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    Prufrock’s overwhelming question is a marriage proposal because of the severity of his indecisiveness and inner debate of whether or not to ask it. I also believe he does not ask this question because he is in self-denial of his indecisiveness, old, afraid of rejection, and wants to be sure of her answer before he asks the question. Prufrock does not reference marriage in this poem while determining whether or not to court the woman and ask the overwhelming question, so it is unclear if he means

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    Answer TWO of the following questions each in 250-350 words. Please be specific and thorough. *Either question 4 or 5 must be answered, along with another of your choosing. 2. What do you like and dislike about collaborating with other when trying to improve issues within your school? What actions could you take to make this process a smooth as possible? One of the great things about working with others is you can get a better perspective of things, especially if it is a very diverse group. If

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    “Interviewing with Open-ended Questions” When conducting an interview it’s important that paralegals and lawyers obtain as much information as possible during the interviews. One way to make sure this happens is by asking open ended questions, Open ended questions are designed to encourage a full, meaningful answer using the subject 's own knowledge and/or feelings. It is the opposite of a closed-ended question, which encourages a short or single-word answer. Open-ended questions are important also because

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    Evidence Open Ended Questions Some of the many benefits of an open ended question are that it allows an infinite number of possible answers, collects more detail, it allows the person to learn something they didn 't expect to know, get adequate answers to complex issues, it encourages creative answers and self expression, and gives the person an understanding of how the respondents thinks. According to the transcript provided in this case study, there are relatively few occurrences in which open

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    There is a variety of ways to answer this question, so I am going to answer it in two ways. The first way I am going to answer it is “why am I here in Quincy”. Well for starters I am from Los Angles where I live in a city called West Covina. I heard about this school from my grandparents. They live in Greenville, which is a 30 minute drive from Quincy. I had applied to four different CSU that I wanted to go to, but it turned out not to work out the way I wanted because I did not get into of them

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    A. Choose the best answer and write the letter in the blank. (40 pts.) _____ 1. Which of these sentences most likely comes from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin? “I hope , therefore, that some of my descendants may follow my examples and reap the benefit.” “Philadelphia was a city at the heart of America’s independence.” “Benjamin Franklin also contributed to public service.” “Almost everyone secretly desires to attain perfection in some field.” _____ 2. How does Franklin begin his project

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    Everyone knows you need to prepare to answer some tough questions at the job interview. But you might be missing a trick if you’re also not preparing to ask some questions. The truth is a good conversation is always a two-way street and this also applies to your job interview. By asking questions, you can create a better relationship with the interviewer and really highlight your talent and fit for the role. Not to mention how asking questions will help you figure if the role is what you actually

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    In Patrick Henry’s “Speech in the Virginia Convention,” Henry uses persuasive techniques such as repetition and rhetorical questions to interrogate the motives of the British and to reason why the colonies should declare their independence despite the consequences. In Henry’s speech, he uses repetition to address that war is inevitable to show how they must fight in order to achieve their goals as a nation and to prove that the colonists will not be alone over the course of the battle. In Henry’s

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    There are fundamental questions that are posed in everyone’s life. The most asked, as well as the most daunting one is perhaps what happens when we die, and what is heaven like? Billy Collins in his poem “Question About Angels”, attempts to pose and answer such questions. As the poem is a statement on the outlook of how religion in interpreted, and how angels are perceived through the use of repetition, symbolism, and irony. Billy Collins attempts to show the reader a sense of mystery and unfamiliarity

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    Question Behind the Question As a future nurse one of the most important parts of my schooling/career is learning how to properly communicate. This proper communication needs to be used in all aspects of my career, with coworkers, patients, patients’ families’, doctors, and all other healthcare professionals involved in a patients care. When communication is lacking the patients care, treatment, and outcome can suffer greatly. The book “The Question Behind the Question” really opened my eyes to

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    in the book. My mom, Jodi is a mental health therapist for Child and Adolescent. I interviewed my mom Sunday, November 13th at 9:00 that morning. The interview took about 25 minutes because my mom took much thought before answering the questions. I made 13 questions that are related to the book to ask her. I chose my mom to interview because while I was reading the book at home, she asked me if she could read it when I was

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    our group was asked six different questions, one per presenter. The questions included the following: difference between analytical and persuasive essay, explanation of specialized terms, use of anecdotes, an analytical essay explaining a process, maintaining an objective tone, and the location of the thesis. I had to answer the question asking how one is able to maintain an objective tone in an analytical essay and frankly, I was unable to answer this question to the best of my abilities. I believe

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    The question asks about the author 's purpose for his autobiography and the best answer choice is A because he states that it is "useful and instructive." 2. D. The question asks about the first two sentences and it 's appeal to ethos, pathos, or logos. The writer begins by talking straight to the reader which in a sense appeals to ethos and pathos. He makes himself seem like a credible writer and also complimenting the reader. For this reason, D is the best answer choice. 3. D. The question asks

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    beginning of the essay she talks about an article she once read, “36 Questions That Lead to Love;” the article is written by psychologist, Arthur Aron, that tries to figure out if love can become more intimate by asking questions and staring at one another. Catron explains the experiment as, “A heterosexual man and woman enter a lab through separate doors. They sit face to face and answer a series of increasingly personal questions. Then they stare silently into each other’s eyes for four minutes.’

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    Positive behaviour policy and procedure Supervision of children on outings and visits policy and procedure Safeguarding children and child protection policy and procedure Information sharing policy and procedure Whistle blowing policy and procedure Question: Question 12 Answer: Everyone who works with children and young people has a professional responsibility to report any concerns about colleagues who do not follow the safeguarding procedures. This is known as Whistle blowing-- You need to identify exactly

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    solution. He thinks of the death penalty as “horribly expensive, ineffective, and inefficient” (Ryan). Ryan first starts off with a cause and effect moment then continuous to state the problem and his solution. He uses certain words, statistics, and questions to entreaty the readers in order to make them be understanding towards his explanation. Ryan’s structure first uses the cause and effect format, the cause would be having the death penalty and the effect are the results of having one. He starts

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    In her TED talk “Take the Other to Lunch”, Elizabeth Lesser (2010) offered a challenge to take a person to lunch to gain a perspective of an opposing view. In response to the challenge, I decided to take someone of the opposing side to lunch. However, I found it difficult to decide who to invite. I generally get along with all my friends, family and acquaintances. Deciding to try a different strategy, I thought about people I know that may hold a different view. Once I came across the issue of homelessness

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    responding to their questions with questions, instead of answers. This process encourages divergent thinking rather than convergent. Students are given opportunities to "examine" a common piece of text, whether it is in the form of a novel, poem, art print, or piece of music. After "reading" the common text "like a love letter", open-ended questions are posed. Open-ended questions allow students to think critically,

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    She did seem to have a little trouble understanding some questions that were asked. Therefore, I had to switch my way of communicating those questions for her. 2. Identify communication barriers you encountered during your visits. (Ebersole and Hess Ch. 6, need a reference citation). Some barriers I came to were that some of the questions were difficult for her to answer, or make meaning of. This caused me to explain the question in a different format that she could understand. 3. Identify

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    winter night and it was just mama sister and I. And mama was talking to us about all our hopes and dreams. Mama looked at sister and I and said “what do you want to be when you get older”. Sister looked at me I looked at her and we pondered this question. Then sister said “when I grow up I want to be a social worker because I want to help children find a home that will give them the life they deserve.” Mama looked at her and said “that’s great honey but what will you do different than everyone else

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