Friday, November 21, 2014

My Path


My Path~ Kelsey
I have a few different interest, but my number one interest is visual arts because I love drawing and designing things. I like writing to, but that is just a hobby for me not a career interest.


My After high school plans
After High School I plan to go to college, but I might take a year off before I go to college because I need a break from school. I haven't decided whether or not I want to be a Art Director or a Multimedia Artist and Animator. They are similar in their skills category. The median salary for a Art Director is $80,880 per year. The median salary for a Multimedia Artist and Animator is $61,370 per year. Multimedia Artist and Animator’s pros are that I don’t have to learn Sociology and Anthropology. The con is Communication because I’m not social. Art Director’s pros are I have almost everything I wanted in a job. The cons are Sociology and Anthropology and the Communication. I need to have a kind and honest personality. The skills we need to have are Fine Arts, English Language, Communication and Media, Computers and Electronics, Customer and Personal service and Administration and Management.

My Job
For my future job I would need to go to college to get my bachelors degree. To get my bachelors degree I need to go to college for 4 or 5 years. A college that would suit me has to be in Ohio because I want to be close to my family. I want to get a scholarship, but that might not happen. So if I had to get a job to pay off my college education, I will. I also have a bank account that my grandma puts money in for my college education. I have discussed this with my parents not in full detail, but we have discussed it a little.


Career day
A few days ago we did career day, and it made me think of what kind of life I want when I get older. My job on career day was a fine artist. I sculpted and painted. I had four kids. Three girls and one boy. I realised that kids are really expensive, and I had to go and get another job even though I made pretty good money. What I researched and what job I had is sort of alike, but I don’t paint or sculpt.  What surprised me the most is probably how much everything cost. I don’t usually look at the prices when I am shopping. Career day changed my mind about how I should manage my money, and where I should go to college because some colleges are really expensive.
My future


My education from this point on will probably not change. The only thing I will probably change is the fact that I don’t study, and I have to put more effort in my school work. My mind has changed a little about money, but more of how I can use it wisely instead of blowing it off. My thoughts on my path in about 5 years is just to graduate because you never know I might have new career interests.



Art Director





Multimedia Artist and Animator







Monday, November 10, 2014

2nd Nine Weeks Vocabulary

1. Perfect Square (Noun)-
The product of a rational number multiplied by itself.
Perfect squares are easy to do on paper, but I prefer using calculator.
Perfect Square












2. Square Root (Noun)-
A number that produces a specified quantity when multiplied by itself.
I started to learn about square roots in 5th grade, but I didn't actually have a chapter on how to do them until 7th grade.













3. Radical Sign- (Noun)-
The sign √, which indicates the square root of the number following (or a higher root indicated by a preceding superscript numeral).
Radical Drawing
We use radical signs for square roots in math, but I don't like writing the sign because it always looks like a weird checkmark.  








4. Rational Numbers (Noun)-
A number that can be expressed as an integer or the quotient of an integer divided by a nonzero.
I always get rational numbers and irrational numbers mixed up because they are spelled similar.









5. Irrational Numbers (Noun)-
A number that can be expressed as an infinite decimal with no set of consecutive digits repeating itself indefinitely and that cannot be expressed as the quotient of two integers.
Irrational numbers are decimals that do not repeat, and I learned that in math class not to long ago.




6. Contour Farming (Noun)-
The practice of tilling sloped land lines of consistant elevation in order to conserve rainwater and to reduce soil losses from surface erosion. 
Some farms use contour farming because they want to prevent tillage erostion. 











7. Chemical Erosion (Noun)- 
Changes the composition of rocks, often transforming them when water interacts with minerals to create various chemical reactions. 
Water can dissolve rock, and that is an example of chemical erosion. 









8. Erosion (Noun)-
The gradual destruction of something that is being eroded by wind, water, or other natural things. 
The grand canyon is made from erosion, and the Mount Hood Wilderness is from glaciers.  











9. Delta (Noun)-
A piece of land shaped like a triangle that is formed when a river splits into smaller rivers before it flows into an ocean.
The picture below is what I pictured a delta would look like, and a name of a delta is the Sacramento delta. 








10.Organic (Adjective)-
Obtained from living things.
Apples are organic because they are made from living things. 
Organic Drawing













11. Implicit (Adjective)-
Understood though not clearly or directly stated.
Implicit is another word for inferences, and that is the opposite of explicit.









12. Explicit (Adjective)-
Very clear and complete : Leaving no doubt.
The OAAs use explicit text in their tests, but sometimes we have to use inferences.  


 









13. Textual Features (Noun)-

The elements of a text that construct a specific message or meaning.
I see the most of textual features in reading and English class, and that includes the books or passages we read.










14. Analogy (Noun)-

A comparison of two things based on their being alike in some way.
Compare and contrast is analogy because comparing and contrasting is basically the definition of analogy.











15. Figurative (Adjective)-

Used with a meaning that is different from basic meaning and that expresses an idea in an interesting way by using language that describes something else.
Last year some of us couldn't get figurative language correct, but this year we are way better at figurative language.








16. Antics (Noun)- 
Foolish, outrageous, and amusing behavior. 
Youtube has a variety of antic video, but some videos are educational instead of amusing. 










17. Avowed (Adjective)- 
Admitted to or stated publicity. 
Avowed is used in weddings, but not all weddings share vows. 

Avowed















18. Banter (Noun)- 
The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks. 
Sibling usually banter all the time, but it can sometimes be a violent exchange instead of friendly. 









19. Bountiful (Adjective)- 
Large in quantity. 
Collections are bountiful because usually when you collect something you make large quantites of objects.
A large quantity of stars. 











 20. Congested (Adjective)- 
Blocked up with or too full of something, in particular. 
The traffic is very congested, and will move very slowly.