BC: THE END BY:MICHAEL
FC: Michael Challita
1: MICHAEL CHALLITA 24/04/97 I like sporting activities & Computes Games and playing the Xbox and WII!!! :p
2: I was born in Australia. I have visted luna Park, Wonder land & Lebanon. My Heritage is Lebanese & my culture!!! :-)
3: I have 3 Sisters & no brothers. I can talk to my mum because she understands me more than my dad does. I can talk to my friends but not to personal stuff
4: I believe in God & I'm Maronite. I value my Mum , Dad , Aunties, Uncles ,Cousin, Friends & God because they tell me whats right from wrong.
5: I like playing computer games, facebook, twitter, MSN & music. I also like playing sporting activity like soccer, football, basketball, cricket & AFL!!! I also like doing on my own time is watch television, play on the trampoline, play on the Ripstick Caster Board& going to my gran parents across the road!!!
6: The negative impact I've had is when I was hanging around with the wrong friends I use to have they would use me for there own reasons. The second negative impact is when my friend influenced me to do bad things.
7: The positive impact I've had is when my teachers would write something positive in my dairy, give me a merit, give a surprise & say good comment me on my good works. The second positive impact is when I was in a group and we were working together and the teacher would comment or be surprised with us.
8: . Stick with a friend . Join a group with your friends .Don't walk alone on the playground .Play games with your friends .Don't hang out with bad people .
9: My Goals in high school are to get a good report for my mum & dad also as well getting excellent marks in every subjects in term 1&4 and to be involved in school activities and so the teacher can remember me when I leave which will be in 6 years!!!
10: In the next 5 years i have to deal with is harder home, making up your mind for a job, being a role model, making new friends, more exams, year 10 formal, school certificate, more responsibility's, changes in friendship groups, puberty, stress & parental pressure