I would love to share my experience with others to help ease their transition into college life. An Honors Ambassador should excel in a few skills such as: clear communication skills and being able to connect and relate to a variety of potential students and their parents. They should hold good student values by attending every class, staying involved, or going that extra mile to express the best of their abilities. My communication skills have substantially improved since I started working as a front desk receptionist at McCorkle Sales in Claxton as a high school senior. For example, I must be able to maintain a friendly personality to every incoming customer and
J has had many life experiences, the one she treasures the most is giving her life to God. Through her mother’s eyes she could see what her life purpose was. She knew to be like her mother she needed to find God in her life and make him her first priority. If Mrs. J was writing a story about her life she would divide it by ten years of life in one chapter and so on in hopes to make it to chapter ten on day being one-hundred years old. She said it would be the best birthday party she would have ever had and the best ending to a story.
I plan to utilize the lessons I learned in high school to continue to excel in the classroom. I love the idea that by being in the JMU Honors program, I will have access to smaller classes, engaged faculty and experiential learning. I am excited at the thought of living and studying with other students who have my same academic focus and I look forward to taking advantage of every opportunity the program would offer. In summary, I think I would be the perfect candidate for the JMU Honors program because I have a desire to continually challenge myself and to strive for excellence. I want to make the most of my four years of college and, just like high school, I plan to excel academically.
Your artifact will be completely unique and representative of your field of study as well as to one of the ideas, topics, and chapters studied within the course.” I have chosen to utilize cheerleading as a form of recreational kinesthetic art to help enhance instruction in an ELA lesson plan for 3rd grade spelling words. How you ask? I will tell explain to you in the following bullet points: • 1st create a list of spelling words for third grade with ten spelling words. • 2nd take a word and create a cheer out of it by utilizing my cheerleading talent. • 3rd after all of the words have a cheer I will then teach the spelling word cheers to my students.
Throughout the speech the rhetorical devices that were most present were ethos, parallel structure, and hypophora. The author begins the essay by using ethos. She notes that majority of the students for whom the speech is for are current and past student of hers. Giving her credibility to address them since she once taught them. Another example of ethos is found closer to the end of the speech in which she reminisces on meeting some of the students as freshman and they joy she has at being able to have watch them grow over the course of their high school years with caressing works such as”, and I must say that it is truly a joy to watch and experience you become powerful forces of nature right before our eyes.
After reviewing "What is the Value of A Human Life" by Kenneth Feinberg an essay from NPR 's series This I Believe, I 've come to realize that this essay would be great for incoming English 1301 students to read and analyze. After examining the essay closely, students would see how Feinberg did and excellent job of providing a strong Introduction and Conclusion paragraph, including quotes from families of the 9/11 attack, and they will also see how Feinberg focuses on the main topic of the essay. Feinberg beings his essay by asking the reader the question, do all humans have equal rights. This is an effective way to grab the reader’s attention because questions are usually what the reader has in mind when he or she sees your topic. In the introduction Feinberg makes an argument stating that all human life should have equal value.
When my friend recommended that I should be a part of the team, I did research on what the team did in the college community and instantly wanted to be a part of this ground-breaking team. I feel like communication skills and being comfortable with many views are both great necessary qualities to have when dealing with a diverse college campus. I am very open minded and respect other people’s views even though they might not agree with my views. I possess great social skills and find myself very personable. I get along well with multiple different people which I think would be a great addition to the counseling team.
I was motivated to apply to Rice not merely because of extensive research opportunities like these, its intimate and collaborative environment, and its engagement with the Houston community, but because of how the students treat one another. After speaking with several students on campus, it is clear that Rice students are the happiest in the nation because they seek to build one another up and learn from each other. Supplement 4: The Committee on Admission is interested in getting to know each candidate as well as possible through the application process. The following essay questions are designed to demonstrate your writing skills and facilitate our full appreciation of your unique perspective. Please respond to each of the following prompts.
Moving into the real world (workforce) I will feel these same emotions once again during stressful and busy times, and people will need my empathy. Knowing this I will be able to be empathetic toward situations at hand, allowing myself and my peers to collaborate in a more operative manner. What really drives me to “my quality world” and a “life of success” are the multiple careers I dream of. Computer network engineering, audio engineering, ministering the gospel, and photography. I strive to make audio engineering and photography my hobbies, and keep Computer network engineering as my main goal when I’m done with college, with that being one of my goals I will be able to have a steady income and provide for myself.
As a part of Earth Week at our school, I did various jobs for people in my community. I believe I display all of the qualities mentioned in the four pillars of National Honor Society. I am a person of good character who displays the six pillars of character in everything I do. I provide leadership and service in many ways and value education as a lifelong learner. Being a member of the National Honor Society would motivate me even more to be the best version of myself and help to create change in positive