Philosophy I need to researchthe typical material and colors that are preferred by the Egyptian architects. I also need to research how the local material was used in buildings. Designers I need to research further on the pyramids and Karnak. I would research how they were built and structured. Deadlines and Outlines This is my proposed personal schedule with deadlines AND outline: Introduction ( ) Historical Context ( ) Philosophies of Design (
The McGraw-Hill Personal Assessment was very useful for me to analyze myself and find out how I function and the status of aspects. The assessment asked questions on various topics. It helped me understand myself and enabled me to identify my qualities. The assessment test findings provided me with understanding about my personality and will be useful for helping me better myself. The scriptures from the Holy Bible is always helpful to find myself.
As Grant-Davie stated “situations do not exist without rhetors, and that rhetors create rather than discover rhetorical situations” (265). Meaning that the audience, the rhetors, helped me decided on creating a scrapbook, which is a creative, fun way to do research. It makes it much more interesting for not only the students but the teachers as well to discover how important it is to research. Also, it is a technique to help improve both audiences with their craft. The modes of communication that I will be using will be visual, linguistic, and audio mainly.
I intend to share this story with incoming freshman to encourage them to choose a major they are passionate about, not one forced upon them by outside influences. From reading my story, I hope the audience learns to not let other people’s actions influence their choices or aspirations in life. After I received very useful feedback from my first draft, I realized that that my biggest flaw in my paper was the holistic impression. In order to fix this I needed to make sure that my main point, or lesson of this essay came across clearly. The main idea of my essay is to not let others influence your choices.
In addition, I started to read the biography of the singer and comments from the singer’s friend to find evidence and information that can be used in my essay. After this simple but because of my topic so it becomes complicated assignment, I believe I learned how to effectively locate, interpret, and evaluate evidence in order to support my idea. In addition, writing assignments are not the only way I learn from the class. The professor also teach the students different types of logical fallacies, inductive and deductive patterns to be use while composing our essay. Overall I believe English 2 is a really effective class.
I learned that it is important to get the foot in the door by taking necessary actions as an undergrad to get myself prepared for graduate school. One of these steps is to work in a research lab. They suggested to prolong the time working in a single lab to advance the level of responsibilities as the advisor become more acquainted with their research assistants. The advisors will eventually write good letters of recommendations. Thus, it is necessary to reach out now to the right advisors who work in the department I will would like to work at, and see if they are looking for assistance.
Many east coast schools were built using Collegiate Gothic styles because of the time period they were built in. A number of the schools were in fact built during the Gothic movement that began in the late 1740s and continued to grow rapidly in the early 19th century. Many of the universities that used this design were built during this movement which had a large influence on their architectural decisions. The Gothic revival had connotations of politics, religion, and professionalism. These two designs have many differences, for example, Romanesque styles use separate compartments while Gothic uses unified compartments.
I think my growth is very evident in my final paper. I applied many of the new techniques and styles of writing that I learned into the rhetorical analysis aspect of my paper. My final paper is more analytic and focuses on my own arguments. I incorporated the new skills such as synthesizing my own argument through past examples into the essay. Furthermore, I was very careful with my work to eliminate grammatical and citation errors.
This class was enlightening with its many facets, covering many multicultural aspects that would relate to the clinical counseling field. Intriguing were the amount of issues to consider when counseling clients of different cultural backgrounds. Whether it was text book related, lecture notes, or the videos we watched, I can see how there are many components that relate to culture. Covering, whereas, in some cases revisiting concepts such as racism, gender and sexism, sexual orientation, spiritual diversity, and advocacy, there was always something to be gained from what was being taught. Truly, there is a new-found appreciation in application and practice of the knowledge, insight, and understanding that was gained.
Teaching is a big part of me as I have taught many of my friends and other students. I have used my talent as an artist to give life to the words and diagram in the textbook. I have used my art to help people visualize abstract thinking and understand different concepts, especially when it comes to chemistry, biology, and physics. Through the art, I have tried to make a learning more of a fun and challenging by using the ideas of everyday objects. Because art has a more flexibility when it comes to how it is presented, I have tried to include my art and animation in different presentations.
We need to get that down a bit better and maybe have it in writing. My biggest challenge is to not let things slip past me and I try to be vigilant and not miss a deadline or a closing. I am looking forward to the upcoming year. With the potential of a new Homebuyer program with less disruption and time wasting. I feel like the time that will be saved will help me to expand the rehab program, have more time for monitoring and to taking on new challenges.
Ensuring adequate time would have diminished my feelings of being rushed, allowing me to feel more comfortable in the role of facilitator and therefore more effective. With adequate time I would have been able elicit further opinions and discussion from the group. When reflecting back on the manner in which I presented my discussion questions I think I subconsciously changed a few from an open ended to a close-ended format in order to save time; which is counter intuitive to the facilitation process. Question format was also indicated as an area that could be improved on by a member of my group, going forward I will ensure that I ask the questions the way they are written. For the winter facilitation I will select a day where there is only one other facilitation to ensure group energy levels are ideal for participating and contribution.