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Senior sem final ppt
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  • 1. Ways of knowing and my high school experience
    By: Helen Heidel
  • 2. Introduction
    Name: Helen Heidel
    Age: 18
    Nationality: Thai/American
    Hometown: Lake Oswego, Oregon
    Years in Thailand/ISB: 1
    Attending: Oregon State University
  • 3. Emotion
    Emotion and lacrosse
    Emotion positively affected my performance
    Emotions negatively affected my performance
    Emotional Energy
    -passion for the sport
  • 4. Language
    English
    Into the Wild
    by Jon Krakauer
    Language and communication
    Connect a story through language
  • 5. What does this say about you personally or as a student
    Emotion can effect my performance
    I can be passionate about something and not quit
    Understand the importance of language and communication
  • 6. How I will approach learning in the future
    Emotions can greatly affect outcome of my work
    Must try to keep a stable emotion before working
    Language can be biased
    Use reason to approach situation when language is biased

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