"It Was Going To Be A Fun Experience" Essays and Research Papers

  • It Was Going To Be A Fun Experience

    and a genuine smiles it brought to our life. And one of the best memories that I’ll cherish forever was the P.E FUN DAY. In fact, it was held last March 1, 2014 at MC 2 Campus located at Bajumpandan, Dumaguete City. As early as 7 o’clock in the morning, I can already here the chatters of excitements filled with energy as students were talking about the said event at the easyride terminal going for Bajumpandan. And as I hover my eyes around different colours representing their teams can be seen...

    Blue, Color, Color wheel 789  Words | 3  Pages

  • experience

    2:30-3:45pm September 12, 2013 THE EXPERIENCE THAT SHAPED WHO I AM TODAY People wonder and try to guess what made me the way I am today. I’ve been confronted by elderly strangers, being asked the same question almost every time. Questions like: “Why are you so nice?”, “Why are you so different from others?”, and “Why is the way you dress unique?” I give them all the same answers, I tell them I am who I am today because of my past experience. I never go into details about telling...

    Boarding school, Father, High school 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • Socialization process that was my military experience

    school had a decent Asian-American population with a few African- Americans, but still typically Caucasian. In summary, mostly everyone was Caucasian and tended to have very similar beliefs and ideas. Then the culture shock of my life took place. I said goodbye to the comfortable environment that was Green Bay, and joined the military to see the world and experience life outside of what one knows. It started off in Pensacola, FL where I spent two months living without parental guidance for the first...

    Caucasian, Caucasian race, Ethnic group 1552  Words | 4  Pages

  • Experience of an Outsider

    The Experience of an Outsider It’s a cold early morning in the month of November, waking up and beginning the day going school. I go to the kitchen to get my coffee brewing, then brush my teeth and wash my face to get that fresh feeling to get me going. Almost every morning, it was so hard to get up and drive an hour to Wichita for school while I was living in Hutchinson. There’s just that feeling knowing the day was going to be dreadful and long, but I was ready and couldn’t wait to meet up with...

    English-language films, Talk radio 947  Words | 3  Pages

  • Western Experience

     The Western Experience Xxxxx xxxxx HIS/110 June xx, xxxx Xxxxxx xxxx The Western Experience Dear Diary, We are about to embark on a journey that will forever change our lives. Brian believes that heading West on the Oregon Trail will be an adventure and once we reach our destination we can build a better life for our children. Today we packed the wagon with as much food as possible. We also pack the essentials such as pots and pans and clothes. Also we let the children choose a few of their...

    Conestoga wagon, Covered wagon, Debut albums 825  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fun Home

    Samantha Trost Structural Analysis Professor Drolet 10/30/12 Fun Home Alison Bechdel, who is best known for her comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For wrote the autobiographical comic, Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, with one of the most intelligent and insightful autobiographical comics. Her graphics avoids the normal confessional, self-obsessed nature of much autobiography by focusing not just on Alison herself but on her and her father’s complicated relationship. The subtitle’s “Tragicomic” also...

    Comics, Fun Home, Graphic novel 1644  Words | 4  Pages

  • GYLC Experience

    Global Young Leaders Conference Experience The day I found out that I was nominated to represent the Cayman Islands at the Global Young Leaders Conference I was thrilled. The letter that I received proclaiming my nomination had all the necessary information needed to complete the process of accepting the nomination. When I read the financial requirements to proceed to the conference, I was shocked. I thought that I would be unable to attend the conference. This was an opportunity of a life time...

    Cayman Islands, Global Young Leaders Conference, National Mall 1420  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Experience

    Running Head: MY EXPERIENCE 1 My Personal Experience Joan Boyd PSY 202 Hillary Locke December 14, 2012 MY EXPERIENCE 2 I. Where am I from? A. I was born in Chicago...

    Academic degree, Adult, Divorce 1370  Words | 6  Pages

  • Practicum Experience

    reaction when I was informed of my practicum posting. Frankly speaking, when I was first informed of my practicum posting, I was really excited and eager to do my practicum. I started to think on how I am going to introduce myself when I first entered the class, what am I going to wear, would I be serious enough in front of my students, how is the school, the teachers, and most importantly, the students. Despite the excitement, I would not deny that I had a mixed- feeling on that. I was afraid if...

