Our Awareness PSA basically talked about what most kids or teens today are sometimes are too shy about. It shed light on the statistics of reproductive health and some benefits from it. So I decided to do the topic of Reproductive health because firstly I wanted to do a topic that we really don’t know that much of. I wanted to also educate myself on a topic like this that’s very under-looked compared to many others. I contributed to my group by doing everything visually and video wise. I helped bring the picture together as well as help conduct some of the interviews. I feel as though we did well by finding out resources that were trustworthy. I think the honesty and comfortless within our interviewers especially with a topic that’s so embarrassing for some they did very well with speaking on with their own prior knowledge. If I could do this again I would try and make it more entertaining for younger viewers so that it was seem as though they are just being talked at. I want them to understand by being entertained if they find little scripts or methods for them to be entertain it will be something they will take with them for the rest of their lives. The most meaningful thing about our PSA would have to be the authenticity and realness of our interviews it’s not as if they were planned or rehearsed they were talking from experiences and using the utmost honesty.
El/La Poeta: Ruben Dario
Rubén Dario también conocido como Félix Rubén García Sarmiento nacío en dieciocho de enero de mil ochocientos sesenta y siete en Metapa, Nicaragua. Rubén después murió en seis de febrero de mil novecientos dieciséis en León, Nicaragua. Dario estuvo un influyente el poeta, periodista, y diplomático. En el edad catorce el comenzó pasando por el nombre Ruben Dario y firmó todo de su poemas y amor relatos esto mostró su gráfico imaginación. En Chile mil ochocientos ochenta y ocho, él publiqué su primero importante trabajar llamó ¨Azul¨. Su trabajo pronto consiguió reconocido por Europa y América Latina. Entonces en él supo para fue el nuevo era para literatura americana española. Cuando creando ¨Azul¨ él no usa el tradicional largo y complejo gramatical español oración de estructuras.
Mi Nombre es Lamira Jeffreys yo nací en Filadelfia en primero de octubre de mil novecientos noventa y nueve. Yo vivo con mi madre, padre y dos hermanos. yo asisto escuela secundaria en academia de liderazgo y ciencia en beeber. Yo seré graduarme en el año dos mil dieciocho. Yo tambeín, disfrutar deportes como baile, animación, voleibol y baloncesto aún aunque yo no era muy buena. Mi grande éxito fue logro el Premio Nacional de la Academia del futuro científico y técnico de excelencia. Yo dirijo a tengo un trabajo y lo bueno en escuela cual es muy difícil para más los adolescentes hacen. Otro pasatiempo yo disfruto es organización de eventos.
Silencio de la noche, doloroso silencio
nocturno... ¿Por qué el alma tiembla de tal manera?
Oigo el zumbido de mi sangre,
dentro de mi cráneo pasa una suave tormenta.
¡Insomnio! No poder dormir, y, sin embargo,
soñar. Ser la auto-pieza
de disección espiritual, ¡el auto-Hamlet!
Diluir mi tristeza
en un vino de noche
en el maravilloso cristal de las tinieblas...
Y me digo: ¿a qué hora vendrá el alba?
Se ha cerrado una puerta...
Ha pasado un transeúnte...
Ha dado el reloj trece horas... ¡Si será Ella! ...
Yo pienso este el poeta es hablando sobre un niña este lo gusta y desea ella a llamada lo. Su un poema amable y profundo. Ruben podría ser aislado y quiere a insistencia cómo él está sentimiento en el momento. Su gusta un pequeño chico de escuela enamoramiento. Él entonces espera por el teléfono para este niña a llamada lo. Él está no capaz a dormir a menos que esté niña llamada lo. Ruben sientes que todo su vistas en la vida está cerrar por completo. él está no capaz sueño o imaginarse debido a esta niña. Su las tres de la mañana yo soy asumiendo y él está aún espera para ella a llamada lo.
La llamada- Lamira Jeffreys
Yo espero por la llamada que podría cambiar mi vida
Me siento por el teléfono y yo espero todo noche
Yo deseo lo estuvo sencilla y él llamaría mi
Yo odio estar un solo con nadie a calma mi
Yo lo veo diario yo no qué hacer
¿Tal vez siguiente tiempo yo debo fingir la gripe?
