"A Gotong Royong Activity" Essays and Research Papers

  • A Gotong Royong Activity

    Amalan gotong-royong merupakan suatu tradisi yang diperturunkan daripada nenek moyang kita. Bergotong-royong bermaksud melakukan sesuatu pekerjaan secara beramai-ramai dan secara sukarela. Pada zaman dahulu kala, semangat gotong-royong adalah begitu kental. Seluruh masyarakat kampung akan menghulurkan pertolongan, tidak kira sama ada kematian, kenduri-kendara, musim menanam dan menuai atau semasa mendirikan rumah. Namun, semangat gotong-royong dikatakan kian luntur selaras dengan perubahan waktu...

    645  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gotong-Royong-Model Answer (Experience at a Children’s Orphanage)

    GOTONG-ROYONG-MODEL ANSWER (EXPERIENCE AT A CHILDREN’S ORPHANAGE) Last Friday, the Interact Club made a visit to the Cherish Children’s Orphanage in conjunction with Hari Raya Puasa. A team of twenty students equipped with cleaning tools, presents, food and musical instruments made their way there. They arrived at about 9 o’ clock in the morning. Surveying the small, but cozy home, the students were divided into teams of five and got ready to work. I was on the clean-up team and we made...

    Crying, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Ketupat 539  Words | 2  Pages

  • ACTIVITIES

    Awards/Honors, Health Care Exposure, Community Service, Research, Leadership, Extracurricular Activity, Employment, and Other. In the "Description of Role" section of each activity, please provide additional details regarding how it correlates with any other "Activity Type." The admissions committee takes into account the fact that some activities may fit multiple categories. Activity Type: Health Care Exposure Activity Name: Pharmacy Technician Organization Name: CVS pharmacy Contact/Supervisor Name: Dina...

    Chemistry, Laboratory, Lehman College 874  Words | 5  Pages

  • Activities

    development of human society. Therefore, there are much more physical activities involved in our daily life as the result of development in society compared to the past. I believe that everyone has their favorite physical activities, hobby, sports or job that they love or hate. I’m not an exception. As a student, I’m buried in school works, job and relationship … etc. To balance my life and to release stress, I need to find an activity that I really enjoying doing and that it’s working out in the gym...

    Doing It, Health, Lifestyle 1239  Words | 3  Pages

  • activity A

    organisation is accurate and efficient and delivered in a timely and cost effective manner and that the human resource data is managed professionally. The behaviours describe in detail how a human resources professional needs to carry out their activities. Each behaviour is described at four bands of professional competence. There are eight behaviours which I have listed below:- 1. Curious – Is future focused, inquisitive and open minded; seeks out evolving and innovative ways to add value...

    Behavior, Human resource management, Learning 687  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Service

    1. INTRODUCTION Community service is donated service or activity that is performed by someone or a group of people for the benefit of the public or its institutions. This community service is organized by our class in order to fulfil the subject’s requirement which we need to do it as a group project. Even we cannot donate much an amount of money, we were able to lighten the burden of the orphanage with “gotong-royong” and organized various kinds of sports for the orphanage to have fun...

    Community, Member of Parliament 706  Words | 5  Pages

  • Debate 1malaysia

    putting a national school and one or two another vernacular schools together at the same site to share common facilities such as the school canteen and sports ground. The close proximity between the students of various races as well as organised activities between the schools will encourage greater interaction between them and foster national unity. Students who have been a part of a vision school can contribute more to the country when they grow up because of their strong bonding among each other...

    Constitution of Malaysia, Education, Malay language 945  Words | 3  Pages

  • indoor activity vs outdoor activity

    There are a lot of activities to enjoy around us. We are able to divide two type of activities such as indoor activities and outdoor activities. Some people like outdoor activities such as a baseball, football. Others like indoor activities such as volleyball, table tennis. In case of indoor activities, regardless of weather, people want to play sports, they can enjoy them. However, I prefer playing outdoor activities. There are two reasons why I think so. First, outdoor activities help people to be...

