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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Interviews - Good and Bad

Good interview
She seems interested in what Katy Perry and isn't rude. She asks a lot of questions and doesn't try to make Katy embarrassed about anything. Some of the time you can see that Katy isn't expecting some of the questions but she still answers them. Most of what the presenter says seem to be written down as notes as that s what she is holding so at least you know she is prepaid.

Bad interview
This interview is bad because of the presenter, he is unable to stop laughing because of the mans voice. No one should laugh at something like that when it comes to interviewing them as the man did look embarrassed, also the woman next to him looked upset the entire time so it looks like something bad has happened. I couldn't understand what was being said because it is in a different language but the presenter did apologise at first but continued to laugh.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Interview Techniques

  • speak clearly
  • Be interested in the person
  • Good posture
  • Eye contact
  • Stay on topic
  • Be  confident

  • Look at the camera
  • be agresive
  • Make assumtions
  • Have a hidden agenda
  • Mumble
  • Fidget

Interview techniques

How important is it to have good interview techniques? why?
It it important to have good interview technique as you will have to have an interview sometime in your life weather you are the person asking the questions or answering them. You will need this for any job you apply for, you will need good interview technique to make a good impresion.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Pitch Presentation

·         The Jokes on you

·         Sedtin, Hannah and Ann-Marie

·         Original ideas

·         Aliens come to earth

Comunication technique - Review

Paramore - monster music video

Paramores new music video for their song monster seem to come out of no wear. Throughout the video they seem to have a lot of anger but they do not show it to well. The  video is different for the band as most of their music videos are colourful and bright, in this one there are few colours so that you focus more on the song. In the video they have a lot happening, a lot more than normal and some times there is to much much going on and too fast. Their music hasn't changed to much but the band has, as this is the second song about there band and how they have broken up. In conclusion i do believe that they are still getting better no matter how many of them thetre are in the band  

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

knife crime - whats being done

Inauguration of Peace Monument

knife crime

The Restriction of Offensive Weapons Act 1959 banned the carrying, manufacture, sale, purchase, hire or lending of flick-knives and ''gravity knives''. The Criminal Justice Act 1988 contained a list of prohibited martial arts-style weapons and made it an offence to carry an article with a blade or sharp point in a public place. The Offensive Weapons Act 1996 made it illegal to sell knives to children under 16. The Knives Act 1997 prohibited the marketing of combat knives.

knife crime

Up to 60,000 young people, mostly male, may be stabbed and injured each year, the equivalent of more than 160 victims a day, according to a worst-case estimate for knife violence in England and Wales.
On the other hand, the figure may be around 22,000 each year for victims aged 10 - 25-year-old.
The different between the two estimates - derived from the questioning of around 600 under-25s about whether they had been "knifed or stabbed", and then extrapolated to the wider population, with all the statistical vagaries that entails - reflects the lack of precise information about the scale of knife crime in England and Wales.
  • In 2007 - 27 Teenagers were stabbed to death in London
  • The first fatal stabbing that happened in the UK in 2008 was in the early hours of the new year!
  • 3 More fatal stabbings happened in the UK within the first week

knife crime

An ex-EastEnders actress turned anti-crime activist and the head of a sweet firm are among those in England named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Brooke Kinsella, 27, who set up a trust after her brother was stabbed to death in north London, has been made an MBE.
John Winnard, of Wigan's William Santus & Co, has become an MBE for services to confectionery.
Veteran dinner lady Patricia Gilman, 65, is among hundreds of people honoured for serving their communities.
At total of 965 people were named in the honours list, of whom more than 70% were "local heroes" who have carried out unsung work for their communities.
Ms Kinsella set up the Ben Kinsella Trust in her brother's memory after the 16-year-old was killed in June 2008.
She has been appointed a government adviser and in February published a report on tackling knife crime where she said "the key word is prevention, not cure".
Meanwhile, Mr Winnard, joint managing director of the firm which has been making Uncle Joe's Mint Balls for 113 years, said: "It's great to be recognised."

Knife crime

Knife crime can involve many things, including just buying or carrying an illegal knife. In recent years, laws on selling and carrying knives have been tightened, and punishments for knife offences increased. Before you consider buying a knife, make sure it’s legal.

What is knife crime?

‘Knife crime’ is any crime that involves a knife.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Knife crime - facts and statistics

During the period July to September 2009 there were 8,485 recorded offences involving knives or other sharp instruments, a 12% decrease on the previous year.
With the exception of homicide the recorded crime statistics had not previously separately identify crimes involving knives. Provisional data shows there were 255 homicides using a sharp instrument in 2008/09, accounting for 39% of all homicides.

Knife crime - history

Knives have been used as weapons, tools and eating utensils since prehistoric times.  However, it is only in fairly recent times that knives have been designed specifically for table use.  Hosts did not provide Cutlery for their guests in the Middle Ages in

Knife Crime - doctors

The damage a Knife can do...Knives have devastating effects, hospital staff see more than their fair share day in, day out.  Below some of the staff tell us of their experiences:-

Charles Knowles, a Consultant Surgeon at the Homerton Hospital in Hackney and the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel..."I have spent many years training as a Surgeon in East London and have seen the results of 'knife injuries' on most of the nights that I have worked over the last 10 years.  During that time I have been working over Christmas on several occassions...

knife crime - Victims

Stephen Timms MP 54
14th May, 2010
East Ham, London.

MP for East Ham Mr Timms was stabbed twice in the stomach at a constituency event on Friday...Liberal Democrat peer Nigel Jones was stabbed 10 years ago in similar circumstances when he was wounded and his aide Andrew Pennington was stabbed to death with a sword in January 2000.  Lord Jones said the recent stabbing of Mr. Timms was "shocking"...he is urging Politicians to improve security.

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