User:Shany Essays

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My School Trip

On Monday morning we started out on the school trip not realizing that it would be our last one. We had to wake up so early, so naturally most of as fell asleep. We heard the guides' explanations as a background sound while the bus driver took us to Jerusalem.

listening skills

Many relationships between people are based on listening, which is the first condition to communication. In order to recall information, you have to be focused when you listen. The brain improves its listening skills on its own automatically whenever you write notes, while you listen.

Contrary to regular people' blind people have sharp listening like Ray Charls and Steve Wonder. The singers developed listening helps them succeed in the music industry and they have an advantage over people who hear. There is no doubt that being aware to your level of listening helps you improve your listening.

Students who listen during the lesson are most likely to succeed. In comparison, students who don't listen in lessons will have to try harder in order to get good grades.

(Comment.gif: Excellent writing, Shany. --Nellie Deutsch 20:59, 27 November 2008 (UTC))

Stress among young people

Teenagers spend a lot of time at school. They need to handle high levels of stress like tests and other school work. Though all of us suffer from stress every once in a while teenagers are most likely to...

Difficulties in life

When I first decided to join "Yuval Eilam" organization I already knew it would be physically hard and demanding, but it never occurred to me it would be so hard.

For those of you who don`t know "Yuval Eilam", I will explain that this organization helps you get in shape before the army. I train twice a week for two hours each time. Normally the group trains at the sea, but now because it`s winter the training is in the parks of Netanya.

The first time I went to the training, I was shocked. I just couldn't believe that regular people in my age can be so strong. I was embarrassed to run next to those people who ran in such an efficient way. After a while, I understood that in order to be like them, I needed to try and participate. I was ready to pass out when a few kind people from the group supported me and helped me to get to the finish line. I finished my first training puffed and proud at the same time. I felt terrible, but managed to struggle on to the end. Then I realized I can and will cope with every obstacle that will come my way.

{note| An excellent lesson for life. Thank you for sharing, Shany. --Nellie Deutsch 20:51, 19 January 2009 (UTC)}}