A teacher who knows how to make a connection between him and his students is one thing that makes us, students, admire him. I remember my Math teacher some years ago. His subject was one of the hardest subjects we took on that year level. On the first day of class, he started by getting our names and giving us an oral recitation to see if we could still remember the basics of the subject. As the days went by, I became more impressed by the teacher.
I have always wanted to be a Valedictorian and I told myself I could do it. Although it wasn't always easy, I achieved my goal. The high school grading system has alot to do with my achievement. I would say it can be very effective to certain people, like me. It sets the bar for everyone.
Procrastinating homework is never a good idea. Even though you may not want to do it, it is always a better idea to get the homework done and over with. After putting of my Frankenstein paper for quite sometime, I have learned many lessons. I have learned to get my homework done in a timely manner, plan ahead, and be more thorough with my work. After procrastinating a lot of my homework this year, I have learned now, for second semester that I need to step it up a little bit.
We trained everyday after class for dribbling, passing, shooting, blocking, screening, free throwing. In addition to these basic skills, we also practiced a lot on tactics; for instance, pick and roll, zone defense, give and go, fast break and backdoor cut. All of us were so fully absorbed and enjoyed in these practices that we did not stop until it
After playing sports while in high school I developed a sense of being a team player and being a leader on the team. Management is just like a sports team and it needs leaders to point everyone in the right direction and make sure they are on the same page. Managers have to develop game plans because you always want to make sure you have everyone in their right position to be successful, being able to pass your vision on to others and have them buy into the concept and execute it to the fullest is the goal of a true manager. I am a people person and being a manager you must have good people skills, because you deal with people every day from your employees, customers, vendors, or your bosses. You learn how to organize, have a positive attitude, and think creatively.
In reality some form of club sports such as AAU, Babe Ruth Baseball and many other organizations have been around in various forms. Post high school season all-star clubs ranging from kids in the 7th grade to high school have been around for many years. The collection of youth players considered to be elite in their sports were selected to travel and play in various geographic areas. The all-star teams of yesterday over years developed into a format which is now known today as travel clubs. Highly skilled athletic youth are often exposed to heightened levels of competition.
This experience showed me that working together is important and you can learn a lot from others on the team. Being an active member of the cheerleading squad enabled me to see just how much a sport can change a person’s life. I contributed to the team by helping out wherever I was needed. Sometimes I spotted girls that were flyers and other times I was a flyer. I contributed patience to the team because when I could not get a dance down I did not give up.
I know that when you have an education it is a good thing. School is a place where you could learn a lot of different that you don't know. I know that I learn a lot of thing I didn't know but I know them. By going to school you make new friends, and you seea lot of different people like people that is not from the United States. At school you do classwork and do all type of assignment your teacher told you to do.
Also I managed to complete all the tasks in the given time limit that we got given. Motivation played a big part on me passing this because I got great support at home by my family and also I got support from the teachers and my friends as well at school. Also I think that because I was interested in the subject and wanted to learn, which helped me pass my maths GCSE. The teacher helped me pass also because he was strict but he knew what needed doing and he would always push people to their limits and know when people needed motivation, he also made the room have a positive feeling and he would
Unfortunately, when my mom comes home from work exhausted and doesn’t feel like doing anything, she tells me that I have to help my little sister finish her homework. Not only, but also its obligated in my house to respect each other in every way. Getting older is tough, when you have plentiful to do. Doing my greatest in school is something my parents expect a lot from. Asking plenty questions in class and understanding every little thing that the teacher is saying is what my mom wants from me.