tomar una siesta en su habitación y no su sala de estar." dijo Veth. Las dos personas en el coche sufrieron heridas leves. La mujer conduce el auto afirma que sus frenos se salieron. Unas horas más tarde, el coche fue quitado del edificio. Volver a ti.
Breaking News: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/01/feature-astronomers-say-neptune-sized-planet-lurks-unseen-solar-system
¡Noticias de última hora! ¡Un noveno planeta de nuestro sistema solar ha sido descubierto! Este planeta teórico, o Planeta X (ekis), que ha formulado la hipótesis de desde hace más de cien años tiene pruebas para demostrar que la existencia. Este misterioso Planeta X (ekis) se encuentra más allá de Neptuno, y actualmente no es visible a simple vista. Lo que los científicos para llegar a la conclusión de que un noveno planeta en nuestro sistema solar es el desplazamiento de seis objetos que orbitan el sol. Dicen que la gravedad de un planeta diez veces el tamaño de la tierra es lo que desplazó estos objetos en órbitas elípticas extraño. La órbita del Planeta X (ekis) también es elíptica, y su distancia del sol es siete veces más lejos que Neptuno's.
Incluso con toda esta evidencia, podemos solamente estar seguros de la existencia del planeta una vez que vemos lo través de un telescopio. Yo soy Max Harris, la presentación de informes para el canal diecisiete noticias.
Sports on San Diego
Greeting- Hola como estas San Diego, Cómo está todo el mundo haciendo hoy es el veinticinco de enero.
Farewell- Adiós San diego y tienen un buen dia.
Sports- Los San Diego Chargers son decidiendo si ellos quieren reubicar el estadio este año, San Diego Chargers son pensando reubicando a Los Ángeles. Si muevan van a los Los Angeles chargers.Cargadores de San Diego eran infelices con deficientes estadios en las ciudades actuales, pero la NFL no quiere tres equipos en los Ángeles y no financiar dos proyectos de Estadio separadas en la misma área metro. Por el contrario, apoyará un nuevo plan de estadio en L.A. capaz de ser compartido por dos equipos de la NFL. decidir si quieren reubicar su estadio este año, los cargadores de San Diego están pensando en trasladarse a Los Ángeles, si el cambio de cargadores de San Diego la estará pronto llame a cargadores de Los Ángeles.
College Interview Video
Día de los Muertos
Hola! Me llamo Aiesha Langley, Yo soy el joven hija de Robert Langley. Mi padre muero cuando yo doce años.
“Hello my name is Aiesha Langley, I am the youngest daughter of Robert Langley.My father died when i was 12 years old.”
Mi padre Madre nombre es Belle Myers y su Padre nombre es “Bunky” Myers. Mi Padre nació en el sur de Filadelfia y trasladado a suroeste filadelfia.
“My father mother name is Belle Myers and his father name is Bunky Myers. My father was born in South Philadelphia and moved to Southwest Philadelphia.”
Mi padre es el más antiguo niño de Belle Myers . El tiene dos hijas.
My father is the oldest child of Belle Myers. He has two daughters.”
Mi padre era alto and muy comica. El era muy trabajador
My father was tall and very funny. He was also very hardworking.
Yo soy muy triste. El era mi el mejor amigo. Ha sido un tiempo, y todavía me duele. Que lastima a saber mi abuela perdido primero nacido.
I am very sad. He was my best friend. It's been a while, and it still hurts. That hurts to know my grandmother lost first born.
Spring Stream - C Band-
Q1 BenchMark Dia de los Muertos
The person that passed away was my father. That was a life changing event. That is an event that caused a change in me because i really love my father and losing him was a wake up call for me. It made me realize life is to short and you never know when your last time seeing someone would be. My father means a lot to me because he is an important aspect of my life. He made me who I am today. Losing him made me wanna try harder to achieve my goals because i know he is looking down on me proud and happy for his youngest daughter and for my achievements.Everything i now do is for my dad. Whenever i'm ready to give up i think to myself "no aiesha, you have to keep working hard for dad" or "he is looking down smiling on me".
I personally think that when a girl loses her father or mother her life will never be the same but i think a girl losing her father is more effective than a girl losing her mother because the type of love and attention that girls would receive from the mother wouldn't be the same as the love from their father because i feel as though girls need their father more because they would never experience “the father daughter love”. This event really changed me because it changed my view on life, it changed the way I view myself and others.
It also made me think about the good times i shared with him and all the memories we shared. For example, when i was little we had a chuck e cheese outing. At the time being i was very afraid of chuckee because i don't like people dressed up in costumes up until this day so we were all eating pizza and playing games until chuckie came over and i was so terrified. I hid under the table, but my dad made it clear that whatever happens he will always be there to protect me, he is my protector. qI think about him everyday and the hardest thing was walking across the stage getting my diploma from 8th grade and not seeing his face in the crowd and when i went to my 8th grade dinner dance him not there to see me go like the rest of the crowd hurted me more then anything.
