Our main sessions revolved around the exploration of Mark Ravenhill’s Pool (no water). While we explored the play, we also had to take in to consideration the methods and techniques used by our practitioner, Frantic Assembly in order to incorporate them into our practical work. Frantic Assembly is a contemporary theatre company that specializes in physical theatre with the combination of music and set design. A particular approach that stood out for me was the Marcia takedown exercise that we participated in; proposed by Frantic assembly. The first step was the trust exercise where one partner closes their eyes and lets the other partner place their hand on the back of the other partner and leads them around the room using the slightest pressure. I found this technique interesting because at the end of the session, I ended up trusting and willing to let my other peers to lead me whilst having my eyes closed. As the speed increased, it allowed many more opportunity for contact between other individuals. The other portion of the session mainly focused on a warm up exercise named clear the space. This approach helps participants get to grips with the room that they would be working in. It’s also useful in breaking down physical inhibitions ensuring that the participant do not think too deeply about performing the instructions as they come fairly quickly. The session started out with our teacher asking us to walk around the room with increasing speed. When we were familiar…
Undergraduate Calendar and Graduate Calendar
When courses are offered in 5 week sessions, the courses are designated as being offered in either an A session or a B session. Two consecutive 5 week sessions compose a 10 week quarter. AIU Undergraduate Calendar operates on the A-B session sequence.
Quarter 1 – 2013 Quarter 1 – 2014
Session A Begins Holiday (US) Session A Ends Session B Begins Session B Ends Break Session A Begins Holiday (UK) January 7, 2013 January 21, 2013 February 10, 2013…
1. Main Point #1
1. Elderly abuse and its different forms.
a. Physical Abuse
b. Emotional Abuse
c. Sexual Abuse
e. Financial Exploitation
f. Health care fraud
Transition: Next I want to discuss with you the information gathered for the year 2013.
2. Main Point #2
1. Some of the frightening statistics behind nursing home abuse or neglect
a. 44 percent of nursing home residents have suffered from…
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Summer 1 —2015
ACCT 6201: Financial Reporting & Managerial Decision-Making 2
Main Campus -- 430 DG - Monday 5:20 – 7;20 pm
Faculty: Prof. Christina Williams Office Hours: By appt
Brandeis University Class Meetings: Wednesday 5:20 – 7:2
Waltham, MA 02139 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Text and Case Studies: Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting, 7th edition (McGraw Hill Education CREATE Textbook), 2014…
E-Myth Revisited Report
E-Myth Revisited Report
In this report, I have two main parts from each section, a before part and an after part. The “before” part basically describes my outlook towards business and entrepreneurship before reading The E-Myth Revisited and the “after” portion basically describes the various aspects of my changed thinking and the changed outlook towards business and entrepreneurship after reading the book.
Baking has been my passion and I have acquired some…
4.2 MultiSkills Session Plan
Risk assessment and personal details of the player are complete.
Cones and bibs
To teach them to quickly change direction both on the spot and whilst…
To what extent do technological and digital interfaces connect with our human and emotional experience of the world around us?
The sublime; the sublime is the idea of a feeling that is incomprehensible and leaves you tongue tied and inarticulate, be that good or bad. But in a modern age where knowledge and imagery is instantly accessible and constantly in our faces, can we experience the same sensation that is the sublime?
art in relation to the sublime
art brings to the attention something that…
Outline E&E Ch.1
E&E Ch. 1
I. What is Anthropology?
A. A discipline of infinite curiosity about human beings
1. Term comes from Greek “anthropos” for “man, human” and “logos” for study
2. Anthropologist: a person with an extensive knowledge of anthropology who uses this knowledge in their work, typically to solve problems specific to humanity.
a) They study when, where, and why humans appeared on earth
b) How and why they changed since…
you will be expected to do before we meet in lecture.
Session 1: Tuesday, Jan. 28 Welcome to the course
How we think. How to think better
II. The Strategy of Visualization
Session 2: Thursday, Jan. 30 Thinking with your eyes.
Prepare by class time on Tuesday, Feb. 4: Read The Art of Reasoning, pp. 1-7 and 11-28
Do homework #1 on-line
Session 3: Tuesday, Feb. 4 Visualizing Concept and Propositions
Prepare by class…
The evolutionary theory basically suggests that our main goal in life was to pass on our genes to healthy offspring’s and continue our legacy, and this idea shapes up how gender development is explained using the evolutionary theory.
As our main goal would be to successfully reproduce, the female would be seen and the gatherer who would be responsible for making food, clothes and shelter, as they will spend most of their time being pregnant or taking care of the children. This would the make the…
The syllabus lists some questions for each case. Answer only the bold-faced typed
See the document, “Guidelines for Case Writing”
Mid Term Exam (20%)
The mid-term exam is a closed-book exam that will be held in the first half of session 6.
Company Report (20%)
Your task is to analyze a firm (and the industries and markets in which the firm operates)
of your choice. More specifically, your project should:
Describe and critique the firm’s strategy
Assess how the firm…