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May 17, 2013 Renee Burke Yearbook Adviser Boone High School 1000 East Kaley Street Orlando, FL 32806 Dear Mrs. Burke: It has come to my attention that the Legend yearbook is seeking qualified students for an editor position. I am aware that an editor must be hardworking, skilled in design, photography, and writing, and dedicated to the publication, all qualities that I possess. If you are looking for someone for this position, then please consider the attached resume for your review. As the Business Manager of the 2013 yearbook, I have shown dedication to the yearbook. I have managed deadlines while completing deposits and advertising the yearbook. I have enjoyed fulfilling the duties of business manager and look forward to continuing a leadership role on staff while putting in the time and energy needed to create a memorable yearbook. My skills in design, photography, and writing have greatly improved over the course of this year. I feel that with continued practice and exposure to InDesign and Photoshop, I will acquire more advanced skills that will allow me to become a qualified editor. The Legend yearbook provides an opportunity for me to combine my skills and enthusiasm to create an outstanding yearbook, which will help the yearbook be exceptional. I would love to express my interest in being an editor in further detail with you through a personal interview at a time that is convenient for you. Thank you for your consideration; I look forward to meeting with you. Respectfully yours,

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OBJECTIVE To improve my skills in design, photography, and writing through obtaining an editor position of the Legend yearbook staff. EDUCATION Completed three years at William R. Boone High School Graduation date: June 2014 G.P.A. 3.87 un-weighted, 4.72 weighted. Top 3% of class. EXPERIENCE Legend Yearbook, William R. Boone High School • Aug 2012 – present. Staff member. Interviewed students, wrote stories, took pictures, worked with InDesign and Photoshop, and met deadlines. • Aug 2012 – present. Business manager. Advertised yearbook sales, wrote receipts and deposits, and completed financial reports. Summer Journalism Institute, University of Florida • July 2012. Yearbook student. Took classes in design, interviewing, and photography and listened to experienced journalists about the field. RELEVANT HIGH SCHOOL STUDIES Journalism I, Journalism II, English I Honors, English II Honors, Advanced Placement Language and Composition, Television Production I, Television Production II, Television Production IV Honors. HONORS, AWARDS, AND MEMBERSHIPS • Journalism Honor Roll, 2013 • National Honor Society, November 2012 – present. • Spanish Honor Society, Spring 2013 – present. • Spanish Club, Sept 2012 – present. • Spanish II Student of the year, May 2012. • Key Club, 2011 – present. • Junior Varsity Flag Football, 2011 - 2012 • Varsity Weightlifting, 2011 – present Most Improved Lifter, 2011 - 2012 season. REFERENCES Dwayne Floyd, Pre-Calculus Honors Teacher, William R. Boone High School, dwayne.floyd@ocps.net Kelly Morales, Key Club Sponsor, William R. Boone High School, kelly.morales@ocps.net Amy London-Tauriello, English Honors Teacher, William R. Boone High School, amy.london-tauriello@ocps.net


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The sheer idea of journalism popped into my head when in seventh grade I took a career test based on my personality and my top results appeared as being a nanny or journalist. Being the strong feminist that I am, there was no way I was going to stay home with children; that is just too 1950’s for me. So journalism was a solid choice in comparison because I have always been an English oriented student and interested in current events. The idea of journalism flourished in high school, however, not when taking J1, but rather TV Production my freshman year. After a riveting semester of Beginners Volleyball, I took TV Production 1 and learned how to produce videos that pertained to advertisement, current events, and entertainment. I enjoyed the class and felt natural and in my element in the studio, and that is when I took pursuing journalism as a career more seriously. Then, being in Journalism 1 furthered my interest as I learned how journalism influences society and discovered I enjoy interviewing my peers, taking photos, designing, and writing. Over the course of this year, I have learned how crucial time management is when producing a yearbook. The importance of being efficient was made apparent to many of the newbies as we struggled with meeting deadline 1. I have learned that getting ahead is the key to success. Throughout the year I saw myself improving as a staffer by interviewing students prior to a new deadline beginning and completing my body copy before it was due to my section editor. Teamwork was also a very important tool used this year. Often I needed a picture for my page that could only be taken at a specific time. For example, the dissection photo for the labs and presentations page could only be taken first period. I had to coordinate with fellow staffers to get a photo of the dissection because I could not miss first period; it was times like these that teamwork played a major part in completing deadlines and producing a quality page. Continued on next page


