Phil Jackson

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  • Three Main Levels Of Basketball Coaching

    Coaching is a very common thing that lots of people want to do. The occupation is mainly built around experience the more experience an individual has the more opportunity an individual will have. The three main levels of basketball coaching are high school, college and NBA these three levels are similar but have some differences. I will go into details about each of these levels and give general information of them. The high school/middle school level of coaching is the first step of achieving the other two steps of coaching. The high school/middle school level of basketball coaching requires for an individual to be an accredited teacher (livestrong). Each state has its own requirements but most states follow pretty much the same qualifications. This involves receiving a bachelor’s degree usually in the field of teaching. This also requires background checks and licensing exams specific states may require a coaching certification (livestrong). Each state and districts are different but some may require that an individual has a CPR license, first aid certification and basketball specific coaching classes (livestrong). According to the average salary of a basketball coach which is expected to rise in future years is between eight hundred and three thousand dollars adding on to whatever they make with their teaching job. High school coach’s hours are not set in stone they have to fit in hours with other sports teams in that season on top of watching…

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  • Oprah Winfrey Role Model

    from high school Oprah accepted a part time job as a radio show host in Nashville. Entering her second year of college at Tennessee state, Oprah decided to dropout and accept a job as an anchor for WTVF-TV in Nashville. She was the first ever African American to hold that position as a woman. Oprah had a few other stints with other shows through the years, but in 1984 it was her time to shine. Oprah hosted an early morning talk show out of Chicago, but this show conflicted with a very popular…

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  • Confronting Cyberbullying Epidemic Analysis

    The issue of cyberbullying has been a prevalent topic that has been at the forefront of many discussions since the birth of the internet. Multiple media sources have covered it and attempted to help troubled parents protect their children’s online experience. “It’s Time to Stop the Cyberbullying Epidemic” by Dr. Phil McGraw and “Confronting Cyberbullying” by Peter Levy are some examples. In his article for The Huffington Post, Dr. Phil attempts to empathize with parents in order to convey his…

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  • Chris Tomlin And John Lennon: An Analysis

    Music is usually something that everyone can relate to. Music has conformed over many years and will continue too many years to come. The numerous genres of music have made it possible to touch many different lives, because not everyone likes the same music. Music is something that is different to everyone. Some may use music to help lift their spirit, and then someone else may use it to calm down their self. No matter how you use music in your own individual way, it is something that our world…

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  • Superjoint: Metal Concert Analysis

    No matter where you live or where you are from, people of the earth believe music to be extraordinary and an evocative fixation. People of all walks appreciate hearing and listening to their favorite tunes. Music can generate feelings within a listener whether it has a singular meaning or one of extraordinary sensation. How do songs achieve this? Music is more intricate than most can comprehend. There are numerous characteristics such as melody, texture, tempo, rhythm and dynamics, to be…

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  • Informative Essay On Norman Rockwell

    Lessons are learned through parental discipline (Slide 9). They learn to be big brother and big sisters, by caring for their younger siblings (Slide 3). However, the children also start experiencing the beginning stages of body-image and inner-beauty struggles (Slide 5 & 13). The parents’ main focus is raising their children, which may include discipline (Slide 9). The houses are always depicted as messy with toys and clothing (Slide 4). While the women are usually raising the children, the…

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  • Phil Spector's Influence On The Music Industry

    The Impact of Phil Spector in Music Industry. In 1951, a young boy moved from the thriving musical city of New York to Los Angeles after his father died. Having a perfect musical training background gave him an opportunity to become a member of the Teddy Bears. This young boy wrote "To Know Him is To Love Him" when he was a teenager. His song reached the No.1 hit song on the Billboard chart in 1958 (O'Hare 48). His name is Phil Spector, a talented producer, songwriter, and musician. In later…

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  • Medgar Evers Thesis

    1970 in Brooklyn New York, Medgar Evers ' College (apart of the City University of New York school system) was opened. The school more or less just being named after Evers '. In film and TV: 1983 a straight to TV movie, "For Us The Living: The Medgar Evers Story was released. This particular movie is based on a book co-authored by Evers ' wife Myrile Evers. In 1969 a community pool in Seattle was named after Evers '. June of 1992 Jackson Mississippi erected a statue of Evers '. There is also a…

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  • The Importance Of Civil Rights In The School Curriculum

    Ronald Bailey calls one of “the most intense and important” in the history of the Civil Rights Movement (7).. In that role, he organized voters’ registration drives, economic boycotts, demonstrations and investigations to draw attention to discrimination. Fearlessly, he publicized the 1955 Mississippi lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till and other brutal attacks on Blacks along with his failed bid to enroll in the University of Mississippi 's law school. These publications expose the true…

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  • Racism In Sons Of Mississippi

    in this picture wearing a Stetson hat and glasses that seem embedded atop his bulbous nose. He, in a drunken rage and his busload of deputized bandits set out towards Ole Miss to take part in a riot brought on by the integration of the University of Mississippi by James Meredith. Grimsley and his crew never made it passed the roadblocks it was documented that he was, “photographed heaving a brick or a piece of concrete through a store window.” (157) Later, he is quoted saying, “that at Oxford…

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