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I have not always been an A student, but this particular topic interests me, and I think that I should be able to shine if I study hard and am open to learning from you, my teacher, and also my peers, who may be more knowledgeable about me in this certain subject.
My strengths in technical writing are that I am someone who has a lot of thoughts swirling around in my brain, so it shouldn’t be too hard for me to jot them down on paper. Part of being such a good writer is to always be open to critique, and I am sure that this is one area that I can excel in. On the other hand though, my attention to detail is perhaps not as great as it should be. I think the reason for this is that I think faster than I can write, and thus the words are coming out of my brain much faster than I can write them out. I am aware of this and realize that I need to slow it down and properly construe the thought patterns that may be in my head.
In terms of organization, I am a pretty well-organized person because I set deadlines for whenever I have to complete something by. Part of this process is breaking down the task into smaller more manageable “chunks” so that the task does not seem so daunting at first. My mind is naturally inclined to think critically about whatever I am writing about (Is this the only way? What if my way is wrong? Is there a better option?). I ask myself all these questions because I always want to strive for the very best that I have to offer. If I can refine my work just marginally, it may end up strengthening my argument.
My grammar skills are quite acceptable to most people’s standards. I always take great pride in the quality of my work, and this also means the way it is presented too. Once I have completed a work, I go back over it and check for not only any blatant errors, but also for places where the copy can be improved or tweaked to make it more concise. I would
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[Student’s Name] [Instructor’s Name] [Course name and code] 3 February, 2011. Consequence of living up to others’ expectations: Introduction: The story “The Lottery” by “Shirley Jackson” talks about some of the most fundamental evils of mankind that include but are not limited to hypocrisy, double faced ness and acting in the social circle.
As far as language course design is concerned, it is often the case that some curriculum content is defined, but no aims, objectives and learning outcomes are defined, or they are only defined a little if at all. Furthermore, even if some aims, objectives and learning outcomes are defined, they are not always grounded in an analysis of students’ needs.
It is essential for every teacher to set realistic goals, setting unrealistic goals is hardly good enough and will lead to frustration and disappointment. This paper will shed light upon different goals set by me; these goals are short term (3 months) medium term (6 months) and long term (12 months).
These standards in education comprise of the requirements and responsibilities of both the teacher and student in each of the subject they do in every grade. In California, the State Board of Education sets these education standards, covering kindergarten up to the high school level.
Though, definition of success varies from individual to individual, depending upon a range of factors like ambition in life or the circumstances under which the individual has been brought up. In my opinion long term success means recognition as a dedicated individual to the cause and an expert in the field of my choice.
A goal of communication encompasses all of these different senses of communication. A well-structured goal addresses the actual exchange of information, the act of exchanging this information, and the message itself. A holistic approach to developing my skills as a
A goal is not the same as a want. For example, a person might want a nicer car than the one he can currently afford to own, but its not really one of his goals”. In the history, every great personality had some goal