    Education, Human, Learning 1740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Intercultural Experience

    Intercultural Experience Abstract I collaborated with the Reclamation Project to tutor young Burmese children in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to complete my cultural immersion project. Throughout this paper, I will explain where my tutoring took place and my reasoning for selecting this activity. I also will describe in detail my outlook on the Burmese population in Fort Wayne before this activity and how it changed following the completion of this activity. Finally, I will illustrate how this activity...

    Anthony Wayne, Bamar, Boy 1815  Words | 5  Pages

  • Early Childhood Field Experience

    Field Experience Summary I chose to do my field experience in Garland ISD at Freeman Elementary school. It’s located off of Walnut near Garland rd in Garland, Texas. I wasn’t sure what to expect, since this is my first time observing in a classroom. The Asst. Principle placed me in two different classes. They were both a bilingual, but one was second grade and the other one was fourth grade. I decided to learn how teachers communicate with the parents of the students that are in their...

    Classroom, Communication, Education 946  Words | 3  Pages

  • Camp Cimi Experience

    headed off to our assigned dorms. We were in Owl and our room was 120 B; thankfully it was near the bathrooms. After choosing our bunks, and setting all of our stuff down, everyone started to pull out their defenses in case someone attempted to prank us. When everybody became tired of playing cards, we unpacked, once we were finished, our room looked like a town that had been hit by a tsunami. However, it was during the night when the fun started. That night some people, that I will not mention, decided...

    Dormitory, HP Pavilion at San Jose, Hula Girls 1056  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experience with Writing

    Literacy Narrative September 6, 2014 Experiences with Writing Growing up, reading was introduced to me at an early age because my father liked to read mystery and suspense novels, and would read every night before going to bed. I enjoyed reading but sometimes I did not remember what I read and had to re-read a paragraph. My dad encouraged to read and said the more I read the easier it would be for me to comprehend what I read. Over time though, I was able to comprehend what I read, starting...

    Alfred the Great, England, English language 798  Words | 3  Pages

  • Freshman Experience First week reflection

    Audrey Manning Savannah Mussington Freshman Experience 29 Aug 2014 Is college going to be like what it looks like in movies? Are my roommate and I going to get along? Can I keep my grades up without falling behind? Are people going to like me? Am I going to like them? These were just some of the questions running through my mind as I made my way to Clinton, Iowa. It was finally move in day and although nervous, I was excited! Finally a freshman in college, living in a dorm...

    Class, College, High school 1226  Words | 5  Pages

  • First Flight Experience

    Flight Experience Have you ever felt scared when you are put in a foreign situation for the first time? You probably felt it was scary at first but afterwards you might have found it very amazing. Experience is what everybody may have to go through eventually. I was always afraid of experiencing new things because of fear in me. As I got older, however, I realized that going through these experiences could be very beneficial and a lot of fun. Something I did not know at the time, however ,going through...

    Aircraft hijacking, Belt, Debut albums 1099  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Experience Of Life In NSTP

    An experience of life in NSTP "The delights of self discovery is always available" – Gail Sheehy Almost how many Saturdays of learning, self-discovering and studying. If I were to narrate what I have done and learned to my NSTP class, I will immediately say it is not just amazing or fantastic but it is terrific. Terrific in the sense that I was surprised what does NSTP really means. On the first 5 Saturdays, I will just say that I only learned but I have not done anything because Sir Ricky is...

    815  Words | 7  Pages

  • Experience

    Ukrainian funeral, which was a first for myself. It was an experience that I will never forget, as it was a lot different from any other funeral I have attended. I attended the funeral with my grandmother, as it was for her aunt and I felt it would be beneficial if she attended with someone. On the way to the funeral I had no idea what I was about to experience. On the way out I remember feeling very weird about what all had taken place. In any funeral I had been to before it was basically a celebration...