I have remained persistent in following the ethics of journalism. I consider myself a very ethical person but there was one particular instance when I was challenged to do the right thing. For deadline 1, I had the siblings page. Prior to the page getting cut, I had to interview one student numerous times because although he had experienced the great struggles of having a troubled brother next to him in class, his interview consisted of multiple “ummms” and “well, like, I don’t really know.” I so badly wanted to exaggerate his quotes because it would’ve made for a more interesting story. But I remained ethical and continued to re-interview him and put the “awkward silence technique” into practice until I received a quotable quote that showed emotion. I consider my ethics to be one of my strongest qualities and will always practice ethical journalism because I know how important it is to remain truthful and honest. To sell the yearbook, I promoted the book by word of mouth, reaching out to parents via phone calls, posting about the book on a variety of social media sites, and producing promotional videos. As business manager it was very important to me that we reached our numbers and felt the most pressure when it came to sales. I learned that by personally reaching out to people, you really can sell books and that every sale counts. I also learned the frustrations of not having the support of your staff. I felt very disconnected from the staff regarding the urgency to sell books. I suppose I am still in the process of learning how to encourage others to be enthusiastic about selling the yearbook.

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Many times I have felt overwhelmed with the amount of work that comes with being on yearbook; but, if I have learned anything, it is that hard work pays off. This is the most valuable lesson I have been taught in yearbook and a lesson that will always be useful for me to keep in mind as I take on more challenges in the future. Despite the countless tears and numerous breakdowns that have occurred in Room 224, I will forever be dedicated to the Legend yearbook. I have learned that when you pour your heart and soul into something, the final product will be loved and treasured. Yearbook has become my long sought niche in the daunting high school arena. I will always show 100% dedication to this beloved publication, whether it is during third period on a Monday, an early Saturday morning, or 2:46 AM the morning before the portfolio is due.


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I consider Labs and Presentations to be my most significant piece of work in the yearbook. Labs and Presentations is my most significant piece because I took my best photos of the year for this page. The dominant photo is my favorite picture of all the photos I took this year because of the framing and the clearness of the photo. I felt the picture captured the moment and made the page appealing to readers. Although I am very proud of the photos on this page, this page was not easy to complete. I struggled with writing the copy for this page because I ventured away from the original angle of the story and also allowed my personal view on labs effect the quality of my writing. I had to adjust to a more objective perspective when writing for this page which was challenging for me because I disagreed with what I was writing. I had to poll the staff during a Saturday work day to figure out whether or not my views on labs were consistent with the majority of student’s opinions. After my discussion with the staffers and Mrs. Burke, I learned that my original draft was not a correct representation of how students interpreted and felt about labs and had to change most of my copy. The first, more objective draft separated labs and presentations but the final copy integrated the two topics to make for a better story that explained the effectiveness and benefits that labs and presentations offer. This page taught me the importance of remaining objective and to stick to the angle that was initially chosen for a story. I particularly like the photos on the finished product because they are the best part of the page and I am also happy with how the copy turned out after how much I struggled with writing for this page.


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I think Seven Types of Learning could still use work. This was the only page that I worked with a partner on and I learned the importance of collaboration while working on this page. Morgan and I worked well together but we could’ve communicated better to be more efficient and complete the page faster. I learned that when working with a partner, it is important that each person is assigned a part of the page and it is made clear when things need to be completed so each person is aware of where the page is going. The work evolved through changing the secondary coverage to an interactive quiz rather than a simple chart. Because there were not enough usable photos for this page, the quiz benefited the page. To improve this page, I wish the dominant photo was more interesting and showed more action. My overall feeling about the finished product is that it explains an interesting concept that many students are not aware of. However, the page could have been better executed by having a better dominant and also a more interesting quiz.


