Websites are really easy to use and contain a variety of information, such as pictures, tables and diagrams/graphs. Websites can be really inviting, they can be colourful, this is better than a website looking really dull and boring as nobody would want to read the information there. Books are a suitable resource too as they are reliable. Books are reliable as they have to be checked by a number of agents before they get published therefore there won't be anything made up in there. Books are also a good resource as they include case studies and real life situations.
Each member freely expressed their opinions on the presentation, whether we liked another members’ input or not, respectfully, constructively and without alienating the other members. Suggestions were put forward requesting other’s opinions regarding any changes that were necessary. There were no major problems with communication, my team members have put their opinions forward, and at no time was there any real tension between group members. Although there were some time lags due to personal commitments and illness, everyone participated in the Wiki discussion board. Instead of having a clear “leader” for the group, we all put forward suggestions and worked towards our common goal.
(LSI Human Synergistic www.humansynergistic.com) I really enjoyed taking the LSI questionnaire. I believe it has given me a much better understanding of my personality in regards to my management potential and individual characteristics. With that being said, the following is my interpretation of my LSI survey. The above illustration shows my different styles. Interpretation Personal Thinking Styles My powers are with the CONSTRUCTIVE Styles with (11, 12, 1, &2 o`clock Positions) reflects selfenhancing thinking and behavior that contribute to one level of satisfaction, ability to develop healthy relationships and work effectively with people and proficiency at accomplishing tasks.
Using these steps properly and fully develops the basic idea the writer is trying to communicate to the reader. The next important element is unity. Unity provides focus for the reader. It is the presence of a sentence that clearly identifies the main idea and provides details. This is very easy to achieve provided the steps to obtaining development are followed correctly.
This research hopefully will provide us some of the most valuable information about the phenomenon of lisp within USSH and its effects. - The conditions: + I’m a student of USSH so I have an almost-full knowledge about my place. The relationships between me and other students are also an effective supporting factors. + The studied subjects of this topic are the students of USSH, so I’ll have easy access to them. The researching is also not difficult to conduct because I’m familiar with it.
Ezra stressed that marriages to pagan was deeply offensive. He taught that in order to establish and build the Jewish identity, Jew should only marry within their community (Niswonger, 1988). Niswonger states that Ezra was not only a scribe, but “a teacher well versed in the Law of Moses (1988, p.55). Ezra stresses the importance of the oral traditions of the Synagogues. The lecture teaches us that Ezra was an instrumental in the acceptance of the Torah, the Jewish bible as their cannon (Price, 2008).
All these branches have many similarities and differences. In this essay I will be discussing the similarities and differences between Orthodox Judaisim and Reform Judaism. Othodox Judaism contains jews who believe that God gave Moses the Torah which included 613 commandments. People who follow Othodox Judaism follow the strict laws and ethics writeen in the Gaonim, Rishonim, and Achoronim. There are many beliefs in Orthodox Judaim such as the main belief that the Torah included written law and also Oral Torah, which was given to Moses from God and can in no way be altered.
It was easy to teach, it fitted the overriding style of teaching with which they were familiar, it helped students strengthen their memory and it was used across many generations. (Ryan, 1997, p. 29-33) The question and answer format catechism was fairly easy to teach as usually it was the source of their own religious instruction. Also, as it was simply ‘questions and answers’ it did not require any further explanation. Everything that needed to be learnt was printed on the page. Teachers were not required to be ‘skilled instructors’ and the method of teaching was rather obvious and uncomplicated.
The authors let us in on their life experiences and struggles. I feel that we are lucky to have these at our disposal, to analyze and work with. Literature is filled with information and ideas. Literature not only can provide one with knowledge, but can be a source of enjoyment or escape.
The student really loved the chapter on “Beyond Skill” (Peterson 2007). Essentially counselors are people helpers, and it is important to have the characteristics mentioned in the book: empathy, genuineness and warmth (Peterson 2007). As counselors, it important that we display these characteristics to show the client that we are concerned about them. The bible says that with love and kindness have I drawn thee. As Christian counselors, clients have to feel that we are sincere, and are genuinely concerned about their well-being.