    Burial, Cremation, Death 1412  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Has the Experience of Cinema-Going Changed over the Past Century

    dramatically since its birth over a century ago. With these changes have also come great changes in the cinema-going experience. In the MAS205 unit reader for 2005, a number of the readings aim to address many aspects of the experience of cinema-going. Included in the unit reader are pieces by Barthes, Carriere, Sontag, Moore and Lowenstein. Each of these writers has varying feelings to cinema-going over the past century and this essay will aim to address these different aspects. Roland Barthes' in his...

    Film, Movie projector, Movie studio 1773  Words | 5  Pages

  • travel experience

     The First Journey into heart of Nature When I was perusing my under graduate degree, my relatives and elders would say that I have lot more life ahead with great and exciting experiences. But being so young I have an adventurous experience. Even my parents do not know that I have grown up so fast that I dared to visit a wild and adventurous place for hiking. My parents never restricted me for my wishes but they would definitely say no to visit such a place. Travelling may not be a great adventurous...

    Trip, Wildlife 2073  Words | 6  Pages

  • An unexpected experience

    Keylianys Banks Professor de Yong English 101 July 15, 2013 An Unexpected Experience This happened on Saturday of the 2006. I was a happy young of only 20 years. I already had a baby of one year old. I worked in two jobs during the whole week and on weekends I liked to have fun and spend time with my baby. That Saturday was celebrating a Carnival where they were good artists; they had machines, and delicious foods and drinks. I wanted to go to the Carnival to have great time with my baby....

    Pope John I 1194  Words | 3  Pages

  • Significant Experience

    them grow as a person. The event can be big or small, but the knowledge gained will be everlasting. When I was a junior in high school, I took a trip to Boston and New York for Spring Break. I went on this trip with my mom, dad, and friend Andrea. Through this trip I experienced American History, diversity, and learned more of my own cultural identity. When I was a junior in high school, I was in Advanced Placement United States History. Through this class I learned how rich and diverse our American...

    A Different World, Black-and-white films, Ellis Island 1999  Words | 5  Pages

  • Why Is It Fun in the Philippines

    Why is it fun in the phil. 1.) The new slogan of the Department of Tourism of Philippines “It’s More Fun In The Philippines” has gone viral. This slogan was developed to attract tourists from around the world and has already circulated in social networks such as facebook, twitter, and tumblr. The said slogan aims to convince tourists why they would rather choose Philippines as their travel destination and why it’s more fun to do things in Philippines. Often times in social networks, people’s...

    Bacolod City, Cebu City, Cities of the Philippines 739  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Experience

    Running Head: TEACHING EXPERIENCE/REFLECTION PAPER Margaret Carter MAT 534 Teaching Experience In order to be a successful educator, it is important to reflect upon one’s teaching. This may include videotaping classes, being observed by a colleague, asking for help with a problem or finding new ways to teach a topic. Being a reflective teacher is something I have tried to be while student teaching and plan to continue working on. The activity that I performed with my group...

    Body language, Communication, Nonverbal communication 1246  Words | 4  Pages

  • An Experience That Changed My Life

    An Experience That Changed My Life Valen C. Hocog English 101-10 Dr. David Khorram February 09, 2011 Seven years ago I gave birth to a healthy boy who changed everything about me and my life. Before his birth I was an optimistic person who only thought of the fun things that would make my day. I was an immature girl without a care in the world. After his birth I grew up, stopped partying, and took on the responsibility that was gifted to me. It has not been a breezy walk...

    20 Y.O., American films, Black-and-white films 934  Words | 5  Pages

  • Coachella a Life Changing Experience

    Changing Experience Going to the Coachella Art Festival was one of the best moments in my life. I made so many friends and have so many great memories that will last a life time. It was a last minute trip that I will never forget. The incredible music and intense amount of art culture and creativity made Coachella an unforgettable experience and should be seen by everyone at least once in their lives. Over the last few years I have heard so many of my friends and family talk about how much fun they...

    2006 albums, Art, Debut albums 1006  Words | 3  Pages

  • OJT Experience

    learned a lot of things, more than what I expected. I came to realize the importance of on-the-job training to a students’ life. Aside from the training that I got, it’s the experience and learning that I acquired and will be gaining for the upcoming days which made it more essential. How did I apply to this company? It was so hard, there’s a lot of process that you need to get through. First I went to the PLDT Las Piñas were I passed my resume. Then on the next day, I went to PLDT Muntinlupa were...

