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The Old Testament and Principlism - Introduction The Old Testament law is seen as irrelevant by most modern Christians today. Christians are now under the blood of Jesus Christ which is said to abrogate the Law. Galatians 6:2 says, “Bear one another's burdens, and thereby fulfill the law of Christ.” The law of Christ is to love God and your neighbor as yourself. This does not mean, however, that the Old Testament Law does not apply to Christians today. Author J. Daniel Hays expounds on this topic in his article, “Applying the Old Testament Law Today,” and focuses on the hermeneutical approach of Principlism....   [tags: Bible, Reflection, Application] 893 words
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Defining the Concept of Self - Who am I. There are many of us walking around trying to figure out who we are and what we stand for. Self-reflection can be conveyed in many different ways, using many different adjectives to describe the person we are. There are some who will give an honest description of one’s self and then there is some who become delusional with the perception they want others to see. Most people on social sites create a profile which can be so far from whom they really are, it is usually a perception of who they want to be....   [tags: self-reflection, self-esteem]
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Discovering Initial Workplace Applications - Discovering Initial Workplace Applications The ability to reflect, grants one the opportunity to engage within an interpersonal evaluation utilized for the purposes of assessing where the individual is presently and determining where they need to be. Without the disciplined practice of reflection the demise of an individual’s personal growth and development is inevitable. Therefore, reflection serves less of a noncompulsory approach towards the progressive mobility of oneself occupationally, but rather the dire necessity of which assists in facilitating the developmental maturation of one’s life holistically....   [tags: teaching, education, reflection]
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5 Things to Look for in a Freelance Writing Opportunity - 5 Things to Look for in a Freelance Writing Opportunity When I first started writing online, I didn’t know what to look for in a freelance writing opportunity. To be honest, I barely read the Terms of Service, FAQ, or other pertinent details of any content mill where I applied as a writer. I just jumped into the unknown, headfirst, without knowing what exactly to look for in a freelance writing opportunity. Of course, I wish it were possible to turn back time and nullify past mistakes, as well as put into operation what I’ve since learned....   [tags: Reflection] 928 words
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Examining the Western Culture's View of the Elderly - I spent roughly thirty hours volunteering at Martin Luther Campus, during which I got to take a part in many experiences that were alien to me. Through participant observations, I was able to interview residents and draw out information that I would otherwise be unable to get if I used a “fly on the wall” approach. There were many things I witnessed, and experienced first hand, that made me very uncomfortable. Whether they were “bad” or “good is irrelevant, as I found that the things that made me the most uncomfortable tended to be the most relevant to this class....   [tags: Reflection ] 1636 words
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The Most Influential Person in My Life - I’ve been influenced by many people in my life; unfortunately, most of them have not been good influences. However, since I became a Christian, having positive, influential people in my life is normal. Moreover, there is one person, in particular, other than Jesus, who has influenced my life tremendously and continues to do so; his name is Issac Detiz. I have learned a great deal from him and his work, and my life has never been better. Furthermore, Issac Deitz is a major influence in my life several reasons....   [tags: Reflection] 624 words
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Lessons Learned on Becoming a Better Person - The authors of the essays we read this semester, all had the same idea of becoming a better person. All of them wanted us to stand up for ourselves and take control of our lives. Four essays stood out to me this semester that I believe really bring this idea to life. “What Really Scares Us” tell us how to take control of our life with numbers and facts. “Aria” tell us how to become a more competent person with making sacrifices. “Shooting an Elephant” tells us to stand for ourselves by telling a story of a man being forced by others....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Literacy Instruction Data Collection Tool - ... Fully Evidenced Somewhat Evidenced Not Fully Evidenced Not Observed Comment(s): A. Time is spent on reading, writing, and speaking. B. Text is at the instructional level of all students. C. Discussion and investigation of text is conducted by all students. D. The text is well-written and richly illustrated. 3. Questions and tasks are derived from and specific to the text taught. Fully Evidenced Somewhat Evidenced Not Fully Evidenced Not Observed Comment(s): A. The concepts, themes, ideas, and details are addressed in questions and tasks derived from the text. B....   [tags: instructional planning, modification, reflection]
