My Greatest Accomplishment A truly great accomplishment is something that lasts and requires determination and extensive effort. For me, making the Texas Small School All-State Mixed Choir was my biggest accomplishment because it opened me up to new passions, taught me how to work hard, and set me on the path I am on today. In my sophomore year, I joined choir simply to get my fine arts credit out of the way. At the time I did not have any plans for college and was uncertain on what I wanted to do with my life after high school. I honestly hated school and just wanted to get it over with.
The book The Zookeeper’s Wife by Diane Ackerman is about a families life during World War II. It is mainly about how Antonina had an impact on many people’s life. It starts off telling what the zoo looks like in great detail. It talks about how the young animals get to stay in the villa with them and Rys and Antonina help take care of them. They go to a cabin they have in the woods because they get news that the Germans are going to invade Poland next.
These struggles I had to face really hurt me inside, but I kept going and nothing could stop me. I had an interest of writing ever since I was young. I had a very pleasing childhood with my siblings. I remember the first day that I could write and talk. The person who really inspire me to start writing was my aunt.
My father 's efforts to help us feel more comfortable and at home continued. With the new house came our first year in an American school. My brother and I were eager to attend school, not knowing how many obstacles we would have to overcome. The first two years of attending an American school were the most difficult for us. Though, we made friends those same friends made an entertainment of our inability
"From the summer of my twelfth year I carry a series of images more vivid and lasting than any other of my boyhood and indelible beyond all attempts the years make to erase or fade them...."(pg.11). These events that had taken place had affected a virtuous child and he ended up witnessing the world for what it exactly is. Evil. Throughout the story David starts off as a sweet innocent child and although he is a Hayden he has not become one emotionally or mentally. That was until he overheard a conversation between his parents about Marie Little Soldier, David 's childhood love.
All through out band it was the only thing I could think about. I was so excited to go home and tell my parents the good news! One of the most scariest moments I had to do was change from going to the elementary school to going to the intermediate school. I didn’t know what to expect. I couldn’t stop thinking about what happens if I would have gotten lost or having to meet all the new people that would be coming to lincoln from all the other elementary 's.
When living in Arizona her mom was a preschool teacher and one of the students was diagnosed with Diabetes. She was able to help the little girl and her family get through the tough time and be a big role model to her. Fernihough said that Diabetes has allowed her to see everything in a new way. She has a new perspective on life that most people don’t have. Diabetes has changed Fernihough for the better and has allowed her to tell her impactful story.
Born on April 3rd, 1934, Jane Goodall has changed the world. When Jane was little over a year old, her father gave her a lifelike toy chimpanzee to celebrate the newborn chimpanzee in the London Zoo. This might have been the thing that sparked her curiosity about these chimpanzees. Her family thought that the chimpanzee would give her nightmares, but Jane loved the toy. She named it Jubilee, and to this day it is still in her room.
The first day of summer after my Kindergarten year I went home and set up a classroom of my own and pretended I was a teacher. Since that day I have always known I’ve wanted to be a teacher and that is part of the reason of why I am here. As I grew up and my family members started having children of their own, I really began to find some of who I was and the answer to the why of why I wanted to be a teacher. Being around kids, even though at the time I was a kid myself, I learned that I had a special connection and patience with them. When I became old enough to babysit I couldn’t get enough of it.
At the age of two I was put in the arms of a woman to reunite with my parents. My heart full of sorrow knew I had to follow the steps of many other children and leave my grandparents behind. After about a seventeen hour drive we stopped at a bus stop, my heart began to ache and tears rolled down my cheeks. I faintly heard my name within the crowd and saw my parents; we were once again reunited. Regardless of the challenges immigrants-such as myself-may face, they are willing to risk their lives in order to come into the land of opportunity.