    Employment, Full-time, Informal attire 1282  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Life That Was Constantly Happy Was Not a Good Life

    Constant happiness would be like living like a robot. So, I agreed with Professor George Lowenstein that in his statement ‘A life that was constantly happy was not a good life’. My experience and adventures called life in its whole translation is not just constructed upon happiness. To experience life and all that it has to offer, one needs to also experience sadness and every emotion that develops. Though I know most individuals seek happiness in life, one needs to have the awareness and understanding...

    2001 albums, Debut albums, Emotion 1243  Words | 4  Pages

  • How to Have Fun in the Work Place

    How to Have Fun in the Workplace Humor in the workplace can be a great motivator. Having some fun at work will help you to appreciate your job - and the people you work with - more. Start having fun with some simple tips and ideas. Difficulty: Easy Things You’ll Need: • A good sense of humor • A good attitude Step1 Use Common Sense - Before you consider telling a joke at work, take a moment to make sure you will not offend anyone. If the joke is something you would have no problem...

    Amusement, Comedy, Defence mechanism 1853  Words | 7  Pages

  • American Experience in Huck Finn

    Literature, a time when a new culture was being formed west of the Atlantic that had many different subjects and characteristics than that of the literature in Europe. What makes The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn so original and such a representation of America is that whatever Huckleberry Finn, the character, is about or can be defined by, is what America was all about. Through this complex character, Mark Twain was able to create a new American experience and show the reader all about it. The...

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, American literature, Mark Twain 1737  Words | 5  Pages

  • Stay at My Grandparents House Was a Great Experience

    Lincoln Nebraska. It was a small 2-bedroom home with a large backyard. My grandparents bought their home as a young couple with two small children. They soon added 2 more children, one of them being my mother. Every holiday and family gathering was held at my grandparent’s house. Everything from birthdays to Christmas the whole family gathered. My grandparents had 4 children and 13 grandchildren. Somehow, we all seemed to fit in this small home. There was a lot of fun to be had at their house...

    Birthday, Cherry, Family 1143  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experience in High School

    absolute best teaching experience. Through it I learned so much about teaching and dealing with students. My hope is that the student involved was at least partially changed for the better from the experience as I was. I also hope that there is something in this story that can help inform and inspire you. Let's call him Tyler. Tyler was a troubled student. He was enrolled in my senior American Government class followed the second semester by Economics. Surprising as it was to many former teachers...

    College, Education, High school 2287  Words | 5  Pages

  • Experiences as a part of life

    Experiences are a part of life which makes man more confident, strengthen its capabilities and polish him like a diamond. Same thing happened to me when I took admission in university .After leaving college life entering in university life is a different experience for me where everything is change from environment to studies. The first day of university life was quite different than the rest of the days. Have you ever been so excited that your heart can’t stop beating? That’s how I was my first...

    College, Existential quantification, Friendship 964  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experience of Industrial Visit

    Experience of the Industrial Visit at Mysore and Bangalore This was our second time during our degree tenure that we were going for an Industrial Visit (IV). Everyone in the class was very excited about this trip. On the 13th of December, we left for the journey from CST Station. Everyone were enjoying themselves during the journey. We reached Bangalore Cantonment Station on the next day, on 14th of December, at about 9am from there we took a bus for Mysore taking us all the way to our accommodation...

    Bangalore, Cantonment, Infosys 1064  Words | 3  Pages

  • Multicultural Experience Paper

    A multicultural experience can be optimistic or a negative educational experience. Some investigators have established that multicultural experiences increase creativeness and insight within one's learning. "Multiculturalism is a body of thought in political philosophy about the proper way to respond to cultural and religious diversity " (Stanford Encyclopedia,(2010). Most people will have at one multicultural experience during his or her life. Even trying a new car wash or going to a new church...

