Analyze Gerald’s interviews in light of Model 6-2 Interviewing Steps. How well did Washington follow those steps?
What types of questions did it seem Washington used during the interview process?
In reviewing the Exhibit 6-1: Steps in the Selection Process, how successful was Washington in making their selection of Gerald for the job? Suggestions for improvement?
e appears to emphasize reality, this play actually emphasizes appearances and how appearances are a crucial component of this play. 1) Bassanio used his appearances to impress not only the people of Venice but also Portia of Belmont. One reason this play accentuates appearances is because Bassanio emphasizes his appearance all through his life. He wants to appear rich to gain a good reputation around Venice. For instance, when Bassanio says, “‘Tis not unknown to you, Antonio, / How much I have disabled mine estate, / By something showing a more swelling port / Than my faint means would grant continuance” (Act I, Scene 1, lines 122-125) he confesses that he uses all his money in his fancy appearance for the obvious reason that he wants everyone to like him. 2) Throughout the play, Bassanio works to make himself appear different then what he actually is, placing appearance over reality. 3) Shylock appeared to be a kind and generous man. For instance when Shylock says, “I would be friends with you and have your love, / Forget the shames that you have stained me with, / Supply your present wants, and take no doit / Of usance for my moneys, and you’ll not hear me: / This is kind I offer.” (Act I, Scene 3, lines 135-139) he appears to be friendly and kind by offering the money Bassanio needs, which deceives Antonio and Bassanio into thinking that Shylock really wants to let bygones be bygones even though Antonio obviously looks down on him. 4) Portia used her appearance to deceive all the men of Venice into thinking she was a male. For example, when Portia says, “Therefore, prepare thee to cut off the flesh. / Shed thou no blood, nor cut less nor more / But just a pound of flesh: if thou tak’st more or less than a just pound, be it but so much / As makes it light or heavy in the substance, / Or the division of the twentieth part / Of one poor scrumple, nay, if the scale do turn/ But in the estimation of a hair, / Thou diest and all thy goods are confiscate.” (Act IV, Scene 1, lines 320-328) she acts skillfully like a real civil doctor. Her appearance makes the men of Venice think that she is a male and tricks everyone into treating her like a male. If she didn’t disguise herself like a male, the men of Venice would not take her seriously due to the fact that she was female, thus resulting in Antonio dying. In conclusion because Portia’s appearance was needed to not only choose a husband but to save Antonio’s life as well, the play emphasizes appearance over reality. here…>GET ANSWER