Just one super day or hour or even just one great play that is seen by just one coach or even a friend of a coach could lead to a full-ride college scholarship. If you can jump out of the gym, believe me, the coaching world will hear about you. Campers should arrive at camp in tip-top shape. The coaches will give little attention or time to a player who is out of shape. At least know and use basic basketball skills.
I thought about this, when did sports become the main culture at schools? Why do we as a culture treat athletics better than academics? I was talking to my friend, Joey Anders about his new school Clayton Valley. He told me he wanted to go to Northgate but his parents put him in Clayton Valley. They did this because, Joeys a good basketball player and they want him to be at a school with a better basketball team.
In my 2nd year in college our P.E. was table tennis and I admitted that I don't know how to play with it, how was the mechanics and I don't know even how was the racket handled properly. After practicing and practicing I can say that I have improved my skills in table tennis and it was proven by the grade I received. Even though we can't perfect everything, by just admitting our weaknesses and practicing we can achieved excellence on everything. “I say what I want to say and do what I want to do.
When I first started playing basketball, I was not anything special and was just an average player. During sixth through eighth grade, my mother and father signed me up for recreational basketball. Throughout the season I felt fine playing with people I knew and developed as a player, which gave me a sense of comfortability during sixth through seventh grade. In eighth grade the team that I had played for, and the guys I befriended had either stopped playing basketball or found an interest in new sports. When eighth grade began, my decision became clear that I could tryout for the school team or play another year of recreational basketball.
I used to be an unhappy child, I thought so. My parents were divorced when I was only a little child. Both of them went to seek a new love, so I stayed with my grandmother. When I was a 6th grade student, I am pretty stubborn and mischievous. I rarely obeyed the school rules and making waves was what I enjoyed.
THE INSTINCT…… The love for architecture in me did not come up all of a sudden, but it took years. Since, I was only girl child of my parents, the best companion I have ever had in my childhood is Lego blocks. I have gained dexterity that made me creative by making my own designs. Reaching higher classes, my parent’s concern about my studies increased and I was introduced to long time study hours. I used to take a break watching National geographic channel, I still remember it was the construction of “Palm Island” in progress (2007) and I was in my 9th grade.
Even though I ended my career of basketball it allowed me to build friendships. For example, I was able to meet my life long best friend through basketball because she played with us but just went to a different school in the community. With those friendships that I made, I was also able to create memories. I will never forget the time we went to Wasusa for State in 7th grade. I may not remember the plays that we ran, or even if we won the game or not, but I do remember being surrounded by my friends and swimming at the hotel we stayed at.
How would you have intervened? At some point he tried to get a toy that another kid was playing with and he started crying because he was being ignored. In this case, I would have tried to distract him by showing him another toy and play with him. • What do you think that the child was feeling during that time? I think the child was excited to play with others, however he felt ignored as the older kids were not paying attention to him.
A childhood show Doraemon always shows a lesson at the end of each episode. Nobita, Doraemon's owner, is a child who is known to be lazy and doesn’t perform well at school. Doraemon enters Nobita’s life and provides him gadgets. As a result, Nobita just keeps on getting lazier. But at last, he learns his lessons that there is no easy way or special gadget to success.