Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Have You Ever Tried to Write the NASPE Standards in Story Form?

6 NASPE Standards in Story Form

Everyone thinks of a superhero and the first thing that comes to mind is a man with huge muscles, super strength, can fly, has mind reading abilities and it good at everything. I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Anyone can be a superhero. You want to know how I know this? I have a little story that explains a man, who is my kind superhero, and he doesn’t have the ability to fly, or read minds, or pick up cars, but he is still pretty amazing.

Mr. George is not an athlete like you may think, but he is a very well rounded man. He values a healthy lifestyle. This means he likes being active as much as possible. Mr. George cares about the environment and tries to ride his bike or walk whenever possible instead of driving his car. He takes his grandkids bowling every Wednesday night he walks his dog every morning before he goes to work. Plays golf every Saturday with his college buddies and enjoys playing squash with his wife on Sundays. Furthermore Mr. George love to volunteer his time at the local animal shelter, where he rescues dogs in his free time.

Mr. George is a superhero because he puts others before himself, he lives a healthy lifestyle, by staying active regularly, and eating healthy foods. Furthermore he saves dogs from bad homes and finds new homes for them in his free time. This just shows that by being a well rounded person you can be a superhero too.

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