Justo llamada mi ya, yo tengo nada a hacer
Pero sentarse por el teléfono la espera para usted
Yo sé por ahora yo debo dejar en usted
Hay justo algo sobre usted yo no poder pierdo
Yo soy la espera y la espera con nadie hacer
Pero sentarse por el teléfono la espera por usted
R/T - ¡Hola! Buenos dias Tampa Bay.
R - Yo soy Rymir Vaughn.
T - Y yo soy Tilly Tyler-Newbill.
R - ¿Cómo estás esta mañana Tilly?
T - Estoy bien Rymir. ¿Y tú.?
R - ¡Estoy excelente!```
T - Eso es bueno.
R - Pues, su estado bien últimamente. ¿Lo no?
T - Si, yo tengo estuve disfruto ese invierno tiempo.
R - Me también.
T - Vamos a Egypt a vemos nosotros tiempo quedarse como amable como tenemos.
Gracias Tilly y Rymir, buenos días, yo soy Egipto y aquí es tu cinco a siete días pronóstico.
Esta semana será amable y tibia.
Hoy es un alto de sesenta y nueve grados con bajo de cinquenta y tormentas
Viernes es sesenta y cinco grados con bajo cuarenta y cuatro y soleado.
Sabado es un alto de sesenta y ocho grados con bajo de cinquenta grados y soleado
Domingo es alto de setenta y uno grados con bajo de cinquenta y ocho y con el sol
Lunes es un alto de setenta y seis con bajo de sesenta y tres y limitación de sol nubes
R - La clima es muy amable.
T - Sí,
R - ¡Yo estoy vestiré shorts mañana!
T - Correcto de ese Rymir
R - Está bien, ahora aquí es Faithe Ben con noticia de última hora.
Noticia de última hora- Gracias Rymir y Altiliano. Yo hablo a la casa de representante orador Paul Ryan y él iniciado le clearo que ejecutivo orden, que rodear congreso, “ minado libertad” y es partida ser reter en el la corte. En la otro el lado, en un emocional discurso en el martes, Barack Obama culpado el arma lobby para contener nuestro el país rehén. Mientras limpiar romper lejos el recordarse que suceder en Sandy Hook Primaria cuando veinte criatura y seis personal miembro estuviera matado esperarse sobre arma violencia. El previamente contar la BBC que el fracaso abordar la pistola controlar tener estado el mayor la frustración de su la presidencia. Ahora de regreso a ustedes en el estudio.
T- El leys de arma control en este país está muy mal.
R - Sí, ustedes están, y Sandy Hook está un perfecto ejemplo.
T - Sí, yo accedo.
R - Está bien, ahora reporta la última noticias de condición es Ashley Armstrong.
Hola hoy aquí vamos a hablar de la proteína, el huevo son uno de los principales cosa para nuestro cuerpo para mantenerse en forma agua es otro por nosotros los seres humanos tener por lo menos dos huevos al día nuestros cerebros son capaces de foces más y que nuestro poder para quedarse otro hasta dos horas Creamos estaba hablando de agua, agua es lo que hay que hidratarse así que todos podemos mantenernos saludables y ayudar a otros a obtener en forma
tengo más información cuando volvamos
R - Ese es muy triste a veo alguien ese joven muere por un fútbol americano accidente.
T - Yo accedo, Yo penso más relleno en el casco ir a guardan estos criaturas y profesionales más seguro mientras juegan fútbol americano.
R - Ahora nosotros somos normal brincar a nuestro segmento moda por Lamira Jeffreys.
Gracias a ambos Rymir y Tilly para la excelente introducción. Tan, Damas y Caballeros adivinar qué próxima de nuevo este año. Su Bahía de Tampas misma propia moda semana. Año pasado fue un enorme éxito desde la modelo hacia la ropa. Ven mira esto, este año con nuestro próxima actividad llamada cócteles & Moda en Sábado, el dieciséis de enero. Siete hasta once noche. Ahora, todos usted puede que quiere a escuchar a este nueva ropa ahorro consejo yo encuentro para se queda fresco en un tradicional día en bahía de Tampa. Escuchan, es fácil toda usted tiene que es VESTIRSE FINO por ejemplo una bonita fino blusa o blanco camisa. Si usted continúa en lleva puesta pantalones cortos entonces usted está en el calle a éxito. Ustedes no tienen que vestir películas de mirar adorable. Muy bien eso es todas para día todos por más información y consejo verificar nuestro sitio web arroba www.Buendíabahía.com ahora de vuelta a ustedes Rymir y Tilly.
