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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On Temptations

PPT On Temptations

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1. The Temptation of Jesus
The Temptation occurs in the three synoptic Gospels but we will focus on Luke We will spend two weeks on this so that we can look not only at Satan, but at temptation and the Demonic We will try deal with some modern questions.

2. Texts
 Matthew 4:1-11 Mark 1:12-13 Luke 4:1-13 2 important theological preliminary thoughts: Baptism and Context

3. 2 Important Preliminaries
 1. The temptation follows the baptism of Christ. Each of the Evangelists place the two events in chronological sequence It was the Spirit who led Jesus to be tempted

4. Important Preliminaries (Cont.)
 Both the baptism and the temptation refer to the identification of Jesus as the Son of God This shows that the temptations were not directed at Jesus as an ordinary human being.

5. Important Preliminaries (Cont.)
 Israel's Exodus is called a baptism in I Corinthians 10:2 The three passages Jesus quotes come from three sins of Israel: Complaints about lack of food (Ex. 16) Putting God to the text by expecting him to produce water from a rock Worshiping a golden calf

 6. Important Preliminaries (Cont.)
Notice how these three sins are the exact same temptations that Jesus overcomes in the wilderness after being there for forty days.

7. Luke 4:1-13
 Luke 4:1-4 Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led around by the Spirit in the wilderness 2 for forty days, being tempted by the devil. And He ate nothing during those days, and when they had ended, He became hungry. 3 And the devil said to Him, "If You are the Son of God, tell this stone to become bread." 4 And Jesus answered him, "It is written, 'MAN SHALL NOT LIVE ON BREAD ALONE.'"

8. Luke 4:5-9 5
 And he led Him up and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time. 6 And the devil said to Him, "I will give You all this domain and its glory; for it has been handed over to me, and I give it to whomever I wish. 7 "Therefore if You worship before me, it shall all be Yours." 8 Jesus answered him, "It is written, 'YOU SHALL WORSHIP THE LORD YOUR GOD AND SERVE HIM ONLY.'" 9 And he led Him to Jerusalem and had Him stand on the pinnacle of the temple, and said to Him, "If You are the Son of God, throw Yourself down from here;

 9. Luke 4:8-13
SERVE HIM ONLY.'" 9 And he led Him to Jerusalem and had Him stand on the pinnacle of the temple, and said to Him, "If You are the Son of God, throw Yourself down from here; 10 for it is written, 'HE WILL COMMAND HIS ANGELS CONCERNING YOU TO GUARD YOU,' 11 and, 'ON their HANDS THEY WILL BEAR YOU UP, SO THAT YOU WILL NOT STRIKE YOUR FOOT AGAINST A STONE.'" 12 And Jesus answered and said to him, "It is said, 'YOU SHALL NOT PUT THE LORD YOUR GOD TO THE TEST.'" 13 When the devil had finished every temptation, he left Him until an opportune time.

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Sunday, April 22, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On Colorectal Cancer

PPT On Colorectal Cancer

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1. Colorectal Cancer (CRC)
 Epidemiology, Risk Factors Symptoms, Stages, Therapy Molecular Biology & Pathology Screening

2. What is Cancer?
 A group of 100 different diseases The uncontrolled, abnormal growth of cells Cancer may spread to other parts of the body

3. What is Colorectal Cancer?
 Third most common type of cancer and second most frequent cause of cancer-related death A disease in which normal cells in the lining of the colon or rectum begin to change, grow without control, and no longer die Usually begins as a noncancerous polyp that can, over time, become a cancerous tumor

 one of the most common cancers in the world US:4th most common cancer (after lung,prostate, and breast cancers) 2nd most common cause of cancer death(after lung cancer) 2001:130,000 new cases of CRC 56,500 deaths caused by CRC

 5. Risk factors for CRC
Age Adenomas, Polyps Sedentary lifestyle, Diet, Obesity Family History of CRC Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Hereditary Syndromes (familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP))

6. Development of CRC
 result of interplay between environmental and genetic factors Central environmental factors: diet and lifestyle 35% of all cancers are attributable to diet 50%-75% of CRC in the US may be preventable through dietary modifications

7. Symptoms associated with CRC
 weight loss
 loss of appetite
 night sweats
rectal bleeding
change in bowel habits
obstruction abdominal pain &
mass iron-deficiency anemia

