Grit Paper (100 points)
Write a two- to four-page (not less than two full pages, no more than four full pages) describing someone you know (NOT yourself and NOT a celebrity) who exhibits the characteristics of a gritty person.
Include these sections in your paper–add the headings in bold and write in a narrative style (no bullet points).
1. Introductory Comments (10 points)
Introduce the person (at least 3 complete sentences – about a quarter of a page):
What is the person’s relationship to you (how do you know her/him or know of her/him)?
What is the person’s career/hobby that makes you consider him/her gritty (sports, music, business, etc)?
2. Gritty Characteristics (20 points)
Tell a story of the person’s life and how they increased their grit across time (at least 6 complete sentences – up to about half a page).
3. Key Terms/Major Point about Grit (20 points)
Using the Grit TED Talk and the article you read (Grit: Perseverance and Passion of Long-Term Goals) as reference, describe how the person’s life characterizes the key terms/major points. Include at least 6 terms, such as deliberate practice, and indicate them by putting them in bold. Make sure I know that you know what grit is (at least 6 complete sentences – up to about half a page).
4. Application of Grit (20 points)
Apply the concept of grit to your own lifespan development (at least 6 complete sentences – at least half a page). This is the most important part of your paper:
What was your score on the Grit Scale?
What did you learn about yourself from the Grit Scale?
What did you learn about yourself from the Grit TED Talk and the article you read (Grit: Perseverance and Passion of Long-Term Goals)?
How might you incorporate the knowledge into your own life (i.e., so what are you going to do about your increased knowledge of grit)
5. Pay It Forward (10 points)
Conclude your paper with how you plan to share what you learned about Grit with others (at least 3 sentences – about a quarter of a page):
Who will talk to about Grit?
Why did you choose that person?
What will you tell her/him?
6. Met Writing Requirements (20 points)
Follow these instructions in writing your paper:
Do not include a title page, a header, or a footer.
Create a title on the top line.
Write in Times New Roman 12-point font.
Double space the entire document.
Put a heading in bold for each of the five main sections of the paper (see above).
Write in narrative style (one or more paragraphs) in each section – no bullet points.
Meet the length requirements in each section (see above).
Use standard academic English throughout your paper.
Submit your paper as a Word document before the deadline on the Course Calendar. ps my grit score was 4.9 and its because its have for me to give up easily. please find attached grit perseverance and passion of long- term goals below
Grit Paper (100 points)