Interest Reflection

  1. photography

I enjoy taking photos in and out of school because it helps me calm my nerves if I am stressed out

  1. Reading

Reading helps me escape the troubles around me and so that I can enter worlds that are not from our universe.

  1. Painting

It helps me express how I feel if I need to get out anger or any of the other feelings.

  1. o What are some careers you are considering? How do they relate to your interests?
  2. Arts, Audio/Video Technology and  Communications

    This relates to my interests because i enjoy photography and i enjoy art a lot.

    1. Musician                                                      

This relates to my interests because I enjoy playing the guitar and I am currently learning how to read sheet music.

  1. Creative Writer

This is related to my interests because I enjoy writing fiction and reading about it, and I don’t enjoy reading about things that actually happened.

  1. Guidance Counselor 

This would relate to my interests because I listen well to what others say and I can give them advice on what to do to help solve it.

 

Personality Reflection

  1.   Independant   1. Loyal
  2.   Supportive        2. Direct
  3. Creative               3.Strategic
  4. Curious               4.Assertive
  5. Practical             5. Friendly
  6.  Open-minded   6.Logical
  7. Optimistic         7.Good-Listener
  8.  Supportive       8. Desicive
  9.     Sociable         9.Co-operative
  10. Determined     10. Reliable

Personality Survey

Your Personality Type is

ENFP (The Champion)

What’s that?

E Extroverted
N iNtuiting
F Feeling
P Perceiving

Your Results

Explore your personality results below. The graphs display how your four dimension results come together to create your personality type.

Energy

Where you prefer to focus your attention

EExtraversion
IIntraversion

Information Gathering

The way you prefer to process information

SSensing
NIntuition

Decision Making

How you prefer to make decisions

TThinking
FFeeling

Lifestyle and Structure

How you prefer to deal with the outside world

JJudging
PPerceiving

Overview

ENFP (The Champion)

ENFPs tend to be outgoing and to feel at ease in large groups or when working as part of a team. They likely enjoy the spotlight, socializing, and working through problems by discussing them with others. ENFPs also tend to be empathetic, diplomatic, and good at “reading” people. They likely feel invigorated when working in a group and may be impulsive, sometimes speaking their minds without careful consideration.

ENFPs need room to explore and to be creative without constraints. When approaching a task, they prefer flexibility and options to concrete goals and deadlines. They may also believe that structure and planning interferes with creative processes, and will avoid routine and schedules. ENFPs likely have difficulty planning and prefer to “dive into” a project, sometimes appearing haphazard in their approach. They may also be disorganized in their ideas and have difficulty explaining these ideas to others. When dealing with information, ENFPs tend to collect as much of it as possible and to look for the big picture, rather than focusing on details, which makes them good at forming connections and spotting emerging trends. However, they likely overthink things and that, combined with their aversion to details and structure, may mean they struggle to accomplish their tasks.

When faced with a decision, ENFPs tend to consider how it will affect others, and are likely viewed by others as being caring and considerate. They also tend to be flexible in their thinking and recognize the complexity of issues, rather than seeing things as being “black or white”. ENFPs put more emphasis on teamwork and getting along than on completing the task, and that, combined with their aversion to schedules, likely makes them bad with deadlines. Their supportive nature may mean that they put the needs of others before their own or are easily persuaded. Nevertheless, the ENFP is likely openminded, understanding, and good at resolving conflict.

Interest Survey

Interest type

The Sheppard (SA)
1 Social

2 Artisitc

Interest Traits

Social

67%

Social occupations revolve around people. These occupations usually involve assisting, teaching, healing or serving others. The focus of Social occupations can range from very practical to highly academic outcomes.

Artistic

63%

Artistic occupations require self-expression, creativity and usually feature work that can be done without following a clear set of rules. These occupations usually require an environment where flexibility, variety and change are expected.

Learning Styles

I learn by

T touching

D doing

Kinesthetic 40%

Auditory 32%

Visual 28%

Kinesthetic

40%

If you are a kinesthetic learner, you prefer to learn by touching and doing. You likely need to be active, take frequent breaks, and make gestures when you talk and explain something. Your preference is for hands-on experiences, tasks that involve manipulating materials, and you appreciate physically expressed encouragement when you communicate.

Study Tips

  • Participate in more hands-on tasks during learning
  • Use Flash cards to sort concepts
  • Study in short blocks of time and give yourself breaks
  • Construct a model or representation of concepts

Auditory

32%

Being an auditory learner means you learn by hearing and listening. You might prefer to listen to audio books or podcasts, hum or talk to yourself often when you are studying, and enjoy acquiring knowledge by reading aloud. What is most important is that you hear what is being instructed.

