Joining the Navy

Joining the Navy

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  • Exposition
  • School Counselor: Alyssa, what are you doing after graduation?
  • I'm not too sure yet.
  • Conflict
  • .....
  • Rising Action
  • Mom: We need to figure something out Alyssa.
  • I know and I have some input on the ideas I do have.
  • I am a senior in high school, about to graduate in less than a month and I need to have a plan of what I want to do. 
  • Climax
  • Principal: Alyssa Chapparosa! Congratulations graduate!
  • Thank you so much! It's about time!
  •  I have two ideas, but I am unsure of which one I want to go with because it is my future were talking about.  It's either go to MSJC or join the Navy.
  • Falling Action
  • Mom, I still need help with my decision.
  • Okay, let's go over the benefits each decision will have.
  • Some cons about going to MSJC is that I will still be living at home and it'll feel like high school all over again.  The cons about the Navy is I'll be away from my family for the first time.  
  • Resolution
  • This was a hard decision, but I am ready to commit to the Navy.
  • I have now just graduated!! One of the most exciting memories of my life just occurred!
  • Except I need to make a decision.  The pro of attending MSJC is I have time to think about what major I want to pursue in and figure myself out.  The pro about the Navy is that I'll learn responsibility and gain individuality for myself. 
  • I have decided to join the Navy due to all of the benefits it has to offer.
  • Great! Let's start some paperwork.
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