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1 Ian Francis Mr. Calvey WRT 102-65 2-16-09 1) This essay is somewhat personal. Very likely, certain people or events in your life have helped you to discover aspects of yourself or your role. Choose either an event or person that led to self-discovery on your part. Plan and type a 2-page or longer (double spaced, 12 point font) essay in which you do three things: (1) describe the event or person that facilitated this self-discovery, (2) explain what you discovered about yourself or your role (you might mention how what you discovered was good or bad), and (3) discuss what you did with this self-discovery. You should probably begin your essay with a brief intro paragraph, then spend one body paragraph on each of the three parts, then conclude with a brief final paragraph. Try to discuss the topic in a complex and specific, rather than simple and vague, manner. This essay may be included in your final portfolio, so you are required to use the entire class period. “H I Can’t Hear Ya” HOBY, this seemingly random jumble of letters represents the most influential few days of my life. HOBY is a youth leadership organization started by the actor Hugh O’Brian. Founded upon the mantra “We teach you how to think, not what to think” HOBY has touched over 5 million lives in the fifty years it has existed, including mine. My experience at HOBY taught me how to learn. I had no idea what to expect as I was dropped off at the campus of Colorado School of Mines the
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