To Cady, Janice, and Damian the front stage is only the performance they have experienced, but when the four runs into each other at Janice’s work, the students see Ms. Norbury's backstage. Another example of dramaturgy in Mean Girls is Cady. Throughout the movie, Cady shows her front stage as being a plastic. She begins to care about her appearance, gossip, popularity, and boys and shows that side of her to the school, but behind closed doors, some of Cady's best friends are Janice and Damian which are considered to be losers. Behind closed doors Cady also loves math, is down to earth and does not care about her appearance.
I was told early into the semester by my professor Rogerio Zapata that we needed to write a six page essay on a regular meeting or a school board meeting. In fact in our first exam some of the questions were about the paper we needed to write. In addition Professor Zapata remained us every class to attend a meeting. As a high school student the first thing I did was to going ask my principle if she knew when the next school board meeting was going to be held. She give me great information and told me if I needed more about the meeting to go to the school website.
This was by far the most difficult challenge I faced in connecting with my students. While students became pretty eager to attend the FIG session throughout the semester, they were not as enthusiastic about doing things outside of the class. The first event I tried to organize was a study session in preparation for the first round of midterms. I chose a location that was very central to where many of them lived and on a day of the week that they said was best. Throughout the week, I constantly reminded them about the study group session, however, on the day of the event, I sadly only had two students attend.
I had a resume that I made for a high school class, so it was a start but it would not have gotten me passed the first round of reviews if I applied for a job where they had a lot of applicants. After the session, I went and completely redid my resume. I think I would now get an interview. I added a lot of new things like experience that include unpaid like my SAT in high school for our middle school agriculture classes.
I've always seen myself as a leader So,I was disappointed to know that In school when they were choosing the Posse Nomene they did not choose me. The Posse Scholarship is a four year scholarship for students who show leadership and accomplish to good grades. When I heard that I was not nominated by my school, my thoughts immediately turned to myself. Was I not a leader? I'm not just an activist fighting for what's right, this is how I am an activist, a feminist.
For instance, Sara is more assertive than I. She dedicated herself to become a seamstress at a young age and went to study at a gymnasium in France even though both went against the traditional roles of women. I, on the other hand, am usually passive when it comes to taking charge. In a way, if there is ever a chance for me to take on a challenge that could end up benefiting me, I would be hesitant to act. For example, I had a chance take all honor classes when I first moved to a new school but my cautious nature took over and I lost that chance to achieve more that year.
Curley 's wife is someone in the ranch who feels isolated from everyone and alone. When she is telling Lennie about her life before the ranch she explains, “Well, I wasn 't gonna stay no place where I couldn 't get nowhere or make something of myself,.... So I married Curley. Met him out the riverside dance palace that same night. ”(Steinbeck 88).
Sadie perceived that neither of them cared about the drawing, even though Wade was already 15, they were so busy focusing on their careers and life they didn’t seem to be bothered by it. It was a surprisingly pleasant day now, six days until Sadie’s birthday. Sadie, Adelyn, and Wade all attend Blackwater Community School and they all have the same classes together. Sadie calls a meeting at lunch where they can talk about what they are going to do this week. (The last week they have before the
I had enrolled my daughter in the School Aged Services. This facility allowed me to be able to drop my daughter off at 0530 and pick her up no later than 1730. Those are the hours that I had to drop her off. I was expected to do Physical Fitness Training in the morning at 0600 and I did not get off work in most cases until 1700.
Being a freshman in college is already hard enough, but joining a club is more of a push if you do not know many people at all . Lexcie Lewis was very anti social , had fews friends, and didn’t really care too much about joining clubs, because she felt she did not have the time to do so. In high school, Lexcie was always the quiet one that no one really new. She wasn’t so quiet, she just did not socialize with many. At home, she never went out and she was of a family person, she enjoyed staying home.
Also did a malala fund to help girls go to school. Malala was a teen activist before that happened. When she was ten, she blogs about herself under taliban rules. This conclude that Malala is a brave, inspiring, and helpful teen
Most ninth graders do not want to draw attention to themselves at school. This is why I even surprised myself that my freshman year I ran for treasurer of Key Club. Being Treasurer would not only mean that I was in charge of the money, but also that I would have to stand in front of an auditorium full of students and talk to them about upcoming events and dates. Just a few years earlier, I never would have had the courage to do this. I have come so far from who I used to be and it is all because of performing.
My mother was also homeless in another part of the state and it was already difficult to maintain contact with her, so moving to a random location in the world for eighteen months would mean I might not be able to talk to her at all. And to add to all that, I was in the beginning of a romantic relationship with one of my best friends; would he be there when I got back? Would I be missing out on a huge opportunity by staying home, or missing out on a great man by