Conformity is all around us. There are good things to conform to like laws & bad things like racism & hate. The novel Stargirl has a heavy focus on conformity & social norms so to balance this they brought in a nonconformist to cause a ruckus. In the novel, Stargirl, author Jerry Spinelli suggests that though many people do conform to social norms, some special few are still their true selves. Throughout the novel, ‘Stargirl’ Susan Caraway has been doing weird & goofy things that disrupt the students in some way, this is the first time she is introduced.
It keeps you interested, because there is a lot of drama in this story. Although the girls really never get into a fight. Reading up to that moment made me want to read more to see what happens. I didn’t like the ending of the story I wish the girls would have solved the issues with each other, but it was a great piece of
The public is raising questions about whether it is good for children to think of how good they should look and how important is the external beauty. Is it possible for a child to distinguish between the black and white? Due to these problems, public is having a hot debate on whether child beauty pageants should be ban. To my view, child beauty pageants should definitely be banned. Child beauty pageants seem to be influential to the mind of the children, as it is associated with a lot of effects, like psychological effects, hypersexualization, etc.
The last way that June was treated badly by the other June is the other June bullied her emotionally. In paragraph 22-34, at swim class, the other June kept telling June her name was Fish Eyes and that June was stupid. The other June told all the other swim class students that June’s swimsuit was found by her mom in the trash. In paragraph 27 it says, “Fish Eyes you really are stupid.” Also in paragraph 29 it says, “You guys see that swimsuit Fish Eyes is wearing? Her mother found it in the trash can!” This proves that June was bullied emotionally.
She has installed spyware onto your device so she can see your every text. The next day you go into school and you get everyone’s phone number, they all text you to make sure you gave them the right number. Your mom’s phone begins to blow up. She reads through the texts and sees horrible things, things like people saying f*** you, sup hoes, hey b****** all ending with a laughing face emoji. Your mom immediately believes you are being cyber bullied so she hops in the car and drives to the counselors, she talks to the counselor and she calls all of the people who sent the texts down to the office.
On Feb. 5 Noemi Tonche, the mother of a 9-year-old bully victim, took to the Blythe Neighborhood Watch page to publicly share her thoughts regarding Ruth Brown Elementary School failing to protect her daughter from a group of four bullies. Sharing how her daughter has been continually bullied since last December, being called rude names and teased because of the way she speaks, Tonche said she met with the principal a number of times to address the situation, which was not handled, per her last Facebook post. Notified about her 10-year-old daughter stepping up to the bullies in order to defend her younger sister from the constant badgering, Tonche said shortly after, she began noticing a change of behavior in her daughter and decided to therefore address the situation at a district level since she felt that nothing was being done at the school. Attending last week’s school board meeting, Tonche was accompanied by her daughters to share their discontent during the hearing session. As she faced the Palo Verde Unified School District board of trustees, the 9-year-old victim stepped up the mike and shared, “I’ve been getting bullied and pushed around at lunch.
Having the students obtaining a punishment at school, would cause even more trouble, even “drama”. Imagine a kid gets punished at school and everyone finds out about it, then they would get embarrassed for the reason that everyone knew. So schools should not be allowed to limit students’
The Summer of Love Murder and Suicide In the summer of 1987, there was a man named Harold Butts and a beautiful young woman named Tammy Lynn. They first met off in high school. When Harold approached Tammy Lynn, He asked her ´´Hey Tammy Lynn want to go to the dance with me this spring.´´ Tammy Lynn replied back´´Of course.´´ Before the whole school, they were lovers to be. A few years after high school Harold and Tammy Lynn were having problems getting pregnant. Harold would always tell Tammy Lynn ´´If you would eat better food and take your vitamins, maybe just maybe we can have a kid.´´ Tammy did nothing but cry.
Begins with the Narrator in a rocking chair Narrator 1 : Oh hello there. Didn’t hear ya walk in. Maybe I need new hearing aids. Or maybe you need to learn how to knock...Anyway here’s a story about The Wife of Bath. There was once a fat, ugly, and terrible woman who got around… a lot...The end Narrator puts on wig Wife of bath ( Narrator 1 ): My story begins with a big, dumb jock who tried to make a pass at the head cheerleader, but he fumbles it and she got angry.