I would do anything to have my dad back in my life to make up for those special moments i had faced, but i know he was with me not physically but mentally. I decided to create my skull about my father because as stated before, my father mean alot to me and he was more than a Dad. He was my protector, my best friend, and anything else I needed him to be.
But now he is my guardian angel.My sugar skull and mask represents my father because I used some of his favorite colors and his favorite things. For example I used the colors he liked and also colors to represent christmas (the day he passed) and I used car stickers because my dad collected cars and two emojis stickers of two little girls because he has two daughters , me and my older sister the stickers represented things that he love and cherish.
Dia de los Muertos has opened my mind to want to celebrate his life more and reflect on all the good times we shared when he was still here with me and the rest of our family. Even though he isnt here physically , I know he is here with my mentally , and emotionally because he will always be an important aspect of my life and I will always carry him around him around with me. He may be gone be not forgotten.
Oral History: Belle Myers (A.Langley)
My grandmother reflects on life growing up , while she faced discrimination and many other obstacles that crossed her path. In the interview, she begins by sharing her own experiences that she faced back as a child. Also in the interview she shares, an memorable event that played a huge role in her life and others.
On July 23, 1953, City Councilman Raymond Pace Alexander called for the admission of African-American students to Girard College, the North Philadelphia boarding school for boys that didn't have a father. Almost fifteen years later in June 1968, Alexander joined fellow civil rights activist Cecil B. Moore at a rally celebrating the end of the school’s segregated admissions policy. On that day, Alexander and Moore reflected on the evolution of strategies, objectives, and leadership within the modern civil rights movement. As historian Matthew J. Countryman rightly observes, “the modern civil rights movement was as much a product of the black experience of racial oppression in the urban North as it was of life in the segregated South” and those experiences keenly shaped how the effort to desegregate Girard College unfolded through the 1950s and 1960s. This was an important memorable event for my grandmother in which she will never forget.
Did you have any experiences with discrimination?
“Yes, as a child I grew up in South Carolina, everyday was discrimination because as a child, how you were treated, most thought that was the way of life.”
How do you feel about the role race play in society?
“It shouldn't be a role that race plays, everyone should be equal.”
What do you remember from the Civil Rights Movement?
“I remember Cecil B.Moore fighting to have Girard college accept black students.”
Do you think that racism is an important issue for children to be aware of?
“Its very important , because prejudice is a learnt behavior it's taught first in the home.”
What do you think is the best way to oppose/end racism?
“By treating everyone equal, not by the color of their skin or were they came from.”
Did the civil rights movement affect you and if so how?
“It affect me because it gave me a greater desire to not live an oppressed live although I was labeled as an oppressed people.”
Why do you think racism is still going on in the 21st century?
“As long as there is hate, disrespect, and ignorance it will always go on.”
What are your feelings towards racism?
“It makes me sad, and it's painful.”
Which time period do you think race had the most positive impact?
“Time periods differ, when anything positive came out, in the society of division , there were a impact , being the 60s , 80s, and even now, there were an impact.”
From your perspective how does Race and discrimination differ?
“because society continue to label people as minorities, people of color are looked at as less valued and not on an equal level.”
Georgia Douglas Johnson
Humans Of SLA Beeber: Ms. Reed
Interview For Ms. Reed
Aiesha: Who has been the biggest influence on your life?
Ms. Reed: I would say the biggest influence in my life has definitely been my parents (if I can chose 2 people) basically and still who i am today being able to work hard, importance of education,the value of loving each other, good relationships so definitely my parents.
Aiesha: If you could snap your fingers and make one thing better in the world what would it be? Why?
Ms reed: If I could snap my fingers and make one thing better I would like to be able to make education more equal and equality available to everybody and I think if everyone was offered a level playing field, (you know if everyone had the same opportunity) I just think education is so important to people advancing their lives it influences everything they do for the rest of their lives I would want to make education equal.
Aiesha: what are the most important lessons you've learned in life?
Ms Reed: the most important thing I've learned in life so far is relationships and that you need to really care and love the people around you and never take anything for granted people included in that and really just I know this sound cheesy but living each day to the fullest and not having regrets and really appreciate everything you have.
Humans Of SLA Beeber: Shirin Akhter
Q: What are your goals and ambitions for the future?
A: “My goal for the future is to graduate from college, and receive all my degrees in cosmology.”
Q:What are you proudest of in your life?
A: “I am Proud of becoming a student here at SLA.
Q:How would you like to be remembered?
A: “ I Would like to be remembered as the person who people looked up to and the person who was there guiding others down the right path.”
Q: Who has been the biggest influence on your life?
A: “My big sister because she never let anyone affect her future, My cousin, because she is very understanding, and lastly, my friends because they are alway trying to help and guide me down the right path.