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SUNY Cortland Education Program Candidate Expectations - The Conceptual Framework created for the SUNY Cortland teacher candidates is important for many reasons. It was important for the campus to create a “College-wide shared vision for teacher education” (CF 3) as they prepared for their NCATE accreditation. The college wanted to make sure that the framework formed a true representation of their program goals, identity, and beliefs. This conceptual framework is important for the individual candidate because it is used to guide, and provide “a sound foundation for assessment”(CF 7)....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Enquiry Based Learning Process Assessment - During the Enquiry based learning process, I have gained invaluable lessons on how to source relevant information on a chosen topic in a time effective manner. As I have been out school for ten years, I have found this paper to be particularly beneficial. I am finding tertiary learning overwhelming and struggle to keep up with my younger peers. They seem to already have a fair idea about academic formal processes and expectations, and I am still learning. However this paper has given me the tools and methods to gain some confidence in my academic writing....   [tags: Reflection] 899 words
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How My Theory Has Changed - v. ___ a two or three page paper describing how the Associate Supervisor’s thinking has evolved in relation to the approved supervisory theories. Attach the original preface of those papers In this paper I will briefly present several enhancements to my supervisory theory as it has evolved over the last several years. Learning continues to be fun for me. I will share what I’ve been learning related to my theory of supervision through my experience and study. Process theology continues to be the anchor for my theological understanding....   [tags: Reflection] 1538 words
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A New View on Writing - For centuries, views of the world and its inhabitants have been expressed through various ways of art or philosophy. These views can often be related to the seeking of truth to the creation of life, politics, or the problems of the world from before, now, and after. Accordingly, it is by paintings, books, or music, that words or images have an abundant effect on people. Society indicates that knowledge is power, so then why are we sometimes burdened with the errors of generations before. The quote, “writing in English is the most ingenious torture ever devised for sins committed in previous lives....   [tags: Reflection] 1434 words
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The Case for the Grade - I put a great deal of effort into my diagnostic essay The Case for the Grade. I had some anxiety about writing it, as this was my first essay for my first online class. However, I studied the Rubric and the subject essay thoroughly. I followed the prompt explicitly. The prompt states, “Your job is to read the course rubric (under ‘course content’) together with the piece below. Once you’ve done this, you will write a two-to-three page essay which argues what letter grade the work below should receive”(Westrope)....   [tags: Reflection ]
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My Visit to the DIA - I chose the DIA to visit and right about, it was the hottest day of the year, July 21st if there is one complaint I have is that their isn’t enough close parking for the DIA. Driving around John R I thought perhaps I could park at the Detroit Science Center, but it was patrolled by hot scary look security guards. Next option was to drive down to the VA and walk down, with that heat the idea was nixed. I eventually found a spot off Woodward to park, and thus my adventure began. As we entered in I was awe struck by the fountains they looked so cool and refreshing....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Reflective Practice in Nursing - Reflective processes help us to see the world in alternative ways by enabling us to focus on different aspects of our experiences. Reflective processes are the stages of thoughtful activity that we need to go through when we consciously decide to explore an experience or to reflect upon it. There are many ways in which we can reflect upon something, but before we look at one or two formal structures, we need to look at the basic ideas behind using a structure for reflection. There are basically six fundamental stages of reflective processes and these are: Stage 1: selecting a critical incident to reflect upon....   [tags: Reflection Upon An Incident] 1262 words
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Personal Reflection of Gender, Race, and Sexual Orientation Development During my College Years - Introduction This refection paper focus on my own experiences related to gender, race, and sexual orientation development during my college years. My reflection will be grounded on three theories: Josselson’s theory of women id development, Ferdman and Gallegos Latino/Latina identity development, and Worthington et al.’s model of heterosexual identity development. These theories offered me a unique opportunity to reflect and develop my own understanding of my gender identity, race identity, and my sexual orientation identity....   [tags: identity, latino, heterosexual ] 2498 words