    Game, Health, Leisure 977  Words | 3  Pages

  • Activity Analysis

    activity A. Potential treatment goal(s) when used in treatment. * ↑ FM skills - Cl. will ↑ FM skills by cutting the design of the leather. * ↑ Cognitive skills - Reading and following directions will ↑ cl. cognitive skills. * ↑ Sensory-perceptual skills - Cl. will ↑ sensory-perceptual skills by touching dry and oiled leather. * ↑ Attention to task - Cl. will ↑ to focus on the task at hand. * ↑ UE ROM - Cl. will ↑ UE ROM through manipulation of the Versa-tool, leather, and...

    Cognition, Hand, Motor control 1173  Words | 4  Pages

  • Physical Activity

    Physical activity is a fundamental part of New Zealand’s schooling system and attitude towards its people’s health and wellbeing. Physical activity and recreation has known to be part of a Kiwi’s genetic make up, the government and community organizations implementation of strategies and pathways in which physical activity is accusable for every New Zealander, has had a major influence in creating this ‘identity’ that our people have. As society develops, people are more reliant on technology and...

    Constitutional monarchy, Democracy, Education 1060  Words | 3  Pages

  • Craft Activities

    1.1- Craft Activities for Babies 0-6 Months. 1. Free Drawing (scribble picture) – Wax Crayon 2. Roll on deodorant bottle painting 3. Play-doh 4. Texture sticking 5. Making a card 1.2- Description of one Activity Free drawing is when babies hold a wax crayon and scribble all over the paper, they can get different colours and scribble and they won’t get tired by doing this. Moreover the babies have loads of fun scribbling and they enjoy doing it. ...

    Crayon, Drawing, Fine motor skill 598  Words | 4  Pages

  • play activity

    have an understanding of what I was discussing, the week leading up to my activity would be spent discussing this topic and doing other sorts of activities relating to it. So that when it came to my activity they would have spent the past four days learning about it. I have attached separately my spider graph and rough work of the 5 daily activities which I prepared prior to carrying out the activity. I felt the best activity for me to carry out in the class would be the art one as the children would...

    Child, Color, Colour It In 1099  Words | 3  Pages

  • Enzyme Activity

    Copy button on the panel above to save your report) Activity: Name: Instructor: Date: Enzyme Activity Pam Campbell Id 0002337 Dr. Murphy Nmezi August 9, 2011 Predictions 1. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at pH 6 2. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at 40 °C (104 °F) 3. Sucrase activity increases with increasing sucrose concentration until a plateau is reached. Materials and Methods Effect of pH on Enzyme Activity. 1. Dependent Variable. amount of product (glucose and...

    Acidosis, Base, Blood 1132  Words | 4  Pages

  • Activity Theory

    Designing Activity Systems Research The greatest challenge facing an Activity-Theory-based approached to researching interconnected networks and activity systems is the tension between the necessarily holistic view of “better contextuality” suggested by Kuuti, and the need for an appropriate level of analytic abstraction and “generalizable” research results required for the research to have utility across disciplines (as cited in Nardi, 1996, p. 22; Nardi, 1996, p.70). This tension can...

    Consciousness, Object, Object-oriented programming 890  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extracurricular Activities

    Name : NURUL MAWADDAH WAHIANUWAR Age : 17 YEARS OLD Country : MALAYSIA Title : "Extracurricular Activities: An Inspiration or Unnecessary Burden?" Academics are an important part of each student's high school years, especially since high school grades play an integral role in college acceptance. Parents spend a lot of time encouraging their children to study more and play less in the pursuit of this goal. They believe that devoting a great deal of time to studying guarantees success in future...

    Basketball, Chess, College 1027  Words | 2  Pages

  • Leisure Activities

    AND DISADVANTAGES OF leisure activities for children in the pacific]Abstract | Leisure activity is beneficial when managed and properly organised as they are in the traditional and cultural lifestyles of the Pacific. These conditions need to be adapted and maintained in modern and evolving cultures to maximise positive effects of leisure activities on children. | PLAN Type : Point by point method Title : The advantages and disadvantages leisure activities present to children in the Pacific...

