However gradually throughout Act 2 Preistley does present Mrs Birling's character to mirror this original description and the audience/ readers are reassured that their original impressions of Mrs Birling's character were right all along. During Act 2 Preistley presents the character Mrs Birling through her use of language and tone, her reactions towards her daughter Sheila, and her harsh veiwpoint of Eva Smith. All of these factors that Preistley has used to present Mrs Birling's character combine and reach a climax at the end of her interrogation by the Inspector in Act 2 resulting in her true character being revealed to the audience. At the begginning of Act 2 when Mrs Birling greets the Inspector with what I have described as a warm welcome she is merely maintainig a cool and superficial exterior for the Inspector so that
Joanna: Alright! Sheesh! See you later Linda, sanitize that thumb girl! *laughs* Conversation Analysis The moment I decided to record my conversation was in a very much unexpected time for my participants. I figured it was perfect, because everyone would continue to be themselves.
Dr. Carlson used Adler’s individual psychology during his session by asking the client about her and how was everything in her life was. He also reviewed the information that he had from the survey that she had filled. He then started asking questions about her family and he asked open-ended questions, the client was very helpful because she liked to talk and gave very detailed and complete answers, so that also helped with the continuity and the effectiveness of the session. Dr. Carlson used the listening and communications skills described by Nystul and Waldo in that he corroborated what she said to be clear that he was understanding what she was saying, also he let her talk until she finished her response and gave some encouragements. Some of the things that could be improved would be to give more feedback to go more in depth into some of the topics that the client was talking about that appeared as if they needed counseling, but I also understand that this was the first session and they has time constrains.
Overall, the whole performance had a gentle feel to it. Another major part of the performance that I found remarkable and memorable was the ''story telling'' feel that was presented. Alana Bridgewater, singer and narrator, communicated everything as if it was a story about Africville, this was evident throughout the whole concert. This also made the concert more entertaining because it helped the audience create a picture of what the music is about and it created an image for the audience as they were listening to the band. The introduction that Alana read and performed before each song told a story along with the actual song, this made a perfect representation of what Joe wanted the audience to see from the experience.
Children feel valued because they are getting involved within the activities in the classroom. Children are confident because they have spoken to the class already and know that people are going to listen and not laugh. Staff know more about the children because at parents evening for example they will know a lot more about them from the parents because they can have a one to one chat with them. Diversity is celebrated which helps to reduce discrimination because the early years practitioner will get everyone involved within the activity and will not leave anyone out of
Omar Abdullah Dr. PHP July 18, 2012 Com 120 Learning Experience in Com 120 Taking this Com 120 class with Dr. Harkins-Pierre is a great learning and progressive experience. This class really strengthened my weaknesses and enabled me to explore my public speaking ability. The many different speeches given in class were a real positive influence. This class also broadened my horizon in my public speaking skills. The impromptu speeches I believe had a more effective and stronger impact in my experience .
Describe the effective parts of the training. One of the most effective parts of the training was the hands on portion, this was done with a qualified instructor from ADP the trainer knew what she was talking about and was able to show us the ins and outs of the new system being put in, because the trainer was knowledgeable she was able to answer all the question about the system that we had. Hand on training “Hands-On Training can reduce training time by 76% over traditional on-the-job training” (Noakes, 2014). The Audio visual training was also very helpful, the handouts were very detailed and allowed us to go back and look at the handouts if we got confused as the training went on. The handouts also became very helpful after the class, we were able to use the handouts once we started the using the new system.
Building rapport within a counselling session is valuable. I felt satisfied with the rapport I had built with Kylai throughout the session and felt I achieved this through actively listening. Throughout the session I tried the mirror Kylai through verbal and non verbal cues. This was accomplished by matching Kylai with the speed in which she spoke, the tone of Kylai’s voice, her body posture, and use of minimal responses . This process was utilized to indicate to Kylai that the session would move at her pace, and demonstrate to Kylai she had my full
It helped me realize that even the smallest things can make a huge difference in society. I am the type of person that is willing to listen to anything that others say and I know how to lead a group as a whole. When I work in a group with others, I devise methods of enjoyment and effectiveness while attempting to agree to ideas from others to encourage them to participate in an affective matter. Speaking of character when with others, I have always shown respect to teachers and kindness to the students around me. I have never refused a request for help in mathematics which is one of my favorite subjects.
I also, learned through my fellow students answers. The module was well presented and I could see the how the layout was very user friendly. The assignments were clear and well put out, and the TA for our group was very efficient. Sometimes studying through distance learning gets very lonely, it was very refreshing being able to converse with other students. 2 Charlene Christine Govender 2.