256 words - 2 pages
All three types of learning are part of behaviourism and look at measurable behaviour, rather than on cognitive and biological processes. Classical conditioning was the first learning theory, introduces in the 1900s followed by operant conditioning in the 1940s and the social learning theory after that.
Classical conditioning examines how a response is associated with a stimulus to cause conditioning looking at reflex / involuntary behaviours; operant conditioning involves learning through consequences – punishments and rewards in order to reinforce or decrease the occurrence of behaviour looking at deliberate / voluntary behaviour. Social learning theory accepts the role of
602 words - 3 pages
Phobias and Addictions
February 16, 2014
Phobias and Addictions
In order to effectively examine any relationship between phobias, addictions and types of conditioning, it is important to first define and examine the differences between classical conditioning and operant conditioning. According to the Free Dictionary (2014), classical conditioning is defined as “A process of behavior modification by which a subject comes to respond in a desired manner to a previously neutral stimulus that has been repeatedly presented along with an unconditioned stimulus that elicits the desired response.” Operant conditioning however is defined by Mirriam
1560 words - 7 pages
Phobias and Addictions
July 12, 2010
The purpose of this paper is to explore how phobias can be developed through classical conditioning, explore how addictions can be developed through operant conditioning, to distinguish between classical and operant conditioning, and to explain what extinction means and how it is achieved in both classical and operant conditioning.
Phobias and Addictions are two very emotional learning difficulties. Phobias are defined as being an enduring, abnormal, and unfounded fear of a specific thing or situation that
374 words - 2 pages
paper in which you analyze forms of simple stimulus learning. As a part of your analysis, be sure to address the following items:
Explain the concept of habituation.
Analyze the factors that affect perceptual learning.
Examine the effects of stimulus exposure.
Discuss the application of simple stimulus learning to at least two real life situations.
PSYCH 550 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Classical Conditioning Paper
Prepare a 1,400 to 1,750-word paper in which you examine the concept of classical conditioning. As a part of your examination be sure to address the following items:
Explain the concept of classical conditioning and the factors that affect it
517 words - 3 pages
Organizational behavior is a study that learn about human behavior especially in the work environment to learn how that behavior have their impact within the organization for the goodness of the organization itself. In learning those behaviors, there are three type of theory that can be used in studying human behavior. They are classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and social learning. All of them are theories that learn and study how, why and when human behavior is made. Each of these theories has their own characteristic that differ one to another.
Classical conditioning is the first type of learning theory that learn human behavior by giving neutral stimuli before the expected
459 words - 2 pages
1. Define learning.
Learning is the process through which experience modifies behavior and understanding. Allows us to adapt to changing environments. Isn’t: Innate behavior, fixed action pattern or reflex.
Types of learning are Habituation, Classical conditioning, operant conditioning and observational learning.
2. Define classical conditioning, unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, and conditioned response. Describe how classical conditioning works by using the stimuli and responses in an example.
Classical Conditioning: Ivan Pavlov.
3. Describe the processes of extinction and spontaneous recovery. Give an example of each.
1221 words - 5 pages
Classical Conditioning: Association of Interest Led to Conditioning
May 21, 2012
Classical Conditioning: Association of Interest Led to Conditioning
Classical conditioning, synonymous with Pavlovian and respondent conditioning, is one of two types of learning (the other type of learning is operant conditioning) that provide a systematic approach to understanding human and nonhuman behavior and the potentiality of changing behavior. Learning significantly affects our way of living, functioning, and survival. Learning's predictability qualities assist in directing behavior. Kowalski & Westen (2009) affirm, "Learning is essentially about
1200 words - 5 pages
Phobias and Addictions Paper
As organic beings grow and adapt to our environments we are able to experience and learn many things. As soon as we are born we start to experiment with various mediums for pleasure and for survival. The ways in which we learn have been studied and reviewed many times by many social researchers. The two most prominent forms of learning styles are labeled as Classical and Operant Conditioning. Both Styles allow individuals to perform experiments in which we find out what works, why it works, and the possible changes and outcomes that may be applied as a result. In classical conditioning, a stimulus that already leads to a response is replaced by a different
848 words - 4 pages
¡ Ψ A school of Psychology founded by John Broadus Watson based on the idea that behaviors can be measured, trained and changed.
• OPERANT CONDITIONING ( Skinner)- utilizes reinforcement and punishment to create associations between behaviors and the consequences for those behaviors.
