Often times throughout elementary and middle school, my science classes would watch The Magic School Bus. I absolutely loved watching episodes of this show because I thought it was entertaining and educational. When searching for a show to watch for this assignment, I came across the title The Magic School Bus Rides Again. Since I was very intruded and reminded of my childhood, this is the show I chose. The Magic School Bus Rides Again is a Netflix original, so I streamed it online and watched.
Throughout the story, Kirsten collects any articles she can that have anything to do with him, trying to piece together her broken memory. Her friend, August, finds comfort in searching old houses for television guide books, because he remembers watching a lot of television before the collapse. Because they were so young when the world ‘ended’, most of their pre-pandemic memories were lost, due to either the lapse of time or perhaps a little bit of PTSD. These two characters illustrate how badly people who can’t even remember most of the old world craved going back to it. Kirsten and August are accustomed to their lifestyle in the Traveling Symphony, but fantasize about what life would have been like if the pandemic had never hit.
Life On Death Row What I Already Knew and What I Wanted to Know When I was younger, I was into Dragon Ball Z and comic books very heavy. I had little action figures I would take to school and play with and as soon as I got in from school, I turned the TV to Cartoon Network to watch Dragon Ball and Then Dragon Ball Z. I wanted to be Goku(the main character of the show), Rocky Balboa, Bruce Lee and Lil ' Bow Wow. I had already started rapping a little bit but only for fun. One day I was in the Dollar General with my mom and I walked to the VHS tapes. At that time, because I was so young my mom would make me turn the TV off when Adult Swim came on and VHS tapes were the only thing I could watch in order to stay up at night.
We see Holden’s fear of phonies shine throughout The Catcher in the Rye. Why does he have this fear? Shouldn’t someone who acts tough and often brags know that they will never become a phony? The answer would be yes if Holden wasn’t so insecure. Holden’s childish ways cause him to never mature and figure out who he is as a person.
Cards were a really big hit. They liked Fish, Concentration, Crazy Eights, Hearts, and if old enough Canasta, Gin Rummy, solitaire, Slap Jack, War and 21. There were also games in water like Marco Polo, dive bomb and water ballet. Children played for hours because they did not have video games or television. They made up their own games
The television has seized our minds, ignoring what’s happening around us. David Sedaris’s story “Us and Them” is an example of a good story because of the humor, theme and conflict, these are elements creating an intensive piece. David Sedaris portrays humor throughout “Us and Them.” Humor establishes an entertaining environment and gives the readers joy, drawing them in with comedic writing. The Tomkey family “did not believe in
Many books possess an evil character, a villain, however the villain normally helps to improve the story and create a depth to the plot. In the work Of Mice and Men, the author John Steinbeck uses the character Curley to show that violence is never the answer. When introduced to anyone new, Curley has to threaten them, because he needs to showcase his role of leadership in the group. However if he showed them kindness instead, people wouldn’t see him as an angry person. For example, Candy warns George to distance himself from Curley, because he has a nasty temper and loves beating up big guys because he is not big.
I was in a classroom working on 2nd grade games. The games I presented were I-spy and top-it. I had just a few students with their families in my room. Presenting and discussing the games with the families benefited the child and the parent to play these fun and easy games at home. In my last rotation the students were hard to manage because each of them were going at their own pace playing the games.
Anime and its subculture is important to study because this particular subculture reflects where our entertainment videos and televisions is expanding to. Anime has this power to connect to all different categories of people, including those who have been passed over by society their whole lives. Anime, which is hand-drawn or computer animation associated with Japan, has an effect on people that might have previously been looked over by other well known subcultures. Young children, sometimes, have a television show that has
Technology has made us see the world at a different angle. Most children now play xbox for hours on end shooting zombies, stealing cars and talking to people online through a live account instead of enjoying the outdoors and playing in the mud and adults are just as guilty. We spend countless hours scrolling through Facebook or Twitter liking everything we see from coworkers or family and hardly look up to see the world as it is. Technology is nice, we can learn things quickly about worldwide events and news taking place or being able to video chat long distance family members but it has become a