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.
She enjoyed school and found most of the information that she learned useful since she would follow her father’s footsteps in becoming the leader of the village. On one of the nicest days of the year, Layla did her normal routine of going to school and suddenly, a new group of ladybugs entered the classroom. These lady bugs were dark red colored with very dark spots. Layla, for the first time in her life, was intimidated by other bugs in the village. She did not know who these new kids in her class were but she
Jules‘s mother wants her daughter to be and look more female and is concerned about her daughter interests. She even fears that Jules is attracted to girls since she spends her entire free time with Jess and the girls on the team. Bend it like Beckham gives a small inside view into the Indian and British cultures represented by the two main characters Jess and Jules, who are both 18 years old. Jess is a second generation Indian who was born and raised in England and who is integrated into the western culture and community. She has her own dreams and her greatest passion is playing football which she will not give up for any reason.
Hester Prynne now starts to live a non-social life and works from home by illustrating her broidery talent into works and clothing that she can sell. Her life suddenly turns to be lonely and almost completely miserable. Nevertheless, that all begins to change with the birth of her daughter. Hester’s gem is in the body of the tiny, little infant: “But she named the daughter ‘Pearl’, as being of great price—purchased with all she had—her mother’s only treasure!” (Hawthorne 41). The sad woman, Hester, commences to watch her delightful child grow each day; and each day she grows more beautiful, more intelligent than the last (Hawthorne 41).
and has never missed a day of school. “Not counting kindergarten, when she had been stung by a wasp.” That would seem like she has a lot of pressure on her and she stills put up with it. she also managed practices and Just to begin with, She strengthen her wrists by doing push ups only on her fingertips, squeezes an eraser one hundred to strengthen her thumb. She practices
“I did it” Lupe said under her breath. In the story, “Marble Champ”, by Gary Soto, the protagonist, is a young girl named Lupe Medrano. Lupe is determined to be a good player at marbles because she works hard, and she has confidence that she will do well. First of all, Lupe is determined because she works and practices very hard. She takes it seriously.
Caty, the main character, is faced with several difficult situations where she decides to conform with her high school peers getting her in trouble that becomes hard for her to escape. Caty begins the movie with a real genuine friendship with Janis and Damien, two individuals who struggled with popularity because they were considered the “outside” group. However, the popular girls, infamously called the “Plastics” try to recruit Caty into their popular group, but only because she is considered one of the prettier girls in the school. The ring leader, Regina George, of the Plastics is the most popular girl in school who is really hated by alot of peers because of her horrible attitude and how she
Girls in these competitions are sexualized so early on in their lives. Children who take part in these competitions are brought up putting a huge deal of focus on outer appearances, which can cause substantial emotional and psychological damage. Children learn their values while they are young, and beauty pageant participants grow up thinking that a woman 's worth comes in part by how attractive they are. Girls in the competitions, and even girls who watch these pageants on TV, are learning that they need to look a certain way to look attractive.” As these children grow up, they are going to strongly fail at relationship, as normally people have been men 22% have cheated on their spouse if these girls grow up to be “perfect”. They are going to take it extremely hard if a man cheats on them.
Additionally, she does not like displaying emotions or being romantic. Katniss, however, has also the typical female traits. After her mother breaks down, she plays a role of a mother to her younger sister and takes care of her. During the reaping day Katniss shows her maternal instinct towards Prim, she volunteers as a tribute to take her sister 's place in gruesome games, as she knows her relative would not survive. Since Katniss is strong, skilled at hunting, and determined to survive, she makes a great potential winner of the deadly games.
I especially enjoyed witnessing all the hardworking girls ,just like myself, strive for their dream. Every little gymnasts’ dream, including mine, was to go to the Olympics, to compete at the college level and achieve overall greatness in the sport of gymnastics. However, as I got older and progressed through the sport, that dream that every little girl dreams about started to slowly slip away. The reality was that by the time I had reached 8th grade I was no longer at my pinnacle. I had hit the dreaded growth spurt.
Just as I was about to overtake Preston, I lost control of my footing and plop! Down I went, humiliated, as the ball sped away in the opposite direction, my victory along with it. The morning had started out absolutely fine. Everyone in Miss McKenzie’s fifth grade class was thrilled to see what Mrs. Orsillo had in store for our last PE class of our lower school careers. Mrs. Orsillo was a very solid lady, a stereotypical gym teacher, and not many people liked her ‘tough love’ style of teaching.
People feel as if that isn 't fair- but when Kayla gets to the finish line, it then turns into a struggle. Her coach has caught her after every one of her meets, Kayla loses control and is unable to stop her legs until her body temperature lowers back to normal. Kayla has been involved in sports ever since she was little, in 2009 her life changed when she was diagnosed. Believing in herself is what made her keep going, being a motivational and inspirational runner. So how did she find out she had MS?
She fits in all right at school, but she finds out that the insurance companies won 't pay for her bills so her parents have to fight in court. Her father is putting in long hours at work to pay the bills. Jessica gets fitted for a prosthesis and walks pretty well with it. Fiona and her coach tell her about a special running leg. Her team has decided to fundraise to get her one.
Kendall wants to go to Duke, but she has trouble with keeping her grades up. So, Kate reminds her of what type of grades she must receive on her assignments. Kendall always forth her best effort on every assignment and at every practice, which makes her an industrious person. But as the 2015 basketball season begins in November, she becomes very stressed about balancing her schoolwork and her passion for basketball. It also doesn’t help that her uncle, who was recently evicted from his apartment, is staying in her room which makes it harder for Kendall to focus.