Once nets were up they would began to stretch and warm up then begin practice without the coaches. Again, the girls were more concerned with socializing. Some girls were warming up, some were in the hall socializing with football players, and some were still in the locker room getting dressed. As a whole the girls did not look like a team and they did not look like they were serious about being a part of this volleyball team. Since, I have an unconditional love for volleyball I took it upon myself to gather all the teams and have them warm up as a team.
Pepettes act as servants for their designated player; they bake football themed desserts, decorate signs, carry their books and even get paid for sex. This female gender role is supported throughout Odessa’s community. Pepettes have a specific role to play, and that role is to support their football player in anything he needs to be successful on the field. It is mentioned that often times, intelligent females “dumb down” to fit within the Permian school culture. Academic expectations have encouraged deviance within the classroom for Permian football players.
Motor and Praxis Skills During the time of observation, the Chuck E. Cheese mascot came out from the staff only room as the song, the cupid shuffle, started to play in the background. The little girl watched the Chuck E. Cheese mascot when he started to dance. Other children including the little girl, tried to copy how the Chuck E. Cheese mascot was dancing. The little girl started to dance like the Chuck E. Cheese mascot. She kicked out her feet and flailed around her arms while moving from side to side.
In The Hunger Games, they interview them individually before the games in front of a crowd. In Dance Moms the dancers are put in front of a camera, by themselves, and tell about what is happening on the show. While on Dance Moms what they say is not really important, compared to what they say on the interview in The Hunger Games. In The Hunger Games, if they do not win the crowd over by what they say, they will not receive sponsors, which could save their lives. In The Hunger Games, the mentors give each tribute an angle to take to hook the crowd in and love them, but on Dance Moms, the children say exactly what they think and whatever they want.
This scene shows us how brave she Is through her actions in one part of the scene she opens a door where a few birds fly in and she’s shocked but doesn’t stop her from discovering the rest of the house. She gets caught by her maid but is still determined to find out what she saw. This scene we are shown how she isn’t afraid of authority she tries to explain herself and ask questions on what she saw this shows that she’s
Janella Outdoor obstacle Observation During outdoor obstacle course, Janella says, “I don’t want to jump. I want to play with hula-hoop”. The teacher gives her a hula-hoop to play with. She places the hula-hoop on the floor and steps in. She picks up the hula-hoop with both hand and places at her waist level.
“You have the right to have one foot in the box and take practice swings, it’s going to be ok,” he said, but I wasn’t really paying attention to him. I looked around at my team and the crowd they were all shocked like me. I could hear the girl’s muffled sobs from where I was standing. “Do I really hit that hard?” I thought to myself. The other team’s coaches walked the catcher back to the dugout and a new girl came in.
One of the many matters of the Quilting Bee was to aide other women by donating quilts for others’ hope chests (Johnson). The event often includes a dance towards the evening and was also combined with a dinner served for all the families to participate in. Quilts are comprised of smaller blocks that are stitched together to eventually form larger blocks. The various amounts of blocks include the nine patch, the shoo fly, the churn dash the prairie queen, the hourglass, the contrary wife the letter X and lastly, the variable star (Johnson). Each design is repeated or alternated with just a simple block which eventually creates the overall
This makes their youth today the only way to keep the last of their traditions alive. "The invisibility of Native peoples and lack of positive images of Native cultures may not register as a problem for many Americans, but it poses a significant challenge for Native youth who want to maintain a foundation in their culture and language." - NCAI President Brian Cladoosby (April 2014 - Washington Post
Evolution and “survival of the fittest” mean that things are out of our hands to change (Spencer, 1896). For Spencer, women really have no chance of being equal in society with men. Even though they do have the opportunity to evolve, it will still be limited to their role in society and educational institutions probably would not be included for him. Additionally, Spencer might agree with the parents regarding the value of pursuing Liberal Arts, simply because he believes in biological processes, and scientific ways of analyzing social situations. A prime example of this would be his organic analogy that relates society to a living organism, that becomes more complex as it evolves (Spencer,