The application that I have chosen is in Agriculture. I chose this particular application because I found it interesting how humans can change/ modify any type of crop they want so it can grow the way they want it
The fact that we have the ability to modify the crops to however we find that we can shows us the power that we have over the engineering. You ask if it will reduce or change vitamins but I believe that since we can adjust them to start with, then we can adjust the vitamins within as well.
My understanding of genetic engineering is taking DNA from another living organ and inserting it into another living organ. My gut reaction to genetic engineering was kinda disgusted by the way how many engineers
Genetic engineering is a very interesting topic. This technique has been used in livestock and crops to increase yields in food production, taste, and quality. I am not sure how I feel about genetically engineering livestock and other animals because of complications and “playing god”. But I feel as though plants should be manipulated for the best natural yield.
The topic of my 30 second hook was about CBD (cannabidiol) . What I was trying to present was CBD being available to all patients that need it. I have taken atleast 10 recordings before coming to this one. My
the two videos i watched were Ted’s Secret to Great Public Speaking and Good & Bad Examples of Oral Presentation. Anderson wanted the viewers to know the exact steps or common steps all Ted talker presenters do
I like how you explain all the negatives that incomers face but why not give good reasons why it is important to teach newcomers. Explain to those people reading your prototype why it is a good reason to give a mentor to each new comer. Make it more clear and organize the infographic and add more information as well.
Great start, but please explain more on how racism is a major reason why latinos are ” immigrants, alcoholics, gang bangers, drug suppliers”. There wouldn’t be racism in the first place if latinos never did such things but the ugly truth is that because latinos were all grown into a bad community like most latinos, they tend to mostly all grow up…[Read more]
I feel confident with my recordings . I am very comfortable with dealing with tone and volume in my future oral presentation. My Only Friend by Emily Rohner was the poem i chose to read and use tone and vo
My adaptation to Othello and shakespeare’s was hard to understand, some questions I asked and answered my-self was I really ready to attempt to go against shakespeare’s made up language? What I learned
Good and Bad Examples Of Oral Presentation, TED’s Secret to Great public Speaking. Anderson spoke to us about the 1 thing all TED speakers have in common and that is to get the people in audiences to connect with
“My wife must move for Cassio to her mistress; I’ll set her on; Myself the while to draw the Moor apart, And bring him jump when he may Cassio find Soliciting his wife: Ay, that’s the way; Dull not device by co
The play that I have chosen is Othello, Scene I have chosen was from act 2 scene 1, line 180- 188. The character I have chose is Iago. The way it was done based of the movie was said in a very hesitant tone.
The reasons Shakespeare is still relevant are to expose students to how English is different than today’s English, at least this is what is said in “Why study Shakespeare Today?” My reaction to what was said in
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