Introduction to Communication and Civic Life COM 3 credits An overview of major approaches to the analysis and criticism of contemporary cultural concerns, situating these within the broader historical contexts of communication and cultural theory. Sophomore standing Credit for enrollment in approved study abroad programs. Organizational Communication COM 3 credits Microlevel, institutional and macrolevel analysis of the communication process in organizations. Organizational communication theories, including political economy, critical and poststructuralist approaches.
In his class, we read articles and wrote reflections about topics pertaining to literature, technology, and literacies. This allowed me to become a better critical thinker because his course requires us to analyze and reflect on readings more than just giving a brief summary about them.
After taking this course for about three months, I have realized that it had made a significant change in my life. I value the qualities that this English course gifts to the students because it has improved me as a student, learner, and as an active member in the society.
The amount of things I have learned in this class is immense and to briefly summarize what I learned in class, I would have to claim that I learned how to learn. I have a better understanding on how various ways of in taking information can lead to various versions of understanding.
For example, I believe that the third weekly comment enables the student to look at both sides of arguments and form opinions from incorporating his or her general knowledge and personal values to new information that was retained recently.
The third weekly comment asked us if we agree or disagree with the author about the requirements of innovation of technology.
By doing the two things, it enables me to precisely understand and create stronger belief or certainty towards my knowledge and my values.
Besides this, there is another way of learning, which is called reflecting. In this class, most of his assignments are about making a reflection about the article but that is not the type of reflecting that I am trying to purvey. The reflections that I am talking about are ones such as weekly comment five and this paper four.
These two assignments are asking about what we have learned in the past.
When I turn in my weekly comments, I also have a word document saved into the Dropbox so that I can always look back to what I have claimed in the past. When I look at my formed ideas from the past once in a while, I realize about two things. Sometimes, I have new knowledge that I want to incorporate into my past ideas by editing my previous papers.
At other times, I realize that I have new ideas that contradict with the previous ones and I chose to edit my paper and save it as another copy. When this happens, I enjoy looking at both drafts and comparing and contrasting two beliefs that both came from my head.
Reflections are useful because not only does it create a stronger understanding but it also creates a different dimensions or views of beliefs.
Lastly, I also want to thank this class since I learned what type of learner I am.
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After watching a youtube video that was assigned, I realized that I enjoy retaining information from viewing videos. Besides a video, I also enjoy learning from diagrams and charts to analyze information on various topics like philosophy and political science.
For example, I can understand the game theory by examining a visual diagram.
I also realized that I am not a good audio learner since I had a hard time understanding, focusing, and listening to the podcast by Nicholson Baker.
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Dec 07, · English Unit #3 Final.
Reflective Essay. Reflecting back on how this particular English class helped me develop into a more efficient writer, I immediately think of how I learned to be more articulate with words.
The importance of being descriptive is another lesson I integrated in my repertoire as a writer. Link to College of Arts and Letters Programs Anthropology. Undergraduate Courses/link to graduate courses Cultural Difference in a Globalized Society (ANT .
Dec 11, · Melissa Gutkind Professor Meehan Final Project Portfolio Self Reflection: Coming into English freshman year was something that I was very much afraid of. In high school English class never served as my strong point and I found myself constantly frustrated and confused as to why I never got the grade I felt I deserved..
INTRODUCTION. 1. "The word of the lord abides for ever." This word is the Gospel which was preached to you” (1 Pet ; attheheels.com ). With this assertion from the First Letter of Saint Peter, which takes up the words of the Prophet Isaiah, we find ourselves before the mystery of God, who has made himself known through the gift of his word.
English an analysis of the rimbaud and ginsberg as modern poets End of Course Reflection Paper Assignment Write a two- to three-page reflection paper Discuss what you have learned during the class and how a personal reflection on the english course it will assist a biography of james francis thorpe an olympic athlete you Self.