I like reading, music, art, TV, and cats. I play the cello, piano, and I 'm joining band soon. I love little kids (under the age of 4). My mom sends me to my old daycare place in the morning, because she thinks I 'm going to leave the lights on and burn the house down, so I see a lot of little kids. As you can tell, I 'm very awesome, creative,
Matthew has followed along with my interest. He remembers when I was addicted to Pokemon- both cards and game. I would bring my Pokemon cards to school everyday! I would also bring my DS to play Pokemon with my friends during aftercare, and I would use my Action Replay to cheat in level 100 Pokemon. I really liked tennis since 5th grade.
Introduction As a young child, I was very shy with a giant heart. I thought the best in everyone and was anxious about others and whether or not they liked me. I lived in a small town up until I turned ten years old, living with my biological and abusive, absent parents. I was a good student, afraid to fail and upset my mother. Although shy, I loved my friends and siblings and thought the best in every situation.
Kiyomi Rae Yasunaga is a thirteen year old girl who lives in Madera ranchos. Kiyomi had attended 2 schools during her elementary years which were Webster elementary and St. Joachim’s, before attending St. Anthony’s of Padua. She is now an 8th grader who is kind and caring to all of her peers. She loves hanging out with her friends and family members on weekends along with doing her two favorite hobbies including softball and basketball. Her favorite color is pink and she loves watching her favorite show Pretty Little Liars on Netflix.
I enjoyed the role play because I was able to receive feedback about my progress. The feedback I received after the role playing exercise was to allow silence. I learned this in group supervision last week but I think it is hard for me to incorporate silence into practice. For instance, I am not entirely comfortable with the silence or awkwardness. However, I think with more practice I will be comfortable and able to allow the silence that occurs in therapy.
Year round schooling has many benefits.In the text it states “Frequent breaks are good for students. They have less stress when they go back to school after a short break. They become more eager to learn”.this shows that when kids go back to school after a short break they are more excited about learning. In the text it states “ One student said, "I love it. Just about the time I 'm really tired, I get a break."
I like to play video games or watch TV after I have finished all my homework. I sometimes even like to play in the rain. When I grow up I would like to be a veterinarian. A sport that i enjoy is tennis. My favorite school subjects are Math, Reading, and P.E.
Joselin Pineda Guatemala, the place where I took my first breath. I spent half of my life in this place, I created many happy memories. I would say I had a pretty happy childhood, but I always felt like there was something missing in my life. Maybe it was the love of both of my parents. I tried hard not to think about them, but it was hard not to.
My family and I usually argue about stuff but during this whole week it was just smiles and laughter. That was something that I loved most about the whole trip. I was grateful that my parents actually could afford the trip because I know other kids like me can’t. This made me the person I am today because it showed me that being happy is way better than being sad and alone. When I’m having a hard time I just relax and really focus on that trip and how we all loved each other.
The rhythm was pretty upbeat and not all too complicated. I think the music must have included quite a bit of improvisation as they would be playing for a while before taking a break. I mean they could have changed songs, but sometimes it just sounded like they kept making new melodies for the same song. I liked it. It seemed very free.