The Breakfast Club is a movie that was released in 1985. This classic movie was written and directed by the famous John Hughes. The movie revolves around five high school students who are forced to attend Saturday detention and write an essay about who they think they are as a person. Every main character comes from a different clique. There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison.
The breakfast club movie was about this group of five adolescents who had nothing in common who spends a Saturday detention together in their high school library. They were all stereotyped of high school cliques who poured their hearts out to each other and discover how they have a lot in common than they thought. The main characters of the breakfast club were; John bender ( the criminal), Allison Reynold (the basket case), Claire Standish ( the princess), Brian Johnson ( the brain), Andrew Clarke ( the jock) and principal Richard Vernon. In light of this movie, Brian was the brain, the nerd and the peace keeper. One would say he always follows the rules.
His mom kicked him out and he had to moved from house to house to stay with different families. He tried Even though he had a bad childhood, he never gave up on school or basketball. Eventually, in his last year of high school, he was taken in by the Leslie family. Living with them, he went to Tomball High School. He tried out
However, Socrates keeps on coming to the store by bus for five consecutive days for further updates about his application. It is evident that if Socrates got the job at Bounty Supermarket on Venice Boulevard, he could get to work by bus. Because he did not fit Anton and Ms. Grimes qualifications, he was denied equal employment opportunity at that store. Socrates got the job, however he was assigned to work at another store in Santa Monica with Rodriguez, who is “always talking about giving guys a chance,” (Mosley 8). Walter Mosley’s representation of Socrates with symbolism in the 19the century is very typical of how African American ex-convicts were treated applying for employment in the United States then, and
Then, in the story holden wants to leave his home in New York and he decides that he wants to say goodby to his little sister. Holden wrote a note and just walked into her school no questions asked by counsels ,students,teachers, and even secretaries . This is highly unlikely nowadays if you spend more than five minutes in a school people know you are in there. Once I decided to go visit my home district to say hi to my old teachers. I walked through the door didn 't see anyone began walking to one of the classes when I heard along the loudspeaker “this is a lock down repeat, this is a lock down “I ran to the office when I saw the principal and he said “Matt it 's just you” then grabbed his walkie talkie and called off the
Victims and Creators The definition of a victim, is one who may make excuses, procrastinates, and blames others or society itself for his or her shortcomings. They usually don’t prioritize properly, placing fun and free time over more important tasks. For example, a college student at an esteemed university has a 5 page term paper due for his biology class. He starts it, then throughout the week that he’s supposed to do it, he decides to go to various parties and get drunk and hang with his friends rather than take care of his important term paper. He ends up not finishing it in time, and receives a zero for the assignment.
During the meeting, Holden annoys Carl with his fixation on sex. After Luce leaves, Holden gets drunk, awkwardly flirts with several adults, and calls an icy Sally. Exhausted and out of money, Holden wanders over to Central Park to investigate the ducks, breaking Phoebe's record on the way. Nostalgically recalling his experience in elementary school and the unchanging dioramas in the Museum of Natural History that he enjoyed visiting as a child, Holden heads home to see Phoebe. He sneaks into his parents' apartment while they are out, and wakes up Phoebe – the only person with whom he seems to be able to communicate his true feelings.
It’s almost time, everyone has been talking about this day ever since eight grade. The pressure was on once returning back from winter break only five months before the big day. So many emotions crossed my mind that afternoon when my English teacher passed out the schedule. From due dates, picture day, assembly’s, prom and finally walking across the stage with my class of 2015. I felt so speechless I could not believe that with a blink of my eyes how quickly four years of high school passed by I said to myself “It is
You think to yourself, self slow down regroup and think, five-seconds later boom you look right at it. Another disorganizing fact is school work, your at school all day get through all of your schedule and get home. Your parents ask “Do you have any homework today/tonight?”. You answer them back with a quick no, twenty minutes later you 're thinking about your day, shoot i have a 5 page paper due in the morning (diseases and disorders). Can a child/young adult control themselves?
When study hauls is in action, I use ALL of my time wisely. Coming to this school I am challenged to my fullest potential, and yet living the life of a college student. After a long day of school and no social media, I tell myself “Just 30 minutes of phone time” but that turns into hours and next thing you know it’s dinner time. So by the time of 8:00pm I finally begin homework. For the first five minutes I just stare into space because I never know when to start and I then began
The next day Joey went to Paul 's house and they compared jerseys while he was the Erik and Arthur made fun of him about his brother. The next day was their first game and paul got to play because Tino got taken out of the game. Paul told Joey to go to school with him so he convinced his parents and he gets to go to Tangerine middle now with Paul. Five days later Joey and
Eric and I did everything together, except when he was with his racist friends. Eric always left the dorm around midnight and would come back right before class. I didn’t know where he was going until after class that day, I saw a white KKK cloak in his room. I knew now and it scared me to think he is apart of that group of racist murderers. That meant he can’t know about me going to help the basketball team get to the NCAA tournament next week.
The reporting party (RP) stated on 4/8/16 the foster mother met twice to discuss Joseph Baker (14yr) whom she is the paternal aunt and guardian. The foster parent first met with RP at 9:15AM to discuss Joseph 's class ditching. Joseph stated he didn 't want to go home and agreed to go to class for the remainder of the day. The foster mother was contacted in the early afternoon when Joseph was found hanging out behind the school. Joseph ran away from and hid after being instructed to come to the office to wait for his aunt.
For her it was difficult for her to see her daughter go back to harm’s way every school day. At the end of the school year Mrs.Eckford lost her job do to stress. Mr.Eckford worked at nights,where he remembered”men walked around did not keep him from taking Elizabeth to school each morning. The first day of mixture at Central High school in Little Rock Arkansas, mobs protested outside the school. Eight of the African Americans in Little Rock Nine students chosen to integrate the all white Central High, met up before so they could have an escort though the mob.
In the book Scrawl, the school is where most of the action happens. Tod and his friends break into the school to steal a video camera that a student is using to take videos of students and his "friends" get caught trying to steal the camera. Tod has to either go to jail or write in notebook after school for a month. The teacher who is overseeing Tod 's detention is Mrs. Woodrow, and she doesn 't expel him or his friends because Tod reads the sign and it said " No Trespassing Violators Will Be Prosecuted." During this time Luz, a girl from school, asks Tod to ask his mom to make costumes for the school play.