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A small collection of the most important things that I have on me daily.
This is a short list of the things I carry on an every day basis. All three of these items have a special connection to me or they are instrumental in my day to day life. The Amethyst bracelet was given to me by a friend a short time ago whom I'm very close to. My baseball bag, which holds individual items that contain many personal memories of good times and hardships. The final item, my car keys, are important to me because I'm proud of what I have.
These three objects somewhat describe the memories and emotions I carry with me on an daily basis. Albeit personal, these items represent the things that tie me to my town. Enjoy.
A collection of personal objects that characterize Jacob Carlson. This collection contains objects related to his adult years. Each object acts as a window into a different aspect of Jacob's daily adult life, and together allow us to see the larger picture of the teacher and father. Most of the object are utilitarian, their functions giving personal meaning to them over time. Two objects are gifts, and thus have the additional weight of the relationships they hold. Together, the objects demonstrate a value placed on interpersonal relationships and education: intangibles that carry great weight in the life of Jacob Carlson.
This is a collection of personal items that characterize Isabella Garrett. Each of these objects holds a special place in Isabella's heart. Through each object's description you learn a little about Isabella's hobbies and passions. The award shows perseverance through her struggles in band, the "Sound Bible" shows her passion for sound engineering, and the house plant shows how she is constantly growing even through the most harsh conditions. May these objects and descriptions provide a window into who Isabella is as a person.
This collection showcases various objects from high school junior Abbi Geiger’s life. Each of these objects may not look very interesting at a glance. However, once you know the importance of each and the valuable lessons that can be learned from them you will never be able to see them the same. This collection showcases a handmade clock, a cross necklace, and a book titled Tuesdays With Morrie. These objects may not look related but they have all worked together in shaping the person that Abbi Geiger is today.
This collection is called "The Things I Carry". It is three things that I carry the most that represent me as a person. As I described these I looked past the value as an object and looked at how I value these items personally. I chose my dance bag, my phone, and my keys.
A Collection of objects that Wyatt Cooper carries nearly every day. All of these objects were obtained by Wyatt during his high school career at Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto. Each object allows the viewer to see a different part of Wyatt, and his love of friends, family, and self. Although most of the objects are unassuming and ordinary, the experiences that Wyatt has had with them make them extraordinary in his eyes.
These are several objects I carry with me everyday. These items show that family is very important to me. They are my rock and I enjoy the little reminder of them everyday. My family has been there for me through the ups and down and I am so thankful I can rely on them. Each of these objects remind me that my family will always support me.
Throughout their lives, everyone grows and changes. No one is the same person they were as a child. Eventually, all will grow up and mature into their true selves. Grace Gross is a junior in high school. She is one of many who are still trying to figure out who they are in this world. Along the way, she has come across many things that have impacted her greatly. Several inanimate objects can be used to represent who has become of Grace Gross. Two of which she encounters every day and all of which she holds close to her. These are items that will always be a part of Grace's life as she advances onto new things.
These are three very meaningful objects that represent Harper Buhs. This collection of meaningful objects all relate to family. Each object shows apart of Harper’s life and how it always comes back to family. Many would look at these objects and not think much of it, but to Harper it is about the stories and memories behind them. They all have sentimental value and show to type of person she has become.
This collection contains personal objects that can be found throughout Elizabeth’s room. All of these items show a part of both Elizabeth’s past and present. Many of these objects are things that most people would consider junk and things to throw away. However, to Elizabeth, they hold a lot of meaning and are things that she will keep for a long time. These items allow for more insight to Elizabeth’s personal life and her relationships, as well as her hobbies.
Josh Gibson has a big heart and a love for education. Gibson is a beloved member of our community. He values personal relationships and always is trying to better himself. Family has always been a major aspect in his life. Gibson enjoys the companionship of others, he is very social. Gibson spends the majority of his days with family, friends, and students. He always greets you with a warm smile and is excited to start any conversation. Josh Gibson's personality lights up any room with his contagious smile and positive attitude. Civic Memorial is blessed to have such a compassionate and intelligent staff member. Gibson's objects—silver medallion, school identification badge, and family photo— illustrate his love for his family, education, and teaching.
Gibson, Josh. Personal interview. 22 April 2019.
A collection of personal objects that delineate Mandy Drew. This collection contains objects that were obtained during her childhood and young adult years. She considers each of these objects to be important and meaningful in her life. The objects symbolize what takes up most of her time, music and family. All of these are things she was raised to hold close and in high standards. With these objects are some key memories of their origin and meaning in her life.
What Molly Williams, a junior at Civic Memorial High School, highly values among her items. Two of these items are gifts from her parents, and one is a hobby introduced to her by her sister, and has stuck with her ever since. All of these things make up the creative aspects of her adolescence and have, in some way, molded her to become who she is and who she will be.
The Things I Carry. Two turtles and a ring. Some odd small objects that mean more than the world to me. Each holding a specific memory, a specific piece of my heart.
These are some of the things that I carry with me in life and can act as a representation for who I am today.
This Collection contains resources to help students understand the three branches of government in the United States.
SWBT identify and describe the purposes of each branch of the United States government.
This collection includes a brief overview of Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism. It focuses on the story of Laozi and his ideas about the Dao and the balance between yin and yang. It includes two short passages from the Dao de Jing, assessment questions throughout, and a final task where students create their own collection about Daoism.
Tags: Dao, Confucius, Tao, Buddha, Laozi, China, religion, philosophy