In, The Iris Center for Faculty Enhancement, level C, case 1, there are two students, Zach and Patrick, who continue to disrupt the class because of their behavior towards each other. They are completely opposite. Zach is the relatively quiet student and Patrick is the louder of the two. Patrick teases Zach and Zach responds in an inappropriate manner. Their teacher is starting to get frustrated with the behavior between the two boys. Therefore, using some of the ideas from the STAR (Strategies And Resources) Sheet, the teacher will be able to encourage appropriate behavior and the teacher will keep her sanity.
Have you ever thought about your country having a war with other country?? Snow Treasure by Marie McSwigan is a sad and memorable story of children carrying gold in Norway(Norway is their country) and adults fighting with Germans. This story is important to people who think war is nothing. Because in this story, they show how they are having a hard time during the war. I really admire character Jan Lasek, who is a Pole but he was once German solider. Then you’ll ask me why. Because he risked his life to save Peter from German army.
When all of a sudden Peter goes to work the next day to find out no one was working in the office, so his boss comes up to him and had told him he has been accused of communist activities. He does not deny it, because it turns out he had joined some type of organization back in his college years to impress a girl whom he had thought he was in love with. Peter really valued his life and his career very much, you could tell just by his actions throughout the film. One night he went for a drive and he had swerved off the road and had crashed to wake up with he had no recognition of who he was. Long story short an elder man found him on the beach mistaking him as his son Luke who had originally died at war and never returned home until now he had thought. The doctor had said he would soon start to remember things and as soon as he did he remembered who he was and what moral dilemma he was facing. Soon enough he had his court hearing and his lawyers had a statement for him to read specifically so he would not go to jail and he would be able to go back to his life in Hollywood, and forget all the events that had happened. While facing the court, Peter had decided to not go through with his lawyers plan and he decided to take manners into his own hands. With that being said he had proven the court wrong and was free to go and to remain living his
Bug, by Tracy Letts, is a dark mind altering thriller. Bug takes place in a run down sketchy motel room in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The play centers on Agnes who is a 44-year-old divorced waitress who is trying to hide out from her recently paroled abusive ex-husband Jerry, and the other main character Bug is Peter. Peter is a 27-year-old man who was in the Gulf War. It is unclear if Peter was discharged from the military, or if he went AWOL (Absent Without Official Leave). Peter appears to be quiet and reserved, however, Peter suffers from major paranoia. He believes that he has tiny bugs inside of him put there by the military. Her lesbian best friend, R.C, introduces Agnes to Peter. Agnes and R.C. both love to do cocaine and drink.
Peter’s brown hair and brown eyes sets him apart from the typical German look. Peter’s main passion is music, especially swing. This love for music may have come about due to being raised by a single mother. When Peter was very young, his father was taken away by the Nazis, and ever since his father was taken away, Peter has been facing an inner conflict. Arvid is one of Peter’s main friends, therefore Peter’s attitude towards Arvid is understanding, loyal, and protective. He always defends Arvid when Thomas starts to pick on him. Peter ends up stealing a radio and is forced to join the Hitler Youth Movement in order to stay with his family. Peter disagrees with the philosophies that the Hitler Youth enforces, so he decides to still be a Swing Kid. Defending Arvid from Thomas is one of the crucial events that makes Peter realize that he should be a Swing Kid instead. He noticed that Thomas started to get more aggressive and physical after he joined the Hitler Youth, and he wanted to prevent that change from happening to him and affect
Do you ever wonder how it feels like to have a life where you have an IEP, a brother going to prison, and two parents who never figure what’s going on? Guess who lives this life, Paul Fisher.In the novel Tangerine by Edward Bloor, Paul faces many difficult obstacles in his life, whether it’s telling the police about his brother, getting kicked off the soccer team,and choosing to go to the Tangerine Middle School.Paul and the consequences of those choices, affected the development of his character.
