- Complete the reading of pages 40 through 53 in “The Truth” book. Then complete Activity 3 in the textbook which includes segmenting and analyzing the data you read about in the textbook and showing your analysis on an Excel Spreadsheet. Bring your completed Excel Spreadsheet, showing your analysis of the 3 neighborhoods described in “The Truth” text, to the Friday, March 29th, class. YOU MUST TURN IN YOUR COMPLETED EXCEL SPREADSHEET THIS FRIDAY OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. If you need a blank copy of the Excel Spreadsheet, see Ms Nuri. NEIGHBORHOOD-ANALYTICS-3-1
Today’s guest was Junior Jabbe,
the President of Banneker Industries located in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Today’s host was Christian Hernandez.
1.Click on this link – NEIGHBORHOOD ANALYTICS – for the Excel spreadsheet for Activity 3 in “The TRUTH” textbook. See page 56 and 57 in “The TRUTH” textbook for instructions. You are expected to complete and BRING THIS EXCEL SPREADSHEET printed to class on March 29th showing your analysis of the 3 neighborhoods. See Ms Nuri if you need additional copies of this EXCEL SPREADSHEET. I gave her updated Excel spreadsheet copies on Monday, March 18.
Today’s guest was Ed Ithier, Sales Program Manager at the Xerox Corporation.
Xerox is an American global corporation that sells print and digital document products and services in more than 160 countries around the world. Accompanying Ed Ithier was Nick Decesare, the Creative Director at Signature Printing in East Providence, Rhode Island.
David Narvaez and Darwin Morales were our hosts
today welcoming Ed Ithier and Nick Decesare to Hope High School and the Hope Life Skills class.
Today’s conversation was about basketball, recruiting, taking advantage of networking opportunities
through hard work, pushing out of your comfort for a diverse network of successful people, good time management, and always doing the right thing to create a powerful personal brand.
This is a college level, challenging assignment.
- After reading pages 1 through 27 in the book entitled “The Truth“, tell me your process for finding consistently accurate, truthful, honest, reliable information. Email me your answer by Sunday, March 24th. Perfect spelling, grammar, and capitalization. And, short sentences too. Thank you.
- Then, read pages 40 through 53 in “The Truth” textbook. If you have any questions about anything you read or view on these pages, I encourage you to email me your questions for clarification. I want to help.
- Next, complete ACTIVITY 3 on page 56 – 57 of “The Truth” textbook. I am asking you to SET UP AN EXCEL SPREADSHEET where you will segment (organize) and rate data in specific categories on 3 hypothetical, separate neighborhoods. Check the SPREADSHEET sample I created for you on page 57. Your spreadsheet will enable you to easily analyze the data you have segmented to make a logical decision on which neighborhood you would like to live in. IF YOU NEED HELP SETTING UP YOUR EXCEL SPREADSHEET, SEE MS. AVARISTA IN ROOM 222. She told me she welcomes all of you for help setting up an Excel spreadsheet any Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday. Finally, you are expected to bring your printed Excel Spreadsheet to class on March 29th to show how you used the data you segmented and then analyzed to decide on ‘the best neighborhood to live in‘. Email me any questions you have about this assignment.
Today’s class focused on the every day challenge of finding ‘the truth’,
i.e. honest information we can trust that is accurate to make good decisions for the life we aspire to. Making good decisions based on accurate, truthful information from credible sources is not easy today based on the amount of prejudice, propaganda, biased tweets, purposeful ‘misinformation’, and ‘fake news‘ we encounter on social media, newspapers, and network and cable news from once trusted sources like news anchors and reporters, community and religious leaders and our elected politicians. Today’s class attempted to establish a few
‘best practices’ for finding honest, accurate, truthful, non-biased, objective, factual information from trustworthy sources to make good decisions.
Today’s guests were Omar Reyes, Assistant Director of Admissions at Rhode Island College, Akintola Fayanjoula, an Admissions Officer at the CCRI Providence office, and Paloma Goico, a student at Rhode Island. Today’s hosts welcoming Omar, Akintola, and Paloma to Hope High were Jose Quintanilla, Darwin Morales, and Khadiatou Njie.
The topic of today’s conversation was the college admissions process especially at the Community College of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College.
The Management of today’s class was assumed by Hope High student, Robert Desilets.
Robert took the lead and the facilitator role for today’s conversation among the Hope Life Skills students and our guests, Brown University students Alisa Huban and Meghan Mozea. Alisa, from Austin, Texas, and Meghan, from a small town in western Massachusetts, shared their compelling personal stories from public high school educations to the Ivy League classrooms of Brown University.
- “If your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.” This quote is from an interview of the CEO of a successful international consulting company. The interview appeared in the NEW YORK TIMES newspaper. The CEO is Julie Sweet. The company is Accenture. Ms Sweet was given this quote by her husband as she reflected upon the challenges women face in professional life. At Accenture, Ms Sweet has “made promoting qualified women a top priority, setting aggressive objectives for gender parity across Accenture and pushing to promote more women into executive positions.” Our homework assignment this week asks you to explain what you think this quote implies; i.e. what the author of this quote was trying to get readers to think about. Please send your well written answer with perfect spelling, short, grammatically correct sentences with perfect capitalization to my email address as soon as possible but no later than Wednesday, February 27, 2019. Thank you. BTW – If you recall, we had a Director from Accenture, a woman, who spoke at last December’s FUTURE FORUM 3 at Hope High.
Today’s guest was Nan Quinlan,
a senior career consultant at Transition Solutions and the former Training and Development Manager at TACO Inc, a multi-million dollar, international company in Cranston, Rhode Island.
Today’s host was Arthur Bonga.
Today’s conversation focused on best practices for a successful job interview.