Role models are people others choose to follow as an example, either for their accomplishments, behaviour, or some other admirable trait. A young scientist might see Marie Curie as a role model, or a young child might follow the example of a parent, teacher, or older sibling. Even adult might have a role model they aspire to be like. In English Composition, you may be asked by your professor to write an essay about your role models and why you follow their examples. We have several essays related to this topic, with clearly written thesis statements and conclusions, which you can use as examples for your writing.
Thought, Princess, Idea, Face, Developmental psychology, Childhood, Educational psychology, Early childhood education