Academic term Essays

  • Negative Effects Of Social Networking Essay

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    Social networks are quite common and popular in this modern era and it is part of our daily life. Almost every individual, young or old, is now available on social networks. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Tumblr and many more are the examples of the social networking sites. The reason why these sites are trending is due to their benefits. We can use the social networking sites to connect with people from different parts of the world, stay updated with our school mates, and find new clients

  • Persuasive Speech On Computer Notebooks

    791 Words  | 4 Pages

    Title: Notebook computers should replace the traditional textbooks for students General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to use notebook computers instead of textbooks for studying purpose I. INTRODUCTION (Attention) A. Attention Material/Credibility Material: 1. As a student what do you guys feel to carry a heavy bag filled with textbooks inside? Don’t you guys feel that was too much burden to move around every day to class with a heavy bag which also caused your

  • Reflective Essay: My Work As A Resident Advisor

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    From my work as a Resident Advisor this year, I have improved my time management and organizational skills. Taking fifteen credit hours, serving as a work-study student, coordinating internships through APPLES Service-Learning, and working as a Resident Advisor are a few of the things that I had on my plate throughout this semester. Keeping up with these responsibilities seems like a somewhat daunting task – what’s the perfect balance between these commitments? Throughout this last year, I found

  • 3/C Midship Reflection

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    I chose to counsel a 3/C midshipmen who is in my squad this semester. As a fire team leader I have been fortunate to have been given many opportunities to counsel numerous midshipmen in my fire team. After my initial counseling session with the 3/C, I was able to figure out the basics such as, CQPR, ECA, aptitude, conduct grade. When this assignment presented itself to me I realized that I could use this to make significant strides on this particular 3/C midshipmen. I had decided to peruse this 3/C

  • Personal Narrative: Eddie's Shadowing Internship

    957 Words  | 4 Pages

    Time passes so fast, the last time I did shadowing was during my previous internship last year and it was still during Wave 1. Having did shadowing before, I had already envisage on what I am supposed to do and what I will be experiencing. However this time, I felt that it was very different from the wave 1 where we have already arrange for an interview instead of door knocking. From my previous experiences, I was already expecting unique and funny encounters and today’s shadowing lived up to my

  • Glorfindel's POV Character Analysis

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    Glorfindel’s POV ‘I fear my strength does not lie in music. As Ecthelion told me, I must relax my fingers, and strengthen them. I hope that within two months I will be able to play it well enough to show Hwa-Young. This way...I think I can help her grief. She has a grief that has been stabbing her heart for a long time. I do not know what it is, but I know that this song will help her.....and I hope the Válar will be kind enough to help me when I play it for her. Two Months Later (Aldúya, Day

  • Essay On Professional Goals

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    different goals and things that they want to accomplish. Goals are something that people look up to or use as an excuse to do well. Goals are something that should be looked at every day and be worked towards every day Academic goals are at the top of my goals list. My academic goals are to get a 4.0 and to get to know my teachers. A 4.0 will help me get looked at by a good college. Getting to know my teachers is going to help me when i don’t understand something or need help. The 4.0 will help

  • Narrative Essay About Playing Basketball

    1191 Words  | 5 Pages

    Did you know every human body has 206 bones? Instead of having 206 bones, I have 206 ½ now. This is definitely a story I was never going forget about, with all the pain, tears, and laughs involved. In P.E. one day in 8th grade, for our unit we played basketball. We got all warmed up and ready to play but first we had to go through the instructions. I thought I would volunteer to help out the teacher, and show other people what to do and how to play. A few of us showed them how to pick spots on

  • Reflective Essay About My English Class

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    Upon registering for an English Class for winter quarter, I had one goal in mind: take the easiest English class I could, breeze through the class, boost my GPA, and finish my English prerequisite. Thankfully, this class did not fulfill that goal. As my first English class at the university, this class challenged the way I thought, and shed light on my strengths and weaknesses. In high school, I had a substantial amount of English experience under my belt, as I had taken all honors and AP English

  • The Pros And Cons Of Self-Study In School

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    According to the article “School on Snow Days”, the writer illustrates that during snow days, schools are closing for a long time. The writer says that schools were canceled for safety reasons. However, some people are worried because there are many schools are canceled during snow days. Some school districts started to use the pilot program as a solution. The pilot program is an online schooling that allowed the learners to do schoolwork from home during snow days. Students could surf the Internet

