Talk about a person you know who gave a cleaver solution to a problem
- Who this person is,
- What the problem was,
- What solution he/she gave,
- Why do you think it was a clever solution
Sample Answer of Talk about a Person You Know Who Gave a Cleaver Solution to a Problem
During the 1950s, before Ghana attained independence, there was a formation of the big six. The name of their party was the United Gold Coast Convention, with the motto of attaining independence within the shortest possible time.
The name of this genius is Dr Kwame Nkrumah, who later on formed his own party as a convention people’s party with the slogan as the self-government now. He came with this slogan as the then Gold Coast was under the rule of the British Empire, which was quite an eyesore. The situation was that we needed a plan to liberate the people of Gold Coast from the rulership of the British empire, and that was a tough one as the early formation of the UGCC wanted to take the seat of government from the British in a gradual process, but that of Dr Kwame Nkrumah came with the solution of self-government now which was a smart move made by him for Gold Coast to attain their independence.
His way of liberating the then Gold Coast but now Ghana is of utmost importance as it ushered in the birth of other African Countries to attain independence from their colonial masters and birthing the pan – African, African Union and the ECOWAS.
Follow ups Talk about a Person You Know Who Gave a Cleaver Solution to a Problem
Question 1:- How to become a smart person?
You need to be agile and work on your weakness to be able to maximize your given potentials. Diving in the empire of books makes you knowledgeable and vexed in different areas of life, but the ability to apply common sense is of benefit.
Question 2:- What can schools do for students’ intellectual development?
By enabling them to be optimistic and enthusiastic to learn new ideas from classics to science. Most importantly, to allow them to define their pathway and interest.
Question 3:-What suggestions will you give schools to develop their potential?
Question 3:- I would suggest schools change their curriculum and work with parents to create enabling environment for learning and development.
Question 4:-What do you think is more important – Nature or Nurture?
I will go for the latter as I believe nurture deals with the training and instructing an individual to be able to identify, maximize their given potentials and integrate well into society.
Question 5:- Do you think smart students are happy?
Happiness doesn’t depend on the circumstances or personalities of people, but I believe it takes more than a niche to be happy in wherever situation you find yourself in. The ability to smile depends solely on the individual but not on their traitor circumstances.
Question 6:- Why do you think some people are really good at something?
It’s because they keep on practising and invest more in themselves than their mates. Practice makes one perfect, and that naturally makes you unique among your colleagues.
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