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- May 11, '12 by Simply ComplicatedQuote from michelemybellWell the instructions are not very detailed at all. So I think I'm just going to leave it as is. I got the genogram to go on the first page anyways, and I made a key on the 2nd page. So if I loose a point over not labeling things, so be it. It's not worth the headache for me.They said to draw it according to the instructions. I asked TA how detailed it needed to be, like lines thru the deceases. She said just according to the website...to the best of your ability. So there ya have it!!!! I couldn't get the lines so I ended it there. I just typed deceased in each (right click, add text.) Might not fit so well depending on the size of the figures.
- May 11, '12 by KOUStudentQuote from mtsteelhorseI thought this class got better after the first week.Hey everbody! Week two looks better...hang in there!
- May 11, '12 by KOUStudentQuote from Simply ComplicatedWhen I took the class, I didn't label the shapes, I used the key to identify the shapes and colors.Ugh, I procrastinated way to much this week. Anyways, I have the stupid genogram drawn, had my colors and erased the entire freaking thing on accident. Luckily I had saved it prior to coloring it in, so I didn't loose it. Anyways, I can't figure out how to actually label the circles and squares. Following the instructions to create it, it had me do it in a drawing canvas, but it won't let me type in it. Any ideas? Am I doing something wrong?
- May 12, '12 by Simply ComplicatedQuote from KOUStudentShould I do a different color for the paternal and maternal side?When I took the class, I didn't label the shapes, I used the key to identify the shapes and colors.
- May 12, '12 by michelemybellQuote from Simply ComplicatedI did not add a key . Did the website say to do that??? I used different colors for each nationality.....Irish- green, Italian-red, siblings and I both colors. My first sentence listed the 2 backgrounds.....that's all.Should I do a different color for the paternal and maternal side?Last edit by michelemybell on May 12, '12 : Reason: additional comment
- May 12, '12 by 2yearrnbacompletely agree!!!
- May 12, '12 by NBanasz1Really tired of working with the genogram, I thought I knew word pretty well but I actually had to google how to put the first page in landscape format and the rest in portrait, and I will probabally get dinged for that. Going to upload this and get it over with. On an interesting note I discovered that I am a first generation american, who knew?
- May 12, '12 by NBanasz1Formatting this paper was a nightmare
- May 12, '12 by deltaroxxy2Quote from michelemybelli didn't have a key either. my shapes were color coded and i just wrote inside of the shapes and indicated in the shapes if the person was first generation..i did not add a key . did the website say to do that??? i used different colors for each nationality.....irish- green, italian-red, siblings and i both colors. my first sentence listed the 2 backgrounds.....that's all.
question #1 is how i addressed what the colors meant: [color=#333333]the color red in my genome represents..... the color blue represents...... the color purple represents......
i provided no references, and kept my responses to the questions short and simple.
- May 12, '12 by cincinursemaryOne week down. Yeah!
That was a lot of busy work. This is only the second class for me, but it seems like they over do the first week with busy work.
Please let the rest be easier.