Study Tips

  • Record yourself reading your notes and listen to them
  • Talk with someone about the topic
  • Repeat information with your eyes closed
  • Listen to recorded media related to the subject

Visual

28%

As a visual learner, you learn by looking and seeing. You probably like to take numerous detailed notes, tend to sit in the front, often close your eyes to visualize or remember something, and benefit from illustrations and presentations that use colour.

Study Tips

  • Underline or highlight key ideas in your notes
  • Use graphic organizers (i.e., mind map, Venn diagram, web)
  • Pause, and try to create a mental image in your mind, or pause, and draw a visual representation
  • Turn concepts into charts and diagrams

Part of the Holocaust

Peter Berlowitz 

Peter was born in Germany on July of 1936. After his father passed away, he had to live with his mother, when he was only 6 years old. When he had turned the age of seven, he and other children his age were forced to mine mica rocks from a section of the camp. This went on for years, until the Soviet Army liberated it on May 8, 1945. After that he was able to go to school for the first time ever, at the age of 11 years. Only 125 people survived.

Ellinor Wolff

Ellinor was born on September 9, 1935. In December 1941, when Ellinor was six years old, the entire family, along with 16,000 other German Jews, was deported to Riga, Latvia. The 30,000 local Jews, who had already been living in the sealed-off ghetto, had been murdered by the Germans to make room for them. There was inadequate food, water, and sanitary facilities. Thousands died from starvation, disease, and exposure. By December 1943, the ghetto was emptied of its population. Most of the inhabitants were murdered by the Germans or sent to labor camps where they were worked to death. Ellinor had disappeared without a trace.

Elisabeta Strul

Nicopoi hid about 20 people, including the Strul family, in a storeroom for two weeks and provided them with food. After some of the men she had sheltered in the storeroom were taken to forced-labor battalions, Nicopoi traveled to the place where they were working to bring them clothing and food. On one such occasion, she was arrested by the gendarmerie, beaten and detained by them for several days. Nicopoi married Strul in 1949, and in 1963, they immigrated to Israel. Her family remained in Romania, and she would visit them from time to time. She died in Haifa on 6 November 2013.

 

The Blind Side Quote

 

When Micheal Oher was explaining in an essay about The Charge of The Light Brigade, he explained that courage is hard to explain. You need to trust that whoever is in charge will make the right decision and will end up doing what is right for the whole other than just for what is right for only them. Sometimes what is the right decision could also be very fatal for the rest of the group, others might disagree with what the authority says, but it isn’t their decision to make. Being in charge can be very tricky, but in the end, all you really hope for is that you find honor and courage.

Working in partners can be good or bad

When working in a group it is very difficult when you have a person in your group who doesn’t pull their weight and you have to scramble to finish the work all by yourself. In one of my past experiences while working with a group, we had to do a project for an upcoming event on human rights in Language Arts and we were given the topic of suicide, and I had to do all of the work by myself. Then I even had to do all of the presenting while my partner was at another booth visiting. Sometimes working in a group can be good, but it can also end up being the wrong decision for you. Not everything is great to do in a group or with a partner.

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The Blind Side Quote

Beth: “You are changing that boy’s life.”

Leigh Anne Touhy:“No. He’s changing mine.”

These quotes are from the movie The Blind Side when Leigh Anne Touhy is dining with her family and they start to talk about Michel Oher. What Leigh Anne means is that she used to be such a stuck up person, that when she met Michel, he showed he a side of her personality that she never knew about. Not a lot of people believe that they can show a new side or ‘turn over a new leaf’ so to speak. She is telling her family that it is better to be influenced, then to just ignore other people who clearly need help. Michael was alone in the cold when the Touhy’s pulled over and offered Michael a place to stay. Then, they ended up keeping Michael in their family and ended up having him in their Christmas card like he was their child. The movie The Blind Side is a great example of how even a stranger can change your life.

 

The Blind Side Quote 2

When Micheal Oher was explaining in an essay about The Charge of The Light Brigade, he explained that courage is hard to explain. You need to trust that whoever is in charge will make the right decision and will end up doing what is right for the whole other than just for what is right for only them. Sometimes what is the right decision could also be very fatal for the rest of the group, others might disagree with what the authority says, but it isn’t their decision to make. Being in charge can be very tricky, but in the end, all you really hope for is that you find honor and courage.

Digital Access

I found that Iceland being first was surprising, because it is so remote and so cold there, another statistic that I found surprising was Japan, because they have so much of the latest technology, and that they are light years ahead of Canada and the rest of the world. The final statistic that I found strange, was that Hong Kong, China was so low, because it is so heavily populated. Internet access is so important to me, is because I need it to do my schoolwork on it. It also helps out when I am at work and I am taking orders. It could impact an individuals life, because so many people rely on Internet to communicate with other people around the world.