So, while I am involved with the price and comfort, I am uninvolved with the aspect of whether it is fashionable or not. Although I knew before this class that I was not very involved in fashion, I realize now that I have no knowledge about the fashion industry or people’s fashion shopping habits as a whole. I have never before considered whether I was an impulsive or compulsive shopper, so it was interesting to think about what I would rate myself. The same is true for the other topics. I hope to learn more about moral and ethical issues surrounding fashion, since I can use this knowledge to better my shopping habits and decisions in the
That’s why the idea of talking in front of a class (composed of students I don’t know personally) was really overwhelming for me. The day before the first session, I was really scared and worried. I felt that I was still not prepared despite reading the modules repeatedly. I was like, “What if I stutter and forget what I need to say?” “What if they make fun of me?” But during the first session, the odds were in my favor when Benny joined our group. We divided the class into four small groups, and thankfully since there were five of us I got paired with Fret.
Clooley theory is true because I don’t see myself as who I really am as a student, I always think how to change myself, so I can make friends. Being a college student is really hard to be yourself because the world has changed in how many people think. Many people look more into what that person has to offer and not about who the person is, so I always think of how others want to see me because I believe more in what people say about me, which I think is wrong. Last, in my
I would say that in class I lose focus when the pace is too slow, or the teacher is very monotone in their lectures. On the other hand, at a family party if I lose interest in a topic of discussion, I can walk away to either get some food or find a different group of people to join. In conclusion, these perspectives of social psychology are apparent in everyday life. Just our experiences growing up or even our day-to-day activities, we encounter each of these in different manners. We tend to be so focused on ourselves that they are not as easily noticeable, but in all reality, we react based on our experiences and circumstances that happen around us.
When I was very young, my peers were more understanding; all young children can be awkward or shy, it seemed. But the older I got, the harder social interactions became. In middle school and early into high school, I missed more school due to the anxiety attacks that came from my failed social interactions than I did from illness. As someone who is sick often, this was unacceptable to me. Autistic people often obsess over the things that interest them, called “special interests.” Body language became one of these special interests for me in high school as a result of the tedious research I began to get out of this feeling that I was alone in a world where everyone knew a secret I could not find out.
I was given many opportunities in school to be a leader. For example, being the class chairperson. However, my classmates perceived me as an autocratic leader. This might be because I am independent and assertive. As I grow older and wiser, I realised that being an autocratic leader is not the way to go.
The life of high school was way too different from the elementary, and anyone who passed through it can agree with me. Many aspects had changed, and I was not used to those changes. As the years went by, I became more accustomed to the life in high school, and I was able to adapt to it. Like any other class, our class was full of crazy and funny classmates. Furthermore, in my student life, I got used to being made fun of, rejected and all that.
Throughout the duration of this class, I have been highly reflective on my work, but have failed to take into consideration past mistakes when developing new assignments. From the Personal Narrative Essay to the Destination Essay, common errors have take place amongst them all. Specifically, I have struggled to make the syntax of my essays less confusing and allow my explanations to be more detailed, but have always been successful in sharing interesting ideas with the audience. The first way that I have struggled to become more flexible and self-aware is by the lack of using correct syntax. Within almost every essay written during first semester, I came across multiple comments made by you that reflect my difficulty creating sentences
Thus I think schools should teach students about specific careers and jobs instead of general subjects. When I was in elementary and middle school, I always learn about Mathematics, Language, Science, Politics, Ethics, and History. Gradually, I get bored of school and I do not want to attend school anymore, suddenly our school chosen by creative school in our city. Thus we started learn how to find our careers and think about our future job. This was so fresh and my friends and me are getting interest in that subject.
I was not into doing this at all. I would rather read something that I liked reading, not something boring or lame that my parents just throw at me. Thinking about this, I guessed it was like this for most kids when they were younger. Even when you’re in school, teachers force you to read boring stories. You might not have any idea what’s going on, but you still have to read it.