Acceptance, a basic principle taught at a young age. Also one of the many things James Hurst's “The Scarlet Ibis” symbolizes. We are all taught acceptance is a good thing, we are told we deserve it, and we are told we should not only seek it from others, but also give it to others. Yet, even after the bountiful lessons on acceptance, there are people who do not have the luxury of being accepted.A perfect example of one of those people is Doodle. Although Doodle is accepted by his mom, and dad, he does not acknowledge it.
There’s still hope for the Millennials even though they have a lot to fix with this country. Bosworth argues that even though millennials are “screwed” starting their life that there is still hope for them to be successful. He talks about how the government is already in debt, how the school systems are failing and how government officials can’t agree on anything. The United States has a very poor educational system for K-12th grade but, the coming generations are becoming more technologically inclined then passed generations. Bosworth speaks very informally throughout the speech making him more relatable to by younger people who often talk informally.
My first thought when I think of JROTC are; responsibility,teamwork,and leadership. A lot of people think JROTC is bad and think they wouldn’t like the class but as the years or days go on some start to like the class.The purpose of JROTC is to motivate young people to be better citizen.JROTC can teach you a lot throughout like such as responsibility and leadership.I personally think JROTC is to educate high schoolers and other young people in the world.I think JROTC can help people that have bad attitude/temper get their life on the right track. The United States Army Junior Reserve Officers ' Training Corps (JROTC) came into being with the passage of the National Defense Act of 1916. Under the provisions of the Act, high schools were authorized the loan of federal military equipment and the assignment of active duty
Dewey and Adams’ writings are about to different things, but in some aspects they both share similarities. Dewey writes about the pros and cons of traditional and progressive teaching, not taking a personal stance on either. Adams on the other hand talks about how public schools is the greatest savior of the immigrant district, and that without school the immigrants would face trouble with the law and family matters in the future. What Dewey and Adams both agree is that education is most important for the youth. After reading Dewey’s writing I believe that traditional and progressive education can be beneficial but only at a certain age.
It is something in the past and Americans should be proud of how far they have come. Learning only good side of history does not educate the young ones and lead them to be patriotic, rather, understanding the hardships of the lost ones and learning the struggle people had to go through in order to get to where they are now is going to work wonders in helping youngsters choose the right path. It is inexcusable to hold back information for financial gain. Alteration to the events of the past and learning about them later will only infuriate the readers and believers. Term like “Gilded Age” was completely new to me, as I had no idea about what had actually transpired during that time period.
In this fast moving world who does not want to get success? Success is something which everybody wants to achieve, but not everybody can achieve it because they do not know how to get success. To get success one should take some decisions, one should also know what he/she wants to accomplish to get the ultimate results. It is the key to success for an individual as well as for the nation and without this feature people cannot be able to capture the success. Education is not limited to books only but it also teaches us the way of life, dignity and respect of people, fundamental rights of people and gives us the concept of equality.
When beginning a new challenge, I am not one to immediately stand out among the crowd. Being misplaced into the middle of my parents divorce—from a young age—taught me to remain silent. Moving schools twice taught me that at first you are better off standing on the sidelines, but growing up taught me that all of these were God’s gifts to me, and I am a great person today because of it. I may have a shy tendency, but this is not out of fear for the unknown. On the contrary, the unknown excites me.
Finding out how cruel society is at a young age is a lot to take in but gives so much in return. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, two characters Jem and Scout learn many valuable lessons that do not necessarily come from school education. Throughout the book, valuable lessons Jem and Scout learn are more found in real-life rather than in a school atmosphere. The school life of Jem and Scout is not mentioned in the book that much, but from the scenes they are mentioned, seems to the reader that the school is protecting them and holds them back. In real-life, Scout and Jem are revealed to court cases, racism, murder, and etc.
The movie, Freedom Writers did a very good job displaying the poor education system that was changing the lives of students already barely surviving in the violence and gangs. The use of the comparison of visuals what something the producers seemed to commonly use. The comparison of good to poor school materials was agonizing to see, especially with a up-close shot to Mrs. Gruwell trying to keep a smile on her face. Children are the future of our world, but many still will disown kids that aren 't the same ethnic background. Realizing this was essential, and luckily Erin Gruwell was able to do it and ultimately save her kids lives.
However, it is important to note the effect comic like the Watchman can have in the end. This is because if many comic picked the trend and deconstruction notion portrayed in the Watchmen, eventually after decades the hero narrative can be deconstructed because young children can pick the concept portrayed in the books and movies and drop that demonstrate heroes as weak and inadequate in solving human problems. Once the heroes are presented as weak and inadequate, nobody would want to associate themselves with people that are not valuable to the society. The traditional concept and presentation of the hero portray an individual or beings above humanity, who rises above humanity to save them. Therefore, once these beings or individuals are deconstructed to the useless and weak character the importance of the hero can diminish leading to a post-heroic age.