Ms Landman interview
Aliya: Hi this is Aliya I am here interviewing Ms Landman
Ms Landman: Hi!
Aliya: What was your job before working at SLA?
Ms Landman: My job before working at SLA was um Alexander Mcclure Elementary School and I was a K-5 education teacher.
Aliya: How would your friends describe you?
Ms Landman: Uhh I think my friends would describe me as really and serious really silly. So sometimes i'm really serious and other times i'm really silly.
Aliya: What do you do for fun?
Ms Landman: Uh for fun I’m really into music and so is my husband we like to go to lots of shows and listen to bands.
Chloe Bartlett interview:
Aliya: Hello how are you today?
Aliya: I am going to start with your questions alright?
Aliya: How would you describe yourself
Chloe: Weird, um, weirder, um really weird?
Aliya: Okay! What are your biggest strengths and weaknesses.
Chloe: My strengths are sleeping and breathing. My weaknesses are everything else. (Laughter)
Aliya: (Laughter) I am so sorry to hear that. What is something you're proud of?
Chloe: My hair!!
Aliya: Have you ever been outside the country? If so where?
Chloe: Yes I went to France and Spain… and Tokyo. No I didn’t go to Tokyo. (laughter)
Aliya: Ok well thank you for your time!
How did you feel growing up in New York in the Late 70’s,the 80’s, and the 90’s?- I loved growing up I feel I had a great childhood growing up in New York, It was fun, It was way different from what it is now.
What are your thoughts on the new millenium and the new generation of kids around including myself?- You guys don’t use your imagination, and have a lack of creativity. The new millenium has made people lazy. You guys are missing out on some much. Everything is so technical I used to have to go in the dictionary and look up stuff myself you guys just have to google it. The way things are set is to have people being non-thinkers and you guys get bored to fast.
What is your favorite memory from when you were a kid all the way up to now?- Oh goodness, Just the village aspect like it took a village to raise us, The community togetherness we had fun everything was fun. We never got bored we always had something to do . That’s pretty vague can you be more specific? I don’t have one I have many. Can you describe one ? I loved black history month, singing,dancing,learning.
How do you feel about where you’re from and Why ?, Would you like to be from somewhere else if you could?
I love where i’m from, even though it wasn’t much. I lived in Orlando Florida, in a couple of different places. Because I am from where I am, people would say I speak differently, which makes no sense, but I am proud of everything I gained from there. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else, especially because most of my close and relative family lives in Florida.
What was your first impression when you first met me ? Why?
When I first met you, I could tell you were a very outgoing and friendly person. Before I even met you officially, you knew half of the school, and you are very friendly and close with everyone.
Who is you most inspirational role model in your life? Why?\
I honestly don’t have much of a role model in my life. I have people with certain traits that I’d like, or certain traits that were given to me, by my parents.
How do you feel about yourself?
"I feel confused, I feel like i'm not doing something right and that there are things that I need to change. Like, being myself isn't right, even though myself has some very awesome things to say when we talk."
Would you consider yourself outgoing or insecure?
"Both, it’s like, inside of myself I am incredibly insecure. But on the outside I am incredibly confident and outgoing."
Why do you think people want to change who they are?
"People want to change because, um, they are trying to find a better version of themselves so that they can feel better about themselves."
What do you want to be in the future?
Why did you choose Slabeeber to be your high school?
Question 1: Tell me a story about your name.
Answer 1: “My name is revolves around African cults, I also learned that my name is usually a males name. The meaning of my name is “ morning sun is sweet but becomes bitter in the afternoon”. My name's origin is from Uganda.”
Question 2: If you could snap your fingers and make one thing better in the world, what would it be? Why?
Answer 2: “ If I could make one thing better in this world by the snap of my fingers it would be the war on hunger because no person should be left hungry.”
Question 3: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be? Why?
Answer 3: “I would go to Hawaii because I would want to see a volcano erupting. “
Syed; How do you describe a family?
Mom: "I believe that a family should have people that always support each other."
Syed: What do you think is most important to you?Mom:"My children ,especially you and your brother, are very essential to my life. Without the two of you, my life would incomplete. The two of you are very supportive to me."
A:Where do you see yourself in 10 years? 20 years?
B:In 10 years i see myself leaving the air force then in 20 years i see myself with a family of my own.
A:What are you proudest of in your life?
BI am the most proudest of just making it through school.
What was the proudest moment of your life?
The proudest moment will be crossing the line at Broad Street
A: Yeah I can’t wait either
B:It’s gonna be great
A:Describe your perfect day?
B:Just chilling with friends and having fun.
A:The little moments seem to bring the most joy.
A:What was the happiest moment of your life?
B:The happiest moment in my life was when i first meet my dad as a little boy.
A: Okay.Thanks for the interview bro.
• What is your earliest memory?
Walking through hedges in Costa and eating at this weird restaurant in Costa Rica when I was about 2. The hedges were big and in different shapes. The restaurant was also different than any other I have been to, there were iguanas walking around on the floor and you could feed them some of the food that you were eating if you wanted to.
• Whatʼs the most exciting thing youʼve done?
Gone to smash bros tournament. Everyone there is united by a game and there is a sense of unity in the community which I really like.
• What are the most important lessons youʼve learned in life?
Not everything will be the way you want it to be. There are many times that I want something that I can’t have or something that I want to do that I can’t and it sucks. That’s the most important lesson for me because I always remember past occasions where I notice that I can’t get everything that I want.