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Statistics: Big Data, Visualization and
Statistics: persuading via numbers ie. a rhetoric of numbers
1) Statistics is the science of learning from data, and of measuring, controlling, and
communicating uncertainty; an
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Rhetorics for Activism
rhetoric is the classical term for performance
As we know: performances can be read in very different ways
One event can be realism for one person and a satire for
These responses by the audienc
Music and Medicine
Allegory as Genre (and Beyond)
Performance Analysis Tools - recap
Event (Performer + audience + medium)
Contexts (sociohistorical + particular/personal)
genre = bridge between performer and au
Performance is a word that can conform into a tremendous amount of meanings. Because
a performance may vary between something as diminutive as what one decides to wear, and
something as significant as a drama production that requires mo
Understanding Performance 3
How do audiences recognize the
meanings of human performance?
This lecture focuses on the Audience
- particularly on the involvement and participation of the
The topical focus is on how humans use performance
Reports and Blogs for the Writing GE
The aim of the Writing GE on this course is to help you feel relaxed and confident writing about
performance. Most of all we are looking for personal strategies for communicating your feelings,
responses, and perspecti
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How do you tell a story?
Why do you tell a story?
This lecture focuses on the Performer
The topical issues are Agriculture, Food, Migration and the
The Grapes of Wrath:
The Storytellers: First Person and Third Perso
Chapter 13 End of Chapter Questions
2. What is meant by substrate-level phosphorylation? Give an example of such a system. How does
this differ in basic terms from oxidation phosphorylation?
It occurs when a high energy phosphoryl group transferable to AD
Chapter 25 End of book questions : 1, 2, 5, 10, 13
1.) There are 64 codons available for 20 amino acids. Why do you think 61 codons are actually used to
specify the 20 amino acids?
-If only 20 codons were used, there would be 44 not coding for any amino a
Chapter 14 End of Chapter Questions
3. In breaking down fatty acids to acetyl-CoA:
a. What is always the first step?
Activation to convert them into acyl-CoA derivatives
b. Where does this occur?
On the outer mitochondrial membrane
c. Where does fatty aci
Chapter 24 End of Book questions: 1, 2, 3, 4
1.) In what ways does RNA synthesis differ from DNA synthesis?
-RNA polymerase uses ATP, CTP, GTP, and UTP as substrates (cf. dATP, dCTP, dGTP and dTTP).
Most importantly, RNA polymerase can initiate new chains
End of chapter 7 questions 1, 2, 5 through 9
1.) Describe the Lipid bilayer structure of membranes.
*The basic structure of all biological membranes is the lipid bilayer. It is formed from
components that have amphoteric structures, comprised of a hydroph
End of book Questions chapter 20: 1,2,3,8,9, 13-16
1.) What are the two main ways by which the activities of enzymes may be reversibly modulated?
-By allosteric control; or by covalent modification of the enzyme, the chief mechanism for this
Chapter 19 End of Chapter Questions
1. Describe the method of ribotidation.
PRPP of 5phosphoribosyl1pyrophosphate is the universal agent. Its formation from ribose5
phosphate and ATP and its mode of action are given in Synthesis of purine and pyrimidine
Chapter 21 End of book questions: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7
1.) Explain in general terms, what is meant by the terms light and dark reactions in photosynthesis.
-Light reactions involve the splitting of water using light energy, and the reduction of NADP+ to
Chapter 26 End of book questions : 1
1.) Describe how the lac operon is controlled.
-The operon is blocked by a repressor protein. In the presence of lactose, the repressor detaches (see
Fig. 26.3) pg. 412
Assignment Instructions: 750 word Dance Review
DRA14 winter 2016
Due February 4, 2016
Write a review of once of the dance pieces you attended as if you were a journalist writing for a
broad but educated public. Include names and details of the production
The Red Lantern Review
The Red Lantern play is one of the eight play works in China that emerged after the
Cultural Revolution. To understand the play, it is important to understand the history of the
country and the deep
-From vs. feeling-, cho sung-in feels the granpa, as a feeling he was himself.
The grandfather is a feeling to daughter as well. Daughter FEEld either nirvana or hell, her heart has the
feelings for all
respect for the elder
There are many
Lecture 4 Pansori-Shim chomg-Philiopiody - devotion to the family.
-Blindness as a theme
-Falling into the river and rescued by the monk.
- Debt as another theme: father feels tormented by promising the rice and not being able to repay the
Lecture Week4: Butoh
Created partly as a response to the defeat of Japan after WW2. Much of a response to the bombing of
Hiroshima. Inspired by extremes on death, sexuality and decay.
Thinking of the warriors after the war, not able to perform No the nice
Ramon Lpez Garrido
May 16th 2015
Performance critique paper
I believe the play Charlotte/Mr Brown has some strong connections with my character for the final
scene, Prior. In this paper I'm going to establish these connections by foc
Ramon Lpez Garrido
May 5th, 2015
Reflective Paper 1: Preparing the Creative Self
The first half of the quarter has helped me realize the importance of creating a whole new reality
while acting on stage. Performing in an improvisation
Ramon Lpez Garrido
Drama has the power of changing people for the better, and I started to feel that right from the start
of this class. I think it's impressive how, already in the first session, there w
Ramon Lpez Garrido
June 6th 2015
Reflective Paper 2: Scenework
The second half of the quarter was focused on working on a scripted scene. The character I
got assigned was Prior in Angels in America, a great challenge which I thorough
DRA/CTS 116 Spring 2015 Final Exam Study Guide
Final exam is Tuesday, June 9, 10:30 AM
The exam is worth 100 points. Questions will be True/False, multiple choice, and short essay
(probably 2 or 3 essays worth 10 points each). For the essay questionsI wil