This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

This Is A Essay/Oral Presentation On Gallileo Gallile

535 words - 2 pages

RE Speech ReduxWhere did Gallileo Live?- Galileo was born in Pisa in the 16th centuary, then in the 1570's he moved to Florence.- He was the first of 6 children (however some people think 7 children)- His family was not very rich, however it did belong to nobility- Died in 1642His Preoffesion...- Gallileo studied medacine at University- Later he becasme a proffesor, tecahing and interested in Astronomy, Mathamatics and a Physist.- Made many discoveries, eg. Pendulum and Mechanical Devices- Later on he took up a position at the court of the Medici Family who were a very rich and powerful family at the time.Noteworth Aspects of his Life:Studied Medacine1581 theory on Pendulum1592 designed pump1604 produced idea of "super nova"1613 Discovered that the earth and planets revolve around the sunStarted Losing SightPut under house arrest for disobaying church for the second time due to the inquisition.Died 1642Most important contribution to science...His most important contribution to science would have to be the idea that the earth and planets revolve around the sun and not the other way round.However he also made some other important discoveries. eg.The theory of the pendulum, and later his creation of the pendulum clock.Also on motion he had many ideas and even wrote a book called "on Motion"Also one of the most other important creations he made was the improvment of the telescope, gallieo increased the viewing distance of old telescope (which could zoom 3x) to a telescope that could zoom up to 20x, which later helped him in his discovery into the...

Find Another Essay On This is a essay/oral presentation on Gallileo Gallile

Modern Paganism: A 12th Grade Oral Presentation

1044 words - 4 pages Modern Paganism is a rich and diverse religious movement drawing the attention of the media, lawmakers, and spiritual seekers. This oral is an attempt to answer some of the questions frequently asked about modern Pagan beliefs and practices.Firstly, I will start by defining the term "paganism". The term "Pagan" comes from a Latin word for "country dweller", and was first used in early Christian times to refer to those not yet converted to

My oral presentation on Hemingway's 'A Farewell to Arms': analysis of rain

1079 words - 4 pages misfortune, and also a foreshadowing of the tragic end of the novel. Henry replies to that statement that he has always liked the rain and through this comment we understand that though he has suffered a combat injury and seen men die, he has not been touched by fears of mortality. Catherine on the other hand has been deeply affected by her fiancé's death. For her, death is more immediate and the rain serves to remind her of her mortality and

a essay which can be used for an oral on Oprah Winfrey - high school - oral

411 words - 2 pages American television host, actress, producer, entrepreneur and first African American billionaire. Good morning Mrs Gallie staff and fellow pupils of the Settlers high school. It is my honour to introduce to you our guest speaker on this memorable occasion. After a troubled adolescence, where she was sexually abused by a number of male relatives she later moved to Nashville. Her career started to form when she began radio broadcasting. In 1976

This is an oral report on the novel "The Chrysalids" by John Whyndham. There is a plot, setting and character description and an overall critique

922 words - 4 pages report.(Look up) The Chrysalids primarily takes place in a town called Waknuk, after World War 3. This town is constantly bombarded with tribulations sent from God to punish those who have sinned. However, these tribulations are just genetic mutations that were caused by a nuclear war. (Look up) This town is a very holy town. They worship god a lot, they have bible quotes on their walls as wall paper; imagine that, having bible quotes as wall paper

Analytical essay on Primo Levi's "If This Is a Man"

988 words - 4 pages morality of normal life the way the concentration camp itself is antithesis of normal world. This passage is even more sarcastic when the fact that Primo Levi himself was not particularly strong and capable prisoner but rather a 'muselman'.However, as it has been mentioned in the beginning of this essay, Primo Levi's book is different from other novels on the same topic. All the writers have shown the brutal morality, or rather immorality of the

This essay is a brief history and background on Budhism

3639 words - 15 pages and no positive outlook on life. A balance has to be reached. People think that believing in the Law of Karma is believing in reincarnation. This is not necessarily true. Karma as a spiritual law, is not adjusted according to our various and conflicting definitions of success and failure. Good Karma comes about good actions that usually bring happiness to the soul at the expense of your ego. Bad Karma usually results in happiness of ego and pain

