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General Chemistry Chapter 2

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General Chemistry Chapter 2 General Chemistry 1305

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General Chemistry
Dr. Wen YEee- Lee
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Chemistry I
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Karla Madriles on Wednesday February 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to General Chemistry 1305 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Dr. Wen YEee- Lee in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see General Chemistry in Chemistry at University of Texas at El Paso.

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Madriles 1 Karla Madriles Professor Feliciano Arrieta English 1311 Discourse Community Response  The human mind develops thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and ideas once it collaborates with a  discourse community. Our intentions and drives all come to life once we form part of a specific group  in society, creating a sense of that we belong and coincide with other members. A discourse  community may be defined as a group of people with similar interests, language and social norms,  patterns, and practices that all convey to pursue a similar goals. We join everyday communities  without noticing and follow their rules accordingly. To portray this statement better, nobody would  imagine acting and talking the way they do at home as to around a professor from class. We can  clearly see a difference in audience, voice, vocabulary, and membership, thus we can apply rhetoric  knowledge to make effective writing. By successfully differentiating the voice, purpose, and context,  we can communicate in with greater success to our discourse communities which in my case come  down to church, UTEP, DSSW, and family. In Catholic church, the environment is very polite and generous. The purpose is to create a  bond with God and spread his word to those who need it. The setting calls for formality, however, yet  more importantly, an open mind to the word of God. For example, when speaking to a priest or pastor, it's more appropriate to listen to his advice for future reference and reserve all opinions once the  lecture or sermon is through. Elders are very respected in the community due to their numerous years  of experience resulting in wisdom, thus we value their hardships and learn from their words, and we  as pre­ adults, refuse to interrupt or nag right away as we would do with family member or a friend.  Actions are much greater key than words, for this reason, values are constantly displayed through acts of humility and servanthood through volunteer community service. Phrases and analogies are traced  back to Bible readings to never forget the word of who we worship and congregate in the name of,  such as in lunches, before, and after of events. Communication involves weekly meetings, bulletin  Madriles 2 announcements, and lectures. Becoming a member is simple, forming a relationship with God and put dedication into it. The community of the Engineering College in the University of Texas at El Paso is a much  more formal and stricter place. Before becoming part of it, once must apply, acquire a High School  diploma, complete orientation, and pass all TSI exams. The sole purpose of this college is an ambition to acquire a Bachelor's in any Engineering degree and pursue higher levels of education and  successful job positions in prestigious companies around the world. The process to get to the final  goal is rigorous and requires outstanding working skills in groups and under pressure. One must be  constantly focused on the target and avoid falling into any traps of distraction, because in a  competitive world of STEM it's crucial to remain determined and productive. Although group  presentations are essential to acquiring an excellent grade, projects involving Auto CAD, Revit, and  technical sketching basically shape the future of our success and must be mastered more than any  other genres in this community. Respect and honesty to our advisors and professors must always  remain mutual in order to have an outstanding reputation to receive opportunities of working in  internships and research projects. However, grades are important and Blackboard and Web Assign  serve great as a way of turning in assignments and communicating with professors. At DSSW (Disability Services of the South West), the environment differs between the office  and at actual work with the patients. In order to just become part of it, a whole background check  must take place to make sure there is a trustworthy person being inducted into the agency.  Furthermore, endless medical and legal documents must be read and signed, and later complete an  orientation where common symptoms and actions are discussed through in order to provide the best  service possible. In the office and in the patients' home, patience, availability, and trust must be  immediately demonstrated in order to give them confidence that they are in good hands.  Communicating with the offices of the agency, patients' relatives and therapists is vital and must  always reveal leadership as well as capability of handling the completely care of a person with  Madriles 3 disabilities. The genres include time sheets, phone calls, text messages, and memos, however, oral is  mostly used because the time is mostly spent with patients who sometimes lack the ability to move  and only have their voice to serve as a projector of their needs. Once trust has been established  between the patient and the caretaker, the setting at their home may become more informal, but  always keeping the polite tone. A related discourse community  to the informality of the pervious one is family and friends.  Although it holds a great sense of unity, love, and belonging, the pressure is usually not felt because  there is more relaxed and flexible feeling. Family and friends radiate unconditional support through  cheerful and hard times. The language among them quickly differs due to the fact that a combination  of Spanish and English may be used, whereas in school or at work it is strictly English. Additionally,  physical and emotional affection is allowed to be displayed. All concerns, bottled up feelings, and  gossip can be released to this group because of the very friendly and laid­ back conditions. Being a  family or friend member only requires participation into events and keeping in touch to maintain a  development of sympathy, warmth, and attachment among each other. Discourse communities give a clear and defined role allowing us to keep our eyes on a  common goal. Although everyone in the community may have different levels of expertise, they all  meet at one point or another becoming a collective intellect. Yet, no goals would be achieved unless  the communication was not ideal by taking into account rhetoric knowledge, talking to a priest will  highly differ than to talking to a professor. The context, voice, genre, purpose, audience, and  conventions must be taken into account to make powerful arguments within the discourse  communities. Without discourse communities, the world would be unorganized, fortunately, they can  all be applied to our professional, civic, academic and personal parts of our life to fulfill common  goals.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Madriles 4


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