I truly believe that I would be the best student to take up the role of softball captain for 2015.
Firstly, I have excellent organization skills. Each morning, I bring all the equipment that I need to class to be prepared for the learning that lies ahead. My books are stacked on a neat pile on my desk, and my locker is always clean and neat. Every day of last year, my locker was neat a tidy as well. Last year, at school one day, my teacher asked the class who thought they had the neatest locker in the class, and I raised my hand.
I can also show my organization skills in the form of my homework. I use my diary in an effective way to record what homework is, the date that’s due, and when I’m going to do it. As a result, my homework is done on time.
My second argument on why I believe I would be the best student to be the softball captain for 2015 is that I have the ability to communicate with the teachers. If I have a question about anything relating to the sport, I will ask the teacher in order to understand or confirm a bit of information. In class, I am always able to ask questions on anything I am uncertain about. I don’t feel nervous to ask if I don’t comprehend the task or know the meaning of a word. If I was softball captain, I would make sure everyone on the team understands exactly what is happening and I would also be happy to ask a teacher another student’s question.
Lastly, I think that I would be the best person to be the softball captain for 2015 is because I have had experience with this sport before and know about and understand the rules.
Last year I was a member of the softball team, and I played the position of outfielder. Over the days that the teams played games and practised, I gradually became aware of the rules. I also practised outside of school. Sometimes, I would go after school to an oval and practise throwing and catching with my sister and my mum, who was on her softball team when she was in primary school. As softball captain, would be able to teach the other members of the team the rules, and educate them about softball.
In conclusion, my organization skills, my ability to communicate with teachers, and fact that I have had experience with the sport and know the rules could only mean that I would be the best student to take up the role of softball captain for 2015.