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The Beauty of Language - Your heart cannot be simply defined as an anatomical organ. Although it functions to pump blood throughout the body, the true essence of the heart is much deeper than science. The true essence of the heart lies somewhere within the limitless realm of art; submersed in the passion that runs through your veins, it fiends desperately to be admired. My heart is filled with a love for writing. Besides writing to complete tasks and assignments, I write to unveil the beauty of language. This beauty, created simply with words, meaning, and punctuation, is one that is uniquely crafted by its author....   [tags: Personal Reflection Essay] 2188 words
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What Is Servant Leadership? - Final Reflection Servant Leadership means to serve others and to lead. It puts everyone else first teaching to put others before yourself, with this leading qualities emerge. Just being or having leadership qualities doesn’t always work. Most leadership models show possessive towards the better for themselves, some work out while others don’t, mostly I think because the unwillingness to see others before yourself is a hard concept for some to understand and use. You can be a great leader but if you don’t understand servant qualities or serve for the benefit of others your probley not much liked....   [tags: final personal reflection] 695 words
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Knowledge Rather than Correct Opinion: Analyzing the Nature of Augustine’s Confession and Reflection - In his book Confessions, Saint Augustine writes about his conversion from a Manichee to a Christian. He confesses to God and asserts that God is “incorruptible and inviolable and unchangeable” (Augustine 111). Based on his deep faith in God, Augustine abandons the concept of Manichee dualism and believes in God as “not only [the] good but the supreme good” (114). At first he has no idea what the nature of evil is, but finally he starts to understand that the nature of evil is not a substance at all, but rather “a perversity of will twisted away from the highest substance [– God]” (Augustine 124-126)....   [tags: Christianity, Truth]
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Destined to Be Read - Destined to Be Read After I had graduated from a technical high school as an Electronic Technician, I decided to continue in the same field. I entered college to pursue an Electronic Engineering degree. When I started college, I was looking forward to taking philosophy because I had read some of my brother’s homework. My professor recommended that we read two books: More Plato and Less Prozac and Sophie's World. I chose to read the first one because I did not have the time to read both since I was taking a lot of credits that semester....   [tags: Reflection] 910 words
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The Phenomenon of Perception - The Phenomenon of Perception It’s impossible to decipher how other people view your image. It’s a hypothesis, an educated guess. Projected images can sometimes be misunderstood, viewed as negative, self-serving transparencies. In my experience a large segment of the population attempts to portray a false image of someone they are not, but someone they would like to emulate. Without a solid relationship with someone, it can be difficult to decide if their image is real or delusional. I have been conscious of self image since my youth....   [tags: Reflection] 890 words
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The Road to Success - Success is an event that accomplishes its intended purpose. Success can and does mean different things to different people. Most people agree that accomplishing the goals that they set for themselves is success. Mary’s idea of success is getting a good education, in a profession that interests her, and eventually landing a job in that profession. Mary started on her road to success by doing the best she could do while she was in high school. While her friends were out at parties and at the mall shopping, she stayed home and studied....   [tags: Reflection] 653 words
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Personal Value Philosophy Paper - The past twenty five years have been brutal in regards to public opinion polls and the attention given to our public officials and their ethical standards. “Several have expressed the belief that our leaders are, at best, self-interested or, at worst, corrupt, thereby contributing to the problem. In addressing the public’s concern, some officials have attempted to explain this “unfortunate situation” by attributing it to a general decline in personal ethics, the inevitable result of increased power and luxury....   [tags: Reflection ]
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Looking Inward - John-Raphael Straude defines autobiography as, “a dialogue of the self with itself in the present about the past for the sake of self-understanding” (Staude 249). Although autobiography may acquire many functions, its aid in understanding oneself is an important one. In particular, autobiography and narrative promote understanding of people’s lives, the world, and improve their sense of connectedness with the world around them. One of the many important purposes that autobiography serves is to help the authors get to know themselves, and to help them better understand their lives....   [tags: Self-Reflection]
