In the story “Marble Champ,” By Gary Soto, the main character Lupe Medrano is a role model for kids my age. Lupe is a role model because she is hardworking at things that she does, she shows sportsmanship, and she is intelligent. Lupe is a role model because she’s hard working. Because Lupe has been squeezing rubber eraser 100 times to make her thumb muscles more muscular and bigger. To add on to this lupe is hardworking is that lupe started doing pushups with her fingertips to make her fingers stronger. When lupe is making her thumb stronger that means she can throw the marble harder and farther. This shows that lupe is a role model and hard working. Furthermore, lupe is a role model because she is intelligent. For example in paragraph
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Lastly Lupe challenged herself to exercise. At the beginning of The Marble Champ we see Lupe is always challenging herself to try new things. First challenged herself to try new sports. addition Lupe tried soccer, for soccer one time she kicked the ball in her own goal, baseball, and basketball and she is no good for them.
She wants to be good at sports and what sport she will try. This short story tells the tale of a young girl named Lupe Medrano and her inspiring journey of determination and effort. Lupe is an inspiring character because she is determined, considerate, and smart. First Lupe is inspiring because she is determined. Lupe realized she was really bad at sports and had an idea of playing marbles which is a sport that gives her the courage to practice.
Humanities Capstone: Tom Brady People should always have someone they look up to. Most people look up to celebrities or their parents. Having a role model can be good for many people. They can help you through many times in your life. I look up to Tom Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback.
People learn little from success, but much from failure. In a story by William Steig a little mouse named Doctor De Soto shows the meaning of success and hard work. Doctor De Soto and his wife dodge a not so sly fox. Doctor De Soto and his wife plan ahead to trick a not so sly fox as they knew that the fox would back stab them and try to eat them as a delicious snack , but as the fox thinks he's about to have a delicious snack Doctor De Soto and his wife had a surprise for the fox, they glue the sly ungrateful fox's mouth shut. In this story you would look though and find many Habits of Mind traits, they're 16 different traits in the Habits of Mind including Striving for Accuracy, Thinking Flexibly, and Thinking Interdependently which will be used and explained in the next few paragraphs.
The novel The Mighty Miss Malone is a beautiful story about a normal family living during the great depression, Deza Malone's family has the motto "We are a family on a journey to a place called Wonderful" and Deza is consistently marked in her school as someone who is sure to go far in life. However, when the Great Depression hits Deza's hometown of Gary, Indiana, her father loses his job and must travel abroad in order to find work. Her mother uproots the family and goes out in search of Deza's father, with Deza and her brother ending up in a Hooverville outside Flint, Michigan. As life continues to go on, Deza's brother Jimmie leaves the camp in the hopes of becoming a performer while Deza and her mother try to carry on in the hopes of
The Mirabal sisters were revolutionaries who opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo. During the revolution, they were given the code name “Las Mariposas”, or “the butterflies”. The term “mariposa” suits each sister in a different way. Patria, Dedé, Minerva, and Mate Mirabal each have their one reason to be compared to a butterfly. The nickname “mariposa” shows who the Mirabal sisters are; they transformed from domestic, innocent mothers and wives into brave, defiant martyrs for national freedom.
Second reason Lupe is a role model is she is a good sport. For instance, Lupe is a good sport because the story said “ She beat her first opponent easily, and felt sorry for the girl because she didn’t have anyone to cheer for her” and
I am reading Hero by Mike Lupica and I am on page 124. The book is about Zach, whose father died in a deadly plane crash. Zach is looking to find out what he thinks happened to his father: The plane crash was not an accident. While still coping with the loss of his father, and while looking for what happened to his father, Zach meets a man, Mr. Herbert, who gives Zach superpowers. In this journal I will be predicting and questioning.
The Curse of Capistrano, Friend of the oppressed, Mr. Fox. He has many names, but no matter what he is called, Senor Zorro is a character who will withstand the test of time. The character of Zorro, is more of a title, being passed down to younger generations to continue seeking justice. But, when he was originally written, he was the alter ego of Don Diego Vega. Zorro was created by Johnston McCulley for a short story in the magazine All-Story Weekly.
In Bucknell University’s production of Marisol by Jose Rivera, one of the central themes is chaos and the effects of chaos. This theme of chaos is in part seen through the inconsistent timeline of the play. Chaos is also seen through the development of the main characters Marisol, June, and Lenny. Jose Rivera’s purpose in writing about chaos is to parallel the real life experiences of so many people before and even now that live the lives of his characters in Marisol. The chaos is present to give voice to the real people who lived in uncertainty, enduring the insane events of the play.
Literature 1 Michael Arroyo August 28, 2015 4th Period “As Simple As Snow” by Gregory Galloway “As Simple as Snow” is a mystery novel made in 2005 that may confuse people’s minds with all the art, magic, codes, and love while reading. As a teen age boy who wants to find the secrets his girlfriend who left behind all these mysteries after her odd disappearance. It also tells about the lost gothic girl, Anna Cayne, who meets the young high-school aged narrator. Throughout the postcards, a shortwave radio, various CDs, and many other irregular interest.
I am approaching the age of twelve and I will soon become a Bat Mitzvah. I will take my place in the Jewish community and take on the rights and obligations of a Jewish adult. I am writing this article to tell the community of whom I intend to be when I enter the Jewish community. I inspire to be like the women of the Tanaka, as they are role models for young women today. Through their actions, they inspire me to defy the gender role in our society and become a strong and independent woman.
Gabriella Montez’s primary stereotype is the “nerd.” The first time Gabriella is seen, she is reading a book. This is a common indication used throughout the film industry that leads viewers to make the assumption that the character in question is introverted and intelligent. When Gabriella transfers to a new school, it is made clear that she is in fact academically talented. She is referred to as a “freaky genius girl” and “an Einsteinette.”