There is a lot of problems in junior's life. Junior gets bullied a lot, and he has to worry about his family dying from alcohol poisoning. There is a couple of good things that happen in Junior’s life. He gets on the basketball team and he gets a girlfriend. There is a lot of ways that junior can get the anger out from getting bullied. Junior gets bullied a lot because he goes to a white school, he's indian, and he is very
This novel portrays how violence leaves physical and emotional scars. SE Hilton explores the effect of living in a place where a teenager can't even walk home by himself and where fear is the foremost emotion. Gang violence, shooting, stabbing, ignorance etc are examples of violence illustrated in the novel. I will explore the theme of violence through characters such as Johnny,Dally and Bob and analyse the emotional and physical damage caused by the violence in this novel. These characters inflict and/or suffer from physical, emotional and verbal violence.
There are many example of what it mean to be human. It is natural to feel the desire to fit in with a group that is considered to be “normal”, but it can also be very damaging when people are always saying that you 're not. As people grow up they form their own opinions based on their experience. Junior is a Native American teenage who lives on an Indian reservation with him mother, father and sister. Junior sees himself as a poor Indian kid that is trying to change his fate. He decides to go to school off the reservation, to Reardan high school in order to seek a better life. It is again, a part of human nature to have the desire to fit in. Throughout the novel the authors shows how one 's opinions about themselves can alter due to other’s opinions on them.
The hispanic girl was just fourteen years old when things came crashing down on her. Depression seemed harder than everyone in her life made it seem, but for her it was like a thousand pound weight holding her body down in the middle of her own personal ocean with no one around to help her. It was like she was afraid to cry because it would only make her ocean rise and drown her quicker.
Jahafraka responded well to the intervention Jahafrak continues to make progress towards his goals. Jahafrak stated, being punished, being hit, yelling, being teased, being talked about in a negative way and being singled out. Jahafraka stated, privileges taken away, suspension from school, not being able to go outside, and cell phone been taken away. Jahafraka completed the worksheet. Jahafraka stated that he got angry at his grandmother a few days ago when he was asked to come inside. Jahafrak stated that he punch the wall because he was angry that he had to stop playing with his friends. Jahafraka completed the worksheets. Jahafraka stated, making threats, yelling, using profanity fighting, refusing to do things and saying negative things.
Jeremy would not listen to his parents. His dad told him to quit the band,and he did not quit. Jeremy does not care about what his parents are telling him about being realistic with life choices. He told his parents that he is quitting school to go and work with the band,so they can live one day. Jeremy does not want to do school because he thinks it’s a waste of time. His mother wants him to focus on getting good grades. His dad does not
He showed an adequate effort to participate in the session. Rapport was established and adequately maintained throughout the duration of the session. Char’darius stated that his day was going well. He reported that he enjoyed the sessions with the MHP. His foster mother reported that his behavior was improving. She stated that she was thankful for the sessions. She mentioned that she wants her sons to make good grades this school year. Char’darius stated that he thinks he can earn good grades if he focuses more on school. He mentioned that he still struggle in some areas as it relates to school. He stated that he hopes to build meaningful relationships with his peers this school year. Char’darius informed the MHP that he mother purchased him some shoes for school. His mother stated that she needs assistance with purchasing his school clothes. Char’darius communicated to the MHP that he plans to maintain honor status this school year. He stated that he will take ownership of his academic performance. He informed the MHP that his study habits were getting better. He mentioned that he is going to start back studying with his brother. Char’darius conveyed a positive attitude towards the strategies to improve his study skills. He appeared to enjoy learning about the different test-taking strategies. Char’darius stated that he plans to continue preparing for school this
Surreptitiously and quietly, the posted sentries at the main entrance leading to the Dweller city of New Hope maintained their duties guarding it, keeping watch over any potential threats that may arise from beyond the entrance at any time. From the balcony that stood directly above the steel gates of the main entrance, the Dweller city guard had managed to place a small barrier of sandbags with an additional sentry gun turret, consisting of twin mounted MG42 machine guns. Even further behind the sandbags and sentry turret emplacement was a table, with two G43 semi-automatic rifles leaning on the table. Seated around the table, there were three Dwellers: two Dwellers who were part of New Hope’s city guard, and the Silent Orphan, the leader
Roberto is in the leadership committee. Some fun facts about Roberto is that he cannot live without Chinese food or burgers. If he could go anywhere in the world, he would travel to England or Spain. Roberto 's advice to future seniors is to, "act like adults once you start school". If Roberto was to start high school again, he would have learned to drive sooner and would have been more talkative. Since freshman year, Roberto has grown up mentally and his attitude has changed. His favorite high school memory is, "the snowboarding trip and just the feel of being on the mountain on a board and going down the mountain." He is proud to have been given two awards his freshman year, one for psychology and another for language arts. Roberto’s plans after high school are to attend CU Denver to study architecture.
classmates always would leave no occasion where a mockery was due. This made Jay’s life a
In beginning, this study will compare the captivity narrative of Mary Rowlandson and Mary Jemison. These narratives of Indian captivity in the mid-17th century provide a way to understand the methods that both women employed to survive. The first similarity between these two women is related to their Protestant background, which was a normative part of colonial life in New England during this historical period. In this manner, Rowlandson utilizes the religious tenets of practical religious belief to define her captivity with the Indians: “Life-mercies are heart-affecting-mercies: of great impression and force, and to enlarge pious hearts in praises of God” (Rowlandson 10). This is also evident in the Protestant upbringing of Mary Jemison, which defines the foundations of their original cultural heritage that is shared in these capacity narratives: “For it was the daily practice of my father, morning and evening, to attend, in his family; to the worship of God” (Jemison 130). These are important cultural similarities about Rowlandson and Jemison protestant
What will happen when Monessa the superhero falls in love with JC of Manhattan? Will she still have her beloved powers or will they disappear for good? Monessa is a 17 year old girl. She just found out last year on her 16th birthday that she enables superpowers. Her superpowers are that she can fly, turn invisible, and she has super human strength. The only downfall about being a superhero with these amazing powers is that she can’t reveal to anyone that she has powers or she will lose them. So, she wears an all-black costume that covers her from head to toe. She has black heeled boots and is dressed in a skin tight black suit. Whenever people see her, they call her Batwoman. One day in school she sees the most handsome boy ever. What she doesn’t know is that this boy, JC of Manhattan, is going to take a big toll on Monessa and her powers.
Laziness is people’s natural instincts, that’s the reasons people prefer to read comic books than purely prose narration, they are easier to be understood. Artie uses animals to caricature the situation of Jews’ during WWII. These information are based on his father’s experiences. The main characters are Jewish, German, Polishes, and Americans. All of them are represented in different animals. Why this form of storytelling is more successful than a purely prose narration? He uses animals to represent different countries. These animals’ natural characteristics, symbolic characteristics, physical appearance, and allegorical effectiveness are similar to those countries’ situation and roles.
According to Vygotsky, he believed that part of the creative process was being aware of one’s and other’s personal experience and how that makes a person feel. Then, when art captures that emotion it does not mean that emotion for the artist will automatically be experienced by all, but everyone internalizes it based on their own personal experiences, feelings and where they are from. Then externalization comes from taking an internalization and making sense of it by taking a look at feelings, thoughts, images, symbols, etc. as they come together to create something. An example I have to represent this is when I was in the process of trying to choreograph my first dance for my senior showcase piece. The internalization I experienced was the
Stage Directions: Have Yosaku/Aidan check on the girl with the cloth and then shake Yosaku/Aidan.