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Reflection on the Integration of Technology in the Classroom - ... The use of students as knowledge brokers can have several benefits. First, they can save teachers valuable time which can be spent meeting the many other demands of the teaching profession. Secondly, empowering students as knowledge brokers does just that: it empowers students, making them more involved and more engaged in their learning. Lastly, using knowledge brokers also helps move teachers from the traditional role of ‘sage on the stage’ to the role of ‘guide on the side’, working and learning alongside their students....   [tags: digital learners, teachers, applications]
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The War on Terror: A Reflection on 9/11 - "Those who would trade some of their personal freedoms in for security will neither receive, nor deserve neither." Benjamin Franklin. On the morning of Sept, 11 2001 people in american cities were starting their days like any other. People were going to work, kids were going to school, and Sept 11th was shaping up to be like Sep 10th, and like the days before it. New York city was no different; and as the inhabitants bustled about in the streets, going about their daily lives, oblivious to the tragedy that would befall them, New Yorkers sitting in the top offices of the world trade center towers also had no idea what was about to happen....   [tags: government, security, terrorism] 1581 words
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Reflection on Professional Growth as a Educator - I’m struck by how far I’ve progressed professionally over the past seven years. I’m grateful to the students, parents, colleagues, professors, my professional learning network, authors, consultants and administrators who’ve contributed towards my development, thus making me a more effective educator. I look forward to continuing my professional growth, as I endeavor to prepare students successfully for the 21st Century challenges they’re certain to encounter. Learning & Professional Knowledge Through formal coursework (nine graduate credits) and numerous workshops, conferences, network meetings, etc., I have consistently added to my professional knowledge and learning....   [tags: Professional Progress, Career] 1488 words
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Analysis of a Hindu Reflection and Research - One of the best ways to gain an understanding of a religion is to immerse yourself into it. Through the interfaith visit, I was able to gain a glimpse of what it is like to immerse myself into another religion. For my interfaith visit, I was able to go to the Hindu Temple and Cultural Center of Kansas City. Going into this trip, I really had no idea what to expect or what it was going to be like. The first impression I had from the outside of the building is that it was really nice and well designed....   [tags: religion, hindu temple, hinduism]
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Reflection on Home on the Range Class - ... Now that it has been used for that, it would be very difficult to revert it back to wild land with wild animals. Another, idea was to have more buffalo than cattle. Buffalo graze the land more evenly and, because they are less domesticated, they are leaner meat. When first hearing about this, I was definitely all for it. As I started thinking about it more, however, I decided that having as many buffalo as cattle would just cause the buffalo to become just as domesticated as the cattle. This would mean that they would probably end up overgrazing the land just as cattle do today....   [tags: history, class, buffalo, learn] 1165 words
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Critical Reading Reflection on the Alchemist - The Alchemist is a story about a shepherd from Spain named Santiago whose parents have him attending a seminary to become priest and while he was there was taught to read. Santiago could be considered an educated person and achieve a much higher status than Shepard. Instead, he chose to become a Shepard since they travelled around the country side while grazing their flocks of sheep. Santiago’s father did not object to the traveling sheep herder idea and gave him his blessing and inheritance early so he can buy sheep....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Literary Parallels]
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Success and Happiness: A Personal Reflection - Happiness, what is it, and why do we strive to achieve it so persistently. Happiness in some points of view is portrayed as the state that is derived from self-awareness of a benefiting action or moment taking place. What of the moments that are not beneficial. Can a person still find moments of happiness and success in discord, a little glimmer of light shining from the deep recesses of our own consciousness. Plucking it from a mere moment, achieved from money, or is it so much more, happiness is the precipice that all strive to gain to better perceive their success....   [tags: states of mind]
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A Reflection of My Teaching Philosphy - ... Students need to be educated, not only because they may be called upon to make important decisions that affect their societies, but because through their education they may be able to keep their government from becoming corrupt. Thomas Jefferson stated in his Notes of the State of Virginia that: “Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves therefore are its only safe depositories.” Therefore, with an education, people are more likely to call upon their government if they see it turning against the will of the people....   [tags: the purpose of education] 861 words