• CLASSICAL CONDITIONING ( Pavlov) - a process that involves creating an association between a naturally existing stimulus and a previously neutral one. Imagine a dog that salivates when it sees food. The food is the naturally occurring stimulus. If you started to ring a bell every time you presented the dog with food, an association would be formed between the food and
1092 words - 5 pages
Phobias and Addictions Paper
Week Two Assignment
PSY/300 – General Psychology
October 20, 2012
This is an essay concerning phobias and addictions. Four selected topics in four specific sections are what this paper is comprised of. These topic are:
1. How phobias can be developed through classical conditioning.
2. How addictions can be developed through operant conditioning.
3. Distinguish between classical and operant conditioning.
4. The meaning of "extinction" and how it is achieved in both classical and operant conditioning.
How phobias can be developed through classical conditioning
"A phobia is a group of symptoms brought on by an object or
1020 words - 5 pages
energy level one of the days that I visited. When asked about the high energy, the student was sated they were so energetic because they had gotten so much sleep. While there are a several different philosophies to describe why we sleep, scientists still do not have a definitive answer for exactly why we sleep. One of the major ideas suggests sleep is vital for repair and renewal of the mind and body – I know when I get enough sleep my body feels refreshed and I am ready to take on my day.
Lastly, I saw the kids doing classical and operant conditioning. Everyone has heard of Pavlov’s dogs and the accidental discovery of classical conditioning. The theory of classical conditioning is
654 words - 3 pages
some of their behaviors.
2. Classical Conditioning is a kind of associative learning. People can learn prejudice through classical conditioning if a minority group is paired with some behavior or think a certain way. For example, people will assume that tall people or blacks are good at basketball or that all black people like fried chicken. Operant conditioning is the same as classical conditioning. Operant conditioning is learning what to do through watching others and what type of behavior get a positive or negative outcome. For example, a kid scapes his knee and is screaming because he complains that it is the worst pain ever but as soon as Mom puts a bandage on it the kid feels
3031 words - 13 pages
classical conditioning? Also what is extinction mean and how is it achieved in both conditions? These are the topics I will be answer and I will also be giving examples to each phobia and addiction that can happen through classical and operant conditioning.
“Classical conditioning is when an environmental stimulus leads to a learned response through pairing of an unconditioned stimulus” (Kowalski & Westen, 2009). For example Ivan Pavlov experiment with dogs. He did a study based on dogs and conditioning them to salivate by hearing a bell or a fork being pinged. Basically he would give dogs food after the bell rang. So after a couple tries he would then noticed that
946 words - 4 pages
says. Common specific phobias, according to NIMH, include closed-in spaces, heights, highway driving, injuries with blood, tunnels and water. Rose says other common phobias are of flying, insects, needles - for injections or getting blood drawn - and animals, such as snakes and spiders (McGill, 2015).
The most important thing that I learned from my childhood experience is that our behavior and how you react during certain situations comes with consequences. The repercussions and/or backlash from the behavioral choices and responses you make can stay with you long after an incident has occurred. My learning could have come from classical conditioning if the stimulus occur before my behavior
3462 words - 14 pages
overcome criticisms of lack of objective measurement Giddings rejected states of mind, internal mental mechanisms, and the unconscious and operationally defined behaviors that he believed represented sympathy (Mills, 1998).
As years passed by and Psychologists and Philosphers alike started developing and discovering new beyond for knowledge Behaviorism had it's earliest start with the work of a Russian physiologist named Ivan Pavlov. Pavlov's research on the digestive systems of dogs led to his discovery of the classical conditioning process, which demonstrated that behaviors could be learned via conditioned associations. Pavlov demonstrated that this learning process could be used to make an
1088 words - 5 pages
Informal Learning Experience Using Different Learning Theories
University of Phoenix
October 15, 2014
Throughout the past century, several theories of learning have developed in relation to associative learning, which is the most basic learning that there is. There are two types of associative learning: classical conditioning and operant conditioning. Later on in the mid 1900’s, another more advanced mode of learning was studied, that being observational learning. This paper will present an informal learning experience and use the different theories to break down how this learning could have occurred.
Informal Learning Experience
960 words - 4 pages
study human behavior using laboratory experiment. This is because the process is a scientific process. For instance, participants in the experiment take the memory tests under strict conditions.
