Half way through the outline I decided to change my character from Taystee from Orange is the New Black to Annalise Keating, so I had to scrap it and start fresh. When working through my new outline I did not go in any order which is probably why everything might not flow. I took a break from the paper for a day to just watch episodes from the show that back up my thoughts on paper, and it helped me add more details. I believe that the peer reviews were very beneficial in wrapping up my writing process. With the first peer review I was able to get some much need feed back on the gaps in my paper.
My Motivation Everybody has that special person who motivates you to do better. Or it could just be something you want and motivates you to keep working to achieve what you want. Or sometimes you could be your own motivation to be what you want in life, there's a lot of diffrents things that could motivate a person to achieve what they want to be. What Motivates you to do better?. Do you wake up everyday and start your day because you have to or is there something that motivates you to do it?
It takes a while for me to understand the material that I learn in each of my classes. I wanted to follow in my big sister 's footsteps, so I did what she did to achieve my goal of being like my sister. Each day at school, I focused on the material I learned in each of my classes. I worked hard on every worksheet that was handed to me in class. After I got home from school, I immediately started on my homework and I did not stop until I was finished.
She grew up in a small town named Morrisville, Vermont. Beckie attended Morrisville Grade School which was where her father went to grade school, and People’s Academy for high school. Beckie’s favorite subjects in school were English and history. In the high school yearbook Beckie always got voted as the one never to be seen without makeup. Her hair was and still is her #1 worry; in high school she wouldn’t care how late it was and would always put pin curlers in her hair every night.
I am the first in my family to go to college and with that being said, I have always felt the pressure to be the best role model and example for my younger sisters. Growing up, my parents have always been really strict on me, more than they have been with my younger sisters. I never really understood why, until now two months after my fathers’ death. My fathers’ dream was always to see his three daughters graduate with a college degree. Both of my parents, especially my father always expressed to me the importance my education, for my future.
Many times I will have to skip events to study and struggle to find time for all the relationships I have developed. Time management and persistence have allowed me to overcome this problem. Regardless of how busy my social or extracurricular life becomes, I always make time for school. I have had a great high school career, earning all “A’s” over the past four years. I play varsity for all three of the sports I am currently in and are going to be promoted next month at my job.
A part of me always knew I wanted to be a teacher and there are dozens of old pictures to prove it. When I was in elementary school, I went to a church festival where an antique wooden row-desk from an old schoolhouse was being auctioned off. Smitten, I spent every dime of my allowance and won that desk. For years to come, my mom delightedly snapped photos of me while I stood in front of that desk teaching my stuffed animals English. The older I grew, the more I placed my passion for academics into my own studies instead of an imaginary classroom.
Creativity can be defined as the willingness to be courageous, adventurous, daring and to try new things. Creative people take risks and produce some of the best ideas. When designing and making, creative work is likely to bring about original knowledge which will incur risk taking. Innovation and risk taking are skills that are close together, everyone that knows it have to deal with creating something new everyday. Being creative does not only involve the study of art, which is how it has been perceived through the years.
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious….the source of all true art and science (Clarkson, 2001) this come to realization that perhaps arts is an important part of cultures since the beginning. Everything that we do, we think, we feel or know cannot be described by words alone. The arts are beneficial not only to those who create art but also those who experience those creations. Great works of arts inspires so, the process too. When a student experience to draw his/her experiences in life, create a poem, sketches a landscape, builds sets for a theatre performance and others, the students has a chance to create, wonder, imagine and learn.
In the club they had a thing going on were they collected reading glasses and fix them and give them away to kids who needed them. They also had an other things happening were the woman in the club got together to make blankets for the need and they made a total of 300 blankets. Each of the members shook the school board member hands and took a group picture. At that point of the meeting there were not much people at the meeting most of them left when their children were presented. The nest people who were up was the principle from Mercedes Early College Academy who won the education person of the year.