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Bad Apple Behavior (slides adapted from Michael Mateas) UC Santa Cruz CMPS 171 – Game Design Studio II courses.soe.ucsc.edu/courses/cmps171/Winter13/01.

build up over time, interfering with team effectiveness  Spillover Effects  Seeing others act antisocially lowers inhibitions about behaving similarly  As coping resources are expended, leads to misplaced/treated badly by talking to others to make sense of the situation.  One way to make sense of the situation is to distance oneself from the //or not approved by rest of team UC SANTA CRUZ Yet more bad apple behaviors  Playing games while other group members are working  Fiddling around on computer (IM/


Sons of Liberty Academy One Bad Apple. To understand complex or abnormal behavior we need to understand through observation, logic and rhetoric just like.

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Progress in implementing the IPR Act and NIPMO Occasion: Portfolio Committee on Science and Technology Date: 20 April 2016.

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Bad Apple Behavior (slides adapted from Michael Mateas) UC Santa Cruz CMPS 171 – Game Design Studio II courses.soe.ucsc.edu/courses/cmps171/Winter12/01.

build up over time, interfering with team effectiveness  Spillover Effects  Seeing others act antisocially lowers inhibitions about behaving similarly  As coping resources are expended, leads to misplaced/treated badly be talking to others to make sense of the situation.  One way to make sense of the situation is to distance oneself from the/, and/or not approved by rest of team UC SANTA CRUZ Some bad apple behaviors  Playing games while other group members are working  Fiddling around on computer (IM,/


Using the Verbal Behavior Approach to Teach Children with Autism

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SPEECH ACTS Emel Demirci-Özkan Örenli Cahit Erdi Anlatır Selin Uygur-Nurşen İnalöz Özge Soylu-Burak Karagün.

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The Apple Macintosh is 20 years old!

. Steve Jobs’ personality, values inseparable from the Apple saga. In an era where bean counters and marketeers/ Has historically been the largest airline in the world in terms of revenue and number one in the U.S. A premium service carrier. Hub and Spoke System SABRE System /the right strategies have been identified, information systems can play an important supporting role. Possible Exam Questions 1. Identify an industry where information systems act as a significant barrier to entry and explain the /


Bad Apple Behavior (slides adapted from Michael Mateas) UC Santa Cruz CMPS 171 – Game Design Studio II

build up over time, interfering with team effectiveness  Spillover Effects  Seeing others act antisocially lowers inhibitions about behaving similarly  As coping resources are expended, leads to / badly be talking to others to make sense of the situation.  One way to make sense of the situation is to distance oneself from the/ discussion about code comment standards for the team UC SANTA CRUZ Some bad apple behaviors  Playing games while other group members are working  Fiddling around on computer (IM/


Adjectives vs. Adverbs 12/1/14.

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 What is a verb?  Something you do?  An action verb is a word that names an action.  Action verbs may be more than one word.  They express physical.

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Ritually Shaping the Imagination: Humanity in Four Acts Act 1: Imagination is Adaptive Act 2: Supernatural Imagination is Childish Act 3: Ritual molds.

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As American as Motherhood and Apple Pie The Founding Mothers Kevin P. Dincher www.kevindincher.com.

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1 PUZZLES S.S.HARICHANDAN. 2 PUZZLES 1. One guy has Rs.100/- in hand. He has to buy 100 balls. One football costs Rs.15/-, one Cricket ball costs Re.1/-

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Sir Isaac Newton Legend Newton made a connection between why objects fall to the earth and what keeps the objects moving when he watched an apple fall.

the earth and what keeps the objects moving when he watched an apple fall –Unbalanced force caused the apple to fall down on earth –Unbalanced force on the moon kept /the inertia. Wacky Pennies Procedures: –1. Stack 4 pennies on your table. –2. Aim one penny at the bottom of the stack of 4 and flick with your finger. –3. Make/the inertia will change Balancing Act Purpose: To remove a card from underneath a penny and keep the penny balanced. Balancing Act 1. Balance a card (index/playing) on your index finger/


Romeo and Juliet. Scene One ACT I Scene One PROLOGUE CHORUS Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient.

