Tuesday, May 8, 2007

The Human Brain

So, we now see the similarities in a brain and a hard drive. The main one is that without them, the rest of the body or machine would fail miserably. They are vital to the life of a computer or a human.

Monday, April 30, 2007

The Human Brain

A human must have a brain. A computer must have a hard drive. Why? Because, if a human did not have a brain, it could not think, or do anything, and the person would die. If a computer has no hard drive, it will not function properly, and it cannot tell the rest of the computer what to do, and it couldn’t remember anything

Monday, April 23, 2007

The Human Brain

Both the brain and a computer’s hard drive control the other parts of themselves. They command the other parts of the body. They tell them what to do, and where to go. They do this quickly and efficiently.

Monday, April 16, 2007

The Human Brain

Memorization is something both brains and hard drives do quite well. If you go somewhere, or do something, your brain stores that memory away. Similarly, a hard drive stores memories of the places you go on a computer.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Human Brain

The human brain can be thought of, in some ways, like a computer’s hard drive. It controls the rest of the body. It tells other parts what to do. It stores information. Today we will look at three main similarities, which are memory, command-sending, and the necessity of having one.

Monday, April 2, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

As we can see, there are many similarities between life and a football coach’s job. Sometimes we fail. Sometimes we win. But we should never give up.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

Persistence is perhaps the most important key to both life and coaching. Coaches can’t just quit if they lose the first game of the season. People can’t just quit their life because they get fired. Coaches and average people must both keep trying.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

Everyone deals with letdowns. Coaches get letdown when they lose games, or have a bad season. People get letdown when a family member dies, or when they fail at something. They both have to find ways to deal with it or try and change it.

Monday, March 19, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

Coaches make decisions all the time. So do everyday, normal people. And, in both cases, the decisions you make now effect what happens later. If a coach chooses to go for it on fourth and short, it could affect the outcome of the game. If you choose to skip college, it could affect the outcome of your life.

Monday, March 5, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

Life can be like a football coach’s job. It can be uplifting and encouraging at some points. It can also be very demoralizing at other times. It reflects on life in many different ways. Today we will look at some similarities in life and coaching, which are making decisions, dealing with letdowns, and persistence.

Thursday, March 1, 2007

New Essay, Part Five

All in all, effort doesn’t mean success. It means you tried. It means you were committed. It means you worked hard to accomplish something, and even if you didn’t you’re better off for trying than you would be if you hadn’t tried at all.

Monday, February 26, 2007

New Essay, Part Four

The end result of effort is possibly recognition. If you work hard enough at one thing, you are likely to go somewhere with it. On the other hand, you might work and work, but still not be known or appreciated. It is at times like this that you felt your effort was wasted. But it was not, whether you realize it or not. You might not have gone anywhere with your attempt, but you are definitely better than when you started.

New Essay, Part Three

One of the terms that is often thought of when one hears the word effort is hard work. If you work hard, you exhibit effort. Effort is also closely related to power or strength. Effort does not mean power, but you must have the power to perform the effort.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

New Essay, Part Two

What is effort? An effort is much like an attempt, or a try. If you try to climb a mountain, you made an effort to climb that mountain. Effort also means to work hard. You can put out the effort to climb that mountain. Even if you don’t make it, you still put out the effort.

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Monday, February 12, 2007

New Essay, Part One

Have you ever put out what you thought was a lot of effort, but it didn’t help you in what you were trying to do? Does that still count as hard work, or effort? If you work hard and you still aren’t the best, does that mean you wasted your time? We will try to find the answers to these questions by looking at the meaning of effort, some terms associated with effort, and the end result of effort.

Monday, February 5, 2007

Five Paragraph Essay, Part Five

These stars are dedicated to what they do. They practice often. They play hard. They made their dreams come true. Will you?

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Five Paragraph Essay, Part Four

Tracy Mcgrady has yet to lead his team, the Houston Rockets, to the playoffs, but he easily could at any time. He is an outstanding basketball player, but he is often plagued with injuries. Yet, he pushes through them and has emerged as one of the better players in the NBA. He proves that no matter how hard it is, it can be done.

Monday, January 29, 2007

Five Paragraph Essay, Part Three

Vince Carter started his career with the Toronto Raptors, but now he plays for the New Jersey Nets. He won the 2002 NBA slam dunk contest, and that isn’t the only thing he can do. He has led his team to the second round of the playoffs, and he wants to take them all the way to the championship. He is one of the best in terms of scoring inside, and he is not easily stopped outside the perimeter. Carter has won world-wide recognition for his outstanding skills.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Five Paragraph Essay, Part Two

Steve Nash of the Phoenix suns led his team to an NBA championship. Many believe he has the ability to do it again. He is somewhat short, but it does not hinder him at all. He is very good at getting inside and scoring, and he is deadly from the 3-point line. He is a very good basketball player, and many people have recognized his talents.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Five Paragraph Essay, Part One

Have you ever wanted to be the best at something? Some people spend their whole lives trying to be the best at something. Some people try to be the best at football. Others work at hockey, or baseball. And some people play basketball. Those who want to be a star basketball player model their game after some of the best, such as Steve Nash, Vince Carter, and Tracy Mcgrady.