  • Reflective Analysis: The Importance Of Listening In My Class

    1003 Words  | 5 Pages

    Listening is a crucial part in communication that allows us to become more effective and productive in our personal lives and also in a professional setting like in school. As a student at UC Davis, listening is essential in order to obtain success in my classes as I must listen to my professor’s lectures in order to comprehend the class material. By examining 4 listening practices and putting them into action helped me become a better listener during lectures and become more efficient and productive

  • Summary Of Walter Dean Myers's 'Bad Boy'

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    “Bad boy” is a story about a kid who likes to act up and get in trouble in class until his teacher helps him by giving him a book to read to fill up the spaces in his life by distracting himself from getting in trouble.Sometimes in life there are kds in class/school who act up and dont get their work done, Sometimes in life kids find ways to get out of getting in trouble by distracting themselves by doing something good, Sometomes in life people help you until they had enough of you but then when

  • Iep Reflection

    681 Words  | 3 Pages

    I had stupendous grades, and I was flourishing in all of my classes. But after a while, I stared to skip school with my friends, because we thought classes were dull. Since I had an IEP school didn’t matter to me because as long as I reached the academic goal I’d be fine. I didn’t care if I failed or passed a test because nothing mattered to me. I thought I was stupid and that no one thought that I was smart, so what was the point of being there? My stellar grades dropped tremendously. But I still

  • Personal Narrative: My First Cross Country Race

    630 Words  | 3 Pages

    I felt sweat drip down my face, my legs burned as I gasped for air, which did not seem to be coming in. Every step I took strained my burning muscles. I heard the muffled cheering in my ringing ears, but couldn’t find the strength to muster a response. I looked up to see the finish line and as I neared it, caught a glimpse of the clock: 33:52. My first cross country race was finally over and I thought to myself, why did I join this sport? Junior year was my first season of cross country. I wanted

  • Honors College Reflection

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    My first year of school at the University of Arkansas was even more spectacular than I could have wished for. In the fall I participated in the Razorback Marching Band. It immersed me in Razorback traditions and helped me to feel welcome here so far from home. I made friends and learned how to allocate my time wisely for studying and getting homework done. I took the first two semesters of the Honors Humanities Project (H2P) and thoroughly enjoyed the subject. It was an insight into the Honors College

  • Obstacles In College

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    School had always been something I was good at. All through my academic career, up until my sophomore year of college, school never stressed me out too bad. Trying to be a successful student, employee, friend, and family member can be very overwhelming. Once I entered college I was faced with many obstacles that challenged me to balance all the roles in my life. During my fall semester of my sophomore year in college I experienced the most difficult time ever. I expired burnout, before I knew

  • Personal Narrative: My Freshman Year At IUPUI Top 100 Student

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    The summer before my freshman year at IUPUI I had three goals I told myself I would accomplish. I wanted to hold a leadership position in at least one student organization, create relationships with people that would last far beyond college, and graduate in three years,. I knew who I was; therefore I knew accomplishing these goals would require challenging myself and truly stepping out of my comfort zone. I believe I should be apart of IUPUI Top 100 students because in a few short months I can

  • Marching Band Challenges

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    This was a significant point for me because I was going at my own problems alone. As the season progressed I got better until concert band season. During concert band season almost everyone did not want to continue to play music because of the long-term teachers for the music classes. It slowly got to the point where no one but me in my section was going to the rehearsals. This led me to needing to learn multiple parts and led to odd points during practice where I was the only one playing while panicking

  • Reflective Essay: How Texas Roadhouse Changed My Life

    670 Words  | 3 Pages

    It all began after my first semester here at A&M. I was somewhat disappointed because I had hoped to meet lots of new people and make new friends but that wasn’t exactly the case. You hear how people make some of their truest and lifelong friends in college however, after my first semester I still didn’t have any friends here. It was hard because I moved here from Idaho so I was completely starting over and also because I was fairly shy. So here was my first summer in Texas and I didn’t have anyone

  • Personal Narrative: My Sophomore Year In High School

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    A time I faced my biggest challenge was halfway into my sophomore year in high school. Up until then I was pretty healthy, but not obsessed with being overly healthy. I did everything any typical high schooler did. I stayed up late, got up early, went out on the weekends, but never to big parties. I never did anything that I knew would harm my health, so I wasn’t exactly like most high schoolers. About twice a year my youth group did a lock-in, which is basically a bunch of high schoolers pulling