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    How often do you use them? Social Media Which social media do you use for your communication? When do you use these social media? Objectives I can interpret basic personal information presented in a social media profile I can ask and answer simple questions about basic personal information Cornerstone #1– My Interview In this project, you will be preparing to interview for a study abroad program. The final product has three parts: Creating a profile, Writing an application essay Participating in an interview Step 1 To have a good interview, you have to know what the interviewer is looking for We will now enter the mind of…

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    what did you say your name was again? What kind of questions are they, and how long would it take?” I reiterated that my name was Jiaya Upchurch-Robinson, and informed him that the questions would not take to long. He asked if I could call back in fifteen minutes, and to ask to speak with Isaiah King. I gave him about a half hour until I called back, and once someone answered I asked for an employee by the name of Isaiah King. Luckily he was the person to answer the phone, so we got straight to…

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    Seven Characteristic Traits of a High Impact Hire 1. GRIT Start-up organisations are not only nebulous, but at the same time are fast-paced too. In such a new place of work, it is not uncommon for new joinees/hires to be the first ones to hold recently created job roles exclusive of comprehensible mandates. These new hires should be able to figure out how to carry out his roles and responsibilities in an efficient manner, keeping in mind the organisation’s goals while going at a fast pace.…

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    Durish motivated the students during her second period lesson by being engaging with them. They did a food label worksheet and frequently asked them questions to keep them interested in the material. She used an upbeat tone of voice which helped to transfer her motivated aura onto the students. In her third and fourth periods, Mrs. Durish had to try a lot harder to keep her students motivated as they were in no way interested in learning. She frequently had to talk louder and in a more…

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    It was a cloudy day. I decided to go to Cameron library to do my math worksheet and my Economics 101 homework. A few hours ago, my interviewee sent a message to ask me where I was, so I told him that I was on the second floor at the Cameron library. After twenty five minutes, I saw him walking towards me. He was wearing a grey hoodie and jeans and held a blueberry muffin and a cup of coffee. He looked very tired and busy. I stood up and stretched out my hand with a big smile, my interviewee…

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    to either wait 20 seconds or answer with in 7 seconds. The deliberate choice would be to pick from the small bowl because it gave a higher chance, but the intuitive choice would be to grab from the bigger bowl because it contains more colored beans (2016). The results of this study show a few things. For the jellybean experiment with time pressure 33.8% of participants chose the bigger bowl (2016). For moral judgment significant effects from the time pressure experiment were only found in…

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    discomfort. On the other hand, she did make me feel like I was being heard, she never once broke her eye contact with me and somewhat expanded on the questions she originally asked; Also she made it quite easy for me…

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    In this course we have read the works of several Philosophers, Thoreau, Plato, Huxley, and Frankl. Each had their own style and views of life. The class is asked to choose two Philosophers that agree on an idea that is most important to us. That idea for me is living the best life a person can. So my two Philosophers are Plato/Socrates and Frankl. The second question; what is “doing philosophy is all about”, the third question is why the philosophers we have read think philosophy is…

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    such as communication styles, they have varying answers to the same question, and have different relationships with their peers and family. Language is a form of communication based on a system of symbols. Language can be spoken, written, or signed. Vocabulary increased drastically from childhood to adolescence. At the age of six, which is Lauren’s age, the average child knows about 14,000 words. Once a child reaches adolescence, that number increased drastically.…

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    A. This form does cover the majority of a client’s life. The one question that seems to be missing is a question about what brought them in today, and why are they choosing to deal with it now. As we have learned, motivation is an important factor that needs to be both considered and addressed (Hepworth, Rooney, Rooney, & Strom-Gottfried, 2016). The form did ask what they wanted to get out of their therapy session, but that is half of the needed information. Knowing all of this information…

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