    Developmental psychology, Leisure, New Zealand 1304  Words | 5  Pages

  • Play Activity

    Table of Contents Play Activity Aims The following are the three aims which are needed to be undertaken with regards to this play activity: To help children learn about peacocks by informing them in circle time, To develop children’s creative development through messy play, To complete this assignment as part of my Early Childhood Education module. Rationale Planning Name of activity: Hand Painted Peacock Setting: The setting consist will consist of a Montessori preschool. It will...

    Childhood, Hand, Learning 829  Words | 3  Pages

  • Leisure Activities

    Research Report Leisure activities Abstract Leisure activities play a significant role in daily life of overseas students who have heavy burden of study. The purpose of this study was dissect the attitude of international students for leisure activities and examined the reason why they changed their leisure activities after coming to Australia. A questionnaire was designed collectively and distributed to fifty students from the UWS College. The findings indicated that majority of international...

    Country music, International student, Leisure 1513  Words | 6  Pages

  • Cda Activities

    3 year old Activities Cognitive Activity: Growing Seeds Materials: plastic sandwich bags, lima beans, paper towels, eye dropper & water Procedure: 1. Set out each baggie, two beans and paper towels for each child. 2. Have each child fold paper towel and place into baggie. 3. Lay two beans inside baggie on top of paper towels. 4. Let each child moisten paper towel and beans with water and eye dropper. Seal bags and place in sun. Skills: The children will get to observe...

    Bag-In-Box, Color, Flag of the United States 708  Words | 4  Pages

  • Leisure Activities

    Category:Leisure Activities Leisure is one's discretionary time spent in non-compulsory activities, time spent away from cares and toils. Because leisure time is free from compulsory activities such as employment, running a business, household chores, education and other such day-to-day stresses, not including eating, and sleeping, it is often referred to as "free time." This category is for leisure activities such as those which one voluntarily spends away from such stresses, so called 'down time...

    Amusement park, Cycling, Health 1165  Words | 4  Pages

  • Plan of Activity

    CLMP Manufacturing Plan of activities (5s Principles) a. Rationale: This plan of activities will enable the organization to set goals in attaining and implementing the 5s in the workplace with unified vision, shared thoughts and values to be able to be competitive enough in the world of business for we believe that implementing 5s may lead the company to success. b. Objectives: * To introduce 5s to the organization and appreciate its importance; * To keep the workplace clean, providing...

    Activity, Board of directors, Cleanliness 1256  Words | 5  Pages

  • Enzyme Activity

    Abstract: The objective of the Enzyme activity practical was to test the effects of temperature on an enzymes catalyzed reaction. Hydrogen peroxide was used to cause reaction when involved with different temperature levels. Throughout the experiment the data suggested that finding the optimum value involves testing the enzyme in different temperatures. The ideal temperature was 35 ̊C. Introduction: The purpose of this practical was to observe and understand the effects of changes in temperature...

    Chemical reaction, Enzyme, Measurement 751  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gang Activities

    distribution of prison cores discriminating against non-members. Today these prison gangs are still a challenge to the normal functioning of the prison having prisoners disrespecting and forming affiliations with prison personnel. The paper discusses the activities of the Aryan brothers, the folks ,Ms 13, the Islam nation and the Ku Klux Klan, where they are geographical concentration and the threat they pose to social and national security. The Aryan...

    Black people, Crime, Criminology 2060  Words | 6  Pages

  • Activity diagram

    Activity Diagram Administrator Inventory System Use Case Descriptions Inventory Use case: Search Item Actor: Sales Clerk Description: The system will search the item. Use case: Look Up remaining stocks. Actor: Sales Clerk Description: The will Look Up if they are enough stocks for the item. Use case: Look Up Item Price Actor: Sales Clerk Description: The system will look up the item price. Use case: Produce item details Actor: Sales...

    Class diagram, Critical path method, Marketing 332  Words | 5  Pages

  • Smartphone activity

    Delta Students Smartphone Activities I once saw a person trying to talk, text, check social media, and watch a video at the same time. When I asked, “why are you doing all of those activities at once?” They answered because they could and it would save time. New smartphones are able to carry out many more tasks at once, so it becomes a self challenge to see how many thing can you do at once. There is a variety of activities you can do with smartphone. Some of these activities can be useful and productive...

