In anger Abby refuses to help them create a new dance and tells them to create their own. They create a new dance last minute with the help of their assistant dance teacher Gianna. They win first place, make sure people know they created their own dance and prove to Abby they were right to change the
When many children are young, they do things that aren’t right because they don’t know better. In To Kill a Mockingbird, a Southern Gothic novel by Harper Lee, a young, naive girl Scout Finch has many misconceptions about others. Because of her immature ways, she learns many lessons throughout the first five chapters that alter her perception of others. To begin, Scout receives a lesson from Calpurnia. When Walter Cunningham joins the Finch family for supper, Scout mocks him for pouring syrup all over his food; as a consequence, Calpurnia speaks to her privately and reminds her that she should not be “remark[ing] on [a guest’s] ways” as if she is superior (Lee, 33).
For example, she would go to school everyday and be unable to write because “Ball always would sharpen her pencils until they were gone and she couldn't afford pencils” (Lucille Ball). She left high school at age 15 to pursue her dreams of being an actress (Lucille Ball). Lucille Ball started getting jobs as an actress between the ages of 16-21(Lucille Ball). As a result, Lucille Ball became an actress by pursuing her dreams and being in a lot of successful shows and movies, like one show called “I Love Lucy.”
Luke said to Billy-bob I can’t believe that actually worked. They made good time going up the mountain when they reached the top Zeus was still wondering where they had gone to. They surprised Zeus as they came up to his palace. He asked them how they got up here, they said they used a special plant that makes them invisible to the gods and went up the back entrance. So Zeus and the other gods banished Billy-bob and Luke to the underworld for coming up to their god world ware no mortal can ever go to.
In The Taker by J. M. Steele, Carly Biels is a teenager who has a dream to ace the SAT without help of the Taker. The Taker is an anonymous person who goes from person to person, asking them if they want him to take the SAT for them. All she wants in life is for her family and boyfriend, Brad, to be happy for her. All she needs to do is bomb the high school SAT. However when she gets her scores back from the practice SAT, she realizes she needs to up her game.
The adventures in the a variety of trials, Stanley had to change to become a confident he was shaped into a strong and bold young man. Stanley eventually shared his thought with Zero, of going back to Camp to find treasure. “He wished it were true, but he knew they had no choice but to eventually return To Camp Green Lake,” (185) that quote proves how much more bold has become, He had gone back to camp green lake, while trying not to wake up the others, and dig up the treasure in success. Although didn’t go the way stanley and zero thought. The quote “ all he knows is that he 's last week, and digging has become a little bit easier.”
I was ecstatic. Not only did I already know how to juggle but my coach was encouraging me to do what I loved during practice. My elation was quickly shut down when my coach, noticing my lack of struggle, challenged me to learn how to juggle four balls in the week she was giving the rest of the team to figure out three. For months I had been trying to figure out four balls with no success. Although initially frightened at the daunting task ahead, I never want to back down from a challenge.
My favorite Pecan Fest experience has to be the first time I rode Pharaoh’s Fury. It was so scary in my head, I was like “no!” If my friends could do it I could do it too. There were kindergarteners,1st,and 2nd graders going on that ride so I knew I could do it. I was convincing myself to go on that ride saying I’m not a scardey cat.
The big transformation for the hero was going from a small middle school to a huge high school at Canisius. This transformation was a big journey in his life which used both the departure and initiation parts of the Journey of the Hero. This journey was a huge step in the heroes life because he was used to having the same group of friends and not having to branch out and talk to many other people because of the size of his class. That was one of many of the heroes obstacles that he had to overcome in his journey.
The novel “Risk” by Fleur Ferris is about two teenage girls – Taylor and Sierra. Sierra meets a “boy” named Jacob Jones online and agrees to meet up with him but after three days, she still hasn’t come back home and her phone always goes straight to voicemail, Taylor ends up trying to figure out what happened to her. I felt that this novel is what I would call an actual good book, unlike other books, which seem to have a lot of girly romance that isn’t realistic, “Risk” takes it to a whole new level as the whole storyline and situation is terrifying but at the same time realistic and sets awareness because it could happen in anyone’s
(lee 101) This example shows that Atticus doesn 't want Scout to get into anymore fights at school; instead he wants her to think about what she is doing first. Whenever Cecil Jacobs called Atticus a name Scout got mad and she was going to beat him up , but she remembered what Atticus said and she calmed down and walked away. More and more she is put to the test every day but she
Perfection is unattainable, but every team strives for it. My Junior year, so far, has been a perfect season for color guard. By no means are my teammates and I perfect at our sport, however, we strive for something unattainable: perfection. The amount of work that we put into this sport is much higher than most sports teams put into their games.
“Fear has two meanings forget everything and run or face everything and rise the choice is yours” (Zig Ziglar). These are the two choices that Jennifer Bricker had to face. Jennifer Bricker was born legless and put up for adoption by her parents because they thought she was a bad omen (Adamo 2014). Despite what people may have thought of her, she decided to rise. She inspired many gymnasts and acrobats by proving anything was possible.
(29, 54) Despite the fact that Jolly was in a bad place, she still had people in her life like LaVaughn who were having a positive influence on her and her actions. For example, Jolly dropped out of high school at a young age because of her giving birth to Jeremy and Jilly. She had never got the chance to go back because she had to work to be able to pay the bills. There was no time to go to school, which Jolly originally laughed at because the thought of going back to school was incredulous to her and it was ridiculous.