8. Staging of CRC
 TNM system Primary tumor (T) Regional lymph nodes (N) Distant metastasis (M)

9. Therapy
Surgical resection the only curative treatment Likelihood of cure is greater when disease is detected at early stage Early detection and screening is of pivotal importance

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Saturday, April 21, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On Multiple Sclerosis

PPT On Multiple Sclerosis

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1. Multiple Sclerosis

2. What is Multiple Sclerosis?
It is an Auto Immune Disease which is when the body starts to destroy itself. It is a life-long disease with no cure. In MS, the body attacks and destroys the fatty tissue called myelin that insulates an axon/nerve, and is called demyelination. If damage is severe it can also destroy the nerve/axon itself. MS affects the central nervous system and inflames the white matter in the brain which creates plaques. White matter is below the top layer of our brain and spinal cord. Plaques block a signal from being passed from the body to the spinal cord and brain. Currently in the US, 250,000-300,000 people have been diagnosed with MS and there are 200 new cases diagnosed every week.

3. History of Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis, also known as MS, was given its name, multiple because of the numerous sites of demyelination and ‘sclerosis’ which means scarring. “There are accounts of probable MS dating back to the 14th century but the history of the disease really begins in the 19th century with the first illustrations and clear clinical description of the disease beginning to appear in 1838” (Barnes 16). It was in Holland on August 4, 1421, that the earliest descriptions were seen. Even though the previous description, the first actual case was first diagnosed in 1849. It was Jean-Martin Charcot who is credited with giving us the first signs and symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.

4. What Causes MS?
“Despite extensive research, we still don’t know what causes MS” (O'Connor 8). However they have found associations and links between many factors including genetic and environmental. Genetic Environmental Sex Latitude Racial Group SES Family history Migration Infections

5. Genetic Factors
Sex: Women are more likely to have MS than men by a 2:1 ratio. They also think that this is true because women are in general more likely to have an Auto immune Disease. Racial Group: “Whites are more than twice as likely as other races to develop MS” ( Hope 2). Family History: In a normal population the chance of someone to exhibit the symptoms of MS is only 0.1%. Now if someone in your family has MS, the risk increases. If your parent, brothers, or sisters (your first-degree relatives) have MS your chance increases to 3%. If a second-degree relative has it, you only have a 1% chance of having MS. If both of your parents have the disease you have a risk of 20%. Other percentages are if you have a half sister/brother, identical twin, or fraternal twin your risks are as follows, 1.5%, 30%, and 3-4%. ***Remember that women have a slightly higher risk and that if one identical twins has MS it is not 100% positive that the other twin will have MS due to the environmental factors.

6. Environmental Factors
Latitude: As you increase latitude, mainly above and below 40° latitude, MS is more common. These are temperate and cooler climates. It is five times more likely in these regions. SES: Your socioeconomic status can also affect the occurrence of MS. It is least common in the lower class and in rural residence. Migration: The age at which you may move may also be an important factor. “If you move before the age of 15, your risk is that of the people in the country you move to. If you move after the age of 15, your risk stays fixed at that of the country you grew up in” (O’Connor 15). Infection: “They believe MS is a delayed reaction to a viral infection contracted during childhood by a genetically susceptible person” (O’Connor 13). The viral infections may include shingles, chicken pox, measles, or certain herpes. An idea they also have is the age at which you get the infection. The older you are the higher the risk for MS. ***Remember that in warm countries, children contract viruses at a younger age.

7. What actually happens in the Immune System?
 “The immune system – a complex network of specialized cells and organs – defends the body against attacks by “foreign invaders such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites” (Hope 3). It goes out looking for the invaders and kills them. In our body we have different antigens, which cause an immune response, for different invaders. When the right invader and antigen met, the antigen multiples to destroy the invader. T-cells are also important in the role of MS. They help keep the immune system in order and directly destroy the infected or damaged cell. How do these T-cells know that the cell they are attacking is an invader? Well on each of our cells there are markers that let our immune system know it is our own cell or a foreign body. Since MS is a autoimmune disease that persons body does not know the difference between self and non-self cells. Another aspect ofthe immune system that they are looking at is the blood-brain barrier (bbb). The bbb is a membrane that surround the brain and allows substances to cross from the blood to the central nervous system. Some feel that the bbb is breached and some of the immune system defense cross over and cause damage to the CNS.

