Presentation on theme: "Journal # 7 Love is one form of passion. What does the word “love” mean to you? Are there different kinds of love? Explain. What other words come to mind."— Presentation transcript:
Journal # 7 Love is one form of passion. What does the word “love” mean to you? Are there different kinds of love? Explain. What other words come to mind when you think of the word “love”?
Journal #8 Do you agree or disagree with the statement that “ life is but a dream”? Explain your feelings in your journal,
Vocabulary 1.aesthetic: relating to beauty; artistic 2.forthright: going straight to the point 3.forceful: full of force; powerful 4.authoritative: official; conclusive 5.influencing: to alter something in an indirect or even sneaky way
6.spontaneous: an action arising from a whim or sudden impulse 7.amiable: friendly; good-natured; sociable; pleasant 8.methodical: systematic, following a definite method 9.analytical: characterized by division of a problem into separate parts for study 10.meticulous: great care shown to details
11.diplomatic: using tact, especially in stressful circumstances; smooth 12.systematic: methodical thoroughness 13.submissive: submitting to others; obedient 14.charismatic: exhibiting a dynamic personality 15.empathy: having compassion or understanding for the pain or struggles of another
16.innovative: on the cutting edge; creative 17.perseverance: steadfastness; doggedness 18.versatile: able to move from one activity or situation to another easily; adaptable 19.synthesize: combine parts or pieces into a whole 20.negotiate: bargain; make terms
Journal #9 What is your given name? Do you use this name or do you go by a nickname? How did you acquire the name that you use? Do you consider your name to be an important part of your identity? Explain why or why not.
Journal #10 Why do you think there is so much hatred in the world right now? What can WE do to change it?
Six general skill categories are used to group occupations on O* NET Online If you choose a field that you really love- a career that excites and energizes you – you will be more motivated to Do the work Stick with your plan Realize your goals
Bull’s Eye Chart The following are categories on the chart Passions Skills and aptitudes Occupations and vocations
Passion is defined as Very strong emotion An intense enthusiasm for something Values are defined as The standards or guiding principles that are most important to you.
Dominance Work style They like to be in control of their work environment
Influencing Work style They are good communicators and enjoy the relationships they develop at work
Steadiness work style Their decisions are considered, so they are often slower to accept change
Compliance work style They enjoy systematic approaches to problems and strive for accuracy
Difference between a skill and a aptitude A skill is something you can acquire or develop; an aptitude is something for which you have a natural talent or ability
the Dictionary of Occupational Titles divides job skills into three categories 1. Data 2. People 3. Things
Difference between a role and an occupation/vocation A role relates to who you are and requires no action on your part A occupation/ vocation relates to what you do and does require action on your part