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Reflection of Values and What Matters - Everyone is different, and with different people come different values. We all can’t come to one understanding of what should be an “important” value to everyone because we cannot see eye to eye one what we should value. There are many variables that create the difference between everyone’s values, whether it’s their past, future, morals, family, cultural, or life lessons. Being a young adult, I believe I’ve managed to find what I value in my life at this point where my life has brought me. I’ve come to appreciate things that I cannot hold on to....   [tags: time, respect, relationship, things] 940 words
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Nursing Reflection as a Student Nurse - The following essay is a reflective account on an event that I, a student nurse encountered whilst on my second clinical placement in my first year of study. The event took place in a Fountain Nursing Home in Granite City. I have chosen to give thought to the event described in this essay as I feel that it highlights the need for nurses to have effective communication skills especially when treating patients that are suffering with a mental illness. Upon arriving to the Nursing home for the second time on Thursday November 14,2013; assigned the same patient as before....   [tags: patient, mental, medical, inspection ] 631 words
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A Reflection about Eve and Adam - A significant issue put forward in this contention is a re-examination of the significance of the name Adam, (“Adham” in Hebrew). Although some use “Adham” as a correct name for the male creation of God, Dr. Trible informs us that the phrase “Adham” can be utilised as a generic term for humankind – “adham is an androgynous term; one creature incorporating two sexes.” Secondly, the scribe points out that the creation of woman was a divine proceed rather than a demand by Adam. She extracts Genesis 2:18, in which God concludes that Adam needs a “helper fit for him.” The focus being on the phrase “helper” (“ezer” in Hebrew)....   [tags: god creation, adam, eve, genesis] 529 words
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Reflection on a Restaurant's Health Inspection - Prerequisites include where appropriate: ◦. Cleaning and Sanitation General; Everything which come into contact with food, the environment in which food is (stored, handled, prepared, served and consumed), the whole internal and external environment shall be cleaned and where necessary sanitized regularly to prevent the possible contamination of food. Chemicals which are used shall be following the manufacturer’s instructions. (Yes) Separate cleaning equipment shall be provided for use in toilets, public areas and external areas....   [tags: sanitation, contamination, storage] 1116 words
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Reflection on Changes in Vitals Signs - 1. Did you notice any changes in the vital signs assessed with different body positions. Explain your results. Yes. We noticed that our respiratory rate, pulse, and blood pressure changed when sitting, standing, and being in supine position. When looking at the three different positions, there was not a big difference when measuring my respiratory rate. My respiratory from lowest to highest is in the order of supine (11 BPM), standing (12 BPM), and lastly sitting (14 BPM). When looking at my pulse, there was quite a difference in the measurement....   [tags: pulse, exercise, heart]
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Defining Family and a Personal Reflection - In this discussion, I will be explaining how I define family. I will also include my immediate and extended family. I will also describe what family means to me, how mine differs from other families in my neighborhood, and also how they are similar. I will also describe my family’s ethnicity and how it may affect any of my family’s health. To me, family is a group of people that are brought together by blood, adoption, or marriage. I also believe that people do not have to be blood-related to be considered a family....   [tags: traditions, religion, ethnicity]
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Reflection of Reading and Decoding Video - The topics of the first video clip were reading and decoding. This man talked about how many students in first grade are confused with reversals, such as: b, p, d and q. I remember when I was in elementary school, I would always mess up my bs and ds when I was writing, and I still find myself messing them up sometimes when I am reading off or listening to my students read off the answers when I am tutoring at Huntington. He talks about how before we enter school, we have learned that spatial orientation does not change an object, and he demonstrates this concept by positioning a watch in different ways, but in the end it is still a watch....   [tags: letters, comprehension, perception] 767 words
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Reflection on Personal Goal for School - ... If I start doing assignments when they are assigned it will help me with time management and figuring out when I can do my assignments. This will help me in my future because I cannot wait until the last minute to write a lesson plan, I need to plan and do lesson plans ahead of time. By working on not procrastinating now, I am helping myself prepare for the future when I have to plan lessons a couple weeks in advance. I plan on starting the assignment the day it is due and then finishing it at least two days before so that way it will be done a day ahead of time and I will not be stressing out the night before trying to get the assignment done....   [tags: procrastination, orginization, stress] 581 words
