He offered a lot of help and was willing to make notes on my paper to attempt at helping me make my paper the best it could possibly be. I really appreciate his time and effort and definitely took in to account some of the great and helpful feedback he gave me. Another person I would also like to shortly thank is Professor Miller. She took the time out of her busy schedule to sit down and have a conference with me and go over any questions. It made it easier to figure out exactly what she was looking for in my paper.
What key guidelines, procedures and codes of practice are relevant to your work? (1.1) Guidelines, procedures and codes of practice that relate to my work are very important as they all give me important information on how to do my job safely and well. If I didn’t follow these I could harm myself and also could harm others. The procedures, guidelines and codes of practice relevant to my work are: The Procedures at my work would be Reporting of accidents at work, reporting absence from work. The most important code of practise would be the privacy of personal data as we deal with sensitive data on a day to day basis then followed by great customer service.
I also passed along the passion to read and write. As an adult I used this knowledge to apply my reading to researching and allowing me to attain better jobs and further my career, teaching my child. My career involved working with the Internal Revenue Service and eventually steered me to apply for a job at the Clovis-Carver Library. Attaining the job made reading become a big part of my life again. I was able to become more knowledgeable about the authors and their style of writing.
By providing Aria and her classmates with such useful writing tips, it allowed Aria to use it in her literacy narrative, “The Melting Pot of Writing”; she provided each opinion and or experience with supporting claims or explanations. Good writers always supply the reader with supporting details and reasoning for ones thoughts or actions. As you read the “The Melting Pot of Writing,” you’re able to imagine the experiences, hear the repeating of the letter sounds, and actually visualize the classroom situations as she expressed them in her
Reading is an important part of everyday life. That’s why me and my mom read the book “The Glory Field” and had an interview. We talked about the protagonist of the book, the setting of the book, and the plot. The main conflict me and my mom had was “Should Lizzy had went along with Lem and Joshua?”. The interview was exciting and we mostly had the same views about the story.
Azinaide Vera Cruz ENG110 Steve Bookman September 4th, 2010 What are your experiences in writing classes? For the entirety of my High School life, I had the ability to successfully write an essay. On the whole, I felt that my writing skills was successful due to the fact that, I always wrote about exciting topics and the High School writing techniques were not so demanding. However, when I started college my writing expertise and experiences were not so pleasant. Fear and frustration are the first feelings that pop in my heart when I have to write a paper.
1.2 Explain the purpose of planning work, and being accountable to others for own work Planning work in advance helps to make sure all daily tasks are completed on time and to a high standard. By making a to-do list I can prioratize which tasks are most important. In my job one task in particular takes priority and creates the other jobs that need to be done and are just as important. These other tasks may build up if care is not taken to fit them into a working day. By making a record of what I have done I can show others and use it to be accountable for any work that I have done.
Kathleen Schultz Professor M. Slattery December 21, 2011 IDS/Creative Voice Final Exam: Dream Curator INSPIRATIONS As I sat in front my computer prepared to write a paper called the “Dream Curator” and thinking about all of the art projects that were presented in class, I have to say over all they were very inspiring. The artists themselves were inspiring as well. All in all they all really put fourth a great effort. I chose the theme “Inspirations” because, as the artists stood and talked about their projects I frequently heard the artists say the words“ it inspired me”. I could see that many of the projects were inspired by childhood memories, passions, music, even culture.
in my paper, I will write about my accomplishments, routine writings, and major strengths and how they help develop my writing skills today. All of the accomplished writing I produced came from papers I had to turn in for class. Some of them were research, others opinion, or reviews on books I had to read. The research papers were generally the hardest. These papers took the most effort, time, and reviewing.
Experiences as a Writer Christina Jacks October 10, 2012 Professor Stone My Experience as a Writer: Writing is one of the ways that we interpret our thoughts to other people. Writing isn’t something one is born with; it’s something that actually has to be skilled. I started writing at the age of four; my teachers educated me how to write my name over and over again until I could write it with no blunders. All through elementary school, I was taught to put together words to form sentences and also how to create paragraphs using those sentences. Therefore, during middle school and High school I was able to use what I learned in my previous years to write paragraphs, essays and research papers.