School officials expel Holden from school due to his lack of motivation from his isolation from his family and the world around him. In the quote below, school officials expel Holden from Pencey, as he did not apply himself: “They gave me frequent warnings to start applying myself, especially around midterms. When my parents came up for a conference with old Turner, but I didn’t do it. So I got the ax” (6). Holden 's weak connection with his family causes Holden to fail out of Pency.
The school has a specific structure and isn’t open to new ideas. With this school structure and way of teaching, it drains the students of their creativity because of their teachers. Mrs. Caroline is Scout’s first grade teacher who attempts to implement new teaching methods ( ). Mrs. Caroline would constantly get cross with Scout because she found out that Scout was literate and that she could write as well ( ). Mrs. Caroline doesn't appreciate when the students think on their own and find different methods of doing things ( ).
Like brother and sister, Jem and Scout are going to have their differences. Sometimes the older sibling does not want their friends, seeing them with their younger sibling, because they might be embarrassed. That is what occurs with Jem and Scout. As the new school year started Jem started maturing more and more to the point where he did not want his sister to
He doesn’t know who he is or where he belongs which causes Joe to be wandering around most his life. He has a rough time with relationships with people because society isolates him because of his violent ways. His relationship with Miss Burden seems like he would change, but he only ends up disappointing her and causes her to destroy herself. Joe Christmas also has a violented when he dies, and nothing is resolved in his life. Joe represents the old South and how if it doesn’t change it will die.
The first event that impacted Scout is her first day of school. At her first day of school, she is introduced to a new teacher, Miss Caroline Fisher. Scout gets in trouble with Miss Caroline in the afternoon. Walter Cunningham, a boy in Scout’s class did not bring a lunch and Miss Caroline offers money to buy some. However, Walter is too poor to pay back Miss Caroline, while Miss Caroline does not understand, Scout explains the Cunningham’s situation but is disciplined anyway.
For example, on page 65 it’s written “Jem stayed moody and silent for days. As Atticus had once advised me to do, I tried to climb into Jem’s skin and walk around in it: if I had gone alone to the Radley Place at two in the morning, my funeral would have been held the next afternoon. So I left Jem alone and tried not to bother him.” This shows how Scout develops her moral compass because she is putting herself in Jem’s shoes. After being to the Radley Place with Jem and Dill, Scout was frightened by the experience and so she understood how it must feel to go back to that place alone and so she left him alone. From this we can see that Scout learned from her experiences and mistakes, which in this case was going to the Radley Place without permission, and developed a sense of empathy.
It is significant for Scout, as a young child, to know the importance of seeing things from many different viewpoints and not just one. Scout believes Miss Caroline, her school teacher, is not kind because of things that had happened on her first day of school. She was told that Atticus needed to stop teaching her to read, and was punished for being disruptive during class. Atticus explains the situation to Scout by saying,“‘You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it” (Lee 33). Miss Caroline is new to the town and is looked down upon by other teachers.
Research proposes that a few individuals have what are termed hardier identities than others. Hardiness is a man 's capacity to adapt to push. Individuals with solid identities have an inward locus of control, are unequivocally dedicated to the exercises in their lives, and view changes as an open door for progression and development. Such individuals are seen as generally unrealistic to endure sickness on the off chance that they encounter abnormal amounts of Stress and push. Then again, individuals with low strength might have more challenges in adapting to Stress and push.
Moreover, Hamlet struggles with his doubts about whether he can trust the ghost and whether killing Claudius is the appropriate thing to do. His hatred is contrary to his belief or religion, so he chooses to escape from the revenge to release himself. He considers about suicide because
In the The Crucible, John Proctor’s motivation shifts from fear to redemption, which causes him to be accused of witchcraft. In conclusion John is scared for his wife, doesnt want his reputation or name tarnished, and he doesn't want to die but wants to keep his dignity. Johns decision to not confess ultimately led to his death, if he chose to confess he would still be alive and with his kids and
Be that as it may, Holden still wishes that his sister would go back to school after he told her that he wasn’t leaving. Holden is adamant that he doesn’t want children to follow his path even though he would not verbalize it to a reader. This is shown countless times throughout the novel “’come on, hey I’ll walk you back to school,’ I said. ‘I’m not going back to school.’ I didn’t know what to say when she said that. I just stood there for a couple of minutes” (Salinger 208).