From School to Shining School|
Growing up can be a confusing and difficult thing to do. Everyone is nervous for the next big step, and no one wants to make a mistake. There are many things in life that people will know they will have to experience just from getting older. The list goes on and on but here are a few things that some people may have to deal with just from growing up: Permit test, Driver’s test, going to a new school, playing higher- aged sports, and even a job. There have been many experiences in my life where I knew I would have to accept the fact that I was getting older, and that I would have to grow up and quit being nervous. The moments that stand out in my life are wrestling higher age groups, football in high school, moving to new schools (elementary to middle was the scariest), and my driving test, but the worst was the transfer to college. Sports were a scary thing to deal with when I was little, but I realized that in my age group I tended to be a large-sized kid. After realizing that I was a larger kid in my age group, I found sports more fun and less frightening. Foot and wrestling came easy to me and I had no problem with dealing with the growing up part in sports. Wrestling had helped me a lot. In wrestling you must be respectful, mature, and obedient. This sport alone has helped me grow up a lot due to the fact that you must be very self-obedient by not eating and always working out to keep your weight down. My scariest growing up moment was always moving to a new school. The first time I had to move to a new school was when I graduated the 4th grade. I was about 10 years old at the time. Now moving to the other school was so frightening because at the time the older kids from that school had to always walk up from their school to mine just to eat lunch. This had given me the fear of getting lost or not knowing where to go! I was only 10 years old and life was...
There’s something about tonight Something very special Something about the way you move that thing Something very special Something about the way you have made Something very special There’s something about tonight Something very special (Repeat once)Here we go..Sari ki sari duniya bhula ke Main toh tere naal nachna (Baby you’re so sexy) Boy you could be My one and only Main toh tere naal nachna Then I see you lookin’ on me Aaja baat kar le dil ki Hone lagenge afsaane You know it, so sing it Now do your hands up and say Disco deewane Aahan, aahan Ho disco deewane Aahaan, ahaan ho Nasheeli hai raat Ho haathon mein haath Naachein gaayein saath.. Disco deewane Aahaan, ahaan ho There’s something about tonight Something very special Something about the way you move that thing Something very special Something about the way you have made Something very special There’s something about tonight Something very special Ho hai na Mujh pe nazar teri Aankhon hi aankhon mein Baatein hoti hain Aaja baahon mein aa meri Aise hi to raatein Shuru hoti hainKabhi kabhi pal do pal mein yun Fussy fussy baatein hoti hai Do hi mulaqaton mein Mil jaate hain zamaana Disco deewane..You know it so sing it Now go your hands up and say Disco deewana Aahan, aahan Ho disco deewane Aahaan, ahaan ho Nasheeli hai raat Ho haathon mein haath Naachein gaayein saath..Disco deewane Aahaan, ahaan ho Khel ja raaton ka Khel yeh todi der Jhoom ja bahon mein toh Aa gaya meri thodi der Nazron se hi main...
...The end of high school is a joyous time for students, as they focus upon the empty canvas that is their future. The possibilities are endless really, as there are countless paths to follow. Such a time can be quite overwhelming though, as choices made now may have great impact in the long run. This brings us to the debate of whether to jump right back onto the education train or to pause after high school to fully consider all of the options. A gap year can be very favourable though, as it provides time to pursue other interests such as travel, work, and to properly plan how to engage in post-secondary education. Ultimately the decision is up to the individual student whether the gap year is necessary, but the points in support of the time off cannot be ignored. In order to maximize one’s potential for success in their post-secondary studies and lives thereafter; it is highly beneficial to take a year off between high school and college or university.
An exciting aspect about taking a gap year is that there really are no requirements; you can choose to spend the time however you wish. Nevertheless, one of the most important benefits to a gap year is the self-enrichment it can bring to those who take advantage of it. Meaningful ways to fill the time range from altruistic activities such as volunteer work abroad, to simply gaining a broader horizon on life. Another popular...
NAKIMERA ELIZABETH MUSOKE
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I have over 5 years of working experience in both Corporate, . I have qualifications in Records Management, Customer Relations and Information Science. I have worked with Makerere University Business school, MTN Uganda, Bajaj Uganda and Wool Worth International.
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KAMPALA BUSINESS COLLEGE
MAKERERE HIGH SCHOOL
BUGEMA ADVENTIST COLLEGE
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In James Dickey’s poem “The Leap,” he tells about his memory of a “thin/and muscular,
wide-mouthed, eager to prove” (21-22) girl, Jane MacNaughton. He talks about how she goes
from being, “the fastest runner in the seventh grade”, (3) to a “Mother of four.” (28) Jane who
spurned the earth, as a seventh grade runner, left behind the “slow-footed yokels” (44) in her
cloud of dust. The playground champion is finally overcome by reality. She returns to dust as a
victim of the “eternal process”.
