I know that many times people who say they are my friends will encourage me to do something that could mean trouble later. I can do my own thinking. Letting my friends push me into inappropriate behavior only means that I care more about what others think than I do about myself as an individual and that I do not have control over my own life. I know what the consequences may be and I must be willing to act responsibly. Perhaps I just let like acting up.
Theme for English B In Langston Hughes’s “Theme for English B” he displays the issues of segregation in schools and the thirst for knowledge and success. The struggle that speaker goes through because of the English assignment that was given to him shows a sense of insecurity and uneasiness that he may not necessarily be fully accepted in society. The poem brings forward self-awareness and identity crisis to demonstrate the speaker’s inner conflict of embracing his roots or applying himself to become more like the non-colored young adults in his class. Throughout his struggle the idea of the word truth is more based upon situation rather that validity. Hughes uses many rhetorical devices in this poem to elucidate the questioning the speaker is really doing of himself.
Consider the consequences and imagine the worst possible scenarios. Reflect and see if you need seeking advice from your other colleagues. Their counseling might be helpful, before you eventually choose to go higher up and talk to your boss, but remember, it is your complaint and you need to choose the right person in order to be able to complain effectively. Second, select the appropriate time to complain. See whether your boss, or the supervisor, or the person of your choice is available.
Didacticism is used in this excerpt. The author wants to teach the audience a lesson; Act when you have to, because action is better than inaction. Furthermore, this theme could be used in my life often. If at school, someone is being teased I could react and try to stop it, or I could just walk away, but it is smarter to act right away. I once came across this kind of situation where two of my friends were fighting about something very insignificant.
The formal powers are related to one's position in an organization and can involve coercing, rewarding, or the use of a position of authority (Robbins & Judge, 2009). Coercive power exists due to fear of a negative result if one does not comply (Robbins & Judge, 2009). Maybe they fear that they will be fired if they don't do what the person in power is asking them to do. In an organization, this might affect communication in a major way. Perhaps someone does not agree with the policies the company is putting in place.
The author asserts changing the mindset is important because businesses often operate under the guise of fear; meaning the fear of losing a job, fear of not meeting a deadline, or fear of delivering substandard work. Therefore, by becoming a culture built on positivity, an open and creative environment is fostered (Millan, 2012). Another method for embodying emotional intelligence is to become an expert in building relationships (Millan, 2012). To improve relationships, individuals must recognize the cycle of relationship patterns and dynamics. This recognition will assist individuals in building workplace unification, decrease the struggles for authority, and to resolve conflict (Millan, 2012).
The conclusion of a justification report should show convincingly that the recommendation is justified by the advantages that will be realized. Re: Request for Formal Grievance Hearing Pursuant to LSA Certificate of Coverage Complaint and Grievance Procedure Dear Grievance Committee, I am writing this letter to express my concern over the decision by my health plan, UK-HMO, to deny coverage for the purchase of hearing appliances (hearing aids) for my son. I have had numerous contacts with plan representatives regarding this matter since December 4, 2000. A written appeal was submitted to the plan on December 7, 2000. The appeal was reviewed, and the decision of denial of coverage for hearing aids was upheld in a letter dated December 19, 2000.
How should teachers award and punish their students? Teaching children is a very hard job, not only for parents but also for teachers since some children do not obey their words most the time. In order to let the children be more obedient, parents and teachers may use different kinds of method to encourage or penalize the children. Being a tutorial teacher for a year, I have taught a number of students and also realized some methods are very effective. In case, the student does not obey my instruction, positive punishment, which is the application of an unfavorable stimulus after an undesirable behavior in order to decreases that response, is a very useful method and the result can be shown shortly.
With showing the student the data, some students may feel that they are lacking the confidence level or the digital literacy skill that they may feel out of place. Hence comes the resistance to learn. Since they have the thought that they are dumb in one area that they will not grasp the information as others will. But this is where the instructors are teaching the students how to use their skills they have now and transition them to improving the other
Running Head: History of Art Therapy and Fine Arts History of Art Therapy and Fine Arts Lonna Shelton-Soward Liberty University Abstract In 1942, a British artist by the name of Adrian Hill introduced art therapy to the world of counseling. Hill unlocked the door to a new method of therapy for psychologically disturbed individuals to use with their therapist through a nonverbal form of communication. He used art therapy as his outlet to express his inner most thoughts and emotions in an unspoken manner while in the hospital recovering from tuberculosis. Hill brought to the forefront the various types of therapy used today with patients/clients. In the early 20th century mental health professionals took an interest in the artwork being created by psychologically sick patients.