The girls were executing every play to perfection. We won the game, silencing a team of seniors who had taunted us for weeks before the game. Almost sweeter than our decisive win, I realized, was the fact that we were celebrating our win as a group of close friends, many of whom we had just made a few short months
I really enjoyed getting to know 2 of my team members whom I worked very closely with on this project and will keep in touch with after this class is long over. As for what could have gone better, I feel we had some serious disruptions that caused our group to form in a reactive manner… versus naturally; I would have liked to experience a more solid group experience. 2. If working in a group: What did you learn from working in a project group? Aside from the class content I learned that I don’t wait for things to happen I went into this telling my group that under no circumstance could I lead this project but I found myself incapable of waiting for things to evolve on their own, I have more of a leader personality than I thought.
Forrest 1 Callie Forrest Mr. Strohm Advanced English 17 April 2014 Misty May-Treanor Volleyball is a team sport. Every single player on the team trains together, plays together, and wins together. However, Misty May-Treanor has won more games and has more tournament victories under her belt than any other female volleyball player. She grew up playing volleyball with her father on the beaches of Los Angeles. She has always trained hard at what she does, and it all has paid off.
Due to Stephanie being very active in sports throughout her younger years, staying physically fit was never an issue she had to worry about. She was very satisfied with her physical appearance. However, as she got older and her job demanded more of her, she was not able to keep up with all the practices and participate in the weekly games. She slowly dropped out of sports because she had to work in order to support herself. Little by little she noticed her physical appearance changing.
Women athletes have made huge strides since Title IX but there is still room for improvement. The media coverage of female athletes needs to change for all the young girls who look up to these female athletes as role models and the mass media needs to take a more active role and cover male and female sports equally. (Will Anything Change, http://femaleathletes.wordpress.com/, May 5, 2008) The text was directed mostly toward women athlete community, while speaking to any woman who has had experience with the culture of the athlete community also; targeting male and female to understand the discriminating
Each member compliments each style in certain ways with the different characteristics and traits. The producer looks into accomplishing bigger and better goals within a timetable and can delegate tasks when necessary. The adventurer seeks primary goals, can deal with confrontation and seeks to get things done quickly. The steadiness style member is a go-getter, and looks for concrete short-term results and can be very industrious. My learning team consists of 3 dominant women members that have found a way to collaborate and make it work in a team
I am an incoming freshman and also a recruit of Pat Hanlon’s for the 2011-2012 Oswego State Women’s Volleyball team. When making my decision for which college to attend, I was inspired by everything that the team had to offer. The team striked me as so welcoming, they had an enormous amount of chemistry while playing together, and were truly amazing ,enthusiastic individuals. After seeing one game, my decision to attend Suny Oswego was finalized. My mom and I attended a match last fall season and I felt such an amazing vibe from the girls.
Ask if there is anything that they would like to change about themselves? Sharon is very intelligent and she loves working hard in school. She loves taking on challenges and facing struggles that come around in life. 3. What are their special interests or hobbies outside of school?
I recognized her, the best female basketball player that played for Jarvis. She was offered to go play down at the states, at those big time colleges like, Harvard, and UCLA. My sister whispered something into her ear. Her friend then challenged me to a game of one-on- one, in a sweet slow voice. Forgetting all about the game, I gladly accepted.
Watkins mentioned how she and her professional staff developed a plan and take provisions to handle the challenges they encounter. When I asked her to further touch on this topic, Ms. Rodgers handed me an outline of her classroom rules and reward program. She said that her staff is a major factor in enforcing these rules. She has two in class support specialists which I will ask her about further later in the interview. Ms. Rodgers mentions that the class rules and reward program play a major part in trying to prevent behaviors.