During a school dance, Jane “with a light/Grave Leap”, touches the end of a paper ring. Dickey sees this as a farewell to childhood and a new beginning into adulthood. She is well respected by others and has self-respect, at least enough to leap to touch the paper chain in front of her classmates. She is a young, strong girl and has a world of opportunities at this time in her life. He describes her as the, “the fastest runner in seventh grade.” (3) This implies that she is a girl who capable of accomplishing any dreams she wishes.
Dickey knew and admired Jane, he was “nailed to the ground”, unable to escape his
feelings for her ever since the seventh grade. He feels a connection to her when she touches the
paper ring hanging from the ceiling. He says that she “touched the end of something I began.”
(47) He does not make it sound as if he had a...
...number sense lesson plan website on fractions was supported in many ways. The learning objective geared the teacher and student to know what was expected of the students. The standard was also matched up by the assessment of the lesson. The value of student discussions to help form meaning through operations in mathematics is present in the standards in this website.
Methodology of Number Sense
The methodology of number sense is used to expand the knowledge of numbers in diverse ways. By showing how fractions relate to the real world in measurements build on extensible and natural concepts of numbers that are wished for. In this fraction lesson plan the teacher in her presentation showed students shapes that were divided into four parts. This helped show concrete examples of part-whole comparisons in a lesson built around good number sense.
Also, in the teacher’s presentation she used tiles and asked the students to pretend that they were cookies that she wanted to share with her neighbors and her family. The teacher asked the students how many groups they will need to share these cookies. Fractions are a result of the relationship of numbers being broadened and explored.
The mathematical operation that was used in the activities of this lesson plan was division. In using division of equal parts in this lesson plan students can learn...
...the above that the Social Response Unit is presenting the following for our consideration and urgent response.
It is said that “No man has it all but he can get it all in and with all”
What we are presenting are not an end in themselves, however; our intention is that with your various inputs, they can serve as a means to an end in our quest to proffering solutions to the problems facing the campus world. So truly with you and in you we can get it all.
|Take a look at this: As at the last count our student population was just barely over |
|25, 000, spread over 308 Campus groups nationwide. If we are going to transform the nation from the campus; numerical growth must not be |
|Hear this; for 430 years the Israelites grew numerically through the womb of the Hebrew women to an appreciable population, large enough to be used |
|by God to actualize the promise he made with Abraham, hence the need for us to grow numerically. |
|What are we Grappling with?...
...dear parties. In the UAE, for example weddings have another different story.
Have you ever asked your grandparents about their wedding? Weddings were different in the UAE in the past. In the days before the discovery of oil, the majority of people didn't have much money and they lived in smaller towns and villages where everyone knew every other. Unlike today when a wedding is a very expensive party for one day, weddings in the past often lasted for many days and the whole community took part in them. One day I asked my curved back and toothless grandmother about how she got married from my grandfather. Her cracked face smiled and produced a laughing sound . She didn't hesitate to answer me with pleasure as I am
Some people who are 80 years old now remember when a dowry cost Dh 60 and Dh 40 would pay for a whole wedding. The family of the bride and her women neighbors made the wedding dress in a tent near her house, In the past, these dresses were very colorful and were sewn with a hand . It took several days to sew the bride's clothes, so women had a chance to visit. They often sang while they worked. When they the clothes were ready, they perfumed the clothes with incense and then stored the clothes in a wooden trunk. Then as now, henna decorations were very important for a beautiful bride.
The groom's family prepared the place for the couple to live . The mother of the groom even made a cradle so that when the couple had their first child, the...
2 April 2013
College and First YearStudents
“One of the few rights America does not proclaim is the right to fail”. William Zinsser speaks shades truth when addressing the college student and the pressures imposed upon them. In our modern day and age, college students are mounted with problems: finance, respect, insecurity, and competition, are just a few. Modifications must be made in regards to relieving the high levels of stress students tend to inquire, opportunities to explore a variation of career types, and a general understanding from both teachers and students that the majority of freshmen have no clue what they want to do. It is for these reasons that I strongly lobby students not to decide on a major entering their first year of college. However, not everyone would agree.
It is ideal for students to compromise to a course and take the necessary steps in the completion and mastery of a particular profession. Because admission nowadays is exceedingly selective, it is important to know what you want in the beginning to keep you on track. “You don’t want to pay for college twice”, says Will McGuiness, editor of the Huffington Post. For students investing both their time and money into these institutions of higher learning, it seems practical to just get a degree that will pay...