Personal Response on Sexuality Identity Jill Snow PSY/265 Monica Mauri 7-24-11 The value system that I can relate the most to would be the rationalism approach on things. I am the kind of person that would stop and take a step back look at the pros and cons and judge the situation before I would make my decision. When I was younger I used to be a very impulsive individual when I would make my decisions, I would just do whatever it was and not think of any consequences that came with my choice
Personal Response My journey through reading the novel “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” brought on many different emotions. I felt myself feeling angry, frustrated, and even happy. Most of my anger was contributed towards Christopher’s dad and his inability to be a successful parent. I was very frustrated throughout the book because it was very confusing and difficult to concentrate. I did however feel happy finishing this novel because it was very empowering and made me smile
Informal Personal Response - The Sun Flower Mr. Simon Wiesenthal has lived through one of the most horrific and dangerous events in our recent history. He is a Jewish believer, during World War II lived in an area of Europe that was conquered by Germany. Because he was a Jew he was forced to live in a ghetto and then sent to a work camp where he faced the possibility of death every day. During his time of working in a camp in his hometown the most extraordinary opportunity presented itself to
through tribulations. Mrs. Mallard has a bizarre way of revealing her martial problems that are inherent in the institution of all marriages. Each reader’s judgement of Mrs. Mallard and her behavior towards her husbands death stems off to her own personal problems with her husband about there marriage and the influences of the social expectations. Reader’s different views on past, marriages and genders allow each reader to react differently to Chopin’s portrayal of the Mallards’ marriage and Mrs.
Summary and Personal Response English Composition Introduction Jessica Hemauer wrote a autobiographical essay titled, “Farm Girl.” She wrote about her life growing up on her parents farm. She had to work long hours milking and feeding the cows, while her friends were able to play sports, watch tv, or do whatever they wanted to. Growing up on her parents farm taught her to be responsible and mature for her age. Main Points Jessica and her siblings each had their own
anytime they wanted, and not mention it was completely legal. it was a normal everday thing back then. Nowadays, anyone who has an ongoing addiction and anyone who smokes look like, and are treated like outsiders. Inconclusion, this entire personal response lays out a good idea and layout of what this book should in prediction look like, and be like. Thus summerizes my predictions for this book.
SUMMARY AND PERSONAL RESPONSE 1 Summary and Personal Response Revised Version Professor Charlotte Walker English Composition SUMMARY AND PERSONAL RESPONSE 2 Introduction Jessica Hemauer wrote an autobiographical essay titled, “Farm Girl.” about her life growing up on her parent’s farm. She wrote She had to work long hours milking and feeding the cows, while her friends were able to play sports, watch TV, or do whatever they wanted to. Growing up on her parent’s farm taught
Personal Music Response “Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” - Plato. Music is one of the most important things in life. It is one of the most powerful art in the universe. It can save life and also can destroy life. There is no one who do not love music. Like others I have also a favorite music. One of the my favorite music is Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor. It is
Personal Response Background The aim of paper 2 is to assess the student’s ability to communicate accurately in writing for a variety of purposes. It requires the student to demonstrate his or her productive skills. HL paper 2 is divided into two sections. Section A (250–400 words): Based on the options—customs and traditions, cultural diversity, health, leisure, science and technology Section B (150–250 words): Based on the core—social relationships, communication and media, global
Summary and Personal Response Robbie A Johnson Gabriel Smith ENG115 07/10/15 In her essay “Se Habla Español” Barrientos expresses her struggle to learn the Spanish language, despite being pure Guatemalan by birth. Barrientos (2011) She came to the United States with her family at the age of three and stopped speaking, reading, and writing Spanish immediately. (Barrientos) They were expected to “... drop their cultural baggage at the border and erase any lingering ethnic traits”. At an early