    Melting pot, Multiculturalism, Psychology 1184  Words | 4  Pages

  • Leadership: Personal Experience

    From 2003 to 2004, I was assigned to the Third Marines Field Service Support Group (3d FSSG) Medical Battalion in Okinawa, Japan as the company commander for the Headquarter and Support (H&S) Company. Medical battalions are staffed by Navy medical personnel, which support Marines in war zones. The H&S company structure included a company commander, executive officer, division officers and enlisted staff. A lot of people are not familiar with the military terms so I like to use the analogy that a...

    Battalion, Commanding officer, Drinking culture 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Heart Warming Experience

    There is an old saying that goes, "it is better to give than to receive." I have just truly realized how powerful that saying was after I have done my 12 hours of community service and my other completed hours from the past years. There is no greater feeling of fulfillment when one dedicates their time to someone whom needs some caring. In my 12 hours of community service, I had volunteered in my church, gift wrap gifts at the Agnew center, and helped at the Christmas party that the Portuguese threw...

    Christmas, Community, Community service 1288  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fun Home

    Julia Ross Professor Estevez English 243 23 April 2014 Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic" is an exciting autobiography with comics that bring her story to life. Alison Bechdel wrote this book about her childhood, the relationship she had with her father and one of the many things they shared in common, their sexuality. In addition to their common homosexuality, Alison and Bruce Bechdel share o b sessive compulsive tendencies and their artistic ways...

    Alison Bechdel, Coming out, Family 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Fun They Had vs a Beautiful Mind

    The topic that I chose to do my comparison essay is how the article “The Fun They Had” and the movie “The Beautiful mind” view school. What is school? School is an institution where students are educated and gain knowledge to succeed in future. Both the article and the movie view school negatively. As years go by and students continue to go on to higher grades, they tend to lose their individuality and their ability to be creative and imaginative. School effects by dulling the minds of the students...

    Assessment, Education, Homework help service 1026  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experience

    One june evening a little girl whhose name is Sylvia was driving home with her cow named Mistress Moolly. Sylvia is always with her cow. One night when sylvia is riding home sylvia heard a whistle not far from his place and then she saw a young man who had a shotgun. Before sylvia hide the young man already saw her. The young man asked sylvia to the direction going to the road. But instead of answering the young man sylvia continue walking going to her house and behind her is her cow and the young...

    Bird, Pinophyta, Sarah Orne Jewett 828  Words | 3  Pages

  • Africa . Global Business Experience

    Mitchell Univ 399 Professor Lado 6/18/12 Global Business Experience After taking some time to reflect back on my trip, I realized that up to this date, this was one of the most amazing times of my life. There were multiple emotions that I felt throughout the trip. I was happy, excited, nervous, scared, and many other emotions that words probably couldn’t explain. I experienced and did things that I never even imagined that I would experience or do. I got a chance to see life from a different point...

    East Africa, Kenya, Lake Victoria 1551  Words | 4  Pages

  • Field Experience Paper

    Quite an Experience Nicolette O. Lake Westside Junior High and South Live Oak Elementary Quite an Experience During the months of September and October this semester I spent time at two different schools in four different classrooms. Being able to observe different classes and teachers at Westside Junior High and South Live Oak Elementary was a very new and exciting experience for me since I can’t say I’ve always wanted to be a teacher. My experiences at these...

    Education, Elementary school, High school 2312  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Unexpected Experience

    My unexpected experience Last month was horrible. My Dad had gotten sick. My family and I thought it was nothing but the flu because when he gets it, it always hits him harder than us kids; he is usually laid up in bed for about a week. When the week passed and he was still severely sick, we knew something was really wrong. That same day we noticed he was spitting up blood, his fever wasn't breaking, and he could barely move. My sister Brittany and I tried to get him to go to the hospital but...

    2008 singles, Darth Vader, Family 1020  Words | 3  Pages

  • Making Things Fun

    ​Making Things Fun In the daily hustle and bustle of life, having fun can often get lost in the seemingly limitless number of tasks required of us daily. These tasks can feel boring and inconvenient. They can feel like they take the excitement out of life. How can we find more joy in having to do these boring tasks? In Kent Richardson’s internet video, he gives us an example of a task that everyone is required to follow. A task that can be found in almost anyone’s life is the need to obey the...