    BlackBerry, IPhone, Media studies 1087  Words | 3  Pages

  • Leadership Activity

    behavior and to set behavior goals How the author has used this exercise:  I have had success using this exercise as a pre- workshop self-inquiry activity.  I have also used it as a homework assignment.  Its strength lies in the fact that it paints a picture of actual behavior and then helps the leader see how he or she can redistribute behavior. Activity Description: * Have the participants think about what they actually do on a daily basis.  Then ask them to draw generalizations about how they...

    Fiedler contingency model, Kurt Lewin, Leadership 1871  Words | 6  Pages

  • Enzyme Activity

    Enzyme Catalase Activity in Reaction with the Substrate Hydrogen Peroxide Abstract We performed these experiments to observe the effects of enzymes on the rate of reactions. We tested and compared the activity of the enzyme catalase on the substrate H2O2 in various states and percentages, and observed the absorption values of the enzyme-substrate relationship at different concentrations. Our results show that the more substrate available, the quicker the reaction will happen except in one test...

    Catalase, Catalysis, Chemical equilibrium 1211  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hrm Activities

    (HRM) ACTIVITIES HR management is composed of several groups of interlinked activities taking place within the context of the organization . All managers with HR responsibilities must consider external environmental forces like : 1-legal 2-political 3-economic 4-social 5-cultural ...

    Employment, Human resource management, Human resources 774  Words | 4  Pages

  • Criminal Activity

    Explain how the Internet has aided criminal activity. The internet has aided criminal activity by communicating with each other without having to be near, as well as fraud and identity theft. The rise of the Internet over the last decade has paralleled some of the greatest milestones in communications history. Along with such great strides in bringing the world together, the frightening aspect of accessing information and propaganda that tests the very limits of the U.S. Constitution has arrived...

    Credit card fraud, Crime, Crimes 919  Words | 3  Pages

  • Paranormal Activity

    Paranormal Activity: Analysis and Critique Rick Mitchell September 12, 2011 ENG 225: Introduction to Film Instructor: Alene Morrison Paranormal Activity was a movie that everyone wanted to see as soon as the previews hit the movie screen. The previews showed the viewer small pieces of the movie so they would be left wondering and want to go see the movie as soon as they could. Paranormal Activity was based on a true story about a young couple dealing with a paranormal entity. The young woman...

    Actor, Director, Editing 941  Words | 3  Pages

  • Physical Activity

    Promote young children’s physical activity and movement skills 1.1 Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well being of children Physical activity is important to the short term and long term health and well being of children. In the short term physical activity helps children to build muscle, develops the skeletal frame, develops the heart and lung function and helps prevent obesity. If children have enough physical activity a day which is said to be up...

    Brain, Central nervous system, Control 1565  Words | 7  Pages

  • Marketing and Activity

    Revision for marketing: Topics 1 Activity 1.1 Why is understanding customers wants so critical for marketers? How are the concepts of value and satisfaction related to each other? Explain the differences between transactions and relationships. Activity 1.2 Now apply the issue discussed in Activity 1.1 to the following questions. Consumers usually choose from a tremendous variety of products and services to satisfy a given need or want. Consider your need for nourishment. How does that...

    Customer equity, Customer lifetime value, Customer relationship management 1436  Words | 6  Pages

  • sexual activity

    economic activities and how ... What is the difference between ... . What is the difference between economic and non-economic ... wiki.answers.com › Categories › Business & Finance › Economics What is the difference between economic and non economic activities.? ... Distinguish between economics activities and economics system . difference between economic and non economic activities www.meritnation.com › … › Social Science › People as Resource So economic activity is anything...

    Economic growth, Economics, Economy 663  Words | 11  Pages

  • Logistics Activities

    actions provide the framework for logistics activities through the process of planning, implementation and control. The outputs of the logistics system are competitive advantage, time and place utility, efficient movement to the customer, and providing a logistic service, mix such that logistics becomes a propriety asset of the organization. These outputs are made possible by the effective and efficient performance of the logistic activities. Logistics activity is literally thousands of years old,...

