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    The American Dream is a set of ideas in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success, and is achieved only through hard work and perseverance. This books main topic is how the children at Prospects High can achieve the “American Dream.” I feel like for some people, the American Dream is more easily attainable. For example, if one is an American citizen, it isn’t a matter of how it will be achieved, it is a matter of when it will be achieved. The whole belief system behind the United States of America is equality, but that doesn’t necessarily mean there will be equity between the races as well. The job of a teacher is not to set equality and equity apart, but teach the students to incorporate both within themselves.…

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    My Mom Influence

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    having to take care of four kids by yourself. One of my dreams for the future is to become a strong and independent women like my mom. Also graduating college and having a family in the future. My mom has been a big influence on most of my goals but mostly she's been an influence on why I want to be a strong and independent women. Someone who has influenced me to go to college has been my 8th grade teachers and an influence that I've had that's made me want to have a family has been the fact…

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    game-winning home run. During my high school athletic career, I was able to distinguish myself at my high school by earning twelve varsity letters. While many student-athletes specialize on one sport today, I played three different sports during the fall, winter and spring: soccer, basketball and baseball. Some people may say that my love of sports started as a ball boy for my father, who by coincidence, coaches three varsity sports. For whatever the reason, the passion that I have for…

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    added to my resume, as well as the desire to learn and explore outside of the classroom. I traveled throughout Thailand and Bali, becoming inspired by yoga and the art of meditation. Returning home I engulfed myself in a demanding spiritual and physical training course, earning my certificate as a Registered Yoga Teacher. Then moved to St. John, VI; four thousand miles from the support system at home, into a culture entirely new to myself. There I forged a new network of friends, built a new…

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    My Dream Growing up, little kids always have someone they look up to, a role model. It can range anywhere from the super hero who came from krypton to save the world that you read about in a comic to the person whose there to catch you when you fall off your bike and scrap your knee. Mine happened to be and still is, someone I only saw once a day for forty-five minutes, my favorite class period of the day that I always looked forward to since for as long as I could remember. My choir teacher,…

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    high school. My whole life I have had a grade point average of 3.7. My plans for this school year is to keep my job, while maintaining my grade point average . Therefore having a job as a teen may be hard, but it just means I have gone to work harder to reach my goals in life. During my time working and going to school has been tough, but working has taught me very valuable lessons, to never give up on your dreams no matter how many twist and turns life throws at you. Before I got a job life…

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    I am a very energetic person that loves being physically active and love the game of sports. In my free time, I help coach a high school soccer team, coach all-star basketball and baseball as well. I truly love coaching and my goal growing up is to be a coach at the high school and maybe the college level. In addition, I have also admired being a physical education teacher because it is a great job that revolves around children and keeping them active. While, in high school my favorite class was…

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    throughout our school years. and as unrealistic children most of us were, we all had dreams dreams of being a superhero, princess, cowboy, or astronaut. In kindergarten, I can remember in my homeroom class every student was assigned to draw what we wanted to be when we was all grown up. Crayons danced across sheets of ­paper to illustrate our dream occupations. Our drawings were hung in the hallway for our parents to see at Back to School Night. I remember looking down the line and seeing…

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    My passion for art has followed me since I was five years old, when I was inspired by my kindergarten art teacher, who told us we could paint grapes whatever color we wanted. Being given that freedom made me feel ecstatic. That freedom I was able to have with art gave me a sense of purpose, even at a young age. However, when I moved to a different elementary school, the art teacher stripped us of that freedom. She was very cold and made people dread going to art class, including me. That…

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    My Sister Ethos

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    life, everything can instantly become simpler. Personally, my older sister is and always will be my role model. My sister has taught me and still teaches me different ways to cope the the burdens of life and how to be an independent young woman. My older sister has taught me: don’t take no for answer - if you want something you fight to get it, life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies - turn the bad into the good, and people may differ in opinions from you, but that doesn’t mean that you…

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