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  • Sports Officials have the right to expect:
    Their health and safety are paramount
    They are treated with respect
    They are appointed at the appropriate level of competition
    They have access to self-improvement opportunities
    Officials’ Code of Ethics can be found on page 5 of the workbooks.
  • Fresh fruit leads Chile’s export mix – Chile emerges as major supplier of fresh fruit to world market due to ample natural resources, consumer demand for fresh fruit during winter season in the U.S. and Europe, and incentives in agricultural policies of Chilean government, encouraging trend toward diversification of exports and development of nontraditional crops – U.S. Dept. of Agricultural, Economic Research Services Report
    Chile is among the developing economies taking advantage of these trends, pursuing a free market economy. This has allowed for diversification through the expansion of fruit production for export, especially to the U.S. and Western Europe. Chile has successfully diversified its agricultural sector to the extent that it is now a major fruit exporting nation. Many countries view Chile’s diversification of agriculture as a model to be followed.
    Meanwhile, the U.S. remains the largest single market for Chile’s fruit exports. However, increasing demand from the EC and Central and East European countries combined may eventually surpass exports to the U.S., spurring further growth in Chile’s exports.
    If you’ve read this far, your eyes are probably hurt and you’ve been reading this tedious long-winded text instead of listening to me, I’m insulted- can’t you see I’m doing a presentation up here? Look at me! Congratulations, however, on having such good eyesight.
  • Moto Car, any self-propelled vehicle with more than two wheels and a passenger compartment, capable of being steered by the operator for use on roads. The term is used more specifically to denote any such vehicle designed to carry a maximum of seven people.
    The primary components of a car are the power plant, the power transmission, the running gear, and the control system. These constitute the chassis, on which the body is mounted. The power plant includes the engine and its fuel, the carburettor, ignition, lubrication, and cooling systems, and the starter motor.
  • Moto Car, any self-propelled vehicle with more than two wheels and a passenger compartment, capable of being steered by the operator for use on roads. The term is used more specifically to denote any such vehicle designed to carry a maximum of seven people.
    The primary components of a car are the power plant, the power transmission, the running gear, and the control system. These constitute the chassis, on which the body is mounted. The power plant includes the engine and its fuel, the carburettor, ignition, lubrication, and cooling systems, and the starter motor.
  • The Ideal Gas Law is a relationship between the pressure (P), temperature (T), volume (V), and the total number of particles of gas (N): where k is a proportionality constant called the Boltzmann constant.
    Typically this law is only applied to low density, high temperature gases, but the very high temperatures inside stars produce a plasma which acts like an ideal gas. This in turn allows a simple explanation for how a star can maintain hydrostatic equilibrium: the smaller the volume, the higher the pressure; the larger the volume, the less the pressure – like an air-filled balloon. So as one proceeds into a star, the volume decrease, the temperature increases, and the pressure increases, always balancing the increasing gravitational forces.
  • Rocking Your PowerPoint Presentation

    1. 1. The Carson City Library Presents ROCKING YOUR PRESENTATION with PowerPoint
    2. 2. 2 1 3 Design Principles 4 5
    3. 3. 1 Your Message
    4. 4. What do you want your audience to REMEMBER? 1 Your Message
    5. 5. Most people ONLY remember 3 things. 1 Your Message
    6. 6. Pick the 3 MOST IMPORTANT things. 1 Your Message
    7. 7. 2 Keep it Simple
    8. 8. Less is MORE. 2 Keep it Simple
    9. 9. 2 1 Message per slide. Keep it Simple
    10. 10. 2 COMMUNICATE your message >3 seconds. Keep it Simple
    11. 11. 3 Cool Fonts
    12. 12. Standard fonts are BORING. 3 Cool Fonts
    13. 13. 3 Cool Fonts Use 2-3 DIFFERENT styles.
    14. 14. 4 Stunning Images
    15. 15. Let people SEE your message. Stunning Images 4
    16. 16. 4 Use QUALITY images with meaning. Stunning Images
    17. 17. Awesome Colors 5
    18. 18. Pick a color scheme that WORKS with your theme/message. Awesome Colors 5
    19. 19. Choose colors that work TOGETHER. Awesome Colors 5
    20. 20. 2 3 1 4 5 Design Principles
    21. 21. 2 3 1 Your Message 4 5 Design Principles
    22. 22. 3 2 1 Your Message Keep it Simple Design Principles 4 5
    23. 23. 3 2 1 Your Message Keep it Simple Cool Fonts Design Principles 4 5
    24. 24. 3 2 1 Your Message Keep it Simple Cool Fonts 4 Stunning Images Design Principles 5
    25. 25. 3 2 1 Your Message Keep it Simple Cool Fonts 4 Stunning Images Design Principles 5 Awesome Colors
    26. 26. Always Remember
    27. 27. NOTES Can be seen while presenting. No need to include EVERTHING on your slides. Always Remember
    28. 28. No
    29. 29. Yes Sport Officials Code of Ethics
    30. 30. No
    31. 31. Yes Fresh Fruit 67% of Chilean Exports
    32. 32. No
    33. 33. Yes
    34. 34. No
    35. 35. Yes
    36. 36. PRACTICE What would your “Beginner Motorcycle” Slide look like? Your Turn

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