    Inventory, Logistics, Management 926  Words | 4  Pages

  • Physical Activity

    There are 1,440 minutes in every day. Use 30 of them for physical activity. Do you want to live a long, healthy life? I know I do. Being physically active every day is one important aspect of a healthy lifestyle. To be physically active, you do not have to be an athlete. Research shows that regular physical activity can promote psychological well-being and even aid in reducing feelings of depression and anxiety. Because of this, each and every one of you should be active for at least 30 minutes...

    Cortisol, Exercise, Health 884  Words | 3  Pages

  • Class Activities

    Part A – In-Class Activities Fifth grade is a great year to teach because a teacher can do many different types of in-class activities. Two in-class activities that would work extremely well for this grade level are cooperative learning groups and question and answer sessions. These work well with this grade level because the students are learning to be more responsible and showing maturity. Cooperative learning groups can be used for almost any subject and with learning the subject being studied...

    Activity, Answer, Education 1223  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sport Activities

    Sports Fun Day Activity Stations 1. Basketball Pass Children work in pairs or threes and see how many passes they can complete in the given time. Children use soft balls as easier to catch. There are a couple of basketballs if older children want to use them. SCORE: Select one pair/three to count the number of passes. 2. Throwing – ‘Sitting overhead soccer throw’ (size 4 football) ropes ropes ropes >>>>> >>>>> ...

    Child, Completeness, Dribbling 518  Words | 4  Pages

  • unit activity

    Persuasive Opinion Writing The Lesson Activities will help you meet these educational goals: 21st Century Skills—You will use critical-thinking skills and effectively communicate your ideas. Directions Please save this document before you begin working on the assignment. Type your answers directly in the document. _________________________________________________________________________ Self-Checked Activities Write a response for each of these activities. At the end of the lesson, click the...

    Critical thinking, Fallacy, Logic 1000  Words | 4  Pages

  • Play Activity

    Table of contents * Aim of Play Activity * Comprehensive Planning * Detailed Implementation * Evaluation * Recommendations * Personal Learning * Bibliography Aim of Play Activity The Play activity i implemented was face mask painting. The aim of this activity was to take a holistic approach which support and promote each area of the child’s area of development. A holistic approach is approach which considres the child as a whole person and understand what they...

    Child, Child development, Childhood 1724  Words | 6  Pages

  • Activity 1.7.1

    Packet Tracer to model networks. This activity will provide an opportunity to explore the standard lab setup using Packet Tracer simulator. Packet Tracer has two file formats it can create: .pkt files (network simulation model files) and .pka files (activity files for practice). When you create your own networks in Packet Tracer, or modify existing files from your instructor or your peers, you will often use the .pkt file format. When you launched this activity from the curriculum, these instructions...

    Cisco Systems, Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol 1271  Words | 5  Pages

  • activity 2

    Name: Cassidy Lessig Activity 1 The Muscle Twitch and the Latent Period 1. 1. Define the terms skeletal muscle fiber, motor unit, skeletal muscle twitch, electrical stimulus, and latent period 2. What .is the role of acetylcholine in a skeletal muscle contraction? Skeletal muscle fiber-Skeletal muscle fibers are the individual cells that are bound together in fascicles. Many fascicles are bound together to make a muscle Motor unit-A motor unit consists of a motor neuron and all of the muscle...

    Acetylcholine, Muscle, Muscle contraction 1695  Words | 5  Pages

  • Activity 7

    Exercise 7: Respiratory System Mechanics: Activity 1: Measuring Respiratory Volumes and Calculating Capacities Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly. 1. Which of the following statements describing the mechanics of breathing is false? You correctly answered: d. Ventilation relies exclusively on contracting skeletal muscles. 2. The contraction of which of the following muscles will increase the thoracic cavity volume during inspiration? ...

    Asthma, Capacity, Respiratory disease 875  Words | 6  Pages

  • Business Activity

    Assessment Activity Front Sheet This front sheet must be completed by the learner where appropriate and included with the work submitted for assessment. Learner Name Assessor Name Date Issued Completion Date Submitted on Qualification: BTEC First in Business Unit 1: Exploring Business Purposes Assessment Title – Exploring Business Purposes Criteria reference To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to: Task no. Page numbers P1 Describe four...

