Name of Career: Career 1: Career 2: Career Pathway(s): Musician Art Director Job Description: • What is the job like? • What do workers do on the job? Self Employed, play various audiences, and styles of music Perform music Working for different companies, newspaper, motion picture company, etc. Creating illustration for advertisement, newspaper, and magazines Working Conditions: • What are the working conditions? • Do employees work days/nights/weekends? • Is the work indoors or outdoors? • What is the dress? To play various audiences and have a variety of styles Perform live, rehearse, travel yes both varies To create various art illustrations for various companies, supervise design staff, present designs for approval, speak with clients about ideal design Possibly Indoors varies Skills: • What skills are needed for this career? High school education and diploma On the job training Music knowledge Bachelors degree Art knowledge Education: • What kind of education or training will you need to prepare for the career? • What course work will you need in high school? • What course work will you need after high school (post-secondary requirements)? • What educational institutions offer the program/classes? High school diploma, On the job training Theory bachelor’s degree in music theory or music performance College Bachelors Degree Art classes help Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts degree college Salary growth • What are the potential earnings? • How much does this occupation pay? 16.27 22.39 33,840 80,630 Career Outlook: • What are the future employment prospects? • How many jobs are there? • Where are positions available? 10% 17,900 Orchestra 9% 6,700 Graphic Design
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By the graph above you can see that susie spends the majority of her usage Texting. Susies data shows that she spends little time talking on the phone. Susies text messageing was at its highest in July and its lowest in September.
The fact that our school is a Christian environment and we represent God, we need to be watchful of the people we invite to our events that will I turn represent us as a whole. While it would be an exciting experience to have someone like Taylor Swift or another “star” at our prom, if they create music or live life’s that we as Christians oppose, then we should think twice of having them at our school.
It’s a simple fact that with sin in the world, we all experience sadly being bullied or worse, being the bully. In my lifetime I’ve been bullied or have been made fun of for numerous things or aspects about me. When I was much younger I would get seriously bothered and offended by it and in most cases I would attack people back who would “verbally abuse” me. That was a big mistake that took me awhile to reilieze that even though it made me feel better in the heat of the moment would only create more animosity and trouble. Ian’s I grew older I became highly comfortable in my own skin and loss the care for harmful words and actions that come my way. Yet for most people this isn’t a easy transition as some people are more sensitive then others. If someone is offending you, you need to tell them to stop, and if that doesn’t work you need to seek help, if a bully isn’t stopped they just continue.
What Student do you most associate with? Why? I don’t really see myself in any of these “characters”
Do you feel like learning online is a good idea for a student like you? Why or Why not? I believe i can learn and get my work done from working online. i believe to have a strong work ethic and i am able to get my work done on time without being watched over. However, from past experiences with online classes, i know that for subjects such as math where i need time to discuss and review problems in another light, it is hard for me to learn the subject matter fully.
Notes: 1. Do you use social networking sites to stay connected to friends? Why or why not? 2. What do you like, or dislike, about the idea of having your own space on the Internet? 3. Do you think you use social media differently from how your friends or the people in the video use it? Explain your answer.
Yes, i use them to get in touch with my friends from afar and stay up to date with whats going on in their life. I like the idea as it gives everyone an outlet to express themselves and how they feel, and to get connected with new people Yes, my friends use it to meet new people while i use it to keep in touch with people i know in person
Notes: 1. How much time per day do you connect to friends through technology? 2. Do you think your friends and other teens spend more time or less time online than you do? 3. Would you spend more time connected if school or your parents allowed it? Doing what? 4. Do you ever feel that you’re missing out on doing other things because you’re spending so much time connected? Explain.
I check in periodiclly maybe 3 minutes per time but i dont stay on all the time some friends spend more while others dont even use social networking that often my parents do allow it No, i manage my time well enough to control what i do
Notes: 1. Have you ever posted something online that you later regretted? 2. Are there things you might say or do online that you probably wouldn’t say or do in person? Explain. 3. Why do you think people sometimes behave differently online than they do in person? What effect do you think this might have on relationships?
No No, its pointless to talk “smack” over the web but when confronted in person its a whole different story Beacuse they are scared or werent planning on actually planning on a confrontation
Notes: 1. Do you communicate differently online than you do in person? Explain. 2. Do you feel that you can be more “yourself” online? Explain why or why not. 3. Do you have friends online that you don’t spend much time with in face-to-face relationships? If so, how are these relationships different from “offline” friendships?
To a degree, i might be nicer yes, im not insecure about who i am so im not afraid to be myself Some, we go to different schools or live in different ares but we met in person before so its not much different
Notes: 1. What do you think Ryan’s fellow students might have done if they had known that his bullying might lead to his suicide? 2. What do you think you would do if you observed someone being bullied or manipulated online? Would your reaction be different if you observed the same thing in person? Explain.
They wouldnt have dont anything or said anything to them if it was a defenseless person i would jump in to defend them
My answers to Drawing Your Own Line.
Okay For MeNot Okay For Me Using my full name in my profile Posting my email address or phone number in my profile Posting my birth date in my profile Updating my status when I’m sad or angry Updating my status when I’m happy Complaining about school Posting pictures of myself Complaining about a particular subject or teacher Posting pictures of my friends or family Posting negative comments about a friend or classmate Sharing music with friends Posting revealing pictures of myself Spending up to two hours per day online Posting embarrassing pictures of my friends or family Spending more than four hours per day online Posting embarrassing pictures of people I don’t like Flirting Swearing Pretending to be someone other than myself Revealing private things about myself to someone I’ve never met Posting lies about someone else Making threatening statements directed at someone else Discussing drug or alcohol use