NAU (pre-service teacher), Flagstaff, USA Materials Required: construction paper, The Cloud Book, cotton balls, black markers, glue, pictures of clouds Activity Time: 30-35 minutes Concepts Taught: knowing the three basic types of clouds and what they look like Weather: Clouds Rationale: Students need to be familiar with and have a better understanding of the different types of clouds. Objective: To teach students about the three basic cloud types: cumulus, stratus, and cirrus. The students will be able to identify and draw an example of each type of cloud. Curriculum Areas Integrated: The curriculum area that will be integrated with this lesson is art. Art will be integrated by having the students draw an make their own clouds using cotton balls and construction paper.
Daniel McSwiggen English 103, Essay #3 Mr. Hendrickson 2 October, 2009 The Best Paper Airplane First, get an 8” by 11” piece of college ruled paper. Take the top right corner of the page and fold it so that it touches the left side of the paper and make sure it is even. Repeat with the left side of the paper. You should have a pentagonal shaped piece of paper. After doing these two folds, fold the top of the point down three lines of where the opening is.
Learning Outcome 1: Understand how to support an organisations overall mission and purpose. 1.1 Explain how the organisation works. King and Fowler UK Ltd are listed as a Treatment and Coating of Metals manufacturer. We supply organisations such as Airbus and Boeing with aeroplane fittings. We receive parts from companies, which we process to their specifications, and send them back out to them ready to be shipped out to many different customers.
Assessment for Round the Moon. Task: Your Task is to summarize and analyze the book in light of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Materials: Paper or construction paper, writing utensil s.a. colored pencils, pens, crayons, markers, tape or glue. Method: You will work in groups of 2 or 4. You will use the shape provided to construct Bloom’s ball.
FLIGHT DISTANCE IN PAPER AIRPLANES BY: ESTEFANIA SOLIS BIOLOGY 121 SECTION MZ DR. DENISE LEONARD 02-09-2011 INTRODUCTION For the paper airplane lab, we were to fold two paper airplanes and determine what makes for a better plane. We decided that distance traveled would be our dependent variable. As a group, we came to a consensus that what makes a good paper airplane is the distance it travels; the one that flies the furthest is the better of the two. It was theorized that weight played an important role in the overall distance flown by the planes; the heavier the plane, the further it would fly. We decided to use two pieces of paper to make a single airplane; this was our way to make it heavier, as weight was our independent variable.
In the Jet Copier case problem there was a few questions that the owners (James, Ernie and Terri) wanted to before they decided if they would purchase an extra copier as a back up. The questions are all answered in the excel spreadsheet attached but I will go into more detail below. Model number of days to repair To find the days to repair, the VLOOKUP function was used in cell J5 as “=VLOOKUP (I5, B6:C9, 2)”. This means the random number in cell I5 is placed in a range of repair time (either 1,2,3 or 4). After the initial cell formula (I5) was done the next step was to copy down to automatically generate the reaming numbers in that column.
The configuration changes constantly due to the requirement s of customers. Secondly, engineers reviewed all existing technology projects to see if any are appropriate for the proposed new plane. Thirdly, during the program definition phase, audit teams were assigned to review every significant element of the program. During the phase of cost definition, cost was estimated using a parametric estimating technique that predicted the costs of a new plane from design characteristics, such as weight, speed, and length, and historical relationships, such as the number of parts per airplane, that were know well in advance of production. After the board of directors approved the project, teams began to work on details of supplier and production management.
Name: Vivian Delisle Pharmacy Service Improvement at cvs (A) General Guidelines Notes: • This case is in PDF attached to the Learning Module page. Read the case carefully, at least twice. • This case was written in 2005. You are welcome to use any additional information on the performance of CVS since 2005 in answering the questions. In case you have been a customer of CVS, you are also welcome to use your own personal experience in answering the questions.
SAMPLE ACCOUNTING ISSUES MEMO The following accounting issues memo illustrates the determination of whether Flyaway.com, introduced in the opening scenario of Chapter 3, should report its revenue on a gross or net basis. Memorandum To: Flyaway.com accounting files From: Student Name Date: X/X/XXXX Re: Gross or Net Reporting of Online Ticket Sales Revenues Background Flyaway.com (“Flyaway” or the “Company”) sells airline tickets to customers through an online platform, where customers can choose the airline of their choice. Once a customer purchases a ticket, Flyaway remits payment for the travel to the airline and retains a commission (roughly 10% of the ticket’s value). The airlines set all ticket prices. If a flight is canceled, the airline must refund the customer.
UNIVERSITY OF Alaska Airlines Passenger Boarding Process Review A Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for BUS 675 Management of Business Operations XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX College of Business and Public Management Department of Organizational Management and Leadership August Table of Contents Project Overview 3 Process Description Narrative 3 Conclusions/Recommendations 4 References 11 Attachments 12 1. Project Overview This report describes the boarding process of Alaska Airlines. Most specifically, this business process analysis will examine the process flow of passengers of Alaska Airlines from the time the passengers step onto the airport sidewalk to the time all passengers are seated on the plane. The main objective of this operational analysis is to closely examine the flow of the boarding process of Alaska Airlines and then to identify any possible process gaps, weaknesses and non-value-added activities. To help achieve such tasks, there are several pertinent process analysis tools that will be used to locate potential weaknesses in the operational process.