Describe the world you come from – for example, your family, community or school – tell us how your world has shaped your dreams and aspirations.(1) I always knew I wanted to become a community leader. I come from a Vietnamese immigrant family and my parents have taught me through their survival stories how care about thecommunity. (2) My parents always taught me to appreciate what I have because they have also struggled very much when first coming to this country. (3) When I was younger they always taught me that I haveresponsibility to help the community and not forget how lucky I am. (4) So, I grew up volunteering in soup kitchens. (5) I took this interest further at a youth leader in my high school, Summertime Hillsin Cupertino, CA. (6) Growing up near the headquarters of Apple Computers, I know I am exposed to a unique community of changes of technology. (7) At my school, I am the lead advocacy officer forPeople First – an anti-genocide coalition. (8) Doing things like gather donations in classroom to fund firewood and food supplies for Darfur victims makes me feel connected to the global community. (9) Ialso am a varsity athlete on the girl’s softball team and that is an important part of who I am. (10) My parents support all of my interests and I know that your school is best for me.
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E.What are your first reactions to this short essay?
F.Please circle any words you don’t know. (It is good to add to your vocabulary!)
G.In one color,underline what words/phrases/ideas your think are the strongest. Explain please.
H.In one color, underline what words/phrases/ideas your think are the strongest. Explain please.
I.In terms of howthe ideas connect together. What would you rate this essay 1-10?
F. To look closer, make a list from #1-10. We will go through each sentence and discuss how well each idea...