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learners learned best when they studied in quiet environments by themselves with no distractions or interruptions. Junior Gregory Bird was an auditory learner; he learned best when he heard information or listened to music. “Listening to music calms me while I’m studying. When I remember a song, it helps me remember what I was studying at that moment,” Bird said. Spanish teacher Connie Heiselman taught her students through implementing a variety of methods that appealed to the various types of learners in her classes. Heiselman helped her visual students through writing phrases on the board and relating them to memory hooks. For example, to help students remember the rules of reflexive verbs, Heiselman used the phrase “set it, and forget it” from the Ronco Rotisserie commercial. “I need to reach everyone; not everyone learns the same way,” Heiselman said. In marine biology, students conducted hands-on observations of creatures, allowing kinesthetic and bodily learners to touch and feel the subjects. As students physically interacted with the organisms during the labs, they were able to better understand how the specific species functioned. Teachers of different subjects also assigned students to groups for activities and projects, which allowed the interpersonal learners to best convey their thoughts, as they worked well in social environments in which they could easily interact with others. “I like that everyone contributes [in group projects],” junior Alandra Kelly said. “I think it makes the work less overwhelming.” When teachers incorporated different learning techniques in their lessons, it allowed a wider variety of students to better comprehend the information and enriched the students’ overall experiences in the classroom. / / / content by KRISTEN DUGAN and MORGAN MUHART

“[My most memorable moment at Boone was] the first time I cheered at a football game,” sophomore MEKAYLA HUDAK said.

As she quickly scribbled down a detailed diagram of the three estate system, freshman Rylee Witherington tried to catch every detail the teacher said so she could use her drawing as a study tool for the upcoming test. Students used individual learning styles to help them to study productively both inside and outside of the classroom. “I know I can draw pictures to help me remember [material],” Witherington said. There were three main types of learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. In addition to the primary three, there were seven secondary learning types, including bodily, linguistic and intrapersonal. Visual, or spatial learners, like Witherington, learned best from making flash cards and studying color-coded charts. Bodily learners learned best when they could incorporate movement into the lessons. Linguistic learners had to say, hear and see words and information to understand complex ideas. Intrapersonal

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“[I am a] linguistic [and kinesthetic learner]. It doesn’t help me when I just hear it. I have to read the book, write the outline and ask for explanations to learn the information.” HANNAH PAYMAYESH,

In Advanced Placement World History, sophomore Hannah Paymayesh plays Jeopardy in honor of her teacher, Christina Baybay-Bykov, appearing on the show. If you are a kinesthetic learner, you should study in short blocks of time and use flash cards to memorize facts. You also tend to suffer from short attention spans, and you like to study with others.

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“I am a moderate [auditory/musical learner]. When I get stuck on a song, I practice with one hand at a time and then switch on the keyboard.”

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In keyboarding class, freshman Andrew Chanthavong uses the different musical notes coming from his headphones to perfect his assignment. If you are an auditory learner, you should use word association to memorize facts and recall key parts. You also tend to read slowly and speak slowly when explaining ideas.

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PUPPETEER. In Priscilla Carrera’s Spanish 2 class, sophomore Kylie Walls presents a project using new vocabulary. “The puppet activity was interactive and creative. I liked putting a unique quality to my puppet,” Walls said. The students practiced their Spanish by describing their puppets’ characteristics.

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3 This is my absolute favorite picture. I feel that pictures in the classroom are often dull but this picture displays good photo composition as the photo follows rule of thirds, has an interesting angle and the framing of this picture makes the photo stand out; I am most proud of the framing in this photo. This is also my favorite picture because the foreground and the student are sharp and in focus. You can see the concentration of the student as he measures the water. The photo ties the whole page together by giving the reader something to look at.


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3 Shooting bowling was very challenging for me because the bowling alley was very dark and I was limited to where I could take the photos. When looking through my picture, I saw blurry photo after blurry photo of the same action shot of an expressionless face and limp arms. However, this photo stands out to me because you can see the concentration in Cabrera’s face right before he releases the bowling ball. I am proud of this photo because it shows action. This photo also displays rule of thirds as the CVI is clearly to the left of the frame.


