Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new curriculum and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life. The reasons that suspension can affect these things is because whenever a student goes home because of being suspended they don’t actually think about what they’ve done, including the fact that the student doesn’t want to go to school in the first place. Suspension can affect the behavior the student has against another student because they may have caused them to commit the “crime”. Most kids who get suspended “joke around” talking about guns and shooting up the school, but the community doesn’t think this is safe because it’s causing more parents to worry about their child being at school when there could be a possible threat to shoot up a school. Most firemen and policemen are sending out special messages to parents to show their
Most teens have been bullied to the point that they have had to switch schools, some of these teens have become depressed because of these bullies. Some teens have become activists to stop bullying and boost other teens’ self esteems. No matter what the reason the bully is bullying for, whether it be race, disabilities, religion, or personalities, it is still a problem and it needs to go away. These activists for bullying have mostly become activists because they were bullied themselves. One of the activists is Molly Burke.
The only one of the boys that didn’t sign it though was Charlie “Nuanda” Dalton(you can say the most rebellious one) but he was expelled. The boys have a more strict teacher that replaces Keating, he walks in at the end and starts to gather his belongings. As he was leaving Todd screams like never before saying that they made everyone sign the contract and he didn’t want to and that he was a good teacher, etc. He feels guilty because he knew that the school was at fault. Keating responds with two of the most simple yet confirming words, “I know.” Todd had found his voice and used it for the right thing, exercising the thought of Carpe Diem.
I shuddered and cringed because that scene brought back memories of my high school days where chalks played a significant source of hardships for me. It was like seeing a typical teen movie as I was reading this part: a weird teacher being ridiculed by naughty kids, crumpled paper flying into someone's head and the popular kid punished. In this aspect the author was good since he was successful in making me picture out the scene vividly; however, it was, in my opinion, not original. There was a section in chapter six that got me confused for a moment: this was when the author was like discussing or commenting on hearing a noise without consciously being aware of it. This part was incongruent with the rest of the chapter and sounded like the author was talking to the reader.
Mr. Hillary is a 20 years old male who is deaf and dumb. He became a person who is deaf and dumb when he was 3 months old baby that cause by high fever. He had been bully by his classmate when he studied primary school, this lead him only believes his mother and do not like to communicate with other people. This lead him lack of social skill and the relationship between siblings are not intimate. His secondary school teacher, Ahmad Mali was inspired him to become an affirmative person and he also encouraged him to become a sociable people.
Cheating: A Thorn in our Lives According to an anonymous post on a website on August 2008, a first-year Forensic/Criminology student received back his midterm exam paper and he saw that he had gotten a low mark on it. His friend saw that he was sad so she told him a story about a person who changed the mark on one of their exams and got the professor to accept it. Despite him not wanting to do it, he was persuaded by his friend and he did it anyway. He soon then got caught cheating and his so called friend was nowhere to be found since she moved away somewhere and also changed contact number. He then had to face the music all by himself with no other explanation than his friend talking him into it.
He slowly eased up towards the idea of just ending it all until one day a student from his school told a teacher about what he was going through. Word went around the school that he had ratted out the bullies even though he didn’t. The bullies didn’t seem to like that because eye witness reports say that after the final bell rang the next day they took him into their truck and drove towards the old
Meanwhile, his divorced mother was very supportive and helped him to find the solution to his Tourette’s. Then, he got kicked out from his school as the teachers and the principal did not realize his Tourette sickness. Therefore, he got into another school and surprisingly the principal understood his syndrome. Lastly, he went on a journey how he got job interviews and a job in Mount View Elementary School. He struggled to defend his
Well I’ve witness it. When I was in Junior High School there was a girl who had been bullied at my school. She was threatened by a boy using a scissor until she cried. You might think that is not a bullying because he didn’t hurt her, but no you’re wrong and let me tell you why. Then what is bullying?
That house was located just crossing the street of the school, the No. 4 Federal Reforma Secondary School, were we studied. My dad told me that I was teased because my classmates were jealous of me, and that, in fact, those boys who bothered me were in love with me. I believed the first part, but not the second. All my teachers said "Let him be.