Growing up is a journey we all have to travel. Everyone makes their own paths on an adventure of change. Along the way, the path will be beautiful and smooth-sailing, bumpy and rough, and sometimes conflict will appear out of the blue. At times forks in the road will show
There are so many ways and reasons that people can change. You can change for love, passion, or to fit in. There are many more things that can change a person. I’m taking two stories and looking if the characters changed or stayed the same. The first is “Once A Crook,
Assignment 2-1 True Colors Assignment True Colors was developed by Don Lowry in 1978 and taught by Dr. Robert Ray Meadows, an Associate Director of 4-H out of VA Tech when I saw it. He was sharing this as a way for us to support people by giving people a tool to think about differences in people. I thought it would be a fun way to think about personalities and supporting people.
One thing I have a strong passion for in life is sports. My favorite one was volleyball. It taught me a lot about life and myself. My sophomore year I made varsity, but was upset when I sat the bench more than I played. However, I still pushed myself every practice and never gave up hope. This payed off because the next season I was a starter and a team captain. Being a student athlete has been an incremental part of who I have become in the future. I did not realize it at the time, but my participation in sports has affected my life in more ways than I thought. Consequently, sports have had a major influence on the career path I have chosen, and have also been a significant part of bringing my family together.
The Colored Junior College was established to provide an opportunity for African-Americans to receive college training. The Junior College progressed so fast that by 1931, it became a member of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and was approved by the Southern Association of Colleges. In the summer of
Yet another accomplishment has been achieved at Chino Hills High School that only adds to the prosperity and Husky spirit of this illustrious and triumphant school. This year, Color Guard participated in and won a variety of championships including the WGI Circuit-Western Open Class Championships, West Coast Winter Circuit-Open Class Championships with a first place medal, the WGASC Circuit with a silver medal, and the WGI Open World Class Championships in Dayton, Ohio which they took 16th place in out of the world. When interviewing Kaitlyn Parsons (Captain), Mallory Williams, Ashley Kearns, Hunter Adams, and Nina Penzo (Captain) about this prodigious attainment, they each stated that it has been an unforgettable journey that has been both an individual and a team effort. Members of Color guard are split into two teams,
It is commonly said, as well as believed, that change is inevitable. It is bound to happen, whether we choose to believe in this concept or not. An excellent example of change, change of character specifically, would be Eliezer Wiesel in his book Night. He wrote about his time in concentration camps, and the traumatizing experiences he went through, some of which most people can’t even begin to imagine. His mentality changed and developed more and more as the book progressed, he has clearly changed from the once religious and faith-based boy, into an anguished and desolate man.
Who knew that I would fall in love with Color guard and Winter guard. “Color guard uses various equipment, such as flags, rifles, and sabres, along with dance, to express dynamic passages in the music accompanying the marching band show or winterguard show. Usually marching bands and color guards perform during football games at halftime, out of tradition.” The sport of the arts has impacted my life in many ways such as: letting me use a God given talent to spread his word, help to express my feelings, and to meet new people and make a life long relationships.
The Sport Known as Color guard The definition of a sport is as follows, “Noun; an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature.”. I would argue that colorguard, an activity in which one spins flags, weapons, batons, and props with the marching band, should be considered a sport (Dictionary.com).
Yasmin Arrebola September 10, 2015 SPC1017 Professor Yvette Lujan Self-Introduction “Let’s Take a Spin into my World” Introduction I. Hours practicing out in the drizzling Miami sun but all worth it for the days we perform. The wind blowing and nerves strolling through our bodies with adrenaline as you rush to get your equipment set up. And
Colorguard is an intense, exhilirating and fun sport. It involves dance, spinning wooden rifles, flags and sabres. But what stops everyone from joining is not knowing how to spin the objects, specificly the rifle. Yes, learning how to spin the rifle correctly can be frustrating but with plenty of the
“Stay in your toaster!” With every move, the flag must stay right in front of our body and right behind our backs. This one simple rule is embedded in every guard girl’s mind. Color guard requires to do various actions at once. For instance, we must remember the sequence of the choreography, march in step, find the right drill spot, and smile. One simple mistake with a flag allows all eyes on you. As the guard girls performs with flags, there’s three different types of girls on the field. There is the hard worker, the slacker, and the hardworker and the slacker combined.
Research of Color Theory Color fills our world with beauty. We delight in the colors of a magnificent sunset and in the bright red and golden-yellow leaves of autumn. We are charmed by gorgeous flowering plants and the brilliantly colored arch of a rainbow. We also use color in various ways to add pleasure and interest to our lives. For example, many people choose the colors of their clothes carefully and decorate their homes with colors that create beautiful, restful, or exciting effects. By their selection and arrangement of colors, artists try to make their paintings more realistic or expressive.
Matthew Jones Block 2 11/3/14 English IV A Character’s Experience Life experiences can change a person’s character. Those experiences can make a person better than they used to be, the characters will unlock a new mentality that they thought they never had. Also they better at conquering fears and obstacles. Characters in my novels go through lots of change as the stories progress. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, events change the character’s views and behavior throughout the novels. In the novels The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Treasure Island, the main characters in the stories go through a change of personality from their adventures and journeys, encounters with obstacles and antagonists, and the completion of their trials.
In my life, I have been exposed to a challenge called change. Change can occur in many different ways and is dealt with in many different ways. I have come to the awareness that change can be the deepest of all things. I always thought that change occurred when you moved to a state or when you lost someone real close to you. Those are a challenge to change, yes, but change doesn’t have to occur over a climactic incident. It can just appear overnight when your brain winds up when it’s time to do something different. Even with friends that you used to have and know that move on. For example, most of my friends from elementary school, I don’t even talk to them anymore.