R - Yo no puedo esperar por Tampa Bay Fashion Week. Ese es ir a es bueno plato fuerte para la ciudad.
T - Yo accedo Rymir. Yo no puedo esperar a mostraré mi nuevo moda eso yo tengo estoy trabajo.
R - Bien ese es todo para hoy en Good Day Bay.
T - Nosotros queremos vemos todos otra vez mañana son las siete en punto de la mañana. ¿Quiere más información? Verifica nuestro veinticuatro siete sitio web.
R/T - Hello. good morning Tampa Bay!
R - I’m Rymir Vaughn
T - And I’m AltilianoTyler-Newbill
R - How are you this morning Tilly?
T- I’m good Rymir how about you?
R - I’m great.
T- That’s good.
R - Well, it’s been nice lately, hasn’t it?
T - Yes it has, I’ve been enjoying this winter weather.
R - (laughs) Me too.
T - Let’s go to Egypt to see if our weather will stay as nice as it has been.
Weather: Good morning, I’m Egypt and here is your 5 day forecast.This week is going to be really nice. Today is a high of 69 degrees, with a low of 50 degrees with thunderstorms. Friday is 65 degrees with a low of 44 degrees. and sunny., Saturday is a high of 68 with a low of 50 degrees and sunny. Sunday is a high of 71 degrees with a low of 58 and partly sunny,. On Monday is a high of 76 with a low of 63 degrees and limited sun and clouds.
R - The weather is very nice.
T - Yes it is.
R- I’m wearing shorts tomorrow!
T - Right about that Rymir.
R- Okay, now here is Faithe Ben with breaking news.
Thanks Rymir and tilly, I spoke to House of representative speaker Paul Ryan and he made it clear that executive orders, which bypass congress , “ undermined Liberty” , and is going to be challenge in the court. On the other side, in an emotional address on tuesday, Barack Obama blamed the gun lobby for holding our country hostage. While wiping tears away, he recalled what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary when twenty children and six staff members were killed due to gun violence. He previously told the BBC that the failure to tackle gun control had been the greatest frustration of his presidency. Hopefully we get a new change to the gun control laws.
T- The gun control laws in this country are very bad.
R- Yes they are, and Sandy Hook was a perfect example
T- Yes, I agree.
R - Okay, now reporting the latest health news is Ashley Armstrong
Health news~ Just in, a young football player form Harrisonville High School has passed away this morning due to “in the prime of life” and a disease destroying his brain” The young star took a big hit from another player in his freshman year, Michael family stayed that he was never the same the school stayed they still have the video tape today, In a later interview with his family stayed “ he spent 16 years on the gridiron, 16 years of using his body like a battering ram, after that hit he took in freshman year “he was never the same” The doctors stayed that the hit had sadder his brain” We will have more about information tune in later .
R- That’s just really sad to see someone that young die from a football accident.
T- I agree, I think more padding in the helmets will keep these kids and professionals more safe while playing football.
R- Now we're going to jump into our next segment Fashion by Lamira Jeffreys.
Thank you for that Rymir and Tilly, So guys guess what coming up again this year. It’s Tampa Bays very own Fashion week. Last year was a huge success from the models to the clothes. Come check it out this year along with our upcoming event called Cocktails & Couture on Saturday, January 16, 2016 7 until 11pm. Now, everyone you may want to listen to this new life hack I found for keeping cool on a regular day in Tampa bay. Okay listen it's easy you have to DRESS THIN that’s what we're all doing these days like a nice thin blouse, or white T. If you stick with shorts they may be your new key to success. You don’t have to be hot and sweaty just to look cute. Alright that’s all for today folks for more information and lifehacks check out our website at www.gooddaybay.com now back to you Rymir and Tilly.
R- I can’t wait for Tampa Bay Fashion Week. That’s going to be a good high light for the city
T- I agree Rymir. I can’t wait to display my new fashion that I've been working on.
