Duke of Edinburgh

Page 1 of 15 - About 143 essays
  • Personal Narrative: Partaking In The Duke Of Edinburgh Award

    359 Words  | 2 Pages

    Partaking in the Duke of Edinburgh Award was a life changing experience that I decided to join in high school, because it taught me the importance of being social, self-reliant, and persevere to overcome any challenges faced in life. The Duke of Edinburgh Award is an activity that consists of three levels the bronze, sliver, and gold. Bronze is the first level in the activity that I have completed as it requires six months of volunteer work, joining any sport, taking up a new hobby, as well going

  • Personal Narrative-He Is Homeless

    1698 Words  | 7 Pages

    It was one summer a man was eating lasagna in a restaurant that was closed it was a week from now his birthday. Let me tell you a little story about this man who is in this restaurant eating he is homeless, and he has been ever since he was 6 years old. He doesn’t know who he is but you’ll figure that out in the middle of this story. When he was born he was born to……well I can’t say because that’s what the story is about. His parents raised him very well it was one day when their child was 6 years

  • Short Speech On Tiaras

    769 Words  | 4 Pages

    Almost every princess, both in fairy tales or in real life, they're always identified by their crowns and tiaras. Although, it is no longer common for the royals to wear their crowns everywhere they go, so here are some of this generations princess wedding tiaras. CATHERINE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE She is considered to be a real-life Cinderella when she married the prince of Great Britain, Prince William. However, she didn't really have a rough life unlike Cinderella but despite the fact that she

  • Queen Elizabeth II Research Paper

    1704 Words  | 7 Pages

    The Devotion of Her Majesty There are two types of people in this world: those that lead, and those that follow. A leader should be someone that people are willing to stand behind; a leader should be strong and know their impact on the world. As Queen Elizabeth II said herself, “I know of no single formula for success. But over the years I have observed that some attributes of leadership are universal and are often about finding ways of encouraging people to combine their efforts, their talents,

  • Queen Elizabeth II : The Leadership Of Queen Elizabeth II

    1291 Words  | 6 Pages

    Queen Elizabeth II was born and raised in England and as a young child showed leadership qualities. She was in her twenties when she was crowned queen and has been queen of Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand since 1952. She has ruled longer than any other monarch in British history. EARLY LIFE     Elizabeth was born in England on April 21, 1926. When she was born, no one thought that she would become the next heir to the throne so she was able to enjoy the first ten years of her

  • The Role Of A Hero In Geoffrey Trease's 'Cue For Treason'

    870 Words  | 4 Pages

    Most people dream to be a hero, a hero that is admired, courageous, noble, and a role model to everyone because of what they have achieved. Everyone’s point of view of being a hero is different, some might state that being a hero means solving crimes and wears capes like all superhero in movies. The others might say that a hero is a soldier that fights for their country. Peter Brownrigg, a fourteen-year-old Cumberland farm boy is a hero that does not wear a cape. Peter’s acts of determination and

  • Princess Diana Personality

    973 Words  | 4 Pages

    “Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” Princess Diana did many things to benefit the people of the world. The Princess helped the people who had leprosy. Diana's legacy lives on because she was special and unlike any other member of the royal family that had ever lived. She always thought that her life was unhappy because of her bulimia. Diana had a history of bulimia, and there have been reports that

  • Queen Elizabeth Character Analysis

    1152 Words  | 5 Pages

    “I have to be seen to be believed.”(Azquoutes.com). To gain trust, to gain respect, means one has to believe. You can’t just simply have the confidence in another individual unless they put themselves out there and give you reasons to believe in them. To get to there, you not only need a great amount of perseverance and tenacity, but also the ever-lasting love and support from others. Like a small bud of flower that fully blooms and radiates its beauty, a young princess grows up and has aspirations

  • Artistic Similarities In The 21st Century

    936 Words  | 4 Pages

    Artistic Similarities from Renaissance to Modern 21st Century There is much diversity separating the Renaissance Era amid the Modern Era. Nonetheless, some differences are obvious, some are less. Between the two images that are located below are some of those changes that are less conspicuous. Both of these styles of art use chiaroscuro, authority, and iconography. There is a greater emphasis on shading to emphasize specific aspects of the image. This pulls the observer’s eyes to what the portrait

  • Shrek-Personal Narrative

    1705 Words  | 7 Pages

    Fairy Tale The characters and I talk, I am Shrek. Shrek the Ogre, I am insanely strong and tough. We are buzzing with ideas, and in the middle I shout with my big ogre voice, “SHUT UP!” I talk in my weird Scottish normal voice and say, “Alrighty then, we have more issues then each other, we need to band up and fight the queen. So how are we going to do it?” The beast suggests a group of them go out to scout for The Queens castle, then report back. I agree and organize the group. The Beast