She is using personal experience to help relate her situation to her readers, making them more familiar with her topic. 2. By reflecting to her own experience, she is making readers familiar with her topic by sharing her personal experiences on the topic. 3. A- Valedictorians should be kept B- More than one valedictorian should be selected C- Valedictorian system should be banned altogether 4.
Responding is the area of listening that involves giving feedback or answering a question. I tend to give more feedback than is required. I imaging I am my subconsciously trying to control the conversation, but I need to be more aware of the other parties goals of the communication process. For instance, I can talk to my girlfriend about a topic and a few minutes into the conversation she can recall exactly what was said and I cannot. Like an argument about who’s turn it is to do the pamper change.
What I found most challenging about this project is using ethos, pathos, and logos to critically analyze my selected advertisement. I overcame this by doing lots of research on what ethos, pathos, and logos are and reading example essays and papers using them. From composing this project I learned how to correctly compose a text analysis and how to use the rhetorical triangle and disruption to analyze it in-depth. For the revision of this paper for the final portfolio version I am going to go back and correct any grammatical mistakes I and my peer reviewer might have missed. I am also going to add more citations that I forgot to add and try to add information to get an extra page.
This tattoo is known as a sleeve tattoo and is one in which the uniform could not cover completely. Mrs. Baker ordered Natalie to immediately remove the tattoo or she would be fired. Mrs. Baker informed Natalie that tattoos are not part of this establishment that she would lose customers which would untimely cause a loss in revenue. In addition that tattoos are not part of the uniform. The issues in this case did Mrs. Baker provide proof of Natalie’s appearance having a negative effect on the business causing sales and profits to go down?
Part B (270 Words) Principle: Support people in maximising their potential Observation of Sue’s practice with Julie: Sue is only thinking about herself and how much she would enjoy the activities. Observation of Maria’s practice with Lyn: Takes her out shopping where Lyn wants to go and lets her do what she can and never rushes her. Principle: Support people in having a voice and being heard Observation of Sue’s practice with Julie: Julie just has to sit there while Sue decides everything for her. Observation of Maria’s practice with Lyn: Lets Lyn decide what shopping she will get. Principle: Respect people’s beliefs and preferences Observation of Sue’s practice with Julie: Julie does not even get asked her preferences.
Regulatory Issue: Glenwood Gardens Independent Living Facility As an independent living facility of Brookdale Senior Living Inc., Glenwood Gardens enforces a company policy in which the corporate organization holds no liability of an employee getting hurt while performing medical care (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). Instead, protocol for medical emergencies require employees to call 911 and sit with residents of medical necessity until EMS arrives (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). This company policy prevents employees from performing any medical care or lifesaving technique, which increases the risk of fatality. Colleen is the employee at Glenwood Gardens who refused to follow dispatcher (Halvorson) instructions and perform CPR on a resident who collapsed on the facilities dining room floor (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). She calmly remains on the phone waiting for EMS; however, makes no attempt to find anyone else to
Even though he had nose bleeds and looked pale in the end, the pride of the mother over Jerryâ€™s ability to take care of himself prevented her from noticing anything being out of the ordinary. The mother was able to gain trust over Jerry and that helped make her a better mother. By having more trust on her son she was able to let him explore and learn more about himself and things around him. Instead of having him not learn anything in a safe environment which she would not be able to keep him in forever, he was able to learn a lesson about reaching goals in
After she was listed with USIS as having "unauthorized taking of merchandise” on her record, she sued the screening firm. “USIS deleted the negative reference, and Merchants Security changed her file so that it noted merely a company "policy violation" in connection with her use of an employee-discount card.” This is hardly what one would call
Upon meeting with the supervisor, the patient demanded that the medical imaging professional not be allowed to work there because of this drug-related charges and the negative impact it had on her ability to trust his work performance. What should the supervisor do?
Which, since it could be no other way, which was exactly as it should be.” (254). Dolores had realized that whatever the other people did, they did it for themselves and whether they blamed her or not, it did not matter to her. As a result of this exceptional reasoning, Dolores was able to move on in life and leave the accident and the town of Sam Dent behind her. In conclusion, there will always be a time in life where it will be easier to simply believe in whatever is convenient than face the truth. However, the people who do face the truth and logically reason things out are most likely better off than the people that do not.