In “The Breakfast club” the group exemplifies the group dynamic in society by showing that everyone is different and that people tend to stick to their own kind. They become an in group by bonding together in saturday detention, even though they're all completely different. Throughout the film, they all start to connect to each other and all their identities change from not being all about themselves. All of them start to click to each other and realize that they can be friends. The Breakfast club is a group of students in a saturday detention that are all different from each other.
I currently play volleyball and basketball as well as soccer in the past but would be happy to teach any sport or activity. Sports helped me interact with other people as mentioned in the summer camp situation and just having knowledge or performing well in sports would help with interacting with other people. Although physical education is often overlooked by more “important” subjects such as the 4 core classes, I believe that it provides a different type of knowledge and it helps with making friends by finding a common discussion topic. Team sports also teaches teamwork and leadership skills and forces them to work together to achieve a goal and personally, I think that is a more important skill to learn rather than focus on an individual standpoint. Outside of sports, learning how to cooperate and work together with others would be extremely important and would also help you in learning as group work or seeking help with homework from others would involve using these skills.
It can go from a simple dinner with them to a game that you can play at home. If you are into outside activities, you can also try a simple walk at the park or a more adventurous mountain climbing. It does not matter what activity you do with your family. What’s important is that you find every opportunity to do it with them. When it comes to our friends, spending time with them can be considered as a stress reliever and a way to combat boredom.
In addition, young children show us various characteristics depending on situation or peers. Observing and sometimes supporting the interaction between children are so interesting although I always have to have attention to them. If I need to choose a specific age range, I would like to work with young children in the
Each bag contained a different number of Skittles. During the exercise different opportunities would be presented and if the students wished to take advantage of those opportunities, they had to consume a certain number of Skittles. The point of the exercise was to show that each person is born with certain advantages and disadvantages. They all seemed to really enjoy the exercise. During our discussion period they spoke to the fact that it helped them to realize some people started off with less than others and that “it wasn’t
Reflect on what types of groups you have been a part of and what your experiences were working in these groups. I have been involved in a variety of groups. Some of these include the group of people I work with for my job; groups of people involved in university and school projects; younger people that I tutor; volunteer groups and science camp groups. I love interacting with people, so I usually have a great time in group situations (and like to think other people have a great time too). However, I have experienced some negative aspects of group work in university where people didn’t pull their weight or didn’t complete work at all/on time.
Children, like Tira Ockamato, spend her school days with early mornings, caffeine, tiredness in class, dance, a quick dinner, and homework till midnight (Abeles 34-5). Tira spends almost all her time on her studies and has little time to spend with friends and family, but during the summer she has the opportunity to spend her time with friends rather than studying into the morning. The lack of time with friends and family was also noticed by the author Vicki Abeles in her own life. Family time was lost in busy schedules due to schoolwork and extracurricular activities. Abeles found that her children barely had time just to be children, while she and her husband were ¨too busy being chauffeurs, homework wardens, and musical taskmasters¨(Abelles 2).
Class starts exactly at 8 and the second I got there I already recognized 2 of my buddies and 5 other McKinley students. Instantly I could tell this wasn't going to be that bad. I came to this class with a goal of getting an A and 3 days in, I finish quarter one of algebra and the teacher made me a math tutor along with some other kids. Math class was easy after words from then on. Once or twice a week during the summer I would go out, watch a movie or go eat with some friends and that was mainly my entire summer.
On October 10th, I visited the Palmer Museum of Art and made an observation on how this space is being used. I walked to the museum at 3:00 P.M. and did not anticipate many visitors there because it was a homecoming weekend. At first, I expected less than ten people would visit the museum. However, there were around fifteen to twenty people there. Most of them were adults, but some of them were teenagers who seem to stop by after the football game.
If I were to hold my own section of little seminar, I would also instate this theme. Game shows are fun, relaxing, and bring everyone closer together. This form of entertainment typically includes silly elements that are bound to encourage laughter and fun. Game show games often require more effort, but do not induce the stress that some more competitive games can sometimes cause. A challenge faced with this theme could be the student’s unwillingness to be active.
I asked several open-ended questions and closed-ended questions, as well as used other verbal statements to show empathy to the “client”. Future Goals I am hoping to really work on this particular competency in the future. I feel that while I engage well, at times I can be nervous before hand. I want to engage with clients, as well as other entities, more so that I can become less nervous and more adept at my interpersonal skills. I am hoping to improve this competency at my next field placement at St. Ann’s Community.
Inviting and play players during the session is a great way to develop a stable relationship with the player. To invite the desired player, go to the recent players from the menus, go to their gamercard, and select "invite to a game". Out of my experiance, it helps that you play along with a peer just to avert diffucult challenges ands match wins. Also, you 'll help the player to avoid struggles that he or she dealing independantly. In conclusion, picking a game of your choice to play online, chatting or texting, and/or invite players to your game session are the fundimentals to create friendships.
So at lunch time, when I was sitting with my athletic friends, I would see one of my geeky friends sitting by themselves, so I would tell him to come and sit and eat lunch with me. My friends noticed that I was bringing "losers" to hangout with them at lunch and after school. My friends kept on telling me that I was starting to make them
It started out as a competitive team, but ended up as a casual based team. We recruited and played games with friends, family, and strangers who just wanted to have fun or play competitively. There are different categories or “Sub genres” within the community. We had players who edit videos and post them on YouTube. We have other members who participate in competitive gaming leagues.
As a leader, he/she should know how to communicate with the decision makers as well as with the families of the students, and his/her faculty and staff. With the growing diversity of students within our school and community, as an educational leader I will need to be able to understand the relationship between social justice, school culture, and the community. I will determine what opportunities are available within our community, discuss with the stakeholders our beliefs, perceptions, and attitudes that will shape and influence the way our school will be run. I will have to learn how to recognize the differences of