The hippocampus plays a role in memory and I would lose the ability to learn new vocabulary words or learn how to avoid new adverse stimuli. Furthermore, I would not want to lose any part of my cerebral cortex. The cerebral cortex allows me to think, remember and produce language. Without that part of my brain I would not be able to grow as an individual because my learning abilities would be inhibited. I wouldn't be able to communicate my feelings or what I wanted as well because my language would be affected and I wouldn't be able to remember anything.
I also did this for the default event for the time object and then displayed the time in my label. MY PROBLEMS AND HOW I OVERCAME THEN Designing a digital clock program using visual basic was a very challenging but interesting task for me as I had never come across using visual basic. At first I found it a bit of a struggle to get used the program and how to use it appropriately. Even though the notes that were given were quite clear and when I read them I thought that creating the program would be easy, however when I put the notes into practice I found it quite hard. The task was quite confusing especially the coding and getting it correct, because if there was even a slight error the program would not run successfully.
All around you, under the pleasant sunlight, the warmth surrounds your body, gently ameliorating your troubles and pain, and slowly pacifying your turbulent mind. The wind swiftly sprints toward you, splits upon the very tip of your nose and flutters your hair that ferociously fought for its independence. The chill of the autumn air swirling around your ear slowly promises your brain of the traitorous, humid summer day’s closure. No matter what atrocities exist in the world, the trees, neutralized in quiescence, continue on with their life. Slowly shedding their old, worn out coat, they watch as leaves glide down to the ground, slicing through the air.
That the once hardest part of lab reports became the easiest part had a huge impact on how I viewed writing lab reports because it wasn’t a tiring job anymore. Overall I started to understand writing lab reports more and therefore liked it more. I’m not going to full out say that I loved writing them, would I rather be eating ice cream in my bed and crying about how I’m going to die alone and unloved? Of course. But I don’t despise writing in my major like I certainly did my first semester, now I’m kind of at a moot point with it.
My favorite part of this particular piece is that I kind of relate to the topic about the struggles of the immigrants since I was an immigrant too. I know some of the real struggles of new immigrants such as having a lack of knowledge with the language and the country itself. This made it easier for me to think of some ideas to write about. The techniques that I used are also by creating outlines, listing or brainstorming in order to be easier while doing this paper, but since the in class essay only has limited time I had created it quickly. In class essay is more challenging .
Without this lobe we would not be very organized. We wouldn’t be able to put things in order. Our sequences wouldn’t be sequences at all, it would be more of a jumbo pile of who knows what. Other than planning and organizing, the Frontal Lobe several more jobs. Say something.
However, without this class I wouldn’t have been able to use these techniques. Without this class I wouldn’t have been able to understand the importance of expressing myself. I wouldn’t have been able to understand that people outside of myself have feelings as well. I wouldn’t have the confidence I have now to interact with people. Without this class I wouldn’t have been able to put majority of my inner demons to rest.
I chose a more simple template because I wanted everything to be easy to find and to navigate. There is nothing more frustrating than when you're trying to research a topic and you can't because the website is busy and messy. My goal in designing my website was this, I wanted to create a website that I wish I had available to me when I was preparing for my news presentation. I wanted to build a website that was a well blend of the sources I had used, but with little to no bias. Affirmative action can more often than not be seen as an issue of the past so it was important to me to include resources that reinforced how big of an issue it still is today so that readers aren't making up information about affirmative action or believing old wives tales.
Errors like these have shown me that although I have improved on many things, I still need to spend more time editing and reviewing my own papers. When I first learned we would be peer editing in this class I was honestly a bit nervous because I have always been so self-conscious about my work. In my literacy narrative “New Beginnings” I shared personal information and did not want others to think differently of me, which made me hesitate weather or not peer editing was a good idea. I now realize there was nothing to worry about and peer editing did nothing but strengthen my paper. The writing lab on campus is another great resource that I learned to take advantage of.
So I entered this class knowing that I could write well, but could learn to write better. One of the ways I improved upon my writing was to be more careful about mechanics. This is always a tricky part since English is such a complex language. I have never been the best speller, so I am always trying to improve upon my spelling. I was very conscientious to not rely on spell checkers as I have done in the past.