Personal responsibility is a duty or task that you are required or expected to do. Personal responsibility is also one that in which you control the consequences of your own actions. To be successful in college a student must take full advantage of their responsibilities to meet the requirements and do the work that is expected to succeed in college. What personal responsibility means to me is the act in which I am considered accountable for the choices that I make. That being said I cannot blame anyone for my bad decisions but myself. While I have personal responsibilities, school work is more important. To effectively achieve personal responsibilities you must hold yourself accountable for what you are trying to accomplish. You must take charge of your actions by practicing discipline and using time management skills. If you can maintain the act in doing this, it can be reflected into your everyday day life, including college success. Psychologist must be personally responsible or they will not succeed in Psychology. First, to be a successful student one must be self-disciplined. Self-discipline is the training and control of oneself and one’s conduct, usually for personal improvement. In being self-disciplined a student can set goals for themselves by making a plan of what it is that they wish to accomplish in college. In college my preliminary plan is to do the work on time and finish prior to when it’s due therefore, I can go back and make changes as needed. Also to do my housework first including cooking dinner, cleaning the house or go to work and lastly, do my homework. I also discipline myself so that I will not procrastinate on my assignments. Furthermore, it is good to have short term and long term goals so your goals are closer in view and easier to reach. College Grade Point Average was significantly, positively related to perceived control of time, and short term time planning, although significantly negatively related to long term planning. (Mpofu et al., 1996) A short term goal for me is something I wish to accomplish in the near future it can be today, this week, next month or even this year. For instance a short term goal I make is to have all my reading assignments completed before proceeding with my written work. I strive to make short term goals that are attainable because they help me in my success in college. In addition to that, not only are short term goals important in my success long term goals are valuable to me as well. Whereas short term goals can be accomplished in the near future long term goals cannot. Long term goals require planning and time. However, they are important in a career. Long term goals help me think more closely on the career and classes I will need in furthering my education. Careers take time and planning, and these plans will include my long term goals. Second, time management skills are valuable in a successful college student. Time-management is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. There are many nontraditional and traditional students going back to college who have other obligations. This may include families and long work hours. The most important thing that students have to remember is to meet there deadlines. One thing that works for me is I make a to-do list and put the toughest task at the beginning and work my way to the end. Also to submit assignments in a timely manner and also stick to the plan that was discussed earlier these things will help any
After successfully completing this course, a student should be able to
Engage in a recursive process of invention, drafting, revision, editing, and proofreading.
Engage further in a reflective process of evaluating his or her own drafts and those of others.
Define purpose and audience for each writing task.
Adopt appropriate voice, tone, and level of formality to the audience and purpose.
Compose an implicit or implied thesis.
Formulate an argument or explanation directed…
assessment score, completion of English 0310 or English 0349, and successful completion of remedial reading courses, if required.
“A course devoted to improving the student's writing and critical thinking. Writing essays for a variety of purposes from personal to academic, including the introduction of argumentation, critical analysis, and the use of sources. Core Curriculum course” (HCC Catalog).
English 1301 is part of the Core Curriculum and, as such, emphasizes all…
writing is a flexible, recursive process
• Apply this understanding and recognition to produce successive drafts of increasing quality
Throughout the second writing course, students should build upon these foundational outcomes from the first course:
• Work with others to improve their own and others’ texts
• Balance the advantages of relying on others with taking responsibility for their own work
5. Knowledge of Conventions
Throughout the second writing course, students should…
Personal Responsibility Essay
Not everyone wins the lottery, thus, we all must make some sort of effort to achieve the necessities in life, and perhaps a bit extra if possible. Taking personal responsibility is a major player when it comes to driving that effort. By breaking down the definition of personal responsibility to a sum of parts will help allow us to understand requirements in behavior and ethics which will lead to self discovery and success even…
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English Composition I is a three-credit, general education course that gives students the opportunity for extensive practice in critical reading and thinking, and academic essay writing. This course emphasizes the writing process and concentrates on the organization and development of ideas in written form. Correct language usage, research skills, and document presentation are covered. Particular attention is given to writing…
Professor Tammy Finch
November 26, 2010
This essay is intended to self-reflect on my writing. Writing the essay will help me point out my strengths, weaknesses, and give my personal opinion as to where I am in my writing. Also, I will have examined a peers essay and point out what I have noticed that they have done with their essay.
The pre-writing/invention process I used for this essay was brainstorming…
Demonstrate knowledge of individual and collaborative research processes.
Develop ideas and synthesize primary and secondary sources within focused academic arguments, including one or more research-based essays.
Analyze, interpret, and evaluate a variety of texts for the ethical and logical uses of evidence.
Write in a style that clearly communicates meaning, builds credibility, and inspires belief or action.
Apply the conventions of style manuals…
Instructor: Kevin Lyon
Assignment: Final Portfolio
PURPOSE: As we prepare for the closing of the quarter, you are given the opportunity to again reflect on the work you have done and to recognize any goals you have yet to achieve in your writing. Additionally, you are expected to revise the work you have done over the quarter to reflect the ideas and developments we have covered for the quarter. Because the portfolio should be cumulative for all of the work you did this…
leadership” may be considered a paradox. Describe this paradox in the context of leadership.
week 2 dq 1
Review the "Core Values" media piece located within the topic materials. Select your basic 9 values that will provide the foundation for your "Personal Model of Leadership: First Level." Was it hard to narrow your selection to only 9 values? Why are these 9 values important to you?
Research an organization that has been identified as having senior leaders and/or trustees that behaved…
of both a written assignment and presentation
Completion of all components of the final assessment
Please note that students do not need to obtain a particular score in their final assessment to proceed to their University degree providing that they successfully complete the programme. However, to satisfy UKVI visa regulations, students must also gain a minimum of 55 (IELTS 5.5) in each of the four parts of the final assessment.
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