4.4 speed


One of the most important things I learned is that practice makes perfect. I say this because I used to be the slowest person in the school. Therefore, I started practicing on my speed, getting my legs stronger, and doing so because I wanted to get faster. As the days went on, I recognized that I was getting faster after all the hard work I been putting in.
One day at school in P.E. our class had to do a foot race, and I came off on top. Now I am one of the fastest persons in the school -if not the fastest! Therefore, I say practice makes perfect: if you want to get perfect at something keep on practicing to get better and better.
Most people learn from any and everyone. Everyone has their own way of learning it just depends on how you do it. I learn a lot of ways: listening to others and doing as told, but mostly from my caring teachers, coaches, friends, and relatives. They have all said to me at some time or another: “All you have to do is set your mind to it, and you will achieve.” I mostly learn by listening and paying attention to the person who is doing the teaching. And, then, when it’s time to do the task, whatever it may be, I have it down because I was paying attention and listening.
A good learning environment is somewhere you do your best learning at. I say this because if you are comfortable with the learning area, you are more likely to learn faster and better. And remember: no matter how hard it might be just STAY FOCUSED and you will more than likely come out on top.