Des Moines Area Community College
It is not outside of the norm for an individual to be upset about something from time to
time. Afterall, people get ups
I am not ready to be a parent right now, but I guess I will be ready in the future.
I'm not ready now because I don't feel comfortable having any children right now considering the fact
that i'm in college and I have other responsibilities of
Unit 2 Exam
This is a general guideline for topics that may be on the exam. It is NOT an exhaustive
list of ALL items that may be on the exam! I recommend completing the chapter tests in
Mypsychlab as a way to study. These are NOT grade
PSY 241 A
September 18, 2015
I chose to discuss anxiety. Anxiety is common emotion characterized by physical
symptoms, future oriented thoughts, and escaped or avoidance of behaviors. It can occur when
I would have to say that the type of coping that I use is emotion focused. And to
expand, I would say that I very proactive too. I cant stand it when I dont feel good and
will look for any solution to change that. It has
Death and Dealing with Bereavement
I decided to ask my father if he would be willing to do this. He is 75 years old.
Or as he puts it 21 with 54 years experience. I really didnt expect him to say yes but I am
really glad that he did.
Middle Adulthood: Intimacy vs. Isolation
Middle adulthood is the stage that I am currently residing in. I worry constantly
about my children and their friends. What will the world be like for them? How can I
make it better for them? These are all things t
Theory Application Assignment
There are a total of 100 points possible for this assignment
60 points for Part I
40 points for Part II
Refer to Course Syllabus for final assignment (Part 1 and Part II) is due dates. Late assignments will be
docked and will
Would you cross the picket line in order to go to your classroom?
Yes. I feel like it's a teacher's responsibility to teach class if students are present. Just as
its respectful for a student not to skip class, teachers should be held to the same standard
What do you do if, as a teacher, you begin to develop favorites?
As a teacher and a student, I encourage favoritism. Children who show exceptional potential and
work ethic should be acknowledged positively for such behavior. Of course, this ideal must at
"What are five characteristics of the best teachers I have had?" When I reflect back on
the list of people who have positively influenced me throughout the course of my education, a
couple of names immediately come to mind: my AP Physics teacher, my AP Go