Also in paragraph 5 it says”Leo was slow in reading, slow in numbers,slow in understanding nearly everything that passed before him in class. He had no friends. This shows that Charlie changed Leo because in the beginning, Leo was unhappy. But Charlie makes him happy now when he saw no way to be happy after being put in a different classroom away from his classmates. Another way Charlie changed Leo was in the middle, Leo brought Charlie in for a presentation for forest fire week and he connected and understood it better.
People start to question him and even though it is obvious he is not like them he isolates parts of his life to what is on the reservation and what is not. He does this by not telling anyone he poor and about his struggles to get to and from school. Even though Junior begins being isolated from everyone when he starts Reardan he eventually is accepted and loved by his
After the surgery, he wasn 't losing weight as quick as he wanted and he had back issues which prevented him from exercising. He was prescribed pain pills and started to abuse them, leading to extraordinary addiction to hand sanitizer. His addiction to hand sanitizer has severely impacted his life and caused him to start drinking as well. Joshua had little experience with AOD history before he had
Empathy, a value Atticus’s teachings are fundamentally based is the one value that seems to trouble Scout at the beginning of the book along with racism. (Lee pg:148) Fighting shows how immature and small minded a person is, Atticus is greatly against physical confrontation we know that because he even went ahead and said, “ I try my best to love everybody,” a value that he tries to pass down to his kids. (Lee pg:179) But Scout doesn’t seem to recognize that fighting isn’t the smart choice because she gets into fights quite frequently, sometimes without understanding what they were saying or fully knowing the phrases and what they meant, Scout troubled asked, “Atticus, what exactly is a nigger-lover?”(Lee pg:178). A topic she got into fights multiple times. She jumped on her younger cousin, Francis because he called her a nigger-lover.
For example, my cousin does not have block schedule at his school and he said that he never gets the one on one connections with his teacher and sometimes needs more time with the teacher. He also said that the teacher doesn't always have time to finish the whole subject, which puts them behind in class. This example shows that because of not having block schedule it give them limited time in class not being able to complete a full topic. This causes them to fall behind and their grades could eventually drop. This proposal is beneficial to both students and teachers.
Christopher is struggling with several conditions like autism and possibly Asperger’s, and the book gives a brief look on how his struggles affects his way of living. The characteristics of Christopher is his inability to understand others way of thinking. For instance, he cannot determine a person’s mood or feelings by their facial expression. The condition has made him very good in math and science but severely socially unequipped, and as a result has lead him to dislike social interaction. These conditions has generally
The majority of people think preps/jocks are meatheads who need the help of other to pass their classes and who cannot hold any type of intellectual conversations that do not consist of exercise or sports. Now a days the term jock is not often used, the term athlete is used to represent a person who are proficient in sports; they now are more intellectual due to the need to pass their classes to be allowed to participate in school functions. An intellectual is typically seen as the nerd and teacher's pet but in reality they are the quiet, to themselves type of individual. The goths/punks are seen as the depressed and misunderstood type but the fact is that they are the most creative bunch out of the two. They often use their sense of style to show their
They were fine before but have become sad and hopeless in the face of their isolation, rejection, and loneliness” (Ruiz 2). Being a college student has taken a toll on myself because I do not interact with people anymore. My daily routine consists of homework and trying to get things done throughout the day before having free-time which is rare. More often, I will try to remember to spend time with my family, but think it is not important which important part of my life
Perhaps, it had something to do with how much older kids used to tease him when he was younger. His aggressiveness got worse once we got into college. It did not help that he developed an addiction to alcohol. His vice got so bad that his parents stopped paying for his education since he no longer attended his classes. He lived in an apartment outside of campus and, without his parents’ financial support, he was unable to pay rent.
Introduction Ken is a student who has excellent academic results in his secondary life, due to this reason; he has a high expectation on his DSE result. But unfortunately he got a disappointed result and fails to enter the local university. When he get into the college, he keeps a distance with the secondary friends because of his sense of inferiority, moreover , he thinks he is superior than the student who studied in the college so he are not able to meet new friends in there. For instance, he feels so stressful about his academics results because he is strongly willing to get into the university as soon as possible. In the following paragraphs, I will identify what obvious problems Ken has and I will suggest some solution based on some theory.