Scott LaBarge’s essay “Heroes: Why Heroes are Important” is well written because he effectively uses pathos, logos, and karios when explaining heroes to his audience. When something goes wrong or we feel like we cannot continue, we could all use someone to step in and change our situation. Everyone needs a hero. LaBarge gives an excellent example from his high school days; Thoreau inspired him and became his hero. The high school period of one’s life is a difficult period.
That is until he had the chance to apply to WestPoint. He saw this as a marvelous opportunity for free schooling, but it was much more than that. He didn’t just get into and go to WestPoint he thrived there and graduated at the top of his class in 1886. After WestPoint while working as a soldier, he also, as explains in the video, “picks up” a law degree while working
Junior High is a huge start in your teen and adult life because this springs you up for high school, college, and the rest of your life. Jr. High launches you off an a path of success or failure, but you have to be willing to fail. In junior high you have the choice to become a leader or a follower and this influences the rest of your life. This informative essay will be stating facts about social life, academics, and personal responsibilities that you must have in to survive in Junior High. Academics are the main priority in all schools nationwide.
With the start a new year some people make resolutions and stick to them and others simply gradually work their way into the year without any plans. It would be nice to have a system in place to help you maximize the moments as it pertains to establishing realistic goals and actually achieving them. A good formula to help you jumpstart your new year read as follows, inspiration plus motivation equals empowerment. The formula inspiration plus motivation equals empowerment can catapult you from obscurity to success if you apply it. I have applied inspiration plus motivation equals empowerment throughout my personal and professional career and it works to perfection.
All it has to do is be improved a little more. There’s many ways to go about this and I be live the best solution to solve this is just getting feedback from students on how they like the honor code and wheat would they like to see changed. In Source E 48% of students believe that the honor code is enforced fairly. We have to increase that percentage up 100%. Other pros of the honor code is it actually works in some cases.
As we go around showing appreciation and thanking others we are passing around superior vibrations. It can teach many including our upcoming generations of how to behave and treat others in society. Good vibrations can teach others how to keep a healthy and positive society, in which many may seem to show more respect towards others. For example, in the article “Message to Grassroots” by Malcolm X it states, “Instead of us airing our differences in public, we have to realize we’re all the same family.” (Malcolm X, page 2). This quote proves how appreciating instead of us complaining can give a lot.
Americans are optimistic and place faith in the future. they link change to progress, growth, and development . We like things that are “New and Improved!” Older traditional cultures consider change to be disruptive and unpredictable. In other words – negative. risk-avoidance varies from person to person within a culture, and plenty of Americans prefer what’s safe and predictable due to the culture differences, but in the world we in the US do tend to take chances and embrace change.
If one gives their time and love to fandoms, there is a copious amount of love being returned, along with rewarding connections between like-minded people. While they might often be interpreted as hysterical or dissociative with real life, fandoms are actually a diverse and welcoming group of people that accept others as friends and family and provide support where the people they know in real life can’t help. Although the full acceptance of fan culture into society is a big step and it seems that that goal is not reasonable to reach in the near future, if both ends of society can work towards it, both will reap the benefits of a more open and loving
It is easy to think college is not worth the cost to improve, but being educated molds a greater person, and creates happier people in the future and occasionally they become healthier (Leonhardt 25 ). Becoming a happier person is pleasing for everyone. Even former President Obama says “‘Education helps us be better people. It helps us be better citizens. You came to college to learn about the world and to engage with new ideas and to discover the things you 're passionate about -- and maybe have a little fun’” (Procon.org).
A multicultural society comes with many great things, and an obvious advantage is the promotion of diversity and being open minded. Societies such as the Norwegian one can truly benefit from learning about tolerance and being broad minded, as Norwegians can be very xenophobic. However, with a much more diverse society people will hopefully become much more educated and tolerant about cultures other than their own. With more tolerance and education, optimistically stereotypes, prejudice and racism will eventually fade and people will become more accepting of each other’s differences. You could argue that this would have very little output in some cultures, countries or societies, however I believe that with the younger generations people will soon become more tolerant and less racist.
Throughout the preface, Hirsch indicates how passionate and devoted he is by writing about Cultural Literacy and wanting to have reform. He is motivated by the fact that he truly believes that Cultural Literacy would benefit many citizens, especially, “disadvantaged children” because of the opportunity it constitutes. It allows them an opportunity to be able to flee from the path of a future where no progress or success is sought. Hirsch discovers, that through changing the curriculum and breaking the cycle, there will be more cultural literacy and more success in those disadvantaged children, as well as, many other people. Since this discovery, he is making an effort to convince his audience of how beneficial changing the curriculum and education