This is a persuasive essay on the death penalty

1413 words - 6 pages spend a few years in jail before being released to return to our neighborhoods? Or should the taker-of-life have his or her life also taken? This is a complicated moral question, especially for a country like ours which values mercy, morality and justice.Some people say that the death penalty is immoral, that killers have a right to live since they are human beings, too. People against the death penalty ask why killers should lose their right to

Oral Interpretation: This is an interpretation using the book "On the road" by Jack kerouac

742 words - 3 pages writings. On The Road literally takes place on the road. These are his thoughts while traveling across the country.One of his first conversations to take place in the book is between Jack and Dean, which is his friend he is bringing along on his trip. Dean some what inspires Jack to go on his journey; even though Dean himself is coming to Kerouac with questions on how to be a writer..."Hell, man, ,I know very well you didn't come to me only to want

A Solution to childhood obesity in Australia - Oral presentation

988 words - 4 pages must be done. If we don't act on this problem NOW, then it is predicted by 2020 that 65% of adolescents will be overweight or obese.There are so many reasons to exercise, so many benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle. In today's media conscious world we hear bout them, read bout them and are told about them almost everyday. So why do we continually ask the question.. why is Australia's youth becoming increasingly overweight and unfit? There is a

Why everyone doesn't deserve a second chance - English - Oral Presentation

1073 words - 5 pages Contention: Contention 5 – “Everyone deserves a second chance.” Just like many, if not all of you seated here today, I was brought up to believe that everyone deserves a second chance. As of this, society has seemingly deemed this statement acceptable, and I believe it is, to an extent, ludicrous to accept the misleading message in which it conveys to society. Today, I will be covering the specifics of this subject and rebuttal against the

Human Relations: The Key to Personal Growth and Career Success. this one is written in outline form, can be formatted as a powerpoint presentation, a public speaking presentation or an essay

792 words - 3 pages group relationshipsA) The Study of Human Relations emphasizes the analysis of human behavior, prevention strategies and resolution of behavioral problems.Human Relations in the Age of InformationAmerica has gone from one age to the next, Industrial to information. This leaves us with a profound impact on interpersonal relationships. Living in an age where the effective exchange of information is the foundation of most economic transactions means

Similar Essays

Presentation Notes On Miscarriages, Only Notes For Oral Presentation, Not An Essay!

434 words - 2 pages kicking for over a week that might be a sign of a miscarriage.only 1 percent of women have three consecutive miscarriages.There are certain tests you can have done to determine if you have had a miscarriage.Pelvic examination- in this test the doctor does something simmilar to a pap smear and the doctor checks your cervix to see if it is dialating. if the cervix is dialation you are more than likley pregnant still.Blood test- in this test blood is

This Is A A+ Essay On Lazers

1119 words - 4 pages is called the ground-state energy level and go to an excited level. The level of excitation depends on the amount of energy that is applied to the atom by heat, light, or electricity. An atom consists of a nucleus (containing the protons and neutrons) and an electron cloud. The electrons in this cloud "circle the nucleus in many different orbits" (Bertolotti 51). In other words, if we apply some heat to an atom, we might expect that some of the

This Is A Presentation On Diction And Syntax For Charles Dickens's "Great Expectations". Chapters 1 8

1448 words - 6 pages . Being a from the poor class, he doesn't know how to talk in the dignified matter that the richer classes speak in.(Page 9, Paragraph 1)Freckled and SicklyDenotation-Freckled means that there are dark spots on one's face. Sickly means sick looking, or not healthy.Connotations- What Dickens is trying to portray in this sentence is the condition of Pip's mother before she had died. She was very sick looking, and had freckles; since freckles come

The Hunger Games Oral Presentation/Essay

554 words - 3 pages The Book Show, Oral Presentation “Today a reader, tomorrow a leader”. This quote by Margaret Fuller accurately reflects the inspirational, yet intense plot of the widely acclaimed and best-selling novel The Hunger Games. American novelist, Suzanne Collins published the first book of the captivating three novel fictional series in the year of 2008. Joseph Bowden is my name and today I present the wider reading novel of my choice. Welcome to