Proposed 3 questions to ask: “..what the discourse is about, why is it needed, and what it should accomplish.” (106). Asking what the discourse is about (fact & definition) is diving into what the central problem or issue is it can take a broad scope, and lead to the individual issues. Why is the discourse needed? (cause & value) what prompted the discourse in the first place? is now the right time for delivery of the discourse?
- A two step form of reasoning which has two premises and a conclusion 2. Why do people use syllogisms? - To facilitate an argument through logical reasoning 3. How do people create syllogisms? - By forming the three elements of syllogisms; the major premises, minor premises, and the conclusion 4.
1. Give the author’s “more formal” definition of thinking. What page(s) in the text did you find the answer on? Thinking is any mental activity that helps formulate or solve a problem, make a decision, or fulfill a desire to understand. It is a searching for answers, a reaching for meaning.
At this stage lots of questions should be asked. Stage 3 is abstract conceptualisation where you make sense of what has happened and where you interpret and understand the relationships between the events. Here you need to compare what you have done, reflect on it and what you already know. Finally you have active experimentation where you examine how you are going to put your experience and what you have learnt into practice. This allows your new knowledge/experience to develop yourself and others personally and professionally.
3. Give at least 3 ideas about the distinctively visual (themes) that you will discuss in the essay. Body 1. Topic sentence responding to the question -in relation to the distinctively visual idea or theme in ‘Run Lola Run’ you are discussing in the paragraph. 2.
Now that you have researched information most relevant to your topic and identified the issue, what is the next step? The next step is to categorize your researched information according to the following elements of a Toulmin argument: data/grounds, claim, warrants, qualifiers, rebuttals, and backing statements. Refer here to understand more about these
Using three different appropriate interview techniques, identify each technique as you work towards appropriate interventions with the client. To do this you will need to develop a brief dialogue. Remember to consider any ethical and cultural issues. Note these at the end of your dialogue. Me: Romeo, what would you like to focus on today?
The following essay is a reflective account of a given role play scenario. I will use Boud (1985 as shown in appendix one) as a reflective framework to help structure this account. Boud (1994) states that we undergo three stages of reflection before we commit to actions or outcomes. These stages are: - o First stage– Return to experience: 'going back through our experience of collaboration drawing out what we considered to be significant' (Boud et al 1994, p73) o Second stage – Attending to feelings: 'working with any feelings that had come out of it that might help or hinder reflection' (Boud et al 1994, p73) o Third Stage – Re-evaluation: 'Going on to reappraise in the light of what had arisen' (Boud et al 1994, p73). I aim to define the role of my chosen individual (MHW), examine the communication styles I used and the reasons for using this style of communication.
Provide an argument either in support of Singer’s position, against his position, or somewhere in the middle of his position. Remember that when you present your own positions you need to support those positions with as much logical reasoning and factual evidence as possible. The paper must be at least three pages in length, formatted according to APA style, and include a title and a reference page (which does not count towards the page length). Support your point with examples from the text and at least two sources, which can be found in the Ashford Online Library. For information regarding APA samples and tutorials, visit the Ashford Writing Center, within the Learning Resources tab on the left navigation