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Reflection on The Dakota Sun Dance - ... I learned that this is still practiced by many Native Americans today. In addition to the Sun Dance, there is always one person who runs the entire Sun Dance ceremony. This would be the Priest of the tribe. The Priest would give orders to tribesmen that gathered items for building a tepee, and those who went to look for a tree for the ceremony. The tree played an important role in the Sun Dance ceremony; it would be the center pole of the lodge. When the chosen members of the tribe found the tree that would fit the need of the center pole there was a qualified person that would come and cut the tree down....   [tags: tribal, ceremony, buffalo] 658 words
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Reflection on my Experience at Yti - ... Third term was way different for me. That term was 'my term' I believe, first off we did not have that instructor anymore. We were asked to put a project together for victimology which I loved. Thanks to that I saw myself doing something productive using my accent. Third term was one of the best terms for me. I was able to stay out of the class drama and I started to see my grades stay high while everyone's else were dropping. I don't think i was smarter than them, I just went home and studied....   [tags: school, term, teacher] 561 words
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Reflecton on my Intrapersonal Effectiveness in an Organizational Setting - ... I can be short-tempered and irritable, which is the opposite of an agreeable person (McShane, Olekalns, & Travaglione, 2013). That being said, I am also ‘cooperative, trustful, compliant and affable’, which according to Barrick, Mount, & Judge (2001) are the key characteristics of an agreeable person. If I am to become a successful PR executive in the future, I will need to develop my openness to experience and take control of my emotional stability in order to improve my overall intrapersonal effectiveness....   [tags: personality traits, emotional stability]
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The Life of Pi Reflection - The Life of Pi by Yann Martel was a fascinating and exciting narrative that described the journey of a young boys life starting with the formation of his beliefs moving all the way through an adventure that changed his life forever. I found it extremely engaging on both a philosophical level and a psychological level as I saw Pi, a young boy, curious about life, discover both religion and go through an extremely traumatic experience. I found Pi's devotion to God to be an uplifting example that many people throughout the world should see....   [tags: Literature Review] 1083 words
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Self Reflection and Personality Traits - Personality is the expression of a person’s traits according to ones feelings, mentality and behavior. It involves understanding individuals’ traits such as withdrawal and willpower and how various parts of an individual link together to form personality. Personality expresses itself from within an individual and is comparatively regular throughout in an individual’s life. Different people have different personalities dependent on factors such as environment and genetic composition. Our personality is dependent on the success or failure of our development in the eight stages of life....   [tags: Personal Assessment]
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Reflection of Modern East Asia - From covering Japan’s perilous imperial rule to analyzing Korea’s ambivalent adoption of democratic governance, Modern East Asia explored a broad range of subjects important for one who aspires to understand Asia holistically. Much time was even spent examining China’s horrid history at the hands of foreign meddling, giving insight into a nation feared as the future #1 economic power of the world. Although we covered a broad range of topics, each was given particular attention, never skipping major events or characters which shaped Asia’s history over the last several hundred years....   [tags: Asian Studies]
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Reflection on the First Amendment - “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or the press, or the right of peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for the redress of grievances” (United States Constitution). In 1789 the anti-federalist main concern was that the Constitution’s lack of adequate guarantees for civil liberties. To provide such guarantees, the First Amendment along with the other nine Amendments known as the Bill of Rights were submitted to the states for ratification on September 25, 1789 and adopted on December 15, 1791....   [tags: US Government]
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Reflection On Coaching and Mentoring - My ethical and moral views, beliefs, attitudes and values have been fashioned by an up bringing that centred on Christian beliefs. Even though religion was not forced upon me as a child, my mother raised us all with a strong sense of right and wrong. Along with the influence of my family, the Navy has had a big influence on the person I am. The Navy has a strong ethos of what is expected of the personnel that serve; this is made up of the following: Leadership, High Professional Standards, and Courage in Adversity, Determination, Loyalty, Mutual Respect, Discipline, A Sense of Humour, Teamwork, and A Can Do Attitude....   [tags: My Ethical and Moral Views] 2117 words
