They have reached out to me by starting out by talking about kids that have or have been victims of bullying and families that have been a part of a kid's life of suicide. For e this is creating the rest of the documentary movie trailer. Also, throughout the trailer it shows a lot of different situations that i haven't mentioned. But from month to week down to day by day you should not feel like you are worthless. If you are feeling like this you should speak up.
Although some teens of “To Tell or Not to Tell” by Mary Kate Frank have argued that people don’t speak up because they’d rather not get in trouble or make their friends mad at them, closer examination shows you should speak up because if you don’t your friends could become severely hurt or die due to your actions. “Together with a few friends, Matthew reported what he knew to school administrators, and police ultimately arrested and charged two students involved in the shooting plot.” This sentence from the article is a perfect example of why sometimes it’s a good reason to be a whistle-blower, a whistle-blower is someone who tells for a good purpose. If Matthew decided not to tell them a great deal of lives could have been lost. If Matthew hadn’t told about the shooting, his life could have been cut short and so would many others who went to his school. He wasn’t going to tell originally, but his friends helped him tell
In his career he got all of the memories of the past, before his community decided to change the way they lived their lives and performed their daily functions. In doing so, Jonas figured out that his society was not so perfect after all, and that it did have drawbacks. Since the challenge with utopia is that in order to have one people must give up many privileges, a dystopian society might have different techniques of punishment, types of families, and ways to deal with the elders of the society. Punishment is a way to teach one about mistakes. In The Giver, the community punished the children with a weapon that stung when it was used on them.
When Jem and Scout learned that Bob Ewell threatened Atticus, they become frightened. They said “We’re scared for you” (Lee 292). This clearly describes what is going on in their minds at this moment. Instead of the parent worrying about their child’s safety, it’s the children who worries about their parents safety. And this proves that Jem and Scout have lost a piece of their childhood.
These kids, are just that kids who are stuck in a bad situation or mindset. The kids are victims of their circumstances but they are trying to find way to get out of their circumstances or are trying to be heard. The director uses things such as weather transitions, voice overs and overall structure to get the viewers emotionally invested in to these strangers’ lives. This helps to establish the subjects, but also make the large impact of knowing that there are many kids, like the ones shown, in the world that are struggling through life. The director is willing the viewer not to see these kids as the label of “bad kids”, but as human beings doing the best with what little they
Lewinsky tells us of how public harassment had gotten worse over the years. Lewinsky’s main idea is that public humiliation needs to stop as a blood sport and we should move pass it. I agree with Lewinsky because, nobody should be punished heavily for a mistake that follows them, their whole life, and that no one should enjoy this as a form of entertainment. In my experience, I was bullied in middle school, even by people who I thought were my friends. It made me feel horrible and ashamed, and I didn’t know what to do about it.
He was on the documentary with four other families, and two of which lost their sons to suicide, due to bullying. Most bullies normally do not expect who they are bullying to get super depressed, even though they bully those people. On the film he talked about ways to abolish bullying and make it be less common among schools, he told people to tell others if there are or were being bullied and that it would make the bully have to stop. He tells people to stand up to the bully and to not have nobody know. Alex Libby has made a difference by reaching out to others and helping them to stand up to their problems, which helps them with self esteem and more.
Hearing Greg Handle today reminded me of the many things which I saw in high school. Even though I was not bullied I always felt bad for the kids that would get picked on day after day. Being bullied at school is something that is not taken very serious by many, however, today I remembered more about how much this social problem really affects our country. Greg Handles many stories about how kids at very young ages suffer from bullying helped me realize how big this problem really is. His point about how it will change peoples lives forever made me think about how important his work really is.
Spanking can also be used to stop kids from doing something shouldn’t be doing or stopping them from doing something dangerous that can potentially harm them. A good spank will snap the child back into reality, the child will know why he/she got spanked and will be too afraid to do it again; however spanking should be used as a last resort when all fails. Children are supposed to respect and obey their parents and it is the parents’ duty to take charge and make sure that their doing just that. However we all know that that isn’t always trust. Some time talking or taking away their cell phone might not always be that effective.
This is an example of when I was younger and got hurt during a sport and they did not let me play, I was absolutely devastated. This has become a big debate around the world weather kids should be allowed to play their sports or if it is too dangerous. Some people believe that kids should drop the sports for safety reasons. However I believe these kids should participate in whichever sports they choose because 1- They are kids and kids are suppose to have fun. 2- Everyone gets hurt every once in awhile and 3- It will maybe toughen the kids up so when they get older they could maybe go professional.
For kids over the years dealing with abuse, bullying, and mental problem, they attended to think of a way for people to hear them cry out for help. But in this case LaDue didn 't cry out he wanted fame and by shooting or blowing up a school would, probably, he thought, would get him that fame. He would get the distance to seek fame and by killing people that were his answer. For other people it 's different and some of them don 't do it for the fame and glory they do it so people can hear their cries. What LaDue did was wrong and stupid of him how he was doing this.
By expelling students, they lose both their education as well as other activities they are involved in (Perry), which keep them out of trouble. School is the place where one should learn life skills and where one learns more about who you they are while setting the base for their future; in fact. it has the power to prevent crime (Boone). School administrators need to recognize that children are still children and if they continue to criminalize them, that is exactly what they will become. The longer it takes for these policies to be eliminated from school districts, statistics will increase.
When my grandmother called me, I’d say, ‘Yes ma’am.’ I wanted to say, ‘Why do you hit me? Am I really a bad child? Why do you treat me like I’m not part of your family?’” As I’m reading his story he has a very remarkable story in my opinion, and he’s a perfect reason we need to change this system. He wanted to tell the cops or his social worker but he was afraid to because he would be hit by his foster grandma. For some children this may not even work but it is definitely worth a shot to help these kids like Deshon.
Pelton resigned solely because her students complained to their parents, who then decided to defend their students who were already in the wrong. This allows for children to grow up believing that they can cheat and get away with it. These children then spread this ideology to their friends who are also beginning to think it is okay to cheat. All these children are therefore growing up believing that it is okay to cheat; they then teach their own children that cheating is an acceptable behavior. This results in a national decline in integrity because the upcoming generations are being raised with the ideology that it is appropriate for them to
In American education, being in a gang and stereotypes plays a major role in the way people view education. Through loyalty to their gang, poverty, and corrupt legal systems, educational systems don 't know how to handle these types of people going through these problems. In many instances, people from rival gangs are in the same class or school. There will be no learning for them because it is engraved in their head that “I need to ‘pop’ this guy because his gang killed someone in my gang.” They are never to betray their gang because it shows disrespect. Eva referenced this in Freedom Writers, after watching her father being dragged away by police officers her father, “... An Aztec princess is chosen for her blood.