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Sometimes leaders have to make difficult decisions. Scott chose to pursue his goal of reaching the South Pole despite very dangerous weather conditions. What did he have to consider when making his decision? Why do you think he made the choice he did? Explain your answers.

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    What did Scott probably think about before he started for the Pole? Essentially he had two choices -- to either try to reach the Pole -- or to forget about it. Why did he make the choice to go to the Pole? What were the negatives of his decision?

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    Thank you can you check my answer


    Before Scott started the adventure he was very confident and all his team were very confident. Scott and his team chose to go to the south pole because they were trying to reach a goal and have a adventure. I chose these answers because Scott wanted to be one of the first to reach the south pole in such harsh weather. Sometimes leaders have to make difficult decisions but that's want it's about to be a leader.

  • English - Ms. Sue help -

    Before Scott started the adventure he was very confident and all his team were very confident. Scott and his team chose to go to the south pole because they were trying to reach a goal and have a adventure. I chose these answers because Scott wanted to be one of the first to reach the south pole in such harsh weather. Sometimes leaders have to make difficult decisions but that's want it's about to be a leader.

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