Personal Mission/Role Model/Leadership Statement 100 Points In Week 2 you completed the College Student Inventory (CSI) to help you determine what your strengths are as a student and what your obstacles might be. These obstacles may have included your study skills, but you may have also included managing multiple responsibilities and finances as obstacles. The discussion gave you the opportunity to begin thinking about your own Personal Mission/Leadership Statement and your plan for success. In Week 7, your final Personal Mission/Role Model/ Leadership Statement is due. It must include the following sections and will take the place of a formal final exam.
Summer Reading Assignment Name: Suna Cheng Senior English -Brave New World By carefully completing this assignment over the summer, which you need to bring to class on the first day of school, you will be prepared to discuss the story in the fall and to write an in-class essay using your novel as the basis for your response. Key Characters: Name the three (3) most important characters in your novel, describe each character using two (2) adjectives and provide two (2) concrete details (quotations and page numbers) to support your choices. |Name |Adjectives |Concrete Details |Page Number | | |Emotive |“’I say…’ he began; but the sentence ended prematurely in a squeal. The |1. | | | |Savage had seized him by the collar, lifted him clear over the chair and,|Pg.
Time Management Plan Template Student Name: Tara Castro Date: Sept. 9, 2012 Directions: 1. Carefully read the Time Management Plan Guidelines found in Doc Sharing. This provides specific details on how to complete this assignment. 2. Rename this document by clicking “Save As.” Change the file name so it reads Your Last Name Time Management Plan Template.docx.
|Name: Jessica Juden |Date: 9/25/14 | Graded Assignment – LACII Unit 5, Lesson 4 [pic]BEFORE submitting this assignment, you MUST complete the 5.02 Quiz. Planning a Letter to the Editor The questions below will help you plan your letter to the editor. You may have already answered some of them in your Student Guide, so refer to your Student Guide, if you wish. Also, please refer to Lesson 5.04 for help with the Outline. (2 points) 1.
– Parboteeah, K. Praveen: Strategic International Management 2011, International Student Edition ISBN-13: 978-0-538-45296-0, ISBN-10: 0-5384-5296-X 3. Website http://of.euba.sk/SMP (login: student, password: smp 2004) Class will be a combination of lecture, class discussion, small group work, case analysis, student presentations, and guest lectures. Students are expected to read the case studies before class, prepare written assignments and participate in class discussions. Expect cold calling. Students’ participations at the class is mandatory according to the EU Bratislava rules and is the first pre-condition for an exam.
Open Response Essay for “The Lottery” In this unit you will be reading, analyzing, and responding to the short story “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson (Open The Lottery Essay and The Lottery Essay Map). Using the 10-Step Process for Literacy: Writing, you will craft an essay that meets our learning objective. Because this process is heavily detail-oriented, Class Connect sessions are mandatory to ensure comprehension. If you are not able to attend live, make sure you watch the recordings each day. Learning Objective: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.8.1 Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
With myself being left-hand dominant, I plan to teach myself how to write right-handed by the end of this semester; starting in October I plan to exercise the task of writing with my non-dominant hand every day until December, and hope that I can prove whether this could be a theory or just simply a myth; In accordance to find out how the brains two hemispheres react, when I learn an involuntary task, such as writing with my non-dominant hand to become ambidextrous. My case study will be to sit down every day consecutively and write an excerpt from an article, book, or play of some sort; not too long but somewhat lengthy so I can test my memorization skills which I will explain later. I will write the excerpt first with my right hand (my non-dominant hand) and record the length of time it takes to finish writing, the quality of the hand writing, how much of the excerpt I memorized just by writing, and my emotions during the whole process; then repeat the process with my left hand (so I have a consistent component to compare), in the end it I will
Teaching and Learning Resources p.1 tlr.nationalstrategies.dcsf.gov.uk Essay on ‘The Adventure of the Speckled Band’ Assessment focuses: AF2, AF3, AF4, AF7 Context This evidence, written early in the year, comes from a sequence of work in which the class read and discussed several short stories involving mysteries. In small groups, pupils chose a story, researched its author and planned an essay on how the writer created a sense of mystery. They then wrote the essay individually. The teacher provided some questions and prompts to help pupils organise their work. Pupil's work © Crown copyright 2011 Teaching and Learning Resources p.2 tlr.nationalstrategies.dcsf.gov.uk A pupil's answer on: How does Arthur Conan Doyle create a gripping mystery in 'The Adventures of the speckled Band' The pupil has written:'The Adventures of the speckled Band'written by Scottish writer named Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was one of the most popular Sherlock holmes stories ever wrote.
Prepare a project charter for the Green Computing Research Project. Write a 2-3 paper in which you should include the following: Project title and date of authorization Project manager name and contact information A summary schedule Project budget summary Brief description of the project’s objectives Project success criteria Summary of planned approach for managing the project Roles and responsibilities matrix Use at least two (2) quality resources in this assignment Your assignment must: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.
Joe Hartline Professor Reavey College Composition I – MW 1:45-3:00 December 12, 2011 Core Value I: Understand that writing is a multi-stage, recursive and social process. Throughout the semester, I grouped up with people of my class and analyzed another student's essay. This was useful as I my essays got evaluated as well, giving me ideas on how to improve my essay. A student wrote that they wanted to hear more of my voice and to elaborate on my opinions. So the first revision I made on my first essay was incorporating my own opinions.