[< Good job in starting the paragraph with a topic sentence that reflects your thesis statement! This effectively guides your readers through the discussion.] Teamwork in basketball means working together on the court, having each other’s back.Teamwork will make things easier,if there is a problem, you have to work together to solve that problem. I’ve been in teams that had great teamwork, but also experienced bad teamwork. [< What is an example of a great teamwork?
ANSWER: a. To get something we like, we usually have to give up another thing we like. TYPE: M KEY1: D SECTION: 1 OBJECTIVE: 2 RANDOM: Y [x]. Daniel decides to spend an hour playing basketball rather than working at $6 per hour. His tradeoff is a. nothing, because he enjoys playing basketball more than working.
While in school I played soccer, basketball and bowling but spent my free time with friends enjoying video games. I have a younger sister who I spend time helping out with homework and trying to peak her interest in learning. I feel I am a good candidate to attend your school because I can offer my heart and determination and hopefully show teachers and students alike that just because a person has a disability doesn't mean they can't excel and achieve anything they put their heart
Music seems to also cheer me up. Listening to my favorite songs is an easy way to brighten up my day. In a tough situation, I would listen to music because it’s the most convenient way to relieve stress. I like the tennis strategy more, but it’s not always the best thing to get up and go outside. Listening to music can be done in any situation.
LOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE- I LOVE PLAYING CHESS, CHECKERS, OR MONOPOLY. IF SOMETHING BREAKS AND WON’T WORK, I LOOKAT THE PIECES AND TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW IT WORKS. 3. VISUAL/SPATIAL INTELLIGENCE- NONE 4. BODILY/KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCE- MY FAVORITE CLASS IS GYM BECAUSE I LIKE SPORTS.
Writing Pride Jared Drendel College Composition Hanna Holts Warner Pacific College Writing Pride _Finding Forrester_ is an excellent film. It was both exciting and compelling. I can really relate to this kind of film because I enjoy writing, and (like everyone else) I feel out of place around certain crowds of people. The main character, Jamal, was a black teenager who had amazing writing skills and was a good basketball player. Although people were ecstatic about his basketball abilities, Jamal’s true passion laid hidden in his journals.
I’ve also learned that, if you have an ultimate motivation that can help you that’s great. For my self I’ve choose to play basketball. Evan though basketball doesn’t have nothing too much to do with school, and education. It motivates me extremely. Most of the time when I’m doing my work or not up for to do my work, I think about basketball, saying if I don’t do this work then how I can stay on the team and play.
Taking opiates would release the same endorphins in my brain that I would feel when I was physically active in sports, and would cause the same high feeling that I would naturally get from winning and being in the moment on the basketball court. Opiates would temporarily make me feel at ease and happy. I tended to use them to fill that hole in my life that I was missing. It became the next twisted passion in my sick
He is known as one of the best basketball players to ever play the game. The reason for this is his amazing moves, and dunks, and just ability and love for the game. Every kid in the nineties wanted to be “Like Mike” just due to the fact that he played the game quite like no other. I will now give a professional opinion on why this ad is
Technology today does take away from the personal feelings that pen and paper can convey. Ellen Goodman was correct in her essay “In Praise of a Snail’s Pace” saying that new technology today is taking away from culture. I once saw a cartoon joke that had a person hugging their computer and saying “I love my computer, because all my friends live in it.” I laughed at that at first, but I think now I realize how true that is for some people. Technology today makes the way we communicate less personal and blander. We talk to our friends today through a computer screen more than we do face to face sometimes.