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I believe I contributed to the 2013 Legend staff in many different ways. I approached all of my deadlines with the determination needed to make my pages the best they could possibly be. I care very deeply and am very committed to this yearbook. I feel this dedication is my strongest asset to Legend as I am very willing to spend many hours working on my page to make it excellent. I spent a lot of time working on my pages because I wanted them to be exceptional. I worked diligently in class and also spent personal time working on the yearbook. For example, during my first weightlifting match, I received a phone call from Allyse Suganuma. I had contacted her earlier for an interview but ended up having to leave a voice-mail. When I saw it was Allyse calling, I grabbed my pen and notebook and dashed outside to take the call and interview her for my story. Despite the noisy, inescapable cheers from the weight room, I had a great interview with Allyse and was relieved to have the interview completed. However, I was actually supposed to be warming up for my lifts during the time of the interview and ended up having my first scratch that meet because I had not practiced during warm up time. But to be quite truthful, having the interview with really good quotes that would enhance my story was a better feeling than performing well at my weightlifting meet. I feel this dedication to yearbook helps the publication exceed expectations because the pages have awesome stories that are well crafted due to the many hours put into them.


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It is no secret that I am an overly sensitive person; in fact, I am convinced that I am secretly John Boehner’s daughter. I am easily upset when my work does not meet my standards or the standards of my superiors. My most difficult hardship this year was containing the frustrations I had with myself. Whether it was not meeting a deadline or getting negative feedback from an editor, I did not handle the situation well. I always get so mad at myself post meltdown because I know that I should be stronger and more confident in myself when things don’t go as planned, but I continue to react poorly. I am hopeful that I will be chosen as an editor next year and I know that as a leader on staff that I will need to be there for the staffers and set a good example on how to deal with the many bumps in the road that arise in yearbook. This is why I feel my biggest hardship was not being able to deal with the other hardships. This hardship needs the most work, not only for yearbook, but for life in general. I need to be collected and calm as an editor rather than breaking down and crying. What I have learned this year is that yearbook offers the best of times and the worst of times and your character is really defined on how you handle the worst of times. I know that there will be many stressful times next year where I will want to just cry, and then apologize for crying, and then cry some more. Continued on next page


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I am going to work on accepting the mishaps that frequently occur in Room 224 and having the ability to address them with a clear head so I can be a helpful editor. I have learned that everyone makes mistake—my mistakes included not meeting deadline, not writing copy that met the standards of my editors, and not completing deposits correctly. I need to learn from those mistakes so they don’t reoccur and then just move on. This will help me become a great editor and a more emotionally stable person.


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Although it was my goal to meet all deadlines in the second semester, I did not. However, I did improve in pacing myself and working more quickly. I think I continued struggling with meeting deadlines because I did not get the photos I needed until the last minute. I believe next year I will be more efficinet in getting photos for my pages so I will be more successful in meeting deadlines. I feel photos are the most important element of a page because photos are what the students care about the most. This is why I made it a goal to take better quality photos. I feel I accomplished this goal. I practiced taking photos on my own time and also reviewed the basic rules to refresh my knowledge on photography. My deadlines in the second semester are more visually appealing because of the high quality of the photos. My final goal was to work more quickly and I definitely accomplished this goal. I forced myself to do one thing at the time and complete one element of my page before delving into the next so I would not leave work unfinished. This helped me complete my deadlines more quickly and accomplish my final goal.


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I want this photo to represent me because it is the photo I am most proud of. It represents my ability to take a quality photo by displaying a central of visual interest and framing.

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Y15. sports action photo I would like to submit this photo because it shows action. I feel shooting bowling presents many challenges and this photo represents that I overcame the challenges.

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Y6. Personality Profile I would like to submit this piece because I feel the elements of the page accurately depict the student in an interesting way. The photos are a true representation of student, Maile Suganuma and the copy explains her individuality.

