Most people think taking classes that is unrelated to their professional path is a waste of their school and also time. Most people just want to take the classes that protain to their major. And most people don't like waiting until its their time to graduate. But in my case I think Liberal Arts Education is worthwhile. First, the reason why I say its worthwhile because taking classes that doesn't deal with your major is sometimes good because you can learn new things and maybe in the long run you may need the certain things that Liberal Arts Education offer. Futhermore, its always good to learn new things and using it in the near future. Secondly, you may need to teach your children about the things that happened in the past and some things that's going to happen in the future because as children they are going to be students in classrooms trying to learn certain things. And as I stated before it's always good to learn new things. In Liberal Arts students observe the strengths and capabilities, as well as, limitations of each study. And it also allows the students to find connections between diverse fields or study, to explore them, and to discover new theories, thoughts, and inventions. Thirdly, my parents took classes that they didn't need and still managed to graduate. They took classes that they didn't want to take and till this day it is benefical to them and as well as myself. Liberal Arts Education is valuable because it prepares students for life by
Prof. Price - Eng. 1100C
1 The father and stepdaughter‘s conflict begins when they met in Madame Pace’s shop, the daughter work as a prostitute there and one day the father arrives and Madame Pace set them up, he starts to seduce her until the mother’s interruption. The father had an argument with the director over realism of the actors compared to the characters themselves because the director stop them from acting and let the actors imitate them. The son reveals that…
In this day and age, technology can be viewed in multiple ways. We are in a century of rapid growth as compared to the previous generations. Some claim that technology has educational benefits. However, others believe that it is just a product and that it creates more problems than it diminishes. Although technology allows children to connect with other people easily, it’s negatives still outweigh it’s positive in the domain of school. Before adapting completely to this new world of technology…
1. Boron into Brothels.
The scene of Puja dancing on the bus has a lot of meaning in the viewers of the films eyes. After watching the beginning of the film and seeing their lifestyle of where they live and how they are treated, no wonder they are dancing. The dancing to them is them being happy, the scene really focuses on their faces showing the truthfully happiness. They are happy to be away from their home for just a small amount of time. The beach is something…
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Name: Shawn Hodgins
Student Number: JM1409261
Directions: Answer the questions below. Use full sentences when applicable.
Give two examples of each of the following elements of fiction and nonfiction from the texts you’ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3.
Story of fiction: The Giant’s House
Story of Non-fiction: “Desiderata
Fiction: James, narrator, and Astoria
Non-fiction: Elizabeth McCracken
Fiction: In a Library on different days to find a book that…
The English Language to most people is how to communicate from day to day with others. People who speak the English Language wonder “how did this all start and who started it all?” The English language is arguably the most influential in the modern world. English grew in both popularity and diversity, but also changed dramatically. As stated in the video, the status of English as an international language appears unassailable. English will continue to evolve in times to come. We have no idea how…
recognize the fundamental grammatical rules of ASL;
recognize etiquette when using ASL with Deaf people;
increase ASL comprehension (receptive) skills;
increase ASL production (expressive) skills;
differentiate between ASL and spoken English
apply appropriate meaning of ASL signs in different contexts;
demonstrate correct facial grammar (non-manual behaviors) with ASL signs;
demonstrate understanding of various aspects of Deaf Culture through the content of language learning materials;…
Spring 2013 – Midterm 1 Exam
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6A:002 Managerial Accounting
Midterm 1 Exam
1. This exam contains 40 questions. Each question is worth 5 points. There are 200 total points on the exam.
2. Show your work. We may look for carry-through errors or check to see how you arrived at your answer.
Show your work clearly…
under the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Procedures (see www.mcgill.ca/integrity
for more information).
COURSE RELATED INFORMATION
5 Assignments (the best 4 of them will be
1 Case Study Reports
COURSE DESCRIPTION AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Operations management (OM) involves design, planning, establishment, control, operation and
improvement of the activities/processes that create…
practice sheets and homework sheets), available online (http://www.csulb.edu/~txie/101/) or through the course Beachboard. Students should print the handouts and bring them to class.
Recommended Learning Tools:
• Concise English-Chinese/Chinese-English Dictionary. The Commercial Press & Oxford
University Press, 1986.
•Pinyin Master, by Professor Sanpao Li and Jeff Winters, available in LAB 306 (Language
Course Title | Introduction to MacroeconomicsSpring 2013 |
CourseProvider | Faan Louw | TeachingLanguage | English |
Level of Students | Grade 1 | Course Duration | 48 hours |
Code | UY122 | Credits | 3 | Category | Economics |
Objective & Overview of the Course | This course sets the foundation of learners’ understanding of the principles of macroeconomics, and the role that it plays in economic life as a whole. As such, it describes the vital concepts of macroeconomics. Specifically…