To start off with, kids want to win. If they are serious about winning then they will work as hard as possible to win. When kids lose it makes them work even harder so that next time they can win. Whenever you have friendly competition between two or more kids it makes them strive to be better at each other. If it is competition in the classroom, it could cause them to study more and improve their grades.
In the book Real Boys” there is a boy named Adam. He goes to a school where he gets bullied and no one likes him. He has never told his mom that he is getting bullied at school until he comes home with a black eye. He keeps everything to himself, doesn’t even tell his mom. He once had a good grade before he started to get bullied his mom was so worried about him and his grade.
Students would believe this since they may feel that their teachers may give them so much homework with such a little time period. Some might even have sports events of other school related things that may not give them much to any time to do their homework. As this does seem like a problem, teens should work this out with their teachers rather than going against what their teachers would want. In other cases, students also say that they feel the need to cheat because teachers and students have high expectations for them and want them to get good grades, putting too much pressure on them. “Well-intentioned parents who want their children to be successful in school can place so much pressure on the kids that they resort to cheating” (American federation of teachers).
Bad Boy is a book about a boy named Walter Dean Meyers, he was quick-tempered and physically strong, always ready for a fight. Walter also had an outstanding vocabulary and loved to read he would got to the library and check out books and put them in a brown paper bag to avoid being teased by the other boys. He grew up in a poor family in Harlem, and he was affected by racism that was going on in his town. With that being said he began to doubt himself and starting skipping high school, and turned to the streets and his books for
The Bad Kids uses an assortment of techniques to create a way to get the viewer emotional involved in the story. The techniques involved in the film are shots of the weather, the way voice overs are used, and the overall structure of each child’s conflict. The director’s purpose in using these techniques is to get the viewer to see that these kids, who have had a hard life, are largely victims of the circumstances that they were born into. These kids are just a few in a country and world where millions of kids are written off as “bad kids” that have nothing to offer to the world. The director shows that they have a story behind that label and that their stories continue even have people have written them off.
Boys make sides or teams as kids, singling out the ones that are not as fast or as fun as the others. When this happens, they make believe that the other kid is somehow different. In effect, making the other child sad or angry. Leading to the third and final example, aggression. Once a boy has reached a certain age, they will normally stop crying when things don’t go their way.
Parents try to encourage their kids to stay away from alcohol and violence in school. This book uses bad references to the bible many students are Christians and may feel uncomfortable about talking like this in class. Grand Parkways Youth minister said “We want children to go after God and encourage them that what you put in your heart and mind is what comes out. Reading about talking about ripping pages out of the bible (as they do in the Fahrenheit 451) may influence students to get the wrong image on religion. It is wrong for a school to encourage kids to read a book about something they do not believe
They want the teens to be out of trouble. They also want to help them with have a set schedule and not be out too late so they can rest for school the next day. It can also be for them to be responsible with the rules that are given to them. Teens who tends to have a curfew are they ones who stay out of trouble because they have rules they follow. Teens who don’t have rules are they ones who stay out late to cause trouble because there’s no one to tell them otherwise.
The Good and The Bad Patrick Verona from “10 Things I Hate About You” (1999) and Landon Carter from “A Walk to Remember” (2002) are a few of the movie bad boys who have managed to have a change of heart after meeting girls who changed their lives. These movie bad boys have captured the hearts of their onscreen lovers and the hearts of many viewers. The explanation for the attraction and the dating of bad boys are associated to certain psychosocial concepts namely the Dark Triad Personalities, Game Changer Concept, Familiarity Concept and Alpha Concept. The term “bad boy”, as defined in Oxford Dictionaries, refers to “a man who does not conform to approved standards of behavior, especially in a particular sphere of activity.” Bad can be defined by the way they react towards others, the way they present themselves, how they act, how they think and what they do. Despite the fact that they may not be conforming to such socially accepted