The primary goal is the ultimate aim or objective that a person or organization strives to achieve. It is the main focus or driving force that guides the actions and decisions of an individual or group. The primary goal is often the end result that a person or organization hopes to attain, and it shapes their priorities, values, and strategies.
For individuals, the primary goal may be personal in nature, such as achieving financial stability, finding happiness, or pursuing a particular career or educational path. For organizations, the primary goal may be related to business objectives, such as increasing profits, expanding market share, or improving customer satisfaction.
The primary goal is often accompanied by secondary or tertiary goals, which are smaller or lesser objectives that support the achievement of the primary goal. These goals may be necessary steps or milestones along the way to achieving the primary goal, and they can help to keep an individual or organization focused and motivated.
Achieving the primary goal requires effort, dedication, and a clear plan of action. It may involve overcoming challenges, making sacrifices, and adapting to change. However, the sense of accomplishment and fulfillment that comes from achieving the primary goal can be well worth the journey.
In conclusion, the primary goal is the ultimate aim or objective that a person or organization strives to achieve. It shapes priorities, values, and strategies, and it requires effort, dedication, and a clear plan of action to achieve. Whether it is personal or business-related, the primary goal is the driving force that guides the actions and decisions of an individual or group, and it can bring a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment when achieved.
Distraught parents are concerned as to why their children have not arrived home. I have to stop and pick up a friend of mine. They were trying for eight students but only five of the eight rode the school bus that day. This adventure is told from the perspective of each of the five teenagers as well as their parents. It seemed like he was rushing to finish the book toward the end of the book, and quickly wrapped up the story at the end, I think that could be improved, but still nicely written.
The only part that I didn't really like was the ending because there wasn't much to it and there really was no action at all. It's like Buck was saying from the beginning, Juan was the one making contact with the families. They noticed they had a substitute bus driver. It brings to light how quickly things can go wrong. I think the overall book could have been better. This was a story about a handful of kids getting kidnapped. I also liked how the author described the action in great detail.
Characters: Buck is one of the three people who are kidnapping the children. One family was military and the father was out on duty and could not be reached. Finally, the last characters ar I rated the suspense realistic fiction novel Ransom by Lois Duncan three stars. She danced out the feelings from deep in her heart. Because The Fair Gwen realized that judging a person by their demeanor was wrong Freak and Max bonded which lead to them becoming best friends. The kids will not be released until the full amount of money is payed. First they could make up a ransom note for something they love favorite item like gameboy,xbox, iPod or phone.
It starts out with high school students on a bus saying that the kidnapping happened on a Thursday. Sarah maintains the attention of her audience by using emotional, and logical appeal, while also establishing credibility. It is about five kids that get kidnapped on their school bus right outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. For a YA book written in 1966, these characters were remarkably well developed, and while the book didn't go into great detail, there were quite a few heavily psychological subplots going on; Maryann struggling with her parents' divorce and a father's abandonment, Dexter's handicap, and a younger brother's ultimate disillusionment as he learns that the brother he idolized is I needed some "light reading" after such a dark and postapocalyptic book as "Swan Song", and "Ransom" really fit the bill. Irony is witty language used to convey insults or scorn. It is written b y Lois Duncan, my favorite YA writer ever.
Now they notice it isn't a normal ride, they are being kidnapped! They also help others in the story giving the reader a separate adventure for each character Ransom by Lois Duncan is a historical ficttion book. Pitch Benson is an expert at mountain climbing and she helps them get into impossible places. One family was mi Ransom One fine day the life of five students takes a turn for the worst. On some ransom thursday after school in Albequerque, New Mexico five kids, Glenn, Dexter, Bruce, Marianne, and Jesse were kidnapped. Dexter and Glenn immediately got to work and started working on starting the car, Bruce's job was to go back and forth relaying messages to the girls on the boys progress. Ransom by Lois Duncan is a realistic fiction book. There was a sub bus driver named Buck and his wife Rita.
Upon entering the cabin, Juan asked him for the money. They could have made money in some other criminal enterprise. In the morning, he returns to Troy with the body of Hector. The book had great characters, plot and setting, although the story could have been dragged out a little longer. Maybe there were limits on how long the books could be at the time, or maybe it was the author's choice, but while there was a happy ending, it kind of reminded me of a monorail train bumping into a brick wall for the abrupt halt to the story.
I think the theme in the book would be "Teamwork is the best help" For example, When Dexter buckled his knee they helped him get out of the car and into the house. The officers were enticed towards their imminent deaths with a car chase which was set up by the Latino gang members. The book had great characters, plot and setting, although the story could have been dragged out a little longer. Far away, Neoptolemus is coming to join the war and thinking about the great deeds he will accomplish. Hecuba opposes this notion on several grounds, thinking it will never work, that Priam will not return, and that, in any case, the king of Troy should not place himself in this humiliating position. I also dislike that the moment that's supposed to show how truly evil Glen is was just him not wanting to try to save a guy who kidnapped them and was actively trying to kill them.
Zavala went to aid Taylor who appeared to be quickly dying and called out for help. Buck drove like an idiot on icy roads. I reread "The kidnapping took place on a Thursday". Priam angrily scolds them for remaining enmeshed in ceremony and convention, and sends them to find an ordinary carter. The five kids listened to the bus driver and the woman argue for a few moments picking up things like their names and how they were missing 3 more kids. All in all this is a quick book.