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    Active listening and note-taking strategies, have helped me so far academically when it comes to listening in class, and taking active notes. Active listening in the classroom helps when you are able to depict certain information a teacher says and process the information that is presented. Taking active notes and going back to read them, play a major role academically, so that I can process the information later when I revise it. The steps that show how to actively listen in class, and how to…

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    learned to have the courage to tackle conflicts head on while having empathy for the other person’s feelings, sometimes body language signals can be different than the person’s true emotions, also learning to control my emotions and take constructive criticism without shutting down. I 'm very thankful for learning such useful skills because I 'm heading into the demanding world of business. I didn’t notice how much I avoided conflicts, and my inability to communicate fully until the day we…

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    Service Learning Project A school supply drive is an easy way to have a profound impact on students and their learning experiences, which can make a school be a better place for both students and teachers by a simple act of providing school supplies. In recent years, many schools have been built by private funds and donated to the Cambodia government with hope that public funds would be earmarked to outfit and maintain them. Sadly, such support has not been forthcoming. With government funds to…

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    boarding school since I was 16 years old, and till now, I have never stay at my home for more than a month. My mother tongue language is Malay or Bahasa, while my second language is English. I learnt some Arabic when I was 7 till 12. Right now, I am learning Korean by myself, mainly because I am addicted to Korean Dramas. I like to try new things, and observe people. One part of my life that I love is, I always want to find a…

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    There are some communication skills I still need to improve such as internal listening, active listening, and removing barriers of preconceived notions. These again can’t be achieved by reading and learning. I need to keep in mind that things like barriers in listening and preconceived notions are present in every conversation and work hard to eliminate them. I will also practice my active listening skills in everyday conversation to improve the qualities of interactions I have with people…

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    As the use of technology increases every year, we become at greater risk of technology related accidents annually. Law enforcement has forbidden the use of headphones while driving in many states, however there is still a risk of fatality to those on the streets walking, jogging, bicycling, etcetera while listening to music or talking through their headphones which are often connected to a handheld device such as a cell phone or tablet. All though many pedestrians do not even realize that…

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    important is listening. A coach uses three types of listening skills and they are informal, active in initiative listening. Informal listen it is most common use in coaching and every day conversation. This listening skills focus on facts and information. As the listener, the listener maybe or not be interested in what the person is speaking on. This is why this type of listening seems to be passive. Active listening is where the listener is focused on what is being talked about by showing…

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    Home Fire Alarms

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    Lives are being lost everyday due to the cost of fires with old fire alarms. According to the National Fire Protection Association, almost two-thirds of home fire deaths result from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 's) fire department survey, showed that in 2009-2013 fires in homes with no smoke alarms caused an average of 940 deaths per year (38% of home fire deaths). An additional 510 people per year were fatally…

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    Fire Risk Assessment

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    The prevention of fire hazards in the workplace requires the use of two approaches i.e. fire risk assessment and implementation of best practices towards promoting fire safety in the working environment. The use of these approaches should be accompanied with compliance with legal requirements regarding occupational health and safety. The organization should examine state and federal laws regarding occupational health and safety, particularly fire safety and develop and implement policies and…

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    Salem-Wiseman, 2015, p.113 ). Being an active listener makes the speaker feel that the listener is interested in him/her and he/she feels…

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