Peter Hadley is the son of George and Lydia. He speaks to his father and mother in a very casual way and is not afraid of them. Peter threatens his father later in the short story. He also loves the nursery as he says later in the story that he cannot live without
The lead teacher went on break and a substitute teacher entered the classroom. The assistant teacher shouted at the children to sit down at the table and to be quiet while they waited for lunch to arrive. The children ran around the classroom, talking loudly with their friends. Some settled down in their spots for lunch, but continued misbehaving at the table. The substitute teacher and assistant both requested repeatedly for the children to lower their voices. However, the students were getting increasingly loud and restless, so the substitute teacher led them in singing songs about manners. When the food arrived, both the teacher and assistant joined the children for lunch, and directed the conversation towards the upcoming holiday. The teachers ensured that the students took turns when sharing their plans for the break and that every single student received a
Tangerine, a novel written by Edward Bloor is about a visually impaired boy named Paul Fisher.Paul and his family move from Houston, Texas to Tangerine,Florida. This realistic fiction novel shows you Paul Fisher's everyday life through the eyes of Paul Fisher himself.
Peter challenged the class system and his parent’s authority when he told George did not shut down the house,
Peter is intelligent because he is knowledgable which helps him deceive his parents and get what he wants. Peter displays his intelligence when he mislead his father into thinking that he had no idea, “about Africa and everything”(5), and changed the scenery to, “a green, lovely forest”(5), fooling his father. And when Peter’s father decided to shutdown the nursery he used his insight to once again outsmart his parents by pretending to cry and wale, ”Just a moment, just one moment, just another moment of nursery"(9) and as a result Peter got what he wanted. Due to Peter’s intelligence he was able to outwit his parents and in return achive his goal in obtaining what he wants. Lastly, Peter is known to be ruthless. Peter is ruthless becasue he feels no emotions or regret in killing/murdering his parents due to not getting his way. Peter’s father, “forbade him to take the rocket to New York”(6) and his father decided to turn off, “every machine his hand could get to”(9), which had an impact on him resulting in his plan to murder his parents without
At the beginning of the play Anne did not pay attention to Peter. Also Peter was shy and did not talk to Anne at all. Peter also did not like Anne and taunted her. Later on in the play Anne began to like Peter and talked to him. Also Peter was less shy and liked Anne. At the end of the play Peter and Anne liked each other. In addition Anne and Peter actually prefered to spend time with each other than anyone else.
Lack of communication leads to much dysfunction. Ordinary People based on the book by Judith Guest revolves around the Jarrett family and their efforts to communicate. Conrad Jarrett, the son of Calvin and Beth Jarrett, struggles with PTSD and survivor’s guilt after the death of his brother in a boating accident. Additionally, Beth, who favored her older son, has isolated herself from Conrad. She distances herself emotionally, whilst trying to maintain the family’s idealistic reputation. Meanwhile, Calvin tries to keep his family tightly knit, despite his own emotions of helplessness and guilt. Consequently, The movie ends with Beth leaving her family, an event that could have been evaded through conflict management. The
The child I am observing is a first grade boy at Prescott Elementary. I am watching over him at the Prescott after school program. Where kids go to work on homework, work on skills, and play with friends while they wait for their parents to arrive. The boy had light blonde, straight hair, and blue eyes. He is also quite small for his age, almost looks like a kindergartener. I could see this being a disadvantage for his age, especially when it comes to playing with other kids in his class. After watching over him for only an hour, I can tell he is a very quiet kid. I think this could be because many of the other kids in the program are older than him. I could see that he might act differently in his own classroom.
The observation took place in Panera Bread on October 7, 2015. It lasted one hour, and went from 5:15 PM to 6:15 PM. Five adolescents were observed, within the confines of 3 separate social bubbles. My focus was divided between on a group of 3 white females, aged around 18-19, one black male, aged 17-19, and one white white female, aged 12-13. Due to the nature of the business, the environment was mainly composed of two forms of interaction, one being within the distinct groups that came in, the other being between a group and the employee’s of the business. There was also a small amount of exchanges between groups, but this form of interaction was minimal. Despite the public nature of the environment, the clear cut boundaries