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MOSTLY PINKS: KINESTHETIC LEARNER

I can’t sit still for long and have to take breaks while studying.

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“[I am a] linguistic [and kinesthetic learner]. It doesn’t help me when I just hear it. I have to read the book, write the outline and ask for explanations to learn the information.” HANNAH PAYMAYESH,

In Advanced Placement World History, sophomore Hannah Paymayesh plays Jeopardy in honor of her teacher, Christina Baybay-Bykov, appearing on the show. If you are a kinesthetic learner, you should study in short blocks of time and use flash cards to memorize facts. You also tend to suffer from short attention spans, and you like to study with others.

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“[My most memorable moment at Boone was] the first time I cheered at a football game,” sophomore MEKAYLA HUDAK said.

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“I am a moderate [auditory/musical learner]. When I get stuck on a song, I practice with one hand at a time and then switch on the keyboard.”

“[I am a] visual and hands-on [learner]. I have to do something myself in order to remember it.”

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In keyboarding class, freshman Andrew Chanthavong uses the different musical notes coming from his headphones to perfect his assignment. If you are an auditory learner, you should use word association to memorize facts and recall key parts. You also tend to read slowly and speak slowly when explaining ideas.

MOSTLY BLUES: AUDITORY LEARNER

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To understand the process for a complex math problem, junior Christopher Fox reads examples in his Pre-Calculus textbook. If you are a visual learner, you should outline information before a test, make lists and color code your notes. You also tend to be a fast talker and to think in pictures.

MOSTLY GREENS: VISUAL LEARNER

I can explain things well to others and tend to be a natural listener.

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In marine biology, students conducted hands-on observations of creatures, allowing kinesthetic and bodily learners to touch and feel the subjects. As students physically interacted with the organisms during the labs, they were able to better understand how the specific species functioned. Teachers of different subjects also assigned students to groups for activities and projects, which allowed the interpersonal learners to best convey their thoughts, as they worked well in social environments in which they could easily interact with others. “I like that everyone contributes [in group projects],” junior Alandra Kelly said. “I think it makes the work less overwhelming.” When teachers incorporated different learning techniques in their lessons, it allowed a wider variety of students to better comprehend the information and enriched the students’ overall experiences in the classroom. / / / content by KRISTEN DUGAN and MORGAN MUHART

I often speak with my hands.

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learners learned best when they studied in quiet environments by themselves with no distractions or interruptions. Junior Gregory Bird was an auditory learner; he learned best when he heard information or listened to music. “Listening to music calms me while I’m studying. When I remember a song, it helps me remember what I was studying at that moment,” Bird said. Spanish teacher Connie Heiselman taught her students through implementing a variety of methods that appealed to the various types of learners in her classes. Heiselman helped her visual students through writing phrases on the board and relating them to memory hooks. For example, to help students remember the rules of reflexive verbs, Heiselman used the phrase “set it, and forget it” from the Ronco Rotisserie commercial. “I need to reach everyone; not everyone learns the same way,” Heiselman said.

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As she quickly scribbled down a detailed diagram of the three estate system, freshman Rylee Witherington tried to catch every detail the teacher said so she could use her drawing as a study tool for the upcoming test. Students used individual learning styles to help them to study productively both inside and outside of the classroom. “I know I can draw pictures to help me remember [material],” Witherington said. There were three main types of learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. In addition to the primary three, there were seven secondary learning types, including bodily, linguistic and intrapersonal. Visual, or spatial learners, like Witherington, learned best from making flash cards and studying color-coded charts. Bodily learners learned best when they could incorporate movement into the lessons. Linguistic learners had to say, hear and see words and information to understand complex ideas. Intrapersonal

I have a vivid imagination.

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I tend to read things out loud when I want to remember them.

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PUPPETEER. In Priscilla Carrera’s Spanish 2 class, sophomore Kylie Walls presents a project using new vocabulary. “The puppet activity was interactive and creative. I liked putting a unique quality to my puppet,” Walls said. The students practiced their Spanish by describing their puppets’ characteristics.

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