Sure you can try I did, but my worldview kept bringing me back. You can try to change who you are but you can't change your past experiences and emotions. So therefore my worldview changes and I rightfully think it should. My worldview is based off of strong morals and beliefs, but also an understanding of difference.
I believe the lesson the author, Harper Lee, is trying to teach is that unlike Mayella, we need to take responsibility for our actions. We should not allow other people to suffer consequences due to our own actions on other people like Mayella did to
I feel like I should not have kept her secret and should have consulted an adult right away. Although my decision to keep her secret proved that I was a loyal friend, it was not a wise decision. If I had spoken to someone else, my friend's depression would have been treated while it faster. If my friend chose not to seek help when she did, she may not be alive today. This crucible proved to be a true challenge of my ability to make a wise decision.
If I were to ignore this core value of respect, I would not be a good role model for my pupils. They might think that since I do not value respect, it would also be 'okay' for them to do so, and thus it might result in them behaving badly and disrespecting their classmates, their teachers, and even their family members. Respect is the foundation of a good and trusting relationship, and since I want my pupils and their parents to trust me, I should treat them with respect for them to learn that it is a valuable moral necessary for good
In the novel, Scout is a tomboy and because she does not have a mother as she is dead so she doesn’t really have any female influence growing up. Scout looks up to Jem and wants to be like him. One day, Jem says, “I declare to the Lord you’re gettin’ more like a girl every day!”(69). Scout is outraged by this and takes the word as an insult. Also, in Maycomb females should be wearing dresses and acting lady-like, nevertheless Scout likes to wear overalls and play with Jem and Dill which can be seen as very un-ladylike.
She believes that “house is not the same for a woman. She is not someone who walks into the house, to make use of it, and will walk out again. She is the house; there is no separation possible” (2), which Munroe upbraids about in her story using the humor. When describing Mrs. Malley, the narrator assumes “she would have no children, the stress of her life, whatever it was, she did not allow it” (3). Some women in the 1960s and maybe the narrator also thought children as disrupters of life because they have to use their time for children, not
The symbols of life In the past women were expected by society to stay home and do the house work,take care of the kids and stay devoted to their husbands but then someone comes along and completely goes against those standards. This is exactly what Kate Chopins is trying to explain in the book The Awakening because she didn't like the expectations/standards that were put on women and when she wrote a book about it everyone thought that it was scandalous to the point to where it was banned. It was banned because during those times people didn't really think or even knew about what would happen in some marriages like cheating, or standards that were put on women. Through the book The Awakening there are many symbols that take a big part in the book in which they all goes a bigger meaning in the story
In The Handmaid’s Tale, this occurs frequently. The women of Gilead are not allowed to have a say or a voice directly in the way society is run. In the beginning, women are seen as normal human beings, who have less rights than men, and just go with the flow in life. They work, they do household duties, and allow themselves to be taken advantage of. As these women continue to be passive, this passiveness leads to their downfall, where they lose their rights.
Lily is much more serious and lady-like. Lily explains that she has to make her own clothes and fend for herself because T. Ray didn’t care about her or what she wore. “He did not care that I wore clothes I made for myself in home economics class, cotton print shirtwaists with crooked zippers and skirts hanging below my knees…,” (Lee 8). This quotation proves that Lily cares about her looks and wants to dress nicely, but T. Ray won’t buy her any clothes so she has to make them for herself. Lily and Scout are alike in many ways, but there are obvious differences in their
I believe this will be an ethical dilemma to deal. When my desire as the worker is to help the client work to the best of his/her interest and the need to respect his right to act in a way that the client feels best for him, may interfere with my job. Also, I consider confidentiality
I will refrain from any trouble and focus on school work. The second value says “I will embrace my responsibilities as a member of this community.” I will live by this value by growing up and taking responsibility for my actions. I will ensure that I am doing everything in my power to show that I am taking responsibility for my actions. No matter how the incident occurred I still broke the law and that was not acceptable.
My many years experience working in the Human Services field , I have learned to treat people the way I wanted to be treat , with respect and dignity . I have been the person to lead by example and pull my sleeve up when needed . Encouraging and motivate people to do better has always been my motivation.