FC: My Life in Short | By: Ben LaBine
1: This is dedicated to my family, friends and Mrs. Wagner who taught me how to do this project.
2: Table of Contents | Setting pg.3 Internal Conflict pg.4 External Conflict pg.5-6 Irony pg.7 Climax pg.8-9 Symbolism pg.10
3: I was born in Chicago, Illinois | SETTING | I frequently went to Cubs games with my parents until i was about 3 when my family moved to Tennessee.
4: Internal Conflict | In my family, my mom routes for Ohio State, and my dad Michigan. I had to choose a favorite team with out making someone feel bad so i chose a team that neither my mom nor dad liked or disliked. So I ended up going with Penn State.
5: External Conflict | Vs. | BOSTON | NEW YORK
6: The biggest rivalry in baseball is The Red Socks vs. The Yankees. My friend is a big Yankees fan and i am a Boston fan. We constantly tease each other whenever the other team loses. Even his dad makes fun of me for it, but it is fun and makes us all laugh. | External conflict continued
7: Irony | The most ironic thing in my life was that my whole dad's side of the family is extremely tall but I about average for my age. My dad is 6' 4'', my cousin (girl) 6' 4'', 2 cousins who are both 14 guys, are 6' tall. but me, I am only 5' 4', one of the shortest in my family
9: The two climaxes of my life were when I went to Europe and when I went to the British Virgin Islands. They were both in my top 5 events of my life and are moments that i will never forget. First, I went to the B.V.I. with my cousins and snorkeled in the crystal clear water. The exotic fish there were amazing. The second climax was my vacation to Europe. I visited friends in Spain and Finland. My family and I tried so many different foods and lifestyles. For example, in Finland they eat tons of garlic and fish, and in Spain I ate Octopus! | Climax Continued
10: Symbolism | In my life, there is a lot of symbolism. One example is the soccer ball. This symbolizes the fall and friends. Every time I see a soccer ball, I think of friends and family.
11: Thank you Mrs. Wagner for helping me make this!