Reflection and Action Plan
After I talked with Ben, I have some common about how to succeed in the LEAF. I
failed L5 once, and this term has finished half time. I am trying to fix some problems I
did in last term, and I found make a reflection that really
Duties of the Executive Committee
Ensuring that ISAB meets its objectives and members carry out their duties as
they are assigned;
Overseeing the operations;
Calling and chairing meetings;
Directing and guiding decision-making process.
OL 109 Review
1)Why you communicate
- Isolation is so painful, it is used as a punishment in penal system.
E.G. Bob Kull (Spiritual and emotional darkness)
W. Carl Jackson (I found life without people had no meaning.)
Terry Anderson (I would ra
OL 109 2nd Midterm Review
Chapter 5 Language: barrier and bridge
Language is symbolic
- Misunderstandings remind us that meanings come from people, not words.
- Word stand for things, events, etc.
- Connection between words and what they represent is arbi
Chapter 07 Listening
- Theres more to listening than nodding your head and gazing politely. (
- Listening easily qualifies as the most important kind of communication. We
spend time listening than in any other type of communication, including writing,
MB109 Public Speaking
Strong leader doesnt mean a strong public speaker! There are many strong
leader use someone else speak for them.
Communicate with group of people (Large or small)
Awaken Your Passion!
We communicate with people who have high comforta
EC 140 Introduction to Macroeconomics
January 13, 2016
Do all of your work on this paper. Show all of your calculations.
1. If the Consumer Price Index changes from 120 in year one to 132 in year two, what is the rate
1. What makes someone an effective leader?
2. TED talk- how great leaders inspire action (Simon Sinek)
A. Why the great leader is the great leader? Apple
Why (little few know why they do)-how (few know how they do)-what
(everyone know the
MB109 Customer service
1. Is the customer always right?
-Yesbecause what u doing as a service is what they need
-No Ex. sometime pple will complaint; the
Key point of service is providing around consumer.
We have to believe consumer always right
1 - 5:
6 - 10: D C B B A
11 - 15: A D A E B
16 - 20: D B A D B
21 - 25: C C B C C
26 - 30: E C D B A
31 - 35: E C E E D
36 - 38: E C D
1 - 5:
6 - 10: C D D B A
11 - 15: E C C A E
16 - 20: B D C A C
Read intro pg. 1-8
identify the historical, political, revolutionary, and cultural features of human
describe how human rights are inherently political
describe the scope and the aims of analysis of human rights, including
This review sheet should help focus your studying for the multiple choice exam. You will
need to look up definitions for the listed concepts. Go through each point like a check list
and you will be fine.
Note that the exam does cover the whole semester. H
HR 100 October 9, 2014
11 minute documentary hiring people with disabilities
Economic and Social Rights II
CASE STUDY: Disabilities
Human Rights and Disabilities
"Equality is a right guaranteed to all Canadian citizens. The values inherent in the concept
Institutionalizing accountability and making/promoting programs of gender
Negative vs. positive rights
- Frame different rights according to what the state would be required to do in
order for the r
HR100BR1 TEST 2 Review Sheet
1. Review content from last Test Review Sheet: Introduction to Universalism and
2. Civil and Political Rights I CASE STUDY: National Security and State Repression
Define civil and political rights
are a cl
HR100BR2 FINAL EXAM REVIEW
Final exam will be multiple choice. About 60% of the exam will focus on new material, 40% will
consist of review, i.e. questions that appeared on test 1 and test 2. Good Luck!
8. Promoting Human Rights from the Top Down
1.identify the historical, political, revolutionary, and cultural features of human
historical middle of twentieth century. Western Europe
political Roman law, Hobbes, Locke / HR make fundamentally political claim; that one
is entitled to e
HR 100 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Rights
NOTE NEW Course: HR375 Sexual Minorities and Human Rights
Sexual orientation discrimination and international law (10 minutes)
presentation by Christine Wildman, LBGTQ rights in Ghana (30minutes)
Stacy Cantrell is a yarn bomb curator. She has 4 different universities lives.
She was studied at Central Missouri State University study arts in 1995. In
1997-1999, she was studying computer information systems at the same
school. During 2006 t
HR 100 Test 1 Review Sheet
1. What are Human Rights?
Define human rights
The rights one has because one is human.
What makes us human?
As a person. All personsall human beingshave basic rights simply because they exist as humans.
What do we mean by univer