R- Well that’s all for today on good bay
Día de los Muertos
Día de los Muertos is one of the most celebrated holiday in the Mexican culture. It’s a day where we celebrate the lives of our loved ones who we have lost. At first I thought it was just a sad and creepy day for everyone but when I actually got to watch a few videos and learned more information about the holiday I realized that it’s not a sad day. It’s a day where you’re surrounded by food, music, family, and flowers. We get to cherish all the little things that make a person the way they are and what we took for granted about the person when they were alive. I love all of the creativity and thought that goes into Día de los Muertos from the different foods to the different ideas people use to present their ofrendas and altars. I know what you're thinking what in the world is an ofrenda? Well an ofrenda is a decorative stand where it would hold pictures of the one that passed with all the things that the person liked and enjoyed the most during their time here.
I was glad that I got to get a feel for this holiday and the way another culture deal with the feeling of losing a loved one. In class I based my project off of my grandmother her name was Carol Washington she was the third oldest out of eight children but she was the oldest out of four girls. She was born February 10, 1956 and past April 19, 2008 she lived until the age 52. She was born in North Carolina but was raised in city of brotherly love Philadelphia. Married my grandfather Raymond Washington in May 1972 and had five children. She was into dental and health care for many years and decided to pursue a career in dental.
Me and my Grandmother weren’t as close as when she was live but doing this project it showed me that we were just alike in so many ways. As a younger child I did not always get to see the greatest parts of my grandmother due to my behavior and what they would call a “smart mouth” and as old fashioned woman I was disciplined for my actions. However after participating in my first Día de los Muertos I have gotten to refresh and preserve my memory of her taught me that she means a great deal to me. Making me wish that I had more time to spend with a person who was just like me in characteristics and personality.
I decided to create my sugar skull in the remembrance of my grandmother because one she is my grandmother. Also, because she was my mother’s mother and my mother loved her dearly. My mother means a lot to me so I wanted to do this project for her to remember her mother since she can’t reflect herself doing this project. So I believe that my sugar skull reflects my grandmother because the colors I used reflected my favorite memory of her which was during Easter. Which she let me decorate all the eggs and hide my cousins and my brothers easter baskets all around the house. So I decorated my skull and mask in what I believe are easter colors. I also added braces on my skulls teeth because that reflected her being a dentist and when I think of dentistry I think of braces.
Día de los Muertos open up my mind a lot for celebrating my loved ones because it let us do what our loved ones enjoyed. We can kind of get to walk into their shoes for the day by eating everything they loved and doing activities that they felt were stimulating and fun. I think that this is something that everyone could enjoy after they finished grieving or if they want to use this holiday as a grieving resolution. Because it lets you have a day where you get to talk about the person and get out all of your final cries till next year or their birthday. I feel as though this was a great exercise for the class it let us do exactly what the holiday encourage you to do. I would like to bring this holiday home with me because it let me get to know more about my grandmother even though I didn’t know her that well it gave me time to actually sit down with my mother and learn a lot more to my grandmother then what I knew previously.
Hola mi nombre es Lamira Jeffreys y yo hecho este panegírico para mi abuela. Yo tenía nueve años de edad cuando ella falleció.
Mi abuela Carol nació el diez de febrero de mil novecientos cincuenta y seis. Ella para realidad nació en North Carolina pero creció en Filadelfia.
Ella fue una dentista y involucrados con atención médica. Ella fue la tres vieja de ocho niños.
Mi abuela fue de marrón piel y muy alta y flaca. Ella también fue enérgica y cariñosa.
En el momento no era lo suficientemente mayor para saber lo que estaba pasando. Yo aún tengo amor para ella pero son no como sólida debido a mi edad. La sola cosa yo deseo yo podía tener con mi abuela es más tiempo. Más tiempo que yo podía usar a obtener a saber ella mejor.
En un sentido yo siento a la izquierda hacia fuera porque mi hermano y primos tienen mucho memorias de mi abuela pero yo no tengo muchos.
Así que cuándo de familia encantarse y hablar sobre ella yo no llegar a decir muchoHay mucho de cosa fui buscado preguntó sobre vida.
Lamira Jeffreys: Lamira Jeffreys I am Interviewing Geneva Floyd The date is 5/31/2015 and the time is 8:21 Pm. Alright Hello, So my First questions is how was it growing up as a African American child?
Geneva Floyd: Rough, It was hard; it was hard but we survived but it was hard.
LJ: How often did you learn about black historians back in the day?
GF: Only by watching television and seeing the life interaction of black african americans.
LJ:What are some things you remember from Martin Luther king Speech?