Behaviorism assumes that all human behavior is acquired through the interaction of the environment. The symptoms are acquired through operant and classical conditioning. Classical conditioning is a process that involves learning through association. The process is usually the cause of most phobias. Operant condition is a process that involves learning through punishment and reinforcement. Operant conditioning provides the possible explanation for certain abnormal behaviors such as eating disorders
353 words - 2 pages
In what way might we think of the oral, anal, and phallic stages as representing one-person, two-person, and three-person psychology, respectively?
How do the stage theories of Erikson and Freud differ?
What is a major criticism of psychoanalysis from the standpoint of science?
What is information processing theory concerned with? What is its metaphor?
How can classical conditioning provide an explanation for the development of a phobia?
What is the emphasis of these theories: Ecological; Ethological
What is meant by, eclecticism?
What is natural selection?
What is evolutionary psychology concerned with?
What is a gene? Chromosome? Gamete? Zygote? Meiosis
4080 words - 17 pages
, pain management, and hypertension have all been successfully treated using this approach. Behavioral procedures are used in the fields of developmental disabilities, mental illness, education and special education, community psychology, clinical psychology, rehabilitation, business, self-management, sports psychology, health-related behaviors, and gerontology.
• 1950’s and 1960’s
o The behavioral approach had its origin in the 1950s and early 1960s, and it was a radical departure from the dominant psychoanalytic perspective.
o In the 1960s Albert Bandura developed social learning theory, which combined classical and operant conditioning with observational learning
659 words - 3 pages
According to B. F. Skinner (Science and Human Behavior, 1965), the Operant Conditioning is the process by which a response becomes more or less likely to occur depending on its consequences. The schedule of reinforcement is an important component of learning process under the Operant Conditioning. I would like to apply this theory on the 2 dogs with same age in 2 different educating situation.
The 2 objects of study are Yorkshire Terrier in my cousin’s home and Toy Poodle in ours. The Yorkshire Terrier was educated under random schedule, while the Toy Poodle was educated under continuous reinforcement schedule.
While house training the Yorkshire Terrier and Toy Poodle, classical
512 words - 3 pages
came up with the concept of classical conditioning. Using the first goal of psychology, he observed that when his assistants dressed in white lab coats had come to bring edible and non-edible items for the canines, their mouths would begin to salivate.
He began to explain or propose reasons for this behavior that the canines’ responses were learned actions. That in the process of trying to learn about their digestive systems by giving them food, he learned they had become accustomed to eating whenever the humans with white lab coats were nearby. Salivating to the expectation of food is a conditioned reflex. It was after what he explained that he could be able to predict what would
2697 words - 11 pages
, beer drinkers could not care less about the Corporate Social Responsibility of the beer manufacturers. However, by associating itself with awareness campaigns in Singapore, APB is projecting its image as a socially responsible organisation. At the same time, it wants the customers to consume beer produced by socially responsible organisation. Thus, it is introducing a new attitude which can affect the buying behaviour of consumers.
Classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning and cognitive learning are mechanisms which result in learning. The process of classical conditioning involves placing a signal before a reflex. On the other hand, the process of
814 words - 4 pages
. When my offer is granted, I would escalate it to a larger one
which requests him to smoke once a day only. Thought repeated steps requesting him to
smoke less, he can quit smoking eventually. If he cannot withstand the withdrawal
reactions during the progress of quitting smoking, I would give him some “nicotine gums”
containing a small amount of nicotine, which act as the substitute of tobacco, to provide
him satisfaction(Medline Plus, 2013).
In the mean time, it is effective to help my dad give up smoking by keeping him away
from any environmental that prompt him to smoke. According to the basis of “classical
conditioning” suggested by Bouton(2007), the smoking behavior(conditioned
1074 words - 5 pages
Evaluate critically the veracity of their automatic thoughts and assumptions.
15 Develop the skills to notice, interrupt, and intervene at the level of automatic thoughts "on-line," as they happen.
15 What is behavior therapy?
15 Classical conditioning
15 Operant conditioning
15 Features common to cognitive and behavior therapy
15 Differences between cognitive and behavioral approaches
15 Research methods
15 Strengths and limitations of research design
15 Conclusion and implications
References: Your preliminary list of references should demonstrate familiarity with the professional literature as it relates to the thesis statement. Please be sure to list your
772 words - 4 pages
conduct his research on animals, specifically dogs. He came across his conditioned reflex when he noticed that “Dogs would begin to salivate not only when they were being fed, as would be expected, but even prior to feeding at the mere sight of the assistant who fed them.”(Magnavita, J.J. 2012). In his further study of this, he began what we al have learned to know as classical conditioning , which can be summed up as a type of learning where one stimulus signals the action of a second stimulus.
