Student Name: Jackson Zhang
Course and Section Number: ENG 1121 E106
Date: 4/29/19
UNIT 3 WORKSHEET 1 Note: the following are prompts to help you organize your work. Please make your answers clear and easy to read! Take all the space you need to answer the questions.


My general area of study is: Job interviews.

1. After doing some preliminary research, I am able to note below at least one argument / discussion / problem that surrounds my area of study:

  1. Job interviews often ask you questions like, “can you tell me a little about yourself ?”, there are arguments over this. Different sides argue that you shouldn’t tell them everything there is to about yourself. For example don’t tell them your complete employment , or personal history. There could be many questions asked in a interview, the questions also depends on the job, situation you are in. Job interviews often ask you questions about your personal life, however It’s important that we also do a little research about the job. Job interviews are time consuming when it comes to giving a response whether you got accepted, or rejected.

2. The people or community of people most affected by this problem are…:

2. Interviewees


3. Here are some key terms or phrases particularly associated with this issue. (For example, if your proposal is about hiking, you might use phrases like “manageable distances,” “maps,” “excursions,” “rough terrain,” “backpack,” “dehydration,” “survival in the elements,” “path finding,” et al.):

3. Application, hired, company, position, strength, weakness, greatest, achievement, challenge, interviewing, questions, time management, schedule, environment, late, early, prepare,

4. Here are the sources I have used so far to read about and otherwise learn about this issue. (Wikipedia, CNN, personal interviews, The New York Times, Psychology Today – whatever the source, please note it. Did you use the key terms you just listed, above, when you conducted your searches? If not, take some time and do so!):