I’d also tell them not to bully back because that would make everything worse, and he/she would also become a bully. Telling an adult is only when it gets serious, for she/he should first try to solve the problem. I’d also tell him/her to not let the bully know that she is upset, because that may result in the bully trying to tease her more, breaking her/him down. When I first acknowledged this as an abusive one was when I first learned that these acts were really considered ‘bullying’. I had always thought that it wasn’t, and that it was just them being mean.
As Cassio leaves and Othello enters, Othello asks Iago if it was Cassio who had just left the company of Desdemona; Cassio responds: “Cassio, my lord? No, sure, I cannot think it that he would steal away so guiltylike [sic], seeing your coming”(III.III.41-43). (4.) In this display of intelligence, Iago is cleverly using reverse psychology to plant a very small, but still present, thought that maybe Cassio is having an affair with Desdemona. This is especially important as it kick-starts the rest of the plan of revenge.
This has outraged many people across america and they decided enough was enough. They want to challenge the second amendment, and put stricter gun laws in place to help prevent more mass shootings. So schools and students decided to work together to design a day for students to protest. They decide a walk out on a certain day at a certain time would suffice.This however created a problem of if you stay in school you 're pro guns and if you leave you’re anti-gun this caused problems. Many did not like the idea of picking sides in an issue that is very complex.
This is important because it shows how the Lairs are listing to the aunts to see if they can stop them from arguing. The Liars come up with a plan to stop the aunts from arguing. They were going to burn the house that the aunts wanted down. But the plan didn 't turn out to happen the way they thought it was. The book says “Gat, Johnny, Mirren, and me.
One of the disadvantages would be the risk ran if a student got hold of a gun that a teacher was supposed to have in a secured spot or location. According to www.debate.org, they say, “ if the teachers keep it somewhere easily accessible, a student could take it and shoot up the school.” This is very true, sometimes kids aren’t as dependable or trustworthy as adults think they are. It only takes one unstable kid to kill tens of hundreds of his/her classmates. Also, according to www.debate.org, they said, “What if children are too scared to go to school, because of guns?” Well, there's no telling how students will truly react to guns at school, until it is tried. But, this point is true.
The people in these books deem the sacrifice necessary and end up making the world a darker place by make it okay to kill others. Others sacrifice morals and some members of the community. Even though some might think that children don’t have morals, but morals are a key value every person everyone has. Values are what people find acceptable. In The Veldt, Wendy and Parker sacrifice their morals by replacing their parents with an object and by deeming it acceptable to harm their parents.
Many argue that the ALICE response program just exposes students to things situations that will cause unnecessary stress and fear. During the training, students are taught how to handle a situation where they is an armed intruder in their school. Many parents do not want these drills in place because they “don’t want to expose their young children to such discussions of violence” (Blad). The whole idea of a intruder coming into schools and trying to harm them is very scary, especially when your school is going over in detail how to defend yourself in a situation because the training can make it seem much more likely to occur. The training makes this situation seem much more real, which causes students to be scared and worried when they come to school because they may think they will be shot.
Even though you could say they knew about the consequences (as evidenced by Macbeth’s considering why it is wrong and wondering what would happen if they fail), so they weren’t blinded by their ambition, this is untrue because they were blind in the sense that they could not judge well the pros and cons of killing Duncan and could perceive correctly. This proves that whenever given the opportunity to do well, we should always think about the consequences on what could happen if we go too far. We need to look at it from every angle and ask ourselves “Is it really ok to cheat or am I overzealous? How is this going to end? Am I really doing what is right?” It’s important to aspire and be determined, but we need to make sure we are not blinded by our ambition, because even if we think we are seeing clearly now, hindsight is 20-20.
They don’t see that the teacher could have just been trying to help them become better. They could also think that the teacher doesn’t like them and they won’t want to have that teacher anymore. If one student is called out they could automatically think “If the world think I am wrong, I will be wrong and solve this so they are right”
This crime is a plan to destroy, “separates it from other crimes of humanity such as ethnic cleansing, which aims at forcibly expelling a group from a geographic area (by killing, forced deportation and other methods” (History). As Lemkin descried genocide, he stated that it has two phases. The first phase is the “destruction of the national pattern of the oppressed group, the other, the imposition of the national pattern of the oppressor” (Ficthelberg, 139.) This crime to me could be potentially seen as almost a business plan. The introduction of the plan, which is to destroy a group of people.
"Luckily I was scared into doing something" as The Great Prey says. I would think you would not want to be scared into doing something but maybe it would help in certain circumstances. Having fear makes the experience personal and makes people realize they need to be aware with some changes they need to make in their lives. In my opinion appeals to fear are the best motivation. Appeals to fear should make people want to change their life around.
Sometimes it is best to understand the law first before obeying it. When one thinks a law is unjust, they will go out of their way to go against it and do something about it. At a certain point, one doesn’t have to act accordingly to what they don’t believe in, but they can’t do whatever pleases them. There has been many controversies involving the act of non violence civil disobedience. Although most feel like breaking an unjust law might be the best solution to what they think is right, in reality, I agree to the fact that people are afraid to face the consequences that are given after their actions.
I feel that if the school board wanted to take away after school sports, I would have people join toghter so the school board would not be able to take away after school sports. So in the end, that is why if the school board took away after school sports it would be a bad