Teens can relate to the dystopian movie “The Maze Runner” because, in this movie the main characters are teens, so that can make this movie more appealing and relatable to them. Another reason is that they are trapped somewhere and they have to work together to find a way out, some teens could relate this to their lives because sometimes you are caught in difficult situations that forces you to work together with other to accomplish your goal and accomplish the situation, just like in “The Maze Runner”. Additionally, in this movie everyone takes care of everyone, and everyone does jobs so everyone can survive. So teens might relate to this because, some people are in groups or in the home lives or anything where they have to help others and do whatever it takes to make sure they're doing their part. Consequently, I think these are some ways that teens find this dystopian movie appealing and relatable to their modern day
Some teens don’t always tell the doctor everything because they know the moment they tell something their parents will know. Teens have the same rights as adults. So why can’t they be treated as one when it comes down to helping them make the right choice when they need to be aware of what surrounds them. Making teens immune to responsibility can cause a lot of damage when they become adults. this is why I think teens should not need any parental consent from their parents when it comes to
He knows that he is quicker minded than the rest of his brothers, “It was not that the learning was too hard…. the learning was too easy” (21). Thus, he is trying to achieve his full potential as an individual after being suppressed for so long. Furthermore, he wants to be recognized by the House of Scholars and join them in scientific discovery. He has always wanted to join the House of Scholars and discover the world around him, “We think there are mysteries in the sky…water...plants… We loved the science of things,” Now, being assigned as a street sweeper, he is not satisfied with the job he has been given, and Equality is looking for other creative outlets to express himself.
Also both stories there was one kid that wanted to change everything and they worked long and hard to achieve the right thing for the people. Now you can see how both The Lorax and Anthem can relate to a teens life and some of the similarities between the two. Teens like these movies because it relate to their home lives and it is something they can relate to any other time. Also Anthem showed if you work for something the best will somehow will work for you. In The Lorax the boy showed if you believe in something than stick with it and don't give up.
They have been really popular with teenagers for a plethora of reasons.Dystopian literature with an new addition of films are a very new trend, an example would be the novel Anthem which is a book about wanting to be an individual person and that it is good. The Giver gives an example of how getting away from society can be helpful, both are great examples of not knowing what his or hers future has instore for them. In the novel the society is as one and all of mankind is a collective group and there are no individuals, eventually one man decides to go off the beaten path and do things for his own benefit and not for the collective of men. In the book while Equality 7-2521 is writing in his cave he describes what his world his and how there is no one person or individual group. ”We are one in all and all in one.
Someone who looked just like him wouldn’t reject him because they would be able to understand each other, and they could both live happily. Finally, Victor owes happiness to his creation. He did not ask to be created, and he was given a rude introduction to the world. For this, Frankenstein’s monster sees his “father,” Victor, as a cruel father. Victor could prove to his creation that he is a good parent by making him a companion, by making him content with living.
If people are constantly operating unconsciously and only ever taking what they see face value then they are not relating or understanding others; even more what they are thinking about other’s is stereotypical and possibly hurtful. Often people do make these dispositional attributions; or attribute someone’s behavior to their internal state such as their personality, attitude, or character (textbook, p.85). This can
another thing they say is you're weird learn how to act properly. Also the way a person talks if they have accents and someone might keep saying I understand you, speak clearly. This can affect others because they start feeling like if they are not enough and that they should change the way they are and also their cultured too. Another impact is that they might commit suicide so they do not get discriminated any more. This is the reason why we should accept people, no matter their race or how they look, therefore, people tend to commit suicide in situation in situations they should not because many people ignorances does not
Some people believe books should not be banned in schools/libraries but just because you do not like it does not mean it should be taken away, that is the authors freedom of speech. Also, some say that you should not be exposing bad behavior or language to students but in reality they hear and see these things everyday, and by banning a book, that is not protecting them. Writers have the freedom to write whatever they want and that is a part of the First Amendment, so why banned their book? “The First Amendment allows individuals to speak, publish, read and view what they wish, worship (or not worship) as they wish, associate with
Keeping valued information, or keeping the outside world from the public is called censorship. Censorship varies on the levels of helpful to harmful. From keeping kids away from bad influences to the government not telling citizens where troops are located, censorship will continue affecting generations to come. Censorship, used by those in power to protect or control a society or group, leads to removing potential trauma to children, threatens anyone who opposes, and takes away rights. Censorship can be used to protect others like when a parent doesn 't let their children watch or read something.
For instance, the use of censorship in public and media can be displayed a positive factors. Censorship is use to avoid corruption of younger generation and censoring anti-government contents can provide stability to the society. Certain topics can be exposed to young minds before they 're even old enough to understand. While the mass media can stir the emotion of the public about topics harder to comprehend. People believe the government purpose for this is to avoid losing the support of the people due to untrue or exaggerated accusations made by the anti-government groups without censorship are creates questions.
Benefits of Participation Trophies Participation Trophies and Their Benefits Derek Lewis Pierpont Community and Technical College Participation Trophies and Their Benefits Participation trophies are both loved and hated. However, they are beneficial to kids in many ways. Some people do not like them because they think that they are rewarding kids for nothing. In life, structure is needed, and especially in children. It is very important that these kids get introduced to structure as soon as possible, so they can get used to have a well-rounded life.
Others believe that we should get rid of it because if humans make these mistakes you will be label to harshly for what you have done. Its as simple as if you don 't do the crime you won 't do the time. The
This is when your most mature and know the meaning and value of life. Now, that’s no reason a seventeen year old or fourteen year old should commit a crime due to maturity of the brain, but its logical. Kid or even teenager brains may not have self control and desirable behaviors (“Young Offenders…”). Kids do before they think, which explains why a lot of them apologize after the fact. In reality it’s too late, but to a kid they believe they should be forgave.
One example is when he realized the people he considered friends were making fun of him. ‘’’…now I know what it means to pull a Charlie Gordon I’m ashamed…’’’ Although they were the ones being mean to him he still respected them and helped them learn new things. Furthermore Charlie was better off after the surgery because he had a chance