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Capacity and Consent: Paramedic Reflection - Description My colleague and I received an emergency call to reports of a female on the ground. Once on scene an intoxicated male stated that his wife is under investigation for “passing out episodes”. She was lying supine on the kitchen floor and did not respond to A.V.P.U. I measured and inserted a nasopharyngeal airway which was initially accepted by my patient. She then regained consciousness and stated, “Oh it’s happened again has it?” I removed the airway and asked my colleague to complete base line observations and ECG which were all within the normal range....   [tags: Standard of Care, Mental Health]
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Personal Reflection on Illegal Immigrants - Immigration reform is one of the most pressing issues confronting U.S. Legislators. Do you know why illegal immigrants come to America or any other country. Why is this matter illegal. Some say they leave their home country for a better life and work while others may say for religious reasons or just to get away. Some come for more opportunities and education and a better way of life. What is really the incentive for this. Do you agree or disagree with the law that an illegal immigrant must be demoted back to their country of origin....   [tags: Legal Status, Social Issues]
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The Crook Crew: Personal Reflection - ... I will scratch the surface of what my family system entails, however like most modern families there is so much deviation in day to day life it is difficult to find one or even two basic underlying themes to describe. The first thing I will discuss is an unwritten family rule and how that rule impacted my decision making throughout my development. When comparing family rules it is often easy to stamp a label upon relationships and parenting styles as a certain type but as most developmentalist would agree the family system is so diverse it is difficult to say one family is this and only this parenting style....   [tags: my family rules and integration] 946 words
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Reflection on Arts in Performance - The experience I will take away from Arts In Performance, is built on the wealth of new things I tried because of the course. Before the class I had never really listened to the Blues, or even heard of Buddy guy. Now I can say I am a fan. I have seen more performance this year in the last nineteen years of my life combined. There were great and not so great moments, but I don’t regret going to any of the shows. I was surprised by the things I liked, I never expected to like the Blues. The Blues is the type of music my dad listens to and his music doesn’t always sit well in my ears....   [tags: blues, music, shows, energy, experience] 734 words
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Reflection of John Brahms Cancert - Johannes Brahms himself directed the debut of his Variations on a Theme by Haydn with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in Bavaria in 1873, making our experience of attending a performance by the same ensemble in Carnegie Hall more than 140 years later all the more special. The program directed by Latvian Andris Nelsons also included, besides the aforesaid work, Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No.90 in C Minor, Johannes Brahm’s Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op.90 and Johann Strauss’s waltz Seid Umschlungen, Millionen (“Be Embraced, You Millions”) –which was actually dedicated to Brahms- as a surprise encore....   [tags: director, symphony, music]
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Reflection of a Jazz Concert - Attending for the first time at a jazz concert was a great experience; it was performed at the Wolfson Campus. The instruments that took part of it were the drums, piano, saxophone and bass. The piano was the one that mostly called my attention, the pianist was Lynne Arriale, even though at first she had troubles adjusting the amplifier, the melody and rhythm of it was perfect, it made me want to follow the rhythm during the whole concert. The swing and syncopation, improvisation, bent notes and modes helped to keep a great rhythm during the whole performance....   [tags: music, rhythm, instrument ] 574 words
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Reflection on Mask Unit - The second unit in the drama course at Jarvis is all about masks, how to make them and how to act in them. This unit is probably one of the most enjoyable units of drama because it combines hands on activities with drama. Masks are a very important piece of art in many plays and live shows. Using masks during a show enables the actor to become more than one character, and enhances their ability to act by letting them experience different personalities. Masks in the theatre are also used to express and reinforce the character and the story, create a distance between the actor on stage and the character of the story....   [tags: Drama] 1090 words
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