8. Diagnosing MS
 “The most important principle to consider when diagnosing MS is whether the person fulfils the diagnostic criteria on clinical grounds” (Barnes 29). To date there is no diagnostic or blood test for MS. Family physician will send you to a neurologist who goes over your symptoms and history. You can be given one of four test to help the doctor see if there is damage to the spinal cord and brain. These test are only half of the diagnostic process. The tests you can take are MRI, MRS, evoked potentials, and lumbar puncture. These tests may be able to rule out a viral infection that can exhibit the same symptoms as an MS attack. Remember that these tests are just as important as a clinical evaluation.

9. Diagnostic categories of MS
 “The phrase ‘multiple abnormalities in space and time’ sums up what a physician needs to find a diagnosis of MS” (O’Connor 32). There are three categories of MS; Definite, Probable, and Possible MS. Definite MS: “Consistent course (relapse-remitting course with at least 2 bouts separated by at least 1 month or slow or stepwise progressive course for at least 6 months) of documented neurological signs of lesions in more than one site of brain or spinal cord white matter” ( Hope 7). The age of onset is between 10 and 50 years of age. Probable MS: Here the signs are not previously documented and there is one current sign of MS. There is more than one site of lesions, they have a good recovery and have a history of relapse-remitting symptoms. Possible MS: There is no documented signs of MS and more than one lesion. There is also a history of one relapse-remitting symptoms.

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Friday, April 20, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On Pat Summitt

PPT On Pat Summitt

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1. “She taught me that it's OK to let down your guard and allow your players to get to know you. They don't care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Pat Summit-

2. Pat Summit Childhood
Pat Summit was born June 14, 1952. Her birth place was in Clarksville, Tennessee. She had four siblings; older brother Tommy, Charles, Kenneth and her younger sister Linda. Pat Head grew on a farm in Clarksville, Tennessee with her three brothers and younger. Richard Head, which was her father, was a severe man. He whipped his children if they broke anything in the house. Pat’s mother would go to her daughter games and support her. She had said, "I watch the scores more than the defense," Head said. "Tonight, (Tennessee) has really done a good job." She went to a school named Methodist church. Pat summit came far in life with the help of her parents and her brothers and sister.

3. What Makes her a Leader?
 Pat summit had a great career ahead of her; she took that career as a woman that will never give up on her career and will take this young lady’s as hard working people. In 1974, she received her B.S. in physical education from UT-Martin and led the Lady Pacers to a 64-29 record over four years. She was the co-captain of the 1976 U.S. Olympic women's basketball team and won a silver medal; as an international coach she brought home the first USA women's basketball gold medal in Olympic competition in 1984. Pat Summit has coached Tennessee to eight NCAA National Championships, and amassed an enviable career record of 1005-193 as of March 22, 2009, a winning percentage of 84 percent, and she has won 104 of the 124 NCAA tournament games in which her teams have competed. She has led the Lady Voles to 28 consecutive NCAA tournaments, every one since the women had a tournament, and produced NCAA championships in 1987, 1989, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2007, and 2008. Her family was always in her championships games and was always there to support her “little girl” as her mother still calls her. Pat Summit is still alive; right now she is 56 years old and will still be a coach at University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers. Pat summit is a notable woman because she really did brave things in life and she really had a good career. Therefore, Pat Summit is a woman that will be my role model because she is a great woman to teach you how to play basketball and how to win games when the championships come.

 4. Our Thoughts About Her!
 Jasleen Paulino: I think that Pat Summit should be admired because she is a woman that show lots of people that even though you not good at sports you still could try to be yourself and try new things in life. People always thought that Pat Summit is a woman that put people in place and will show they how to play good. I really do think that Pat Summit is a Role Model for me.

 Crystal Ortega: I think Pat Summit looks like a woman that will put you in place. I would be scared of her because she looks like a woman that will yell at you if you don’t do your game right. Pat Summit was a great woman and I think she will be the best couch to teach you how to play basketball. Therefore, Pat Summit looks scary but at the same time you would want a person to teach you how to play basketball.

 5. Short Bio..
1. pat summitt is the best female basketball coach
2. she coaches the lady vols
3. pat summitt play volleyball at the university of tennessee in martin tennessee
4. she become the women's basketball coach at the university of tennessee in 1974
5. The lady vols has won eight national championships
6. Have you seen her coach during the ballgame
7. pat summitt is the all-time winningest coach in basketball history
8. Have you read her books, reach for the summitt and raise the roof
9. Pat summitt’s son, tyler, hopes to one day be a basketball coach two
10. Pat summitt likes to cook golf and run.

