Caused by these difference, character Junior grow up a lot. Firstly, these two schools are different in race, Wellpinit is an Indian school, and Reardon is a white people school. Junior was an Indian student, but he decided to go to Reardon high school. It affected Junior a lot. According to the chapter “Rowdy sings blue” in the novel “Worst
Yes, this film is a good, a wonderful film, and we can learn a lesson not only for the students, teachers, but also for the entire family. In this movie, if I’m a teacher I would not do the same things that Mr.Hundert done, he is a great and intelligent teacher but when he did gave Mr. Bell the position in that contest he made a wrong decision. And also Mr.Bell made a mistake too because he don’t want to lost himself, he don’t want to feel losing just like his father, so he cheated in that contest. In everyone’s life we can make a mistakes, we can make a wrong decisions for the sake of others, yes because of our wrong decisions, our mistakes we do hurt, but after all we realized that we were wrong and we learn a
Leadership Concept 3 (Moral Leadership): Moral leadership is about distinguishing right from wrong and doing right, seeking the just, the honest, the good, and the right conduct in achieving goals and fulfilling purpose. Throughout the movie, Coach Carter has demonstrated moral leadership by taking the responsibility to stand up for what is right. He forbade his players from using derogatory terms, and punished them for their arrogant behaviours towards their losing opponents. When he discovered that the players were not abiding by the terms of the contract he had implemented, he locked up the gym and sent all the players to the library to study, even though they had an important match coming up. Even when he was criticized and pressured by authority for his decision, he stood by his position as he believed in the importance of instilling the right values in his players.
Nobody should like losing. Competition teaches that losing is not okay. They also teach that one can grow and learn from losses and that losing is a part of life. They should teach that one should strive to win, and thus they should want to win more than lose in life. In The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, Arnold the main character is being interviewed by a sports reporter before the big game against Arnold's old school on the Spokane Indian reservation, Arnold is asked if he has anything to prove in this game, and he responds, "I have to prove that I am stronger than everybody else.
In the reservation, he feels isolation because he is highly intelligent and is above many of his peers. Since he is highly intelligent he decides that he wants to make a better life for himself and leave the reservation. He decides to go to Reardan where his isolation continues. He is now the only Indian in an all-white school. People start to question him and even though it is obvious he is not like them he isolates parts of his life to what is on the reservation and what is not.
Throughout their lifetimes, people go through a change in identity, which despite not being physical it changes them morally and emotionally, as well as influencing their actions. Sherman Alexie capitalizes off of this with his novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (ATDPTI), which follows Junior, a boy from a Native American reservation, who switches to a school in a nearby town, which is known for being racist towards his culture; Junior changes through the novel, and develops a true sense of his own identity, giving the work a prominent theme. Zitkala-Sa’s School Days of an Indian Girl follows a young Native American girl in the late 1800s, who is forced away from her family and sent to a boarding school built to strip them of their culture, and encounters drastic change similar to Junior. Sherman Alexie addresses the impact of one 's positive change in identity by giving his protagonist a character and goal or character to surpass; he does this by creating two similar characters, giving his protagonist a goal, and by showing a concluding comparison. Alexie shows Junior’s change in identity by giving him a supporting character that can reflect his change.
The same thing all over and all over again isn 't doing any justice for anyone at all. Students happen to get extremly tired of doing the same thing all over again , the reason why they do it is because they have to do. Student 's happen to wonder why there learning or reading books about old people who happen to be dead. Instead all schools should upgrade , they should start doing good for every student there is, then at the end it will all be worth it. The question is 'What are you really learning at school. '
P explains to Junior how hard he has fought, how Junior fought off brain surgery, seizures, drunks and drug addicts, that Junior is stronger than he thinks. As Junior slowly comprohends the truth that his teacher was laying out, he began to question where is hope? Mr. P responds to his question saying, “‘Son,’...’You’re going to find more and more hope the farther and farther you walk away from this sad, sad, sad reservation!” (Alexie 43) Mr. P’s statement emphases Junior’s need to go somewhere other than the reservation, so that he might be successful. This passage connects to the overarching theme, Junior needs to leave the reservation to be successful but if he leaves, his community will disown him. Losing his community is one of Junior’s fears, making it one of the risks he must take in order to have
Most people have been talking about whether or not students should be attending school year-round. There are both pros and cons to having a year-round calendar. The main reason people are against change is because more breaks will hurt the students learning. Having more frequent days away from educational learning causes them to forget more. On the opposing side they say having year-round calendars will increase the academics of students.
People usually make fun of you when you mention them about your “high” goals, especially if you are getting educated in a public school. Even my parents used to tell me to set my goals lower because they did not want to see me dissatisfied with the results. He was the first and only person, who actually believed in me and said that I’ve had the potential. Most of the people, who know me well, would say that I admire the past if you ask them. Some of them would even state that I am an old soul.