John B. Watson was named the founder of the school of behaviorism. Merriam-Webster(2012) says, “Behaviorism is a school of psychology that takes the objective evidence of behavior (as measured
690 words - 3 pages
as for behaving decently and respectfully with each other.
Moral development involves the development of thoughts, feelings and behaviors regarding rules and conventions about what people should do with their interactions with other people (Santrock 2012). In my class, a secondary High School Career and Technical Education class students are at an age that their values and morals should help to guide them in their behavior towards others and to respect the learning environment. Piaget suggest that students of this age show autonomous morality and are aware that rules are created by people and that the understand judgment of actions and consequences. In order to get to this stage, students have been exposed to many years of classical and operant conditioning to understand rewards and punishments from not following the rules or misbehaving.
1268 words - 6 pages
a. Safety needs
b. Physiological needs c. Social needs
d. Self actualization needs
8. Horizontal expansion of a job that involves the addition of tasks at same level of skills:
a. Job enrichment b. Job rotation
c. Job enlargement
d. Management by objectives
9. Path goal theory of leadership is developed by:
a. Robert R. Blake b. Charles Bird
c. Fred fielder
d. Robert House
10. Potential or ability to influence others in a delivered direction is called:
a. Politics b. Power
c. Motivation d. Leadership
1. Define Bureaucracy.
2. State the concept of „Span of Control‟.
3. Wright a short note on classical conditioning
1255 words - 6 pages
leadership is developed by:
a. Robert R. Blake
b. Charles Bird
c. Fred fielder
d. Robert House
10. Potential or ability to influence others in a delivered direction is called:
1. Define Bureaucracy.
2. State the concept of „Span of Control‟.
3. Wright a short note on classical conditioning learning theory of Ivan Pavlov.
4. What are the various stages of group development?
END OF SECTION A
Section B: Caselets (40 marks)
This section consists of Caselets.
Answer all the questions.
Each Caselet carries 20 marks.
Detailed information should form the part of your answer (Word limit 150 to 200 words
2617 words - 11 pages
body does not produce enough insulin, or because the body's cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas, and it is central to regulating carbohydrate and fat metabolism in the body. The high blood sugar produces the classical symptoms associated with diabetes: frequent urination, increased
thirst, and increased hunger. There are two different types of diabetes Type 1 Diabetes: Also called insulin-dependent or juvenile diabetes, type 1 can strike people of any age, mostly from infancy through the late thirties. In a type 1 sufferer, the person's pancreas makes little or no insulin. The body's own defense system (the immune system
3147 words - 13 pages
Neo-classical economist Tobin (1965) postulated portfolio framework; where individuals shift from money to alternative asset (capital) with increase in inflation as return to money falls. The shift in the curve results in higher steady-state capital stock, which simply put lead to increased capital intensity and thus higher level of growth. The framework shows that higher inflation raises the output level permanently but the growth is temporary – from one steady-state to another steady- state. Tobin also argued that due to downward rigidity in prices (including wages), the adjustment in relative prices during growth is better achieved by upward price movement of some of the individual
6959 words - 28 pages
refrigeration cycle is more than 100 years old. Although the vapor-compression cycle took over most of air-conditioning and refrigerating
Tel.: +1-302-999-4575; fax: +1-302-999-2093. E-mail address: email@example.com (A. Yokozeki).
