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    Journal Entry #5 – Skills Profiler Report Not being able to finish all the assessments on the same day because of lack of time I decided to do the following next to assignments on the following day I had learning the frameworks again. On October the fourth in between classes I started the skills profiler report. The third test had a scrolling aspect which was different from the previous two test. The test was simple since the assessment wanted me to self-score myself on where I was from basic…

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    Key Aspects in Giving a Valuable Presentation Olivia Lyons Suryanka Thapa Clark University Author Note This paper was prepared for Course MGMT 170-02-F16 Managerial Management taught by Professor Cheryl Amantea Introduction The key aspects in presenting a valuable and successful presentation are outlined in this paper. These students discuss the key aspects in delivering the presentation, speaker notes, nonverbal aspects, voice quality and practice. Additionally,…

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    The presentation and credibility of an online website goes a long way on showing whether or not it is reliable for information. There are many different criteria to look for in a reliable website including appearance, organization, and credibility. The website I evaluated for my topic of choice was WashingtonPost.com. The website provides instant news and information of various topics from all over the world in an organized, user-friendly fashion. After browsing the website, I was able to…

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    Reflective Statement Yesterday we have to do our group presentation about critical analysis of three articles and comparing them. And this is my reflection on it. Our group consists of five women; Myself, Zamaraath (leader), Mariam, Ruya, Anjum and one man; Aswadh. In the first meeting we made up a timeline on which dates to meet to discuss about the presentation. In the following meeting we started looking for related articles and assigned each member an article. We were to critically analyze…

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    speaking has subsided. Furthermore, it created this outgoing personality where I am able to approach and make conversations with strangers, something I was afraid of doing when I was much younger. The areas that I was chosen as a leader (e.g. group presentations and team leaders at work), I exerted more of an achievement-oriented leader most of the time. However, looking back I realized that, a more participative or supportive leadership role would have fostered a better working environment.…

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    Reflective account of presentation I have chosen "Is protectionism desirable?" as my topic of presentation as I learnt Economics in the high school and I am very familiar with this topic. In my presentation, I talked about the pros and cons of protectionism and tried to convince the audience that protectionism can be desirable in the short term but harmful in the long term. As for preparation, I had referred to related topics in my previous Economics text book to make sure I do not…

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    In my first speech for the semester, my group and I presented our brief-presentation on the drug, Salvia. After an analysis of the way I presented my portion of the speech, I was able to examine my nonverbal behaviors, which impacted my performance in this speech. There are seven aspects that I closely examined in my brief-presentation analysis. First, I focused on my eye contact. Throughout the entire speech, I maintained eye contact with every side of the audience. It was primarily focused…

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    The process of constructing an explanation for the poster and presentation helped me understand the grammatical concept we selected, which was Possessive nouns. Overall if you know how to explain how something works, you are more likely to understand the concept easier and faster. Coming up with an explanation for the poster helped us remember the form, the rules, and the concepts of how possessive nouns work. During the process of figuring out what we were going to say and do, we were able to…

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    How do you feel about people sitting or kneeling during the national anthem? Just so you understand what I am talking about, this all started when Colin Kapernick took a knee during the presentation of the national anthem. His reason behind his actions was that he felt no need to support a country who oppresses African Americans and other minorities. As Americans it is our duty to respect our country and those who fight for it. It is a dishonor for anyone to enjoy the freedom as an American, but…

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    Mrs. Hester’s presentation on mindfulness to me was a very intelligent well thought out presentation, because she knew what she was doing and obviously had practice with it before she presented her techniques and skills to us. This presentation was very calming and to me calm is bad. I hate being calm and the idea of being still literally kills my anxiety. I enjoyed the presentation altogether because she had a certain energy that seemed like it was radiating from her. Mrs. Hester was very…

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