At this point in the novel, I believe that the 'Coming of Age ' motif is becoming very recurring as the book goes on. Charlie is starting to reminisce more and think about things as a mature adult would. Mr. Etheridge made a very good analogy in class the other day, he said that as a kid you do not think about getting your new clothes dirty when you play outside. However, once you start maturing you question if it is worth it or not to get comfortable and sit on the grass and risk dirty clothing or suffer and stand. This really interested my because I can relate to this.
The book is about Ramona, an eight-year old who wants to show that she is old enough to take care of herself. She narrates her school life experience as a grade 3 student in a new school and her family concern. Since Ramona’s dad lost his job and wants to go to school to become an art teacher, her mom must go to work (2 jobs) to keep up with the family’s finances. This concerns her, since Ramona sees and feels the family stressing about money. Meanwhile, in school, she has a new teacher, Mrs. Whaley, whom she wants to please and to show she is a good student.
She remembers standing there feeling afraid, overwhelmed, and thinking her mom was stupid for not protecting her. The first day of school was the beginning of the notes to self Cassandra would pen in pain to herself. If she ever had children, they would be registered for school. Mrs. Russell, one of the teacher’s aides, became her new best friend as she took Cassandra by the hand and led her to the classroom. She made the students feel welcomed and appreciated.
The book educates the readers on lessons of isolation, growth, and appreciation. In the book. Where the Wild Things Are, one of the important themes it teaches its readers to be more appreciative of everything, which could be related to high school students in their last year before graduating and
Senior Reflection The best experience I had at Thousand Oaks High School was having teachers who cared and pushed me to my limit. Mrs. Almenara taught me organizational skills. She and I worked together at university elementary school with autistic kindergarten children. The worst experience I had was being the new girl and trying to find my way round the school. I was always getting lost and going into wrong classes.
She was basically I think my only friend in 1st grade. We talked a while and it turns out she goes to the same after school as me. We meet at after school and we talked about life. When I was done with my homework, we had recess and then suddenly I see this random girl crying. I went up to her and asked her what happened.
She also said how her mother brought back her classwork and software necessary and then she learned how to handle those programs by herself teaching her the technical side of graphic design. Those programs were early versions of Photoshop, Pagemaker, QuarkXPress, and Super Paint. She says that the things she produced back then were bad because she inserted every font she could and inserted graphics randomly. In summer camp for high school students she finally got into some design classes by working for school publications. Then when she went to college typography courses it brought a new level of sophistication to her designs.
The writer and teacher, Lindsay Rosasco, creates strong diction through the use of informal word choice. Her diction style relates to her audience, who are teenagers in high school. She is trying to convince them that she is not out to get them, she just wants the best for all of them. Rosasco doesn’t use a higher level of vocabulary or more grandiose style because if she did, then teenagers could turn away from the text and she is writing like how the students talk. By doing this, she lets the readers know that she understands how they live.
My homeroom teacher claimed that I 'd have to do tons of work, so when she was in the middle of tell us that, I was surely regretting not getting the signature. My friend, Larissa, was sharing a pitied look with me, assuming that I 'd be drowned in paperwork in the next few minutes. She was always the type to worry and whatnot, which, no doubt, would get annoying, but I knew that she did it because she cared. Unfortunately, we separated ways when High School came
Additionally, the church and the government favor marriage for it aligns with what they both want, to procreate and to prolong society. Because of the different benefits that they receive, it is easier for them to attain advancement in their personal and professional lives - they tend to go farther into society compared to the unmarried. It was also said in certain reports that they are more satisfied with their lives than the unmarried. Majority of the married are also stable with regards to their financial state. Advocacy campaigns regarding the benefits of marriage should be established to shed light on the benefits that married individuals receive physically, mentally, and financially, let people give importance to married individuals and marriage itself, and recognize the contribution and help of married couples to