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Absolute rock performance. On Thursday, December 4th, there was a presentation called Absolute Rock, performed by the Corporate Saturday Rock Band and Absolute Leadership Development,

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The Absolute Rock presentation On Thursday, December 4th, there was a presentation called Absolute Rock, performed by the Corporate Saturday Rock Band and Absolute Leadership Development, which was happening in the Gym that afternoon. I personal really like the presentation, and I think it was excellent performed because of the three following reasons: 1/ How it was started. The begging is often one of the most important parts in a presentation, and because of the unique start of this presentation, it became one of the best presentations I ever seen. It started with some great rock music, which many students in our school really like it. So when the grade 7 and 8 students walked into the Gym, we were all really excited about it. And I believe the Rock not only helped the students focused and enjoyed the presentation a lot, but also became the main reason that we participated actively in the presentation. Also, those rock music not only sounded great, but also had some sort of theme and idea about the presentation in it, so I think when people heard them, they can probably figure out a little bit of what the presentation was about. So I think the director really put a lot of time and effort to create this successful beginning for the presentation. ...read more.

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Because maybe one day, lying might cause you to be the one who got physical injuries or psychological damages. 3/ The funny activities. I remember there is also an activity in the presentation that three students went onto the stage and rock with the band as hard as they can. After that, those three students switched with the three teachers the students chose to rock on the stage, which made a lot of students laughed. So I think the activity was tried to show the other side of teacher's heart- can be really crazy with something too. They always acted seriously in school, because that is their job. I think the overall presentation was really impressive and I really like the way that the presentation was organized. I also learned a lot of things from the presentation. I remember that at the end of the presentation, the one of the hosts of the presentation told us the website of Absolute Rock. I think it would be interesting to find out more information about this organization, so I went on to "absolute.org" this Wednesday. And I found a lot of information that talk about the organization and what the organization does: 1/ Absolute was officially registered as a non-profit charity with the Government of Canada on January 1, 2000, and it was founded by Vaden and Christal Earle. ...read more.

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And I believe not only you can help the people in those countries, you can also promote your company's reputation at the same time. So if you have a chance to do something that can change the poor conditions that some counties are now in, I think you should do it! My first reaction to the absolute organization, and the presentation was shock, shock and shock. Because I never thought there was somebody in our country has a dream like that- empower emerging generations to change their world by living their lives with purpose. But they did not just let it "stay" as a dream forever, they used really actions to achieve their dream; to make it come true. For example, they put a lot of time and effort to organize the THINK DAY school presentations; to create an excellent website for the organization; to plan the Hero Holiday for teenagers and adults. They did all these, because they want people to realize: even though we are small, we can still change the world. So I think more people should join this organization, and become one of the members of this amazing organization. Because not only help the organization achieve their goals, but you can also help those people that are in need to achieve their dreams. So please help by join the team immediately. ...read more.

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