I was given the opportunity to submit assignment #2 early, and resubmit assignment #1 at the assigned due date for assignment #2. The constructive feedback that was given by the instructor after grading, pointed out how I needed to grab the readers’ attention by being firm without being conversational, stating opinions as if they were facts, avoiding paragraphs in the first person, and eliminating paragraphs that had weak word
I listened to everything she had to say, I caught myself tearing up just listing to her stories and how impactful being a social worker can be. This was one interview I felt that I had hardly any listing blocks standing in the way. I know I must have looked like a bomb went off with all of the information giving. I know my face had some blank stares to gather how this department works. I was aware of my nonverbal communication but I kept up my posture and eye contact to learn everything I could about this
I know learning about myself continues and how easy you can slightly revert back to old attitudes and behaviours because I did not speak about my goals in depth in my PDP presentation. Before I was due to present my presentation I changed some content. The reason being I listen to peers and not my own judgment. They told me that the goals I had set myself, weren’t the ones
The exigence includes my education life. I had to pass IELTS exam so this situation was triggered to me. Secondly, rhetor is important in rhetorical situation. They can write whatever they want with several constraints. They avoid stating the same opinion again and again.
Roth says the point of this exercise is “you won’t have to search within your answers very long to find the bullshit” (Roth 43), therefore this gets readers more in touch with their feeling about themselves, their lives, and their emotions. Later in chapter two Roth starts to talk about what stops people from doing what they want. He gets emotional with this part of the chapter by explaining to his readers that the small things that
In understanding the challenges that occur in interracial interaction, the authors were able to focus on the small details that would ultimately lead them to their conclusion. I believe the theory to be accurate because in any interaction when we are aware of how we want to be portrayed then we monitor our actions. Yet, when we’re are saying one thing and our body language is showing something else, the other person involved can see right through that and become uncomfortable. There were some limitations to this study which ultimately didn’t affect the outcome but must be taken into consideration. There is no specific way to measure deliberative or spontaneous behavior.
The student just wants to “Get in and get out.” with nobody being hurt or the wiser (162). I can relate to that mentality, and I’m sure that was Straub’s intention. He wanted to make students who don’t care, care. The contrast is apparent with the example of a good peer reviewer Straub provides right before the end of the essay. It helps to shed some light on ways that a past peer reviewer could have helped one of our works and ways many of us could have helped works we have peer reviewed in the past.
Twice was during the near start of the programme and once nearing the end. That was direct observation in the triads that I got direct verbal feedback and then right at the very end of the programme I got the written feedback from the lead tutor which I found really helpful. All that feedback helped me to frame where I was in my journey in relation to the end goal for me which was the ICF ACC Accreditation”. (P8) However, participant 5 described some of the feedback she received during the training as ‘too specific’ and said ‘that she would not have learned from this’. ‘She went on to describe the feedback she later received from her mentor and said: “I would have got fantastic supervision from the mentors, it was really good feedback that got you to actually think ‘oh yes, I could have done that differently”.
Verbally Verbal communication has always been a struggle for me; I must admit that I am better at expressing my thoughts and ideas when I write them down on paper. Before attending college, I typically did not think before I spoke and I did not sugar coat my words, which now I realize how this has affected some of my relationships with people and how I had unintentionally hurt people in the past. I find myself still learning and recognizing that this is an area that I anticipate will become more natural to me as I become a more competent nurse. Since this part of communication has been a struggle to me, therapeutic communication was also a struggle when it came to speaking to patients, staff, and taking nursing exams. Through every nursing
As I complete ENG 111 I have an inclination that I have learned a considerable measure. I do well in exploration sort essays and I battle when I attempt to break down writing and I likewise battle when I have a period constraining on writing an essay. The one thing that helped me in ENG 111 and different class was learning how to MLA and APA positions. I will utilize this all through my further studies. When I move onto ENG 112; I needed to deal with how I examine a bit of writing and learn how to get my contemplations together in a timelier way.
I did not have the experience, knowledge and I dare to say the educational background that may make me feel more comfortable to work with Homeless Families. However, the Program Director of the program gave me the courage and the correct inspiration on how to prepare myself and to learn quickly. Her words during the job interview
Annotated Bibliography Tashina Stoffel, Personal Interview, 3 November 2015 I prepared for my interview by researching questions that would really be essential to my essay. I chose questions that would be easy for her to answer and questions that could be incorporated into my essay. I also asked questions that would be fun for her to answer and that could help influence my decision on the career. I used the answers to the questions to introduce the career. Coming from a person who has attended school and made my topic her profession.
IRR is a station that talks about the cultural survival issues happening across the globe, not just America. “At IRR, I am not considered an intern, I am a fellow because we all work as one and are united together. Kind of like a family.” Due to the fact that she hadn’t really taken any courses here that could help her succeed at IRR, she got in touch with Kaimana Barcarse, who is one of the organizers at KWXX who helped her get the fellowship. All summer Kuali’i worked with him to understand the different programs she would be using, including one called Audacity. Kuali’i’s job was to take the interviews and clean them up, removing things like um and ahs, and ready the segment for a live broadcast.
When I thought about my essay I realized I never truly revised my essays, I just cleaned it up a little then turned it in. Making sure there is minimal grammar errors is important, because it will make it easier for the readers to understand the essay, just like the sentence and thesis errors. When I would review my drafts for each essay, I started to look harder for these errors with each essay as the class progressed. I started to find more and more errors that I know I would not have found in the beginning of this class. There is an article that helped me learn to truly revise my essays, the title is, “Revision Strategies of Student Writers”, it is by Nancy Sommers.
Wormley maintained the following work habits: accepting supervision without complaints or being disrespectful, accepting constructive criticism, and following instructions (no errors found in her work). However, two of five Instructor 's observations, indicated that Ms. Wormley had difficulty maintaining good attendance. She failed to call the office with a valid reason for two absences, which were November 17, 2017 and November 20, 2017. She was laid off on November 16, 2017, (please see note dated 11/15/2017). 4) Work observations and feedback from Instructor (verbally and written), , indicated that Ms. Wormley displayed appropriate personal management skills such as being able to work independently.