Shonquasia responded well to the intervention. Shonquasia stated, school work, being talk about in school, not having a true friend, ending relationship, peer pressure and bulling. Shonquasia stated, not being able to have a good relationship with her mother, being talked about in school, people not understanding her, not being able to keep friends, and wanting to quit school. Shonquasia stated that she does not get along well with her mom. Shonquasia stated that he mom do not understand her , Shonquasia stated, that she do not have any real friend and she spend most of her time in school alone.
Houston also suffered from the moving, tired of getting used to new schools. She says, “In Ocean Park my teacher felt cold and distant. I was confused by all the moving and was having trouble with the classwork, but she would never help me out. She would have nothing to do with me. This was the first time I had felt outright hostility from a Caucasian” (Houston
Personal attack shows an attack on the character of a person rather than his or her opinions or arguments. Ms. Campbell is the head of a department who also a teacher. She was totally looked down on the student in class 203 because many of them are on probation, can’t be relied on and are the lost cause’s. For example, when Mrs. Gruwell finds out a new book to let the student read but Ms. Campbell is not giving it to the student. Ms. Campbell thinks that the student reading scores are not so good and believe the book will be damaged by them.
Laurie Halse Anderson is the author of “Speak.” The main character is Melinda, and she goes to Merryweather High School. She has no friends, and her old friends are mad at her.She is an outcast at the school.The author wants Melinda to speak about her problems to somebody. Throughout the book Melinda has problems with her family. For example, they don 't communicate with her and instead choose to just communicate by writing notes to one another. Also, her parents are disappointed with her grades.
Alexis proves that so much culture has been lost and that this is the root for many of our problems today. Anaya and Vigil both show regret: “The school was telling me that folkways and stories were not important enough to be in the classroom. I was filled with sadness.” (Anaya 5). “Now I must tell you the pitiful but very really, very true, part of the story. Overtime, the Merpeople began to forget where they had come from.” (Vigil 3).
How did Alyce’s self-esteem change for the beginning to the end, it change because in the beginning of the book the she felt lonely, alos she felt like she a nobody, felt like nobody loved her cared because the always picked on her. She never had the respect until towards the end of book she learn that went respect and did not want to be treated like a piece of dung heap. At the end of the book she finally felt love and like people cared for her because she when she was at the manor she saw jane talk to the person in charge look for alyce and even will came to the manner to take her to coming back also she felt loved because she had edward to love like son. Alyce 's self-esteem changes because her self-esteem was low at the beginning of the
They believe such thing because of what they have been surrounded by, and the courses they take due to the lack of AP classes, or any sort of ROP classes. Working class schools don’t have enough space to have them choose and take electives that’ll meet up to college expectations. Instead, they are forced to take elective classes such as hairdressing in order to graduate. Some of the working class students have taken hairdressing classes twice. So many working class students believe that they should start to learn what they’ll be doing and what they see themselves doing in the future.
There was no clear rules or transitions for the kids to follow. The teacher would always change the room around and told the kids to sit where they wanted. Of course, the kids would sit with their friends. She always confused the kids on the arrival time due to not knowing where to sit in class. The tone of her math class was a mess the kids were all talking and sometimes would be waiting for her to come to the room.
Maycomb’s education system is depicted as a failure throughout chapters 2 and 3. Lee’s description of the student’s poor learning attitudes, the teacher’s unskillful teaching methods, all highlights the failure of Maycomb’s education system. Lee depicts the failure of the Maycomb education system through the description of elderly students in Scout’s first grade class. When the class was questioned about their knowledge on alphabets, Scout explained by saying “Everybody did; most of the first grade had failed it last year.” The adjective “failed” depicts that the students did not learn much in Maycomb and was unable to take in knowledge under the Maycomb education system. Not being able to take in knowledge, students are unable to pass through
Melinda gets depressed and starts expressing her pain through stuff like biting her lips and her nails, and not talking. At the end of the story she finally found her voice and was able to stand up for herself. In the beginning, Melinda didn't talk to anyone, barely even to her parents. She says, “I have tried so hard to forget every second of that stupid party and here I am in the middle of a hostile crowd that hates me for what I had to do. I can't tell them what really happened” (Anderson, 28).