    Activity, Cooperative, Corporation 922  Words | 5  Pages

  • Lang. activity

    MOSAIC OF LANGUAGE AND RELIGION This Web quest is designed for you to gain an appreciation that language and religion are essential elements of culture.  Answer the following questions to the best of your ability on a separate sheet of paper. ACTIVITY 1:  100 Eskimo Words for Snow: Fact or Myth? There are an estimated 5,000 to 6,000 languages spoken throughout the world today.  One of the great beliefs in the many languages of the world is that, "Eskimos have more than a hundred words for snow...

    Abrahamic religions, Buddhism, Christianity 1051  Words | 5  Pages

  • Human Activity

     Human Activity is Causing Earth’s Warming Since the 1900s, the world has been in an upward trend of higher temperatures. In fact, there have been record breaking reports of high temperatures all over the world. According to International Panel of Climate Change “Warming of the climate system is unequivocal.” The cause of the weather abnormalities is an ongoing dispute. Although most agree human activity in the primary fact, scientist have yet to come to consensus. Global warming was once the...

    Atmosphere, Carbon dioxide, Climate 1094  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lysozyme Activity

    | Lysozyme activity | Observed in tears and saliva | | Connie Jamieson | 3/1/2012 | | Abstract Lysozyme is an enzyme found in both tears and saliva. Each time we blink our eyes, our eyelids wash tears over the surface of our eyes. In addition, our mouth is continually producing saliva. A spectrophotometer set to 450nm was used to measure the effect of lysozyme on bacteria. The absorbance or optical density was measured for each sample at specific times with a total measuring...

    Bacteria, Immune system, Innate immune system 1902  Words | 6  Pages

  • Activity 7

    Activity 7.5 - Assignment: Module Review Part 1 1. Planning and budgeting processes are notorious for their rigidity and irrelevance to management action.” How can planning be made relevant to the challenges facing a business? I do not believe that planning in irrelevant, as a matter of fact, planning is a time and cost saving tool that every business should consider. Planning need to be a fluid process and adapt to the changes in the market and consumers demands. Also, planning needs to be a...

    Business, Management, Rapid application development 1223  Words | 6  Pages

  • Vak Activities

    Observational study Differences between the access channel of two groups of high school students based in VAK activities. Problem Statement According to Neuro-Linguistic Programming, a model of internal and external communication, which focuses on the study of both, states that there are three ways in which humans perceive reality, which are visual, auditory and kinesthetic better known as VAK activities. It also states that it has to do with the way in how men express and how they interact with others as...

    Communication, Communications system, High school 2112  Words | 6  Pages

  • Economic Activities

    business sector includes the profit-motivated firms that engages in the production of goods and services. These firms combine the services of the four factors of production, which they acquire from the household sector, to pursue their productive activities. The primary reason for the existence of the business sector is to produce the goods that satisfy the wants and needs of the household sector. o Government  The government sector includes all levels of government--federal, state, and local...

    Business, Economic growth, Economics 640  Words | 3  Pages

  • Activity 4.6

    Activity 4.6 - End of Module Questions and Analysis 1. What major trends are occurring in software? What capabilities do you expect to see in future software packages?  Like at first the computers were very hard to maintain. These days software’s have made it very easy to maintain computers. The major trends or changes occurring in software’s they have too much of flexibility, now used for daily communication. Also are used for security systems such as use for robbing(hacking). In addition...

    Application software, Computer program, Computer software 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Research activity

    Research Activity 3 The word ‘ethics’ is originated from a Greek word ‘ethos’. Ethics is defined as those moral principles that help in governing a person’s behaviour or the conduct of an activity. (oxforddictionaries,2000) Ethics are practiced is all the professions may it be medical, accounting or any other business in that case. Ethics is something that takes into consideration on how the people act in a specific manner and also the reason behind that. In the field of auditing, the Accounting...