GF: I remember they were um talking about freedom and expression of I remember them, them what was they doing hanging black men quite often.
LJ: Did his words inspire you to do anything different in life?
GF: Yes it inspired me to get a better education
LJ: Have you ever been to one of his speeches?
GF: No I listen to alot of his records
LJ: How was school like for you around the time of segregation?
GF: I don’t know I didn't go to a segregated school i went to an all black school i dont know f it was segregated or not I ain't go to school with no white folks Only white people was the teachers
LJ: Were you able to protest when you were younger?
GF: Yes but I wasn’t able to protest because my mother didn’t allowed it, my mother didn’t allow us to go to none of them rallies. She was scared her girls would get hurt.
LJ: How did you feel when you heard about Rosa parks ?
GF: I dont understand how she wanted to be on the bus with white folks, I don't know why they wanted to segregate the bathrooms and stuff because we was much cleaner than the white folks you know I really didnt understand that and thats when our food got to be garbage.
LJ: Did you agree with her not getting up? or did you think she was over reacting?
GF: I don’t think she should have gotten up why should she I think the girl rosa should sit on her ass and let the white man stand up.
LJ: If you could chose to be apart of any protest which one would you chose to be in and why?
GF: Today I would rather be in the Montgomery march i would have marched because the bus boycott we was paying money and was treated like we was inferior and that wasn’t wassup if
i gotta pay the same fair as the white man i should be treated the same way.
LJ: What would your stance be would it be nonviolent or by any means necessary?
GF: Any means necessary because we were being brutalized as a race of people and i think we should have picked em arms and straightened all this out.
LJ: I heard that you were a black panther growing up how was the experience of being one?
GF: Being a black panther greatly benefited me because it made me realized that my people were suppressed and they need uh a partner to come up and fight for our rights Huey P Newton stood up for our rights and he fought for our rights fought for the breakfast program we have today and the child care situation we have today which we really forgotten about.
LJ: Which protest do you think was more beneficial martin Luther king or Malcolm X?GF: Since I was a nation of Islam participant I believe that Malcolm did more for the black people than Martin because Martin believe in nonviolence and Malcolm said by any means necessary like Huey P Newton said any means necessary we should not bow down and submit to violence or non segregation order why should we do that when we built this country with the white man.
- If you can travel anywhere in the world where would it be?
- Who has been the biggest influence on your life? why?
- What is your happiest memmory?
- If you could take back anything you could say or do what would it be? Why?
I would bring my uncle back because he is like my dad to me, he raised me when my dad was here. My dad left me when I was like two years old. So I just got to know my dad for 3 years only, So I would really bring back mu uncle
- If you could travel anywhere in the world where would it be?
You already know i'm going back to Africa, sike naw I wanna go to France because I don't know.
- What is your greatest achievement?
In this experiment we chose to light up a hat that wires are set up in parallel and series wires. We chose a hat because its easy and its different and also if we would wanted to do something where you could also wear this designs. We both like creating things where you can interact with the object and is eye catching.You may ask what is art and we say art could be anything we can make it be. Even the littlest things that you may make or do is art whether you like it or not.
The process of this project was to figure out what object we wanted to make our circuit experiment on. The circuit experiment me and my partner decided to make a winter hat light up.The second, part was choosing what kind of lights we wanted to use. We chose to use lights with color to them to make our hat more interesting. The next, step to our process was to find out the resistance in each bulb. We used in total twelve different bulbs with many different resistances that were very hard to calculate at the time. The hardest part of the project was setting up our wires trying to find a way to make all twelve light light up. Which is not as easy as it seems it was actually harder than you think because the brightest we could get the lights could only be three in each series. After several days of thinking we finally made a way for the lights to light up we had to put our circuits in parallel and series.
We believe that our already known knowledge on something does change the we think or our understanding of it because we do get to learn more than we did before. Also, we get to compare our previous knowledge and see if what we may have been told was the right way or see if we may have missed something from before.
We chose to set up our circuit in parallel and and series because the lights would be at their brightest only with three in a series so we then decided in order for us to be able to add more lights we would have had to make the lights parallel to each other. So for us to do this we had to add each series by themselves using the correct formula. Then we had to take the sum of that and plug them into a parallel formula because they each were parallel to each other and got the sum of 4.45 . We expected this circuit to light up the hat and work so that it is physically able to be worn while lit.