17 Leadership Expository A leader is defined as a person who directs commands

17 leadership expository a leader is defined as a

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Leadership (Expository) A leader is defined as a person who directs, commands or guides a group or activity. Think about someone you know who has proven to be a great leader, either in leading a country or team or organization. Write an essay about this leader, explaining the characteristics they have which would encourage people to follow them. Be as specific as possible in illustrating the attributes that this leader has exhibited which would lead others to respect, admire and follow them. Travel (Narrative) For many people, travel is a wonderful hobby. It offers the chance to go to distant cities or countries to discover new worlds. Those worlds can be as far away as the other side of the globe or as close as the other side of town. Write a story about a trip you have taken, describing in detail the sights and sounds of your journey from beginning to end. Career (Descriptive) Write an essay about the career that you plan to pursue when you are an adult. Include information such as the preparation or training that you would need to achieve this career, and how it will affect your life and the lives of those around you. Explain the responsibilities of your work and why this career is the ideal one for you. Shapes and Textures (Descriptive) Write an essay describing the shapes and textures of several objects you touch every day. What are the similarities and differences in how these objects look and feel? What emotions do they evoke? Proudest Moment (Narrative) There are moments in everyone's lives when they feel pride and accomplishment after completing a challenging task. These moments can happen in the classroom, on the field, or in their personal lives. Write a story about one of your proudest moments. Describe the circumstances around the event, and the struggles you had to overcome. Include why that moment was your proudest, and how it affected your life. Pitch Session (Narrative) In Hollywood, screen writers sometimes pitch their idea to producers by saying, "It's like Movie A meets Movie B." This means the idea combines elements of two well-known movies into an entirely new movie. Imagine blending two of your favorite movies by combining parts from each movie. Write a brief version of the story that would emerge. Harmless Entertainment? (Persuasive) Some parents and community leaders argue that violent television shows, movies, and video games encourage violent behavior. Fans contend that these shows and games are only entertainment and do not influence viewers' behavior. With which view do you agree? Write an essay supporting your position. Explain 18
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the reasons why you believe it is the right side. Use examples to strengthen your argument. Celebrity Role Models (Persuasive) Many people look up to celebrities as role models and imitate their styles, interests, and attitudes. Admirers believe that celebrities' success gives other people permission to act in the same way, even when these decisions and actions are frivolous or dangerous. Write an essay arguing whether or not celebrities are appropriate role models for young people. Identify the qualities or attributes of a role model, and analyze
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