0306-2619/$ - see front matter Ó 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2004.04.011
A. Yokozeki / Applied Energy 80 (2005) 383–399
applications, the well-known refrigerant–absorber systems (H2 O/LiBr and NH3 / H2 O) are still being used for certain applications, particularly in the ﬁeld of industrial applications or large-scale water chiller systems. Recently, more attention has been directed towards the
5342 words - 22 pages
coordination of motor activity. It is tested clinically in patients by examining functions such as tandem gait or dysdiadokokinesia. Althought patients with schizophrenia have grossly normal motor function, there are many subtle indications of motor impairment. Slowing of reaction times is one of the most consisten findings in older psychological studies of schizophrenia, many of which were completed during the preneuroleptic era. (Kraepelin 1919). More recent studies have also documented the presence of motor system “soft signs” in first-episode neuroleptic naïve patients. These soft signs include the classical indices of motor dysmetria for example dysdiadokokinesia(Andreasen,1990). The term
4801 words - 20 pages
Network Structure and Inter-organizational Knowledge Sharing Capability
ABSTRACT This paper examines how the structure of a supply network can affect the inter-organizational knowledge sharing capability, which is expressed by absorptive capacity and shared identity. The supply network structure is analyzed by two dimensions – formality and centrality. Propositions about the relationships between network structure and knowledge sharing capability are suggested at the end. Subject Areas: Supply chain management, Inter-organizational knowledge sharing, Absorptive capacity, Shared identity, Network structure.
1. INTRODUCTION Historically, individual organizations have tried to improve
1563 words - 7 pages
The Phrase ‘commitment’ is frequently used by HRM practitioners in the control of absenteeism and its contribution to business objectives. Evaluate the evidence to reinforce commitment and reduce absenteeism.
Mowday et al have defined organizational commitment as “ the relative strength of an individual’s identification with an involvement in an organization”
(Chapter 7 Attitudes at work, Page no, 265 Work Psychology, Understanding Human Behaviour in the Workplace by John Arnold (ft) fourth edition)
Commitment is very powerful human concept as if a person is committed to an organization; therefore he or she has a strong identification with it and will turn out to be a
295 words - 2 pages
memories that are buried deep or ones that you want to forget are brought to attention to be discussed. Behavioral treatments build on the basic processes of learning, such as reinforcement and extinction, and assume that normal and abnormal behaviors are both learned. This means that abnormal behaviors learned from the past are addressed so the person can modify their behavior through some type of conditioning to reduce the frequency of the undesired behavior. A cognitive approach teaches people to think more adaptively by changing their dysfunctional cognitions about the world and themselves. This helps people understand the thought and feelings that influence behavior, which then addresses
1150 words - 5 pages
Running head: A Horror Show at the Cinemaplex
Assignment 4: A Horror Show at the Cinemaplex
A Horror Show at the Cinemaplex
1. Perform a comprehensive analysis of the five (5) competitive forces. Discuss what level of competition can be anticipated amongst industry rivals.
Among the 5 companies that own the majority of the theater, there is little difference in price or offerings. You don’t see ads saying come to our theater it is better that so and so company. As the text stated the theater that gets picked is usually paced on location.
A. Rivalry among existing competitors
It does not really seem like there is a lot of completion between the theaters
2086 words - 9 pages
Types Of Business
There are many different advantages and disadvantages of different types of ownership within the business sector. Before you start you’re new or expanded business plans. You need to explore all the options available to you. Will you be a Sole Proprietor or a Corporation or everything in between? The following report will examine six different business organizations in detail.
Sole Proprietorship: is when the business is fully owned and managed by one person (others can be employed to help run the business) as the sole proprietorship only monetary income is from the business, you don't receive a paycheck. If you need money for living expenses, you take a draw. A Sole
1051 words - 5 pages
FP/101 FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONAL FINANCE
Start Date: 04/23/2012
This course provides an overview of the elements necessary for effective personal financial planning and the opportunity to apply the techniques and strategies essential to this understanding. Primary areas of study include creating and managing a personal budget, understanding and paying taxes, working with financial institutions, wise use of credit cards and consumer loans, financing automobiles and homes, and the use of insurance for protecting one’s family and property.
WEEK 1 - TOPIC 1: PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
List the five steps in the personal financial planning process
1022 words - 5 pages
1 What can companies do to protect themselves from legal action with regard to ageism?
On one hand, company can draw up workplace policies to avoid any inference of age discrimination in organizations management by legal adviser. When some policies are ruled by law in organizations, those who are 50 years of age or older have the job chances as same as young people. So that facing ageism problem, it can guarantee that the internal organizations have a completed rules with legal action and manage system to solve and treat fairly.