    Audit, Auditing, Auditor's report 859  Words | 3  Pages

  • Activity 4

    HIS 111 World Civilizations I Activity 4 – Town Creek Indian Mound 25 points Name: Bryce Ross Directions: After having read the section titled “Three Complex Societies” and either visiting the Town Creek Indian Mound or viewing its website, http://www.nchistoricsites.org/town/, respond to the following questions. Place your responses on this document under each question. Be sure to keep my questions on here. Your responses should include whole sentences with proper grammar and punctuation. ...

    Apalachee, Burial, Cherokee 744  Words | 2  Pages

  • Activity of a Protease

     The Activity of a Protease (Trypsin) Introduction Enzymes catalyze reactions by creating alternate reaction mechanisms whose transition states are more thermodynamically stable than uncatalyzed reactions (Berg et al., 2002; UBC Department of Microbiology and Immunology, 2006). Increased thermodynamic stability in these transition states reduces the energy of activation, the minimum amount of energy input a chemical system requires for a reaction to occur (UBC Department of Microbiology...

    Active site, Chemical equilibrium, Chemical kinetics 1974  Words | 7  Pages

  • Differentiated Activities

    Differentiated Activities Supporting Activity: Introduction to Voice Telecommunications • Discuss the history and progression of the voice telecommunications industry. What are the current voice network standards? Communication is the way in which we connect. It has been around since the beginning of time with smoke signals, cave paintings to text messages, and video messages. Communication has revolutionized the way people connect and stay connected. Telecommunication is the science...

    Internet, Internet Engineering Task Force, Mobile phone 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • Terrorism Activities

    human rights like the restrictions on civil liberties and the simplest example of this is what is happening in prison without trials such as what occurs in Guanta´namo, on the other hand some of the rising powers get involved in supporting terrorism activities as a part of the competition with the United States . In response to this type of crisis that there is no agreement even on its concept which is traded in all media and various individual categories and official countries, I will address in these...

    Al-Qaeda, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Iraq War 1900  Words | 5  Pages

  • Program of Activities

    PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIES PROGRAMME Objectives: - To bring together knowledge acquired from seminars, conferences, trainings through a common platform of sharing ideas and experiences. - To ensure that participants are aware of the latest developments in the field of library and information centers. Morning 8: 00 - Registration 8: 40 - Invocation by Ms. Marie Lynn...

    Law library, Librarian, Library 458  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tsunami Activity

    and down. [1] Tsunamis can also be caused by volcanic eruptions or landslides that occur under the water or near the beach.[1][2][3][4][5]Island like Hawaii can easily get earthquake and also tsunami, because the island is formed from volcanic activities. There are lots of active volcanoes in Hawaii. [1][2] Most of the tsunamis occur in the Pacific Ocean which covers more than one-third of the Earth’s surface. A lot of volcanic eruption and earthquakes occur in the area called the “ring of fire”...

    2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, Earthquake, Japan 1146  Words | 4  Pages

  • Respiratory Activity

    Copy button on the panel above to save your report) Activity: Name: Instructor: Date: Respiratory Volumes Predictions 1. During exercise: TV will increase. 2. During exercise: IRV will decrease. 3. During exercise: ERV will increase. 4. During exercise: VC will not change. 5. During exercise: TLC will not change. Materials and Methods 1. Dependent Variable. respiratory volumes 2. Independent Variable. level of physical activity [resting or exercising] 3. Controlled Variables. height;...

    Lung, Lung volumes, Muscle 1048  Words | 4  Pages

  • Activity 2

    Managerial Accounting Activity 2.4 - Case Study 1: Cost Terms and Concepts In this module you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of cost terms and their application in the aviation industry. For this Case Study complete the four requirements below: 1. ABC Airlines has determined both the fixed and variable costs per flying hour associated with flying each of the 10 different types of aircraft in their fleet. How might this type of information be useful in determining the...

    Cost, Costs, Expense 1179  Words | 5  Pages

  • human activities

    impact on the present we live in. Sykes stated few points why should we use history in our present the first reason because history is a great constraint; we learn what works and what does not work, what building types maybe suitable for certain activities materials fail under certain situations. We can use history to get inspiration to build new buildings that are inspired from the past and fit the needs of the future. Tennyson said "lives of great men all remind us; we can make our lives sublime...

    Architect, Architecture, Building 1256  Words | 4  Pages

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