The Road to Perseverance
"Mistakes are proof that you're trying" ~ Anonymous
How is perseverance defined?
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg vs Lorenzo Santillan on the Road to Perseverance (Compare and Contrast)
Steve Job's Road to Perseverance (Description)
Oscar Vazquez's Road to Perseverance (Cause and Effect)
Oscar Vasquez wanted to join the US army, but was unable to be in the US army because he was an undocumented citizen in the US. Consequently, he felt sorry for himself, but he had resolve to do as much as he could to help the country while he could by joining the ROTC. After this cause, He tried to use his leadership to show his complacence towards the idea of not being in the US army, and being threatened of deportation, but his adversities were still there. Despite the repercussions of this cause, he had a conviction of still joining the US army some day. He kept going forward as much as possible until he was able to get into the army. Oscar had to get over these adversities by taking the risks of being deported so that he could legally live in America and join the US army.
The Donner Party's Road to Perseverance (Sequence)
Keevan's Road to Perseverance (Problem-Solution)
Keithley, George. The Donner Party. N.p.: n.p., 1970. Print
McCaffrey, Anne. The Smallest Dragonboy. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print.
Salerno-Sonnenberg, Nadja. Nadja on My Way. N.p.: n.p., 1989. Print