. That time is gone, gone, gone. You are welcome gentlemen. Come on, musicians, play music. (music plays and they dance, ROMEO stands apart) Make room in the hall. Make room in the hall/gives them the chance to meet, sweetening the extreme danger with intense pleasure. Scene One ACT 2 Scene One Enter ROMEO alone ROMEO Can I go forward when my heart is here? Turn /ROMEO No, good goose, don’t bite me. MERCUTIO Your joke is a very bitter apple. Your humor is a spicy sauce. ROMEO And is it not well served into a /


Sir Issac Newton Legend Newton made a connection between why objects fall to the earth and what keeps the objects moving. When he watch an apple fall.

the earth and what keeps the objects moving. When he watch an apple fall –Unbalanced force caused the apple to fall down on earth –Unbalanced force on the moon kept /the inertia. Wacky Washer Procedures: –1. Stack 4 washers on the floor. –2. Aim one washer at the bottom of the stack of 4 and flick with your finger. –3. /inertia will change Balancing Act Purpose: To remove a paper circle from underneath a penny and keep the penny balanced. Balancing Act 1. Balance a card (index/playing) on your index finger/


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The Globe Theatre Other theatres of the era Rivalry of acting companies Acting in Shakespeares time Closing of theatres Questionable morality of theatre.

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What is Question Answering?

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What does Economics have to do with law? Law as incentive –If we have this law –And rational individuals take it into account in deciding how to act –What.

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Background on Shakespeare and the play.  Where and when was Shakespeare born?  What famous actress shares a name with Shakespeare’s wife and how old.

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Everyone is a poet 40 Days of Poetry. “A poem is one of those places where you can write about things that you know and feel are true without worrying.

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ACT Reading Preparation (for use in English) University of Illinois-Chicago Curriculum Framework Project Spring 2011.

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Pygmalion: Act III ~Act IV Eliza ‘s Progress & Ways Out Her Battle with Higgins and Attempts to Seek Solutions.

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THE CULTURAL LAYER CHAPTER 06 1. Topics  Going Beyond Play  Cultural Mechanics  Cultural Aesthetics  Cultural Narrative –Authorized Transmedia  Cultural.

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Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Background on Shakespeare and the play.

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Lions, Tigers and Bears…Oh My!!! A Homemade PowerPoint Game By Kari Dawson & Jennifer Gunn The University of Georgia Play the game Game Directions Story.

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 It is the ideal structure of a market economy!  Characteristics:  Numerous Buyers and Sellers: no one person has control over the price nor the product.

prices, sellers compare competitors’ prices, pricetakers accept the market price.  An apple is an apple. It is the same regardless of who produces it.  The reality is /Department of Justice.  Another way the government regulates business is by ensuring a level playing field  Price fixing: when business agree to set prices for competing products (CD /least one partner is not involved in the day to day running of the business and is liable only for the funds he/she has invested.  Joint Ventures: Act as/


HCI User Interface. What is an interface? the place at which independent and often unrelated systems meet and act on or communicate with each other. —

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Pygmalion: Act III ~Act IV Eliza ‘s Progress & Ways Out Her Battle with Higgins and Attempts to Seek Solutions.

, and the greatest success  Higgins and Pickering’s elation over Eliza’s performances – she plays every musical piece she hears, and imitates every sound and dialect presented to her. (69)/? 11/12 Class Discussion Questions Act IV 1. Scientific Creation vs. Human Concern 2. Eliza’s Possible Options: Freddy as One? Act III: Examples of H&P’/was going away. (eating an apple???) 2)Offers solution 1: marriage 3)Offers solution 2: Running a florist shop (Pickering will set up one for you.) 4)Leaves with /


1. Which phrase is an example of autotrophic nutrition? (1) a cow eating grass in a field (2) a mushroom digesting a dead log (3) an apple tree making.

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The Verbal Behavior Approach: Teaching Children with Autism

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1-1 The Fun They Had Section One: Pre-reading Activities Section Two:

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The Kind Monkey’s Heart 10 20 30 40 50 一個吃了一半且腐爛的蘋果 a half-eaten, rotten apple Vocabulary.

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Common Core Math III Unit 1: STATISTICS!

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To Act, Or Not To Act? Drama In The Classroom Lauren E. Duerson ED-7201 Fall 2011.

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Program Plan The model for achieving and sustaining a high level of success in the football program The X’s and O’s are the easy part Fourth and one -

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Children at Play What does it Mean for the Development of Children?

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Pygmalion Act III (Part 2) & Act IV: Quiz & Class Discussion 1. Education & Manners 2. Scientific Creation vs. Human Concerns 3. Higgins vs. Eliza Pygmalion.

the end of Mrs. Pearce’s conversation about Eliza. –[H: strong objection] Like two babies playing with their “live dolls” (68) Eliza’s 2nd Performance (73) – in a dream; / and Human Concerns -- How are the discussions in Act II and Act III proven right in the one between Eliza and Higgins in Act IV? In other words, what are the consequences of/ was going away. (eating an apple???) 2)Offers solution 1: marriage 3)Offers solution 2: Running a florist shop (Pickering will set up one for you.) 4)Leaves with “/


Social Psychology How we think about, influence, and relate to one another.

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Wayne Gretzky Wayne Gretzky “A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”

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