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In the essay Larger Than Life one of Jenny Lyn Baders arguments is that we should stick to role models instead of heros 728 Role models may live next door while a hero might be a courageous head of state a saint a leader of armies a role model might be someone who put in a tree-day presidential bid your local minister your boss Bader 728 I agree with this argument that Jenny Lyn Bader makes I know what it means to be a role model to someone For example I was a mentor last semester at Bear River School I was suppose to provide a personal window for the students on a possible future My ethical and professional behavior all were suppose to leave a strong impression on students as well as my attitude toward my work I was to communicate my feelings about what I was doing Share my frustrations as well as my nthusiasm When something were to excite me I would tell my students about it And at the end before I was to leave I was suppose to communicate to them the importance of role modeling and my hope was that the students will someday be role models themselves Role models are every where Role models can be a persons parents friends relatives and teachers We need role models Kids need to know the importance of what one person can do to make a difference Just teaching them about another life that made a difference is just basically teaching them that ones kids themselves can make a difference Thats incredibly important A role model can motivate a person into accomplishing a certain task Without role models I believe no one would be inspired to do anything And the greatest ones are a persons parents Thats from whom a person starts learning the basic steps of life Unlike heros role models can
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