Saturday, January 25, 2014

Being a Role Model - Speech by Junior Instructor Aiden at Choe's HapKiDo Martial Arts in Suwanee

Below is a speech given by one of our awesome Junior Instructors. Mr Aiden helps teach Martial Arts Classes in Cumming GA, and is a young leader at the Kids Martial Arts School. This young man prepared then gave this speech about being a good role model to his peers at a Choe's HapKiDo Karate Belt Test held at our Suwanee Karate School. Part of being a Junior Instructor is learning to be more confident and being able to speak in front of an audience, and Aiden demonstrated excellent confidence and maturity.

"Today I want to talk about role models.  A role model could be anyone who inspires someone to do something. Being a role model has responsibilities to do what they are told to do. Many people could be a role model like being an actor or teacher, an Instructor or, like me, a Junior Instructor. It is important to have role models in our world because without role models everyone would have their opinions on something and would do what they like.

A teacher would be a role model because they inspire children to teach and learn to teach.  A good teacher also encourages students to learn.  Students become excited about learning when the teacher is a good role model.

An actor also inspires others because of their great acting.  People who are thinking about going into acting as a career might be motivated when they see a really good performance.

Junior Instructors and Instructors are role models because they teach classes and want others to be like them. To be a good role model, we must get to class on time.  We also must be prepared with our sparring gear.  We need to be in good physical shape.  We also need to study our terms and kicks.  I try to do these things to lead by example.

So a good role model is someone who encourages us to do our very best!  Thanks!"

Junior Instructor Aiden
Choe's HapKiDo Karate of Cumming
3020 Old Atlanta Rd
Cumming, GA 30041
(678) 513-5436

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