In Harper Lee’s, To kill a Mockingbird, through the lessons that Atticus gives to his children, Jem and Scout, we see that moral education is very important because it allows the characters to go through the process of trial and error which helps them fully develop and change for the better. Scout learns in her father’s lessons on moral education, how the importance of tolerance is needed if you
It gives the readers to ability to see that Mattie used to be cheerful but now she is just like Zeena because of the “smash-up”. It shows the effects of what happened in the story and it gives the reader knowledge to understand the true meaning of this situation and why it happened. Theme Note #2: The theme: “We should not have our head up in the clouds, but instead face reality and learn how to make the best out of every situation” connects to this quote because it describes how when being in the clouds, it clouds our mind with visions that will most likely not come true. It shows that if we get our hopes up, that will only lead us to our demise. This is shown in the novel because constantly Ethan faces this struggle.
This vital lesson is not just important to Stargirl. In Stargirl, this lesson can be applied to any bullying situation, they might feel less confident because they are hiding who they really are. It can also be applied to Albert Einstein and how he was always told he was stupid but he trusted himself and achieved great goals. Finally, it can be applied to our lives because It resembles our journey through 6th grade and how we have become more confident in ourselves. If you are going to change yourself or others, you must trust yourself, and be confident in your own
Saying please and thank you show we do not take people for granted (Traditions). Otherwise, we would not really be respecting ourselves. These same tradition ensure children have at all time good role models to follow. It teaches them right from wrong and acceptable behaviors so that they are ready to enter the real world. Traditions are a balancing act, we can decide to retain them, change them or discard them completely.
Encouraging and inspiring the imagination, Theodor Seuss Geisel is a universally renown author of children’s literature. Dr. Seuss entertains his audience while instilling his own values and life lessons in his writings. His ambiguous stories affect readers in different ways depending on the level of interpretation. Although his works teach children how to read and count, and include lessons of morality, Dr. Seuss also inserts inconspicuous political codes for mature audiences to decipher. Because the messages are subtle, the public can make their own assumptions which lead to controversy.
In the book “The Prince” there was an advice that was one of the important factors that a prince should have in his knowledge. That was “cruelty and compassion; and whether it is better to be loved than feared” (Machiavelli 1916). It is better to have loved more, or vice versa, the book is a good example of the accuracy of its problems psychological in their early stages is one of the best parts of the mission. The gestation period for cruelty to replace the feeling of a prince, but he likes his subjects united and better, he should not worry loyal. Whether face criticism for his cruelty to his prince for a long time, or reverse.
Furthermore, by refusing to confess to witchcraft he was able to provide a decent life for his children, and hence he could be proud of his actions. In order to protect their pride, people are sometimes willing to make decisions which have clear/unavoidable negative consequences.Throughout both plays, A Raisin in the Sun and The Crucible, a character makes sudden decisions, with adverse effects in order to protect their pride, consequently making pride the most impactful aspect in a person 's’ life. Another, universal scenario in, A Raisin in the Sun and The Crucible, is several lives may be altered when an individual attempts to protect the pride of a loved one, hence pride being the most component in one’s life.Mama gave Walter the money, because she wanted to help him restore the his loss of self-esteem. Mama was aware that Walter was not thinking clearly and would quickly invest all of his money in the liquor store. As an experienced and knowledgeable individual not blindsided by opportunity she knew investment in anything was risky and would take years to provide an actual benefit, yet she gave Walter the money despite their dire financial
Ralph’s mature action promote virtue to teach readers by having him understand that people who aren’t helping with achieving the group’s goal is hurting the group.The sensitivity from Ralph’s character helps keep the littluns safe by having Ralph care about the littluns and leaving Piggy behind to look after them. The honest action of the twin helps Ralph escape from danger by having the twins be honest and tell Ralph what the tribe is planning to do with him than trapping him. The readers should look at this as a chance to be inspired from what they learned about the author in the book and learn to be virtuous even though they are in an extreme
Would you read a fairytale to children or not? Although some fairy tales have evil they can also be happy at the ending. I think fairy tales are good for children. My first reason is they build imagination in the article five reasons why fairy tales are good for kids it says “Children learn new things and experience new places.” My second reason for kids to read fairy tales is they teach them right from wrong my evidence is in the article Five Reasons Why Fairy Tales Are Good For Children “A fight between good and evil, love and loss, and these lessons rub off on our children.” My third reason it helps kids deal with emotions on their own it is in the article Five Reasons Why Fairy Tales Are Good For Children my evidence is “In fairy
Truthfully, society would become so much better if people could forgive and forget, “Or, being lied about, don’t deal in lies,// Or, being hated, don’t give way to hating.” One of the famous quotes of the book is Atticus telling his children to take a moment and try to understand someone and their points of view before acting to prevent regret and disrespect. Atticus had a way of brushing off both success and failure so he could remain true and always remain the man his children looked up to and knew him as. His ability to remain humble and kind sets him apart from nearly