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    and self-examining the things that I really enjoy. In addition, some of Marywood’s values cross with my values. As I uphold values such as respect, empowerment, and excellence, it will help me achieve my goals. First, respect is a value of mine because it relates to how I treat people, and I expect others to treat me with it too. The definition of respect by Marywood University is,…

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    I believe that AT&T should mandate a diversity policy because it will be able to make sure that there is respect between employees, employers and even coworkers. I believe that they should mandate a diversity policy because it means that the employees, employers and coworkers would respect one another nonmatter their religious views, gender, sexual orientation, race and color. I believe that even though Albert Buonanno an AT&T employee believes that his religious beliefs keep him from signing…

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    did was his own business. If he wanted to come out, he would. If he wanted to stay inside his own house he had the right to stay inside free from the attentions of inquisitive children” (Lee 49). This implies the concept that Atticus greatly values respect to everyone and everything; he will treat everyone with the same amount of importance, regardless of life choices, social class, race, or personality. He wants Jem and Scout to show their utmost reverence to people as well, so they can grow up…

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    life to treat others with respect. I was taught that respecting others is an aspect you need in life and not just an option. Not only do you feel good when you do it, you get respected in return. As a Christian, I believe that respecting others beliefs…

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    good character and stands up for what he believes in, he is a natural born leader and cares . He lacks dishonesty, cowardness , and self pity . Making him a good , character filled , coach. Being dishonest is a real thing but does not describe him Respect can be earned in a long time, can be lost in a second , and regained…

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    For example, a speech therapist would use a range of methods to support the child using their specialist knowledge. Therefore, if they feel this is working well, they would then report to the child’s teacher who should respect their ideas, and use them to support the child in the classroom. “Gaining support and advice from specialist professionals are important and should be valued, as this could support the child further.” Classroom activities could be adapted to allow…

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    with students (Cushman, 2003). Fairness in the eyes of the students requires the teacher to do two things: explain at the beginning of class what is expected, and prove to the students that they will be treated with consideration (Cushman, 2003). Respect requires the teacher to take themselves, their work, and the classroom seriously (Cushman, 2003). When students trust a teacher it means they are trusting that the information they are being taught is correct and valuable, it also means they…

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    that I didn’t know about soccer, but the two things that they taught me and that I would never forget is respect and teamwork. On this team my sister and I were seen as the leaders because we were the oldest, it’s hard to be taken seriously or people see you as the oldest if you weren’t respected, but those girls showed my sister and I tons of respect and I was so grateful. With all the respect I formed a greater bond with all the girls which made me see them as another family to me, they made…

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    coach him. Squeaky shows respect for someone she has disliked for a most of the story in this quote,“We stand there with this big smile of respect between us. It’s about as real a smile as girls can do for each other, considering we don’t practice real smiling every day, you know, cause maybe we too busy being flowers or fairies or strawberries instead of something honest and worthy of respect...you know...like being people.”(page 39, lines 389- 396) This quote relates to respect because it…

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    As mentioned earlier, communication occurs primarily through social media with the use of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as in person and occasionally email. Due to the positive teamwork environment, Elisabeth, with the help of her fellow officers, provide a place where members have “room in which to learn and grow, and the individuals give the organization their best thinking” (Prentice, 2013, p. 26). Communication is certainly a must and Elisabeth learns how to adapt her way of…

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