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Being a Choral Director for Adolescents

- 1. What are the personal characteristics needed to be a choral director for adolescents. Choral directors of adolescents need to be flexible and quick thinking. These teachers must combine the interpersonal skills of a counselor with the loving concern of a parent. The most important quality that these teachers need to have is a passion and love for kids. Often teachers do not have the temperament to teach younger adolescents and prefer to work with senior high students. Teachers of younger adolescents are important because they demand respect from their students and help to guide their students through many times some traumatic years....   [tags: Choral Director]

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A Career as Preschool Director

- “Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn life around.” Says Leo Buscaglia; a teacher of special education at the University of Southern California. Every teacher has this potential whether they are aware of it or not. I have been a teacher for nine years in early childhood education and within those nine years I have become very aware of how powerful the smallest act of caring can turn a person’s life around or even just make someone’s day a little better....   [tags: Childcare Director, Career Essays]

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Director 's Duties : Directing A Not For Profit

- Director’s Duties – Directing a Not-for-Profit We are regularly asked by our clients whether their responsibly as a ;not-for-profit’ (NFP) director is similar to their responsibility as a private or public company director. The answer is not short, but we will try to briefly explain. The role of director of a NFP organisation is rather special and often requires the ability to sometimes be a ‘jack of all trades’. The duties are not exactly those as what we have been discussing earlier in reference to the general directorial duties....   [tags: Management, Board of directors, Film director]

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Essay On Becoming A Movie Director

- As a child, I liked to watch the “behind the scenes” of a movie. My sisters and I always tried to recreate the movies I watched behind the scenes footage for – I was always the director and editor, and they were the actresses. It was around my freshmen year in school when one day I was editing a video me and my sisters had made I realized that I decided that I wanted to become a movie director. So, if I could have a ticket to go anywhere, it would be to a studio in Hollywood to direct a Hollywood movie....   [tags: Cinema of the United States, Film director, Film]

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Essay On Becoming A Movie Director

- I've always wanted to be a creative. Many of my family and friends say I can be too dramatic at times and that I should express it through film. My gravitation toward film, is the result of my lifelong fascination with storytelling and a steady of movie-watching throughout my youth. There was a time that I was intimidated by the narrow percentage of people that appear to achieve notable success in the film industry. I thought that being a movie director was one of the dream jobs that many aspired to, but few ever achieved....   [tags: Film, Film director, Film crew, Stanley Kubrick]

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Biography of Steven Spielberg: The Best Director of All Time

- ... It was like he was born to film. He soon had an obsession for making movies, especially movies that had the World War 2 theme to it. He even spent most of his free time and his allowance to satisfy his obsession for movies. Along with that, he also watched a significant deal of movies as well. Through this, he taught himself about film. These were another factor that influenced on his works. Observing the movies he was seeing, he saw different ways to film; he experimented with a lot of things that made a movie impressive, such as the soundtrack....   [tags: movies, successful, imagination, director]

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Film Review : Juno By Director Jason Reitman

- In the classic film Juno, director Jason Reitman sends the message through different film techniques such as sound, characterization and camera angling to portray the theme of the movie that it is okay to be different because no one is the same. Initially when watching the movie many viewers believe it is simply telling a story of a teenage pregnancy and how it is handled through the young adolescent Juno. Although once the movie is picked apart and analyzed through what is known as mise-en-scene, which literally means everything in scene, it is clear the movie is not what it appears to be....   [tags: Film, Film director, Jason Reitman, Pregnancy]

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Executive Director And Board Of Directors

- Foodies Forward’s Executive Director and the Board of Directors will create bylaws and board policies for the organization. These bylaws will state the rules and regulations of Foodies Forward. These rule and regulations will include but are not limited to: specifying the size and function of the board; dictating the roles and responsibilities of the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and additional staff; outlining meeting procedures and voting requirements, detailing conflicts of interests regulations, and defining how funding will be dispersed....   [tags: Management, Board of directors, Social media]

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Analysis Of Jean Luc Godard 's Movie, Film, And The American Director Of Upstream Color

- In the world of cinema, a director can either be a tool to create a film without ever being seen or heard by the audience or they can put their “stamp” on the movie so that the audience immediately knows who directed the film. The latter of these types of directors is called an auteur. The director whose style and creativity is evident and repetitive in their films is what Francois Truffaut, the film critic who established the theory, would call an auteur (Boda &Pendleton-Thompson). Two such auteurs whose films were shown in class this semester include the legendary French director Jean-Luc Godard who directed Vivre Sa Vie (1962) and the American director of Upstream Color (2013), Shane Car...   [tags: Film theory, Film, Film director, Auteur theory]

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The Administrator, The Director And The Board Of Directors

- The issue that caused the administrator to resign was a disagreement between the administrator, the director and the board of directors. The administrator wanted to release a few clients due to past due payments and the director disagreed with the decision. The director had evidence that the clients in question had paid all payments or only missed one payment. The disagreement between the administrator and director caused the director to reach out the board of directors to voice her opinion that the clients who the administrator wanted to release did not deserve it and the actions should be reconsidered....   [tags: Management, Corporate governance, Bookkeeping]

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