My hero's name is Andy Biersack, also known as Andy Black, Andy was born on December 26, 1990 in Cincinnati, OH. He is the frontman in the band Black Veil Brides.
Andy Biersack is passionate, caring, and inspirational. He is passionate when it comes to his career in the music industry. Although he is also passionate about his acting too. He shows that he is caring because he is always telling people that they should be themselves, and not let anyone tell them what to do with their lives. He also tells people not to hurt themselves, and others. He is inspirational by being himself and also inspiring others to be themselves and ignore the haters that tell them otherwise. He also inspires people to make their dreams come true with a lot if hard work and a little bit of harsh criticism.
Andy Biersack is my hero because he has inspired me to be myself when I'm with other people, and to never let people tell me what I can and can't do with my life. His music has made me feel happy when I'm upset, and calm when I'm angry. Andy's music has also helped me quit stressing over the smallest things. He inspired me to start making my dreams come true, and that I should work hard at doing so. Andy has also inspired me to be proud of who I am, and to never change for anyone.
My Summer ties in really well with my video. I went fishing with my at my moms, and then I went fishing at my dads. I got to do a lot of fun things. I also went hiking with my family as seen in the video. My video also ties into my video because it was bright and happy like the theme in the video.
I have a small dream of what I want to do with my life. I want to open my own hair and nails shop. I want it to be in Columbus, Ohio. I would like for it to be not to big, but not to small.
I have a plan to make that dream come true. I will go through both freshman, and sophomore year. Then I will go into cosmetology at Ehove in junior year, and graduate at Ehove. After Ehove I will go to college for cosmetology. Once I graduate college I will try to find a medium sized building to start out in, but when I get everything that I need I will move to a bigger building.
Week of August 29th to September 2nd
1. A. Argument (noun)- a reason or a set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong.
B. My sister and I had an argument on whether or not Trump would make a good president or not, I thought he wouldn't, and she thought he would
C. Last year we had an argument on what the legal age for driving should be.
2. A- Cite (verb)- quote a passage, book, or author as evidence for a judgement, or argument
B. Sally had to cite information for her homework, but she forgot to and failed the assignment.
C.In reading we have to go back into the text, and cite for the textual evidence.
3. A- Passive (adj.)- denoting or relating a voice of verbs in which the subject undergoes the action of the verb.
C.I haven't learned what passive verbs are, but I'm curious on how they work.
4. A- Personification (noun)- adding human characteristics to inanimate objects.
B. After school Sally had to do her homework on personification.
C. I learned about personification in the 4th grade.
5. A- Point Of View (noun)- the narrators position in relation to the story being told.
B. My book "Final Target" the point of view is 3rd person, but I'd rather have it in Cassie's point of view.
C. I like books that are in first person point of view, but third person is good too.
6. A. Collaborate (verb)- to work with someone on a project or activity.
B. Sally had to collaborate with people she didn't like, so the project was ruined for her.
C I had to collaborate with people I don't like, and the project is always ruined for me.
7. A, Articulate (adj)- having or showing the ability to speak fluently.
B. Callie was an articulative speaker because her parents are proper people.
C. I need to be a more articulative speaker, or people will never understand me.
8. A. Evolve (verb)- to develop gradually, especially from something simple to a more complex form.
B. Sally believes that people evolved from apes, and so do many scientists.
C. Scientists believe that humans have evolved from apes, but I don't agree with them.
9. A. Meticulous (adj)- showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise.
B. Callie is very meticulous, so she is very observant.
C. I am very meticulous, and I also have OCD.
10. A. Agile (adj)- able to move quickly.
B. Callie is very agile therefore she has very fast movement.
C. I am not very agile, but I have quick reflexes when people try to hit me.
11. A. Hypotenuse (noun)- the longest side of the right triangle.
B. Sally has recently learned what hypotenuse is, so now she knows what he longer side of a right
C. I haven't learned what the hypotenuse is, but now I know
12. A. Converse (verb)- switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.
B. Sally doesn't know what converse is, and she can't wait to learn.
13. A. Irrational Numbers (noun)- a real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of numbers.
B. Irrational numbers can be decimals that go on forever, and one famous irrational number is pi.
C. We are currently learning about irrational numbers, but I'm still a little confused.
14. A. Rational Numbers (noun)- any number that can be expressed as a fraction.
B. 0.75 is a rational number because it can be expressed as a fractions.
We are learning about rational numbers in Ms. Turners class right now.
15. A. Square Root (noun)- a number that produces a specific quantity when multiplied by itself.
B. The square root of 25 is 5, and the square root of 81 is 9.
C. I learned about square roots last year in 7th grade.
16. A. Elastic Potential Energy (noun)- energy stored in any object or material that is bent, stretched, or compressed.
B. Even though the spring has elastic energy, it won't hurt that bad if it hits you.
C. We recently took a test in science on elastic potential energy.
17. A. Newton (noun)- the unit in the metric system used to measure force
B. Even though newtons are hard to understand, Sally somehow gets by with a passing grade.
C. I confuse newtons with other forces a lot, so I got my homework wrong.
18. A. Force Field (noun)- an area around an object where an object can influence another object with out touching it. A magnetic field is an example of this.
B. Because force fields are made differently in movies, people think they are some cool thing around an object.
19. A. Inertia (noun)- how hard it is to get something moving, stop a moving object or change the direction of a moving object.
B. Sally doesn't understand inertia unless someone explains it to her.
C. I mix up weight and inertia a lot.
20. A. Normal Force (noun)- a equal but opposite force that pushes back when you stand, sit, or push on a surface so you do not sink through that surface.
B. As long as normal force is on Earth Sally won't sink to the ground.
C. Normal force is what causes people to not sink into the ground, or into their chair when they're sitting on it.
21. A. Accept (verb)- consent to receive something offered
B. James accepted candy from Callie, but he di
22. A. Expect (verb)- to regard something is going to happen.
23. A. Affect (verb)- having an effect on or making a difference.
24. A. Effect (noun)- a change that is a result or consequence of an action or other cause.
25. A. Principle (noun)- the fundamental truth or proposition that serves as a foundation for a system of belief or behavior for a chain of reasoning.
26. A. Allusion (noun)- an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it; an indirect or passing reference.
27. A. Onomatopoeia (noun)- the formation of a word from a sound that is associated with what is named.
28. A. Alliteration (noun)- the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning or an adjacent or closely connected words.
B. "She sells sea shells by the sea shore" is an alliteration, but "I sell necklaces at my store" is not.
29. A. Irony (noun)- a figure of speech in which words are used in such a way that their intended meaning is different from the actual meaning of the words.
B. Sarcasm is a form of irony because people are saying something completely different from what it means.