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Unit 1 Vocab

cd 3rd hour vocab unit 1

TermDefinitionSentence Example
Ability a skill that has been developed People's ability to work can be very different.
Aptitude the natural ability or potential for learning new skills Some people have the aptitude to learn how to play the piano.
Attitude a person's outlook on life, usually positive or negative Her attitude was a nuisance to everyone of her friends.
Interest a thing a person enjoys doing or thinking about Will's interest in learning how to play the piano was strange.
Learning Style natural method or way one thinks or learns Tim's learning style included pictured examples.
Lifestyle typical way of life John had a terrible lifestyle, as he missed work most days.
Personality the combination of attitude, values, interests, and behaviors that identify a person Bob's personality was one of a kind.
Respect consideration, especially for others Will had a lot of respect for Bob.
Self concept the way in which a person views his or her self-worth. John's self concept was he is the best.
Self esteem recognition and regard for oneself and one's abilities Bob had high self esteem due to him being able to master the trumpet.
Skill the ability to perform a certain activity well Tim had lots of skill in athletics.
Values personal standards by which one lives. John's values were to live in the nicest house and drive the nicest car, yet he never works to achieve his goal.
Work Environment the surroundings and conditions of your workplace John's work environment was old, rusty, and filled with dust.
Working Conditions the environment of the workplace Bob's working conditions were the cleanest, and nicest of all of the buildings in the city.
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