Albert Einstein once said “The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.” Miss Strangeworth makes unethical decisions that supplemented to hurt feelings amongst the people in her town. Miss Strangeworth’s intentions are to shield the town’s people from evil while her external actions create her own form of evil. Miss Strangeworth corrupts the relationships of the other people in town toward one another and towards her. Truly, Miss Strangeworth assumed that the town people were corrupt and evil, but in reality Miss Strangeworth.
Truly, Miss Strangeworth thought that the town’s people were corrupt and evil, but throughout the story the evil was really Miss Strangeworth. Miss Strangeworth made unethical decisions that led to hurt feelings among the people in her town. Miss Strangeworth’s intentions were to protect the town’s people from evil while her external actions create her own type of evil. Miss Strangeworth corrupted the relationships of the other people in the town toward one another and towards her. Miss Strangeworth’s character was flat and unchanged throughout the story while it was the other people in town who grow and change.
In this assignment, I will reflect on my two practical days in the ward. We were assigned to experience certain wards and had to complete a set of objectives. It was important to work hand in hand with the nursing students and qualified nurses in order to understand what the processes are regarding the patients outside of the Radiography department. I will explain how these patients’ needs will be met when they arrive in the Radiography department. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs and the four principles of Ethics are also evident in this assignment.
In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Guy Montag portrays a firefighter whose life begins to change in the dystopian world when he meets a strange girl named Clarisse McClellan who is different than most people. “Strange. I heard once that a long time ago houses used to burn by accident and they needed firemen to stop the flame”(8). As Montag begins to know McClellan more, he also becomes more curious, which lands him in serious trouble in the 24th century dystopian world. Although Montag has a good job with a loving wife and a nice house, he is not pleased with his life, there is no meaning or purpose to life, which makes him important to the story. Montag wonders if his happiness lies in the books. Characteristics that Montag has are very similar to ours, he is curious and is very ambitious.
Ambition is what propels people forward. It is what prevents people from quitting. It is what gives a person the drive and the passion to go after whatever he or she desires. It is what helps an individual to become a superior version of themselves. However, in certain cases, dreams, and aspirations do not always end up beneficial to a person. The novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald sheds some light on the negative consequences of a person’s pursuit of ambition. The novel displays the havoc caused when an individual’s morals are left unchecked for the pursuit of their material desires.
Exceptional educators keep their fingers on the pulse of what their students need, in order to teach them effectively. Examining Piaget and Maslow’s theories, and applying them to the classroom will facilitate achieving this goal. Considering Piaget’s focus on development, and Maslow’s prioritization of human needs, one can integrate these ideas into classrooms and lesson plans that are optimized for student success.
Like all the colors in the rainbow, everyone thinks and acts completely different. Shirley Jackson’s story, “The Possibility of Evil,” is about an older woman who has secrets about her town. Mrs Strangeworth is a critical older lady who has lived on Pleasant street her whole life. Miss Strangeworth’s character can be analyzed by considering what she does, what the narrator says about her, and how other characters interact with her.
Motivation. The Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines this word as, “a force or influence that causes someone to do something.” Specifically, motivation is the general willingness that drives a person to behave in a certain way or carry out a task in a certain manner. Without motivation behind the characters, the story would not captivate the reader. Character motivation and its impact on the reader are prominent in pieces of literature such as “Charles,” by Shirley Jackson, “The Landlady,” by Roald Dahl, and “The Monkey’s Paw,” by W. W. Jacobs. When reading a piece of literature, readers commonly wonder what the motivation behind the character’s actions were.
Every person has a scarlet letter whether they know or not. This scarlet letter represents us, good or bad, it is apart of us. Many people today in our culture label each other with these characteristics. The characteristic that I chose for myself is Competitiveness. Competitiveness is having a
he movie titled “The Pursuit of Happyness”, there was a problematic family living in San Francisco in 1981. The main character, Chris Gardner worked as a salesman invested his entire life savings in portable bone density scanner to support his family including his wife Linda and a five years old son Christopher. However, Chris’ business was not doing well and his wife was forced to work. Day after day, Linda was suffering and she always quarrelled with Chris and blamed him for didn’t play the role as a responsible father and a good husband. Luckily, this was not the end for Chris. One day, he met his turning point, Jay Twistle, a manager from Dean Witter. He offered Chris with a stockbroker at the end of a six-month unpaid training period.
According to Oxford Dictionary, motivation is defined as the desire or willingness to do something. (Oxforddictionaries.com) Motivation plays an important role in improving work productivity and setting goals. Based on the model of motivation, need is known as the internal deficiency which causes drive in an individual. Drive is the
Safety needs influence us because if we do not feel safe we may be constantly scared. Safety needs include being safe in our work environment and at home. The third level is belonging needs, which is being with others, being accepted, and belonging. Belonging needs influence us in relationships, are we being accepted and or loved by the other individual? The forth level is esteem needs, which is achieving, being competent, gaining approval and recognition. Esteem needs influence us because we might not be able to achieve what we want, might not have the necessary skill or might not be able to recognize. We also might have too low or too high self-esteem. The fifth level is self-actualization needs, which is finding self-fulfillment and realizing your potential. Self-actualization needs influence us because we might underestimate ourselves and not realize our full