Food should be served at the correct temperature; temperature should be monitored if food is kept in warming trays. 1.2 The main reason for implementing food safety is to keep individuals from becoming ill due to food not properly prepared. In a large setting such as banquets, weddings or group gatherings you can make a large portion of the population ill by not following proper food safety. These illnesses can range from mild (upset stomach, headache) to severe (death). Food should be thrown out or refrigerated after being left out for 2 hours.
She has taught me so many things and has always been there for me on and off the field, she is someone that I can really look up to. ------------------------------------------------- Softball has always been a passion of mine; it’s what my life revolves around. I was always very excited for high school, especially softball. When I broke my leg Freshman year and couldn’t play, I was very sad,
The fifth intelligence is the musical-rhythmic intelligence which is the ability to master music as well as rhythms, tones and beats. The interpersonal intelligence is the ability to communicate effectively with other people and to be able to develop relationships. The seventh intelligence is the intrapersonal intelligence which is the ability to understand your own emotions, motivations, inner states of being, and self-reflection. Discuss at least two of the “Seven Intelligences” that apply most closely to you, providing examples to illustrate your point. The first intelligence that is closely related to me would be the interpersonal intelligence.
(explain beanball) So, let’s begin. Baseball has always been known to be a game where players have to play both sides of the ball, offense and defense. Players have always grown up learning to play the game defensively and offensively; it’s part of the game. With a designated hitter, there is no need for the players to need to know how to play defense. It is unfair, that players who are tremendous hitters but are defensively handicapped get to play just as a hitter.
A-In 1997 Rockdale Youth Baseball Association’s coach Eddie Bagwell invited the first child with a disability to play baseball on his team; Michael a 7 year old child in a wheel chair attended every game and practice, while cheering on his 5 year old brother play America’s favorite pass-time. And in 1998, other children with disabilities were invited to play baseball on a typical baseball field within the baseball complex of the Rockdale Youth Baseball Association (RYBA). The players had expressed the desire to dress in uniforms, make plays in the field, and round the bases just like their main stream peers. The league began with 35 players on four teams that first year. There were no programs to copy.
My Glory Days When I was twelve years old, I wanted to be a baseball player. Unluckily for me and my dreams, I did not make it to the major leagues. That did not stop me from waking up every morning and making myself better, so I could play on the team called the Trinidad and Tobago’s. Like me, my teammates had intense workouts and ambitions to get better. One event in my childhood stands out clearly in my memory and become stronger as I grow older.
I run all the bases and score the winning point for the team. Everyone's cheering and telling me how great I did. Then I hear an annoying buzzing sound and realize it was just a dream. I reach over and hit the snooze button. I'm so not ready to start my first day at Bay view heights.
Throughout my life, I have seen myself as someone whose perseverance leads them to what they enjoy in life. In addition, I think that someone with a strong sense of perseverance can become happier then before by pursuing the things they treasure most. When I was about ten or eleven years old, one thing that I was truly devoted to was baseball. During this part of my life, I encountered my first true experience where I persevered to achieve something I enjoyed. I set a goal to try-out for and make a competitive, inter-state travel baseball team.