HTM 101 ASSIGNMENT Introduction of Me

HTM 101 ASSIGNMENT Introduction of Me - HOSPITALITY &...

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PROGRAM HTM 101 – HOSPITALITY FUNDAMENTALS ASSIGNMENT  – Introduction of Me! INTRODUCTION OF ME! Welcome to HTM 101!!   Your first assignment is rather simple.   In writing, introduce yourself to me.   Create a 1-2 page  document that answers ANY of the following questions: 1). Family/Friends 2). Place you grew up in 3). What high school you went to 4). Hobbies / interests / sports 5). Why you took this class 6). What you like or dislike about GVSU 7). Unique qualities about you / nicknames 8). What makes your special or unique 9). What jobs have you held 10). ANYTHING – even if you like MSU or Notre Dame! 11). Favorite drink, food, …. Here’s your one chance to ramble about yourself!  So do it!  Impress me about you – it will help both of us in the long run! LEARNING STYLE INVENTORY Go to the following website:   http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html . Complete the 44-item questionnaire that is presented.  Make sure you put your name in the box as indicated.  When you have  completed the questionnaire, hit submit and a report will generated.  Print out the report and include it as a part of this  assignment. THEN!  As a part of your introduction paper, end the paper with a summary of your learning style in your opinion.  Use the 
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course HTM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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