On the other hand, companies can make employment decisions based on job performance and economic considerations. Except age, they are also legitimate factor to
653 words - 3 pages
Organizing Reaction Paper
Shelia M. Reed
June 6, 2012
The Organizing function follows the planning process and brings the organization’s resources together (Bates & Snell, 2009). These resources include such things as Physical Assets, Monetary Assets, Human Resources, Knowledge, and Technology (Bates & Snell, 2009). Managers have the responsibility of pinpointing resources and activities essential to the organization accomplishing its goals. These resources and actions must be acknowledged, arranged, and appointed to the proper department. Department heads will make sure that their supervisors and employees are
1378 words - 6 pages
Keith Seibert 6/3/2012
Prof. Neil Riley ACC 401
PEPSICO AND QUAKER OATS COMPANY
By the end of 1999, following a multi-year restricting effort, PepsiCo had once again become one of the most successful consumer products companies in the world. In less than four years, it had achieved an 80% increase in net income, on 30% lower sales, and with 75% fewer employees! PepsiCo’s major subsidiaries were the Pepsi-Cola Company, which was the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of snack chips, and Tropicana Products, the largest marketer of branded juices. Throughout 1999, PepsiCo was closely tracking several potential strategic acquisitions
1439 words - 6 pages
Southern New Hampshire University
Definition of Corporate Social Responsibility
October 2, 2012
Pr. Katrina Kerr
The definition of corporate social responsibility
The corporate social responsibility ( CSR) seems to be came in the beginning of the millennium after so many wrong actions in past decades. May be, after the shock of scandals business such as Enron, WorldCom and Parmalat, also with the effect of weather change on the environment, all in consider have make many companies and organizations to rethink about their responsibilities towards their customers and stakeholders. Nowadays, business suggested that CSR is a normative, has
520 words - 3 pages
I would advise the President as follows:
1. He should not think of lowering or setting interest rates unless he wants to copy the Chinese system of Government- Commanded economy. If he still chooses to convert the US economy into a Chinese style economy, he would then have to set the exchange rates, the prices of various other goods and services and yet fail to achieve his objective coming out of recession fast and increasing employment faster. Chinese are somehow managing their economy to grow because they are far poor than the Americans and therefore able to sell cheap to other countries by exploiting their labour which is abundantly available: in the US he will have difficulty in
2319 words - 10 pages
CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES
Questions on Strategy
1. What strategy has Carnival adopted in the past to build the cruise line into the dominant player in the industry? Was this a wise approach?
Carnival cruise lines was the dominant player in the cruise industry over the last 30 years because of a strong and highly visible brand, a tight control over costs and a clear vision about the industry. Carnival’s corporate strategy was to see them as a vacation business, not a cruise business putting them in direct competition with other vacation companies. The strategy was to convert land vacationers to cruisers. The company saw the huge untapped potential that the North American
1412 words - 6 pages
When a person is a good cook, he or she is usually a clean person as well. However, in Kathy’s case, the opposite turned out to be true. The first time Kathy and I got to know one another was at the VA Medical Center. The afternoon staff at the VA Medical Center decided to have a Memorial Day potluck for those working on that day. The employees working on the holiday drew sticks to decide what each would bring to the potluck. Kathy would bring beef stew, Tucker—corn muffins, Sandy—turnip greens, Maggie—potato salad, Amy—barbecue rib tips, Wendy—soft drinks, plates, and the table coverings, and I would bring a lemon cheesecake.
When Memorial Day came, one of the staff members
751 words - 4 pages
ARTICLE 3: CAN YOU SAY WHAT YOUR STRATEGY IS?
In the real market, the large number of organizations/companies/executives/ frontline employee are frustrated and lost their sense of direction because no strategy exits for the company or its line of business.
A strategy statement should be designed in which the necessity of having a simple, clear, succinct that everyone can internalize and use as a guiding light for making difficult choices.
Elements of strategy statement
There are three critical strategy components of a good strategy statement: objective, scope and advantage.
* Objective = Ends
* Scope = Domain
* Advantage = Means
The executives should be forced to be crystal
559 words - 3 pages
5th Period English
How did the rainbow appear?
A long time ago, in a far away land in South America there was a small town called Carthage, people not really the wealthy end of the town. All of a sudden people started becoming wealthier, entering the woods, being in there for hours, and coming out with money as they referred to as “Gold”.
It’s very bizarre how out of the random this decides to happen. It all started when a young girl named Penelope entered the forest on the West side of Carthage. She kept saying she saw a little person. He was very short, less than 4 feet, who was always wearing green, pointy shoes, a green hat with a tad bit of yellow on