Provide an honest assessment of your course notes: Are they consistently developed for each module? Are some modules strong, while others could use development?
My notes for the course are good but short and brief. I don’t go into a lot of detail when I write my notes. I write words that will help me remember the important details of the lesson. In the beginning of segment two when I first stared I didn’t take notes at all, but as I continued I learned that even though I can go back at any time and reread that lesson its easier if I break it down. It saves time.
What are your three favorite literary titles from the course (such as "The Mirror" or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)? Your choices may be short stories, poems, plays, novels, or a combination.
My three favorite literary titles rom the course were “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”, “The Secret Life of Bees”, and I enjoyed reading some of the cowboy poems as I was doing some research on how to do mine.
Please provide the following information regarding your communication with your family member or friend:
Name of family member or friend – Charlene Schwint (grandmother)
Type of contact (phone, email, or in person) - phone
Date of contact - May 8, 2013
Please share the answers gained from your family member or friend to the following questions:
What do you consider to be the three most important elements of a successful newspaper article? Please explain your three choices. 1. The title- it gets the readers attention
2. Images- it brings the article to life
3. Trust- if articles keep getting retracted, people wont take interest anymore.
If you could read only one section of your local newspaper each day, which section would it be (front page, life/times, sports, local news, etc.)?
I would read local news everyday. Local events affect the community more than national and international events so it’s...