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Thursday, April 19, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On Pulitzer

PPT On Pulitzer

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1. Joseph Pulitzer

2. Pulitzer The Immigrant Came to the U.S. from Hungary Served for the Union in the Civil War Became a reporter for German Language papers Purchased St. Louis Post-Dispatch with his brother-1872,

 3. Pulitzer The Mogul St. Louis Post Dispatch became one of the country’s leading papers by 1878. Pulitzer had a knack for running popular stories. He was also generally an advocate for the underdog. Ran stories heavy with a mix of murder, sin and sex. Pulitzer purchases New York World in 1883.

4. Stories from the New York World May 10- 1883 – the day Pulitzer bought the World Dog show prizes awarded New commissioners for the city council

 5. Stories from the New York World May 11- 1883 – the day after Pulitzer bought the World DEADLY LIGHTNING—SIX LIVES AND ONE MILLION DOLLARS LOST 100,000 BARRELS OF OIL IGNITED BY AN EXPLOSION PENDING EXECUTION: CORNETTI’S LAST NIGHT. Shaking his cell door and demanding release. He refuses to listen to priest or minister—shouting from under the black cap that his executioners are murderers.


7. The Good Side of Sensationalism Pulitzer was reform oriented. Exposed gambling dens, insurance swindles, monopolies. Attacked the St. Louis Gas-Light Company, the railroad monopoly, tenement house squalor.

8. William Randolph Hearst 1863-1951 Took over San Francisco Examiner – 1887 1895 - Bought the New York Journal

9. The Yellow Journalism Wars Hearst reduces Journal price to one cent Runs wild, sensational stories of crime, pseudoscience Hearst: If there is an element of the ridiculous in a story, emphasize the ridiculous part.

10. The Spanish American War the Maine enters Havana Harbor January, 1898, three weeks before an explosion sinks it. Did the Spanish sink it?

11. Hearst Hires Top Reporters to Go To Cuba The correspondents, including such notables as author Stephen Crane and artist Frederick Remington, found little to report on when they arrived. "There is no war," Remington wrote to his boss. "Request to be recalled.“ Remington's boss, William Randolph Hearst, sent a cable in reply: "Please remain. You furnish the pictures, I'll furnish the war."

12. Hearst was true to his word. For weeks after the Maine disaster, the Journal devoted more than eight pages a day to the story.

13. Hearst Vs. Orson Welles: The Power of the Media Owner May, 1941: Orson Welles’ film, “Citizen Kane” is released. Hearst is furious because the film satirizes him and his lover, Marion Davies… moves to have the film suppressed. Orson Welles’ career is ruined. Film’s distribution is curtailed thanks to Hearst’s efforts.

14. But in the end … Citizen Kane, after Hearst’s death, attains critical acclaim. Critics vote Citizen Kane the best film ever made. Welles dies in 1985: his attempts to revive his directorial career never led to success equal to Citizen Kane. Even Welles admitted Hearst wrecked his career for good.

15. No Stamp for Willie

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On TITANIC


Friday, April 13, 2012

PowerPoint Presentation On BILL GATES A Business Magnate

PPT On BILL GATES A Business Magnate Download

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2. “If you show people the problems and you show them the solutions they will be moved to act.”

 3. October 28th , 1955 William Henry Gates III born in Seattle, Washington

4. HE IS A business magnate A technologist A philanthropist

 5. 1973 Bill Gates graduated from Lakeside High School and enrolled in Harvard University, where he majored in pre-law.

6. April 14th , 1974 Bill Gates, along with school friend Paul Allen, form MicroSoft®

 7. 1975 Gates left Harvard to devote his energies to Microsoft

8. June 25th , 1981 MicroSoft® was incorporated with Bill Gates as Chairman and CEO

 9. 1986 Bill Gates becomes billionaire at age 31, the youngest person ever to do so.

10. 1990 Microsoft sales topped $1 billion for the first time ever.

11. 1994 Bill becomes wealthiest individual in the United States of America

12. 1995 The Road Ahead book of Gates was published It held the No. 1 spot on the New York Times' bestseller list for seven weeks.

13. 1995 Bill becomes the wealthiest private individual in the world.

14. 2007 He got honorary degree in Harvard University.

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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

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