Monday, 20 March 2017

In writing I have been learning to:
  • use all basic punctuation independently
  • attempt more complex punctuation (eg semicolons, colons, parentheses)

I have been especially focusing on using parentheses and commas. I have highlighted these in green where I have used them as well as other punctuation that I changed because it was used incorrectly. Here is a piece of my writing that shows this.

Being motivational is a key leadership trait. This means that you can motivate students to put more effort into your game and feel better when they succeed. Many of the worlds great leaders have displayed this, one of these leaders is Stephen hawking. Stephen hawking stood out to me because even though he has A.L.S. (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), he still aspires to contribute more to the fields of cosmology, general relativity and quantum gravity, primarily in the context of black holes. I know that I can be motivational like Stephen hawking as a PAL. This is important to my role because we need to motivate students to participate in our games. I´ll accomplish this by by showing people how fun a game, that they already know how to play can be when it´s modified. As well as being motivational, goal focused is equally important.

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