In addition, I would rate myself a 5 again for the second learning target because I have more than three techniques portrayed in my satire. At first, I thought I only had three techniques; however, during the satire conference day in class, Mrs. Shumpert pointed out that I actually have four instead of three. I have asked a few of my peers for their feedbacks on my techniques and almost all of them immediately noticed what techniques I have incorporated. In addition, my peers could tell who my audience and what I was criticizing based on the techniques I have used to achieve my desired effect. When other people successfully noticed what I was criticizing and addressing in my satire, I knew that the techniques I used were effective.
She has showed a throughout understanding of my organization by pointing out my thesis statement on gender in equality in the workplace, she realized my four claims supporting the thesis statement and also the counter-argument, rebuttal that I included in my essay. By closely following the Toulmin argument model and reaching the required length 4 pages, she gave me 3 out of 3 for the category content, format and length. Unlike in the annotated bibliography, in the argumentative essay, I cited some sentences from the article directly without proper paraphrasing, possibly due to my hastiness when writing the essay. I accepted this as my faults and will definitely try to improve my paraphrasing skill, however, for each sentence cited I included a source in order not to be considered as plagiarism. In term of organization and coherence, as Ha commented I also believe that I managed to keep a good flow of idea and to keep all my ideas on topic.
In module three I was still struggling with applying these skills even though I improved by a letter grade. Finally in module four I was able to fully apply my critical thinking skills by providing superior support for my central ideas, while also providing specific and original details. I mainly focused on attempting to understand the basics of each genre of essay, and achieved this by looking over the assigned reading and doing my own research on the essay
First off, the relationship between Lyra and Jordan College is healthy based on the daily support given to her and their .At the Jordan College, the scholars, Master, and Lord Asrial teach her manners. They told her to,“ Speak when you 're spoken to, be quiet and polite, smile nicely and don 't you ever say Dunno when someone asks you a question.” As a result, Lyra learns how to have good manners especially in front of the master. Overall, she becomes a better person because of the scholars. Without the scholars help, Lyra would always be embarrassed for making a bad impression in front of the loyal lords and masters. Also at Jordan, the people entertained her in many different ways.
In the article, “Congratulations, College Graduate. Now Tell Us: What Did You Learn?” by Jeff Selingo, he explains his viewpoint about college graduates not learning as much as they should be during college. Selingo states that there is no accurate way to measure how much students actually learn in college. The Collegiate Learning Assessment, known as the CLA, is used as a tool to measure colleges curriculum and teaching. On average, most students take the test three times in their college careers.
Lucille Parkinson McCarthy, author of the article, “A Stranger in Strange Lands: A College Student Writing Across the Curriculum”, conducted an experiment that followed one student over a twenty-one month period, through three separate college classes to record his behavioral changes in response to each of the class’s differences in their writing expectations. The purpose was to provide both student and professor a better understanding of the difficulties a student faces while adjusting to the different social and academic settings of each class. McCarthy chose to enter her study without any sort of hypothesis, therefore allowing herself an opportunity to better understand how each writing assignment related to the class specifically and “what
To, Start, I am always able to pick up on things pretty fast especially when the situation calls for it. People have always considered me to be Lazy genius. In that even though I might not have gotten the best grades in class mostly because I rest on my Lorals. I also know that I would be in a much better situation if I had something to do like getting involved in a club or being part of a fraternity. The real reason why you should accept me in to the college is because I am breaking from those habits and My abilities when I properly apply them to school work can allow me to have excellent grades in class my skills are being able to be work under pressure, I am creative, I am a good team worker.
So, each of candidates will have a similar question. Furthermore, the other benefit from structured or directive interview gives consistency on the result when candidates do a test because it has stander questions and reduces or not include potential of bias in interview. Paragraph Two Interview content clarify as what types of question it contains. There are three categories of interview content such as situational interview, behavior interview, job-related interview and stress interview. Situational interview is series of question in job-relate that concentrate on how interviewees will behave or react in given situation.
As the efforts of each member have a great influence to the team, the individual’s efforts are as in proportion to the awards as possible. Another function of shrinking the size of the group is that social laziness is going to be weakened and that people can obtain higher efficiency rather than before. Therefore, the best solution to avoid the “free rider effect” is to let four to six students in a small group. Moreover, students can create a good study environment, define the reasonable division of labor or teachers can supervise them easily to finish the task and give suitable prize to them. Different people have distinct attitudes about free rider problem.
I ultimately realized that I needed to be able to make the students see that none of us individually could get all the work done. I proposed to my mentor that all the new students should be required to take a small test about all the basic techniques they had learned