    Better, Change, Cycling 1253  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Adventure of Fun and Thoughts

    Kampo Trexo escapade last Saturday was a fun-filled experience. It made me feel better and more relaxed after a week of exams, paperworks and school activities. It indeed, deviated my body and soul from extreme academic pressure. My mind was refreshed and my heart was filled with joy. There were actually a lot of things that I learned from the field trip. Personally, I was able to explore more about my capabilities as a person. On the first activity which was the river trekking, I felt really excited...

    A Perfect Place, Mind, Obstacle course 912  Words | 3  Pages

  • Going the Distance

    Helen Corne Going the Distance Life is full of hard knocks. I was raised in a broken down apartment, by my single mother. She tried her best to support my sister and me. There were five apartments in each complex. There must have been at least ten trashy buildings pushed together by government funding. Each apartment had up to ten people hiding away in it. There were enough people to create our own city. The walls were so thin that I could smell the fried foods, and hear the neighbors yelling...

    Life, Military, Soldier 3204  Words | 7  Pages

  • too many people are going to college

    Brittany Messer English 101E Essay 1 Final Draft September 22, 2014 Too Many People Are Going to College “Too many people are going to college” by Charles Murray is a very informational article that contains a fresh look at today’s employers and what they look for in their employees. Murray defines the differences and similarities of a traditional university from current times and from past times. Overall, Murray is saying that everyone should not go to college. I agree with Murray’s statement...

    College, Employment, High school 1020  Words | 2  Pages

  • Critical Thinking Experience Template

    Critical Thinking Experience Template Introduction Expert critical thinking strategies are integral to successfully completing your college course work and advancing in your career. The purpose of this first assignment is to have a framework of focus that will assure success with the upcoming course activities. Specifically, reflecting on previous critical thinking experience can be a powerful way to get the stage set for successful completion of this course. As you complete this assignment...

    Cognition, Critical thinking, Decision making software 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Gap Year Experience-Profile Interview

    22-year old was fresh and out of her college, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), and instead of following the norm of going straight to university after college, she took a 3-year long break to pursue her dream of becoming a chef. She left her family and friends behind to embark on her culinary dream, alone, at Le Cordon Bleu in France. “I had no intention of enrolling in a university then because I could not see myself in any of the courses there. I was quite sure becoming a chef was what I really...

    Chef, Culinary art, Hyatt 1203  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Experience as a Writer

    My Experience as a Writer It all started when I was just a little kid. I began learning how to speak and use our language. I watched learning videos teaching me how to talk properly and use different words. Once I reached first grade, we began writing very simple sentences and learning the basics of writing. By the time I reached Elementary school, we learned about the sentence structure and we began making more complex sentences. We also started writing paragraphs and short essays. When I reached...

    Essay, Fiction, Golf 1774  Words | 4  Pages

  • An Autobiography of Learning Experiences to Date, Illustrating How They Have Influenced Your View of How Teachers Can Help Learners

    learning experiences to date, illustrating how they have influenced your view of how teachers can help learners. Since the age of three education has played an important role in my life, with certain teachers and experiences having a major influence on my life, more so now that I am studying to become a teacher. My earliest memory of my education is when I was in reception in primary school. My teacher, Mrs Herbert was the best teacher in the school, to me at the time. She was friendly,...

    College, Education, High school 746  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experience

    wasn’t meant to be a happy person. While I was successful in my career as a grant writer and columnist and worked hard to be a good mom to my three kids, I often had to drag myself out of bed and then force myself to do basic daily tasks like making dinner or getting the children ready for bed. I once read a poll that said 52 percent of people describe themselves as extremely happy, and my reaction was to sit back and think, Really? My low point was in 2002 after I gave birth to twins in my seventh...

    Emotion, Happiness, Positive psychology 1124  Words | 4  Pages

  • Job Experiences

    various experiences. Everyone has to go through different types of experiences everyday. The experience could either have to do with something mentally, physically, or even at home, work, marriage, school, church, or even rehabilitation.Whether it was a positive or a negative experience, people still go through it. There are two results that come with experiences, it was either a challenge failed or a challenge achieved successfully. Despite the positivity or negativity of the experience, there is...

