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Integrity

The video that we say was about President Abraham Lincoln. The video was about a story of him when he went on a ride with a man. The man took out a bottle of whiskey and asked Mr. Lincoln if he wanted a drink and he said no. After a while the man takes out cigars from his pocket and tells President Lincoln well since you did not drink whiskey with me would you smoke with me and Lincoln says yes but first he was going to tell him a story. Lincoln sai that when he was young his mother was very sick and she asked Lincoln to promise her that he was never going to drink or smoke and he made that promise to her. The man than says to not broke that promise. This shows integrity because Mr. President was put in a tough situation the man kept telling him to drink and smoke and he might have wanted to try it so it was probably hard for him to say no but he kept him promise and did not give in.

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Student Success Statement

CHOOSE THE RIGHT!!!

Student Success Statement

“Man’s rise or fall, success or failure, happiness or unhappiness depends on his attitude….a man’s attitude will create the situation he imagines.”

- James Allen

What Mr. Allen is saying is that your success and your happiness all depends on your attitude. The way you look at things has a big impact on your achievements. For example if you have to take a test and you have a negative attitude saying that you’re not going to pass the test than most likely you wont pass the test because you are putting negative energy and thoughts on your mind. You wont even want to try because you’ll think there is no point in you’re trying if you know you’re going to fail. If you think negative than negative things will happen to you but if you think positive than positive things will come to you. Your attitude determines your success or failure.

 

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Clinical Manager

Clinical Manager

Duties and Responsibilities:

A clinical manager is responsible for overseeing the medical and administrative operations of clinics and other medical facilities. They also supervise both clinical and administrative staff. Becoming a clinical manager is similar to becoming a practice administrator it includes recruitment, supervision, and evaluation of medical staff such as physicians, nurses, and orderlies as well as administrative employees such as billing clerks and medical coders.

Salary:

$76,000

Education:

Depending on the workplace the educational requirements for a clinical manager vary. You normally need a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a field like medical services administration or health care administration. Coursework in a relevant 4- year bachelor degree program includes courses in health care law and ethics, health care financial management, organization and management in health care, information systems for health care, health care administration, and case management.

Reflection:

I don’t think I would be interested in becoming a clinical manager because this career does not interest me at all. This is not a career that I would like to do in the future. I would rather become a teacher and work with a first grade class and that’s exactly what I am going to become.  The clinical manager career is not for me.

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Student Success Statement

CHOOSE THE RIGHT!!!

Student Success Statement

“Kindness is the essence of greatness.”

-Joseph B. Wirthlin

What Mr. Wirthlin is saying is that in order for you to be great you have to be kind. If you are kind to other great things will comes to you and you will also be a great person yourself. For example that 12 year old kid named Ian that showed his act of kindness at the baseball game. At the game he caught a baseball that a player throw at him he saw that another kid was sad because he wanted to ball so he walked over to the kid and handed him the ball. Because of this simple act of kindness he got a baseball bat signed by his favorite player and he got to attend 3 another games for free. You shouldnt do kind things to get things in return you should be kind for the simple fact that its the right thing to do. Remember that you should always choose the right.

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Speech Pathologist

Speech Pathologist

Duties and Responsibilities:

Speech pathologists diagnose, treat, and help to prevent communication and swallowing disorders in patients. These disorders result from a variety of causes, such as a stroke, brain injury, hearing loss, developmental delay, a cleft palate, cerebral palsy, or emotional problems.  Speech pathologist do the following:

  • Communicate with patients to evaluate their levels of speech or language difficulty
  • Determine the extent of communication problems by having a patient complete basic reading and vocalizing tasks or by giving standardized tests
  • Identify treatment options
  • Create and carry out an individualized treatment plan
  • Teach patients how to make sounds and improve their voices
  • Teach alternative communication methods to patients with little or no speech capability
  • Work with patients to improve their ability to read and write correctly
  • Work with patients to develop and strengthen the muscles used to swallow
  • Counsel patients and families on how to cope with communication disorders

Salary:

$69,870 per year

$33.59 per hour

Education:

To become a speech pathologist you need a master’s degree. Graduate programs often include courses in age-specific speech disorder, alternative communication methods, and swallowing disorders. These programs also include supervised clinical practice in addition to coursework. To become a speech pathologist you also must be licensed in almost all states. To obtain a license you need at least a master’s degree and supervised clinical experience.

Reflection:

This career does not interest me at all so that’s the reason why I would not like to become a speech pathologist. This career has to do with teaching people how to speak again and if they can’t you would have to teach them a new way to communicate which would most likely be sign language. I rather work in a school where I could teach kids all about math and science and how to read and write and not only one thing like how to speak.

 

]Speech-language pathologists

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Acts of Kindness

  • Giving up your sit to an elderly person
  • Volunteering
  • Help someone carry their bags
  • Let someone go in front of you at the grocery store
  • When people loan you money
  • Helping an old lady cross the street
  • Giving up your time to tutor someone
  • Giving food to someone in need
  • Helping someone pay their bills if they need the help
  • Helping someone move their stuff to a new home
  • Giving someone money if they need it
  • Helping a friend out if they need help with their homework/classwork
  • Donating to charity
  • Being there for someone when no one lese is
  • transport someone who cant drive
  • thank people
  • When someone simply helps you and expects nothing in return
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Student Success Statement

CHOOSE THE RIGHT!!!

Student Success Statement

“Visualization-Imagination: What you see is what you get”

-ANON

What this person is saying is pretty straight forward he is saying that whatever we imagine is what we will accomplish. If you visualize yourself succeeding in life than you will succeed in life but if you visualize yourself not doing anything with your life than you won’t become something or someone in life.  in order to succeed you need to visualize yourself succeeding in life if you can’t do that than you will  fail in life. Whatever you become in life is because you imagined yourself becoming that in the future. Nothing is impossible in life as long as you imagine it happening.