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kaurshagun@fhda.edu

408-864-8381 Shagun Kaur Extending the community of care beyond the classroom with student driven, sustainable, and engaging technology?

Shagun Kaur Care in my family…...and maybe yours Co-creating A Responsive Environment Another example of CARE Connecting viA cRitiquE CommunicAting for “REal” in Virtual Constructing A SuppoRt SystEm I am a stingy human being with a kid who needs lots of diapers and I currently happen to live in a house with no food R.P. : I just have to say man you did great on your speech in class. I really feel with just practicing the speech in front of others a couple of times before will really elevate your pronunciation goal. I even stammer some times and slur my words because English wasn't my first language it was spanish. So you definitely have what it takes man to reach your goals. P.A. : As an international student I definitely know how you feel! Sometimes I feel like as if my topic is completely uninteresting or even offensive towards the audience due to the culture clash and sometimes I even get shy because I feel my english is not as advanced as the others! we should help each other to improve our public speaking skill! hope it helps that you know that you're not alone in this. All the best! Sarah: is anyone having trouble with their topic and finding research for it?
Sam: almost done just need to figure out where to put citations
Sarah: i'm about halfway done with mine. i have to elaborate on my main points lol
Nam: I am doing fine
Sam: yeah I did have some trouble with that xD
Sam: researching was kind of a pain since there's so much info to read
Sarah: yeah it's hard to narrow down the good sources
Nam: yea just make sure you don't take infor from wikipedia lol
Sam: yeah she will kill us all D:
Sam: o wait i need to find the sources credibility -____-
James: hey guys
Sam: hey james
Sarah: hey james
Sam: hows yur work going
James: sorry i had some trouble finding the chat
Sarah: it's all good
Sam: its alright
Sarah: how's your outline going?
Tania: Hey James
James: it's coming along
James: tough trying to stay neutral though
Sam: IT"S T___T
Sarah: yeah it is
Sam: total pain in the ass xD
Sarah: one of the more difficult parts of having sweatshops as a topic lol help please by G.F. Sunday, 30 September 2012, 06:22 AM
hey everyone,
If any of you guys have already finished the quiz do you think i could borrow a book from you on Monday to do mine? my book has not arrived yet and im unable to do the quiz.

Re: help please by A.S. Sunday, 30 September 2012, 7:40 AM
Do you live close to De Anza? If you do, they have the book in the library there, you just have to stay within the confines the library to use it. However, if you happen to live closer to San Jose, I live near Oakridge Mall, and I could lend it to you. If you'd like, we could even study together. I hope this helps! (:

Re: help please by B.L. - Sunday, 30 September 2012, 2:20 PM
my book also has not arrived yet....however, I did go to the De Anza library and took pictures of chapter 1. i can send them to you if you would like. email me at b.ryanlei@yahoo.com if you would want them sent to your email. i hope this helps S.N. : I am afraid that people would be hard to understand my pronounciation. I am nervous that I would start to stammer and mess up the whole speech. I'm afraid that my lack of understanding American culture would cause miscommunication between audience and me. I want to give a speech like "native English speaker" (although the definition is vague) that no one would be bothered by my speech style. It is amazing to see how far you have come from day one. You should be very proud of the milestones achieved. I know I am and please know I am here to help in any way I can. Q3 needed elaboration with specific examples. BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU ARE SAYING AND THAT IT IS WORTHWHILE.

This was an amazing speech and YOU ROCK!!! [emoticon clapping] Keep coming to see me to practice or just talk :) Extending the community of care beyond the classroom via student driven, enagaging and sutainable technology...that does not consume your life A plea for help by A.S. - Tuesday, 4 December 2012, 02:17 AM

Is there anyone who drives to De Anza that lives in the south of San Jose? I ask because I am rather desperate for a ride. I have managed to injure my ankle in a way that makes it rather impossible to walk anywhere, and taking the bus will quite likely make it worse. I will totally buy gas (and even coffee!). Please message me on catalyst or even facebook. Thank you - I'll owe you one!
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