Smart Plan

  • Specific: I want to work with children who have poor home lives or lack a source of motivation and encouragement. I hope to work with others who are also interested with the well being of these children.
  •  Measurable: I want  to have a career in a school district or for the state within a year after graduating. I would also like to be financially stable and be able to afford what is needed for me to be an independent adult.
  •  Achievable: I can accomplish my goal by excelling in all my classes needed to obtain my degree. Also with internships and volunteer work relating to my future career.
  • Relevant: If all of my goals above were to happen as planned I would be happy with my job. I’ve always loved helping people and I have always loved children and watching them learn. I think I will accomplish this goal because I am very good at getting things done that need to be done. If I give myself a specific time frame, I will get what needs to be taken care of accomplished.

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  1. Allan Poshel

    Character analysis essays are difficult for many students because they do not know how to analyze the characters more thoroughly. Ghostwritingpaper also addresses this situation, and next we will talk to students about how the statement part of character analysis should be written.
    The narrative part should first give a short introduction to the basic situation of the character, so that the reader has a basic understanding of the character. In addition, the character traits of the characters should be analyzed in detail. While analyzing the character traits, you can intersperse some things that the character did in the story, which can make the character fuller. Finally, we should pay attention to each paragraph of the statement section to have a topic sentence, which can also make the essay look more neat.


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