    Burger King, Experience 1646  Words | 4  Pages

  • My First Skydiving Experience

    My First Skydiving Experience "Jumping is fun! Skydiving is not just falling; it is flying—the closest we have been able to come to free, unencumbered, non-mechanical individual flight," says Mike Turoff in the book The Skydiver's Handbook. I totally agree with him because skydiving provides the maximum liberty that one can ever experience. In this article, I'd like to describe to you my first jump in order to show you how much fun skydiving is. First of all, I learned about skydiving via the...

    Accelerated Freefall, Drop zone, Jump 1095  Words | 3  Pages

  • Fun at Work

    paper will demonstrate the five steps of how play at work benefits organizations. It points out the advantages while suggesting the need for a business culture to provide an infrastructure that will start the potential and capabilities in people. Fun at Work 3 Play at Work For almost five decades, studies have been done on the cerebral cortex, the area of the brain which relates to the thought process, and how play can reduce stress, and increase creativity and productivity. Although people...

    Brain, Cognition, Game 1754  Words | 5  Pages

  • My High School Experience

    When people start high school they’re usually so excited. They can’t wait to experience everything that comes with being in high school, I mean who wouldn’t? Everyone says that high school is the best four years of your life. Now that I’m months away from graduating, I can’t say they were my best years but I can say they were my most educational years, of course I wouldn’t say that they weren’t fun because they were. When I say educational, I mean I’ve learned so much about myself and so much about...

    American films, Education, English-language films 1097  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Mt. Manalmon Experience

     My Mt. Manalmon Experience January 1, 2013, the first day of the year, was the day I climbed Mt. Manalmon. I was with my fun-lover and always-on-the-go friends, Helen Nguyen and Michelle Johanna Gran. We got our desire to suddenly go and hike from the movie “The Hobbit”. Helen and I got a chance to watch it a week before, we didn’t plan it though, but then that's one of my most awaited movies for the year two thousand and twelve and when I finally had that chance to watch it, I excitedly grabbed...

    A Great Way to Care, Bus station, Bus stop 2069  Words | 5  Pages

  • Field Experience

    Field Experience My field observation took place at Acworth Achievers which is a mentoring and after school program through Acworth Parks and Recreation located in Acworth, Georgia. This program was familiar to me before I began my observation for this class but I became much more familiar with the program after my observation. This was a fantastic experience and I have all intentions of continuing to volunteer as time permits. The Acworth Achievers Mentoring and After School Program was established...

    College, Education, Existential quantification 1175  Words | 3  Pages

  • Going to School

    In this paper, I will help you understand why I am returning to school. As I grow older, I needed to decide what I was going to do with my life. As I got closer to graduating from high school in 2004, I was very much against the idea of college. While growing up in a not so wealthy family, going to college wasn’t a priority; helping my mom and brother was. But now, it is becoming more difficult to advance without some sort of advanced education. Returning back to school...

    Allyn & Bacon, College, Education 964  Words | 6  Pages

  • Leadership Experience

    Jose Alfredo Villacis Morla Global Leadership Paper#1 Being one of the captains on my high-school soccer team Leadership experience happens everywhere, every time, and people don’t realize them until your followers or the situation let you know you are acting as a leader. Definitely being a leader is not easy. It depends in different factors or abilities. One of them is the personality of the person who is trying to act as a leader. The other is the position because in most cases the leader...

    Anterior cruciate ligament, Association football, Coaching 1079  Words | 3  Pages

  • cultural experience

    Mercedes Lechlitner S102 Katy Kelly April 1, 2014 Cultural Experience Describe In preparation for this reflection, I began by thinking about what cultural event I would most like to attend, what would work for the assignment and what would also benefit me in my personal life by actually forcing me out of my comfort zone to experience things I never have before. Because Christianity is such a huge part of my life I immediately thought I would want to do something based on another religion...

    Bisexuality, Gay, Gay community 1554  Words | 6  Pages

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