Ms. Caroline Fisher has a tone that Scouts ignorant and just needs to be quiet. But, Scout is confused and a bit annoyed because she had been able to read the alphabet, mobile register, and my first reader and the teacher told her that it was bad. You can tell from the quote neither of them is happy and it shows what kind of a teacher she is. Ms. Caroline in the story has a very uptight personality and is not used to a place like Maycomb where everything 's
Her math teacher makes her sit next to Rosa, a girl with cerebral palsy. At first Jessica is hesitant to do this since she doesn 't want to be linked with the handicapped, but she realizes this is wrong. When she gets to know Rosa through passed notes, she discovers that she likes the girl. Whenever Jessica starts feeling better about her situation, something knocks her back down. She fits in all right at school, but she finds out that the insurance companies won 't pay for her bills so her parents have to fight in court.
In the story of Eleven Rachel fells lonely because she couldn’t explains to her teacher that the raggedy swather wasn’t her and some of the classmates of Rachel agreed that the ugly swather belongs to Rachel. She fells unhappy in her eleventh birthday and she wished that she was one hundred and two instead of eleven and she likes to be far away like runaway balloon. Ruri in the story of Bracelet fells sad because she has to left her house in Japan for word war two and also she was upset because she had lost her bracelet that her best friend gave it to her and she feel lonely because she promised her best friend that she wasn’t going to take the bracelet off so things we can carry in our hearts and take with us no matter where we are
Maria was a girl that was getting bully in school the bully was Jawanna .One day Maria was at lurch and Jawanna take her brown an ate it. Maria was in class and Jawanna do not have a pen and Maria had one and Jawanna said can have that pen by that pen was her good one but she let her use it. After class jawanna give her pen back but it was broken. Maria was trying to by nice by Jawanna was getting more bad to her . One day a teacher want to talk to Maria about their time in school and she was not the only one getting bully.
I can connect to Scout because I too have felt left out or made to feel unimportant by my sibling. In the book we can see Scout is made to believe that she is too young to play with Jem and Dill because he is older thinks he can boss her around. We see this when Jem and Dill start leaving Scout out of their planning in their treehouse. Also, this causes Scout to feel left out enough that she begins to spend more time at Miss Maudie’s house. Another example from the book where we see Jem leaves Scout out is her first day of school when he tells her to not follow him around during school “Jem was careful to explain that during school hours I was not to bother him” (Lee 20).
You can have a seat now.’ I mumbled that I was sorry and retired mediating upon my crime.” (p.17) is the first example of Scout encountering small-mindedness in the novel. In the quote, Scout’s first-grade teacher makes Scout feel guilty about being able to read and write, causing her to apologise and think of it as a crime. Her reaction of shame is instantly expressed to the reader as it is a first-person perspective. Therefore, it conveys how the exchange between the two demonstrates the the small-minded views of Maycomb citizens, especially considering that Scout should be proud of being taught vital abilities at a young age. -
Sylvia thought her Gran was afraid of the children swinging to high, or the water that was being shot out of the ground. Neither of those were the cause of the frown. Gran had an idea of what “dirt” might be lying underneath the glitter of “The Rich People’s School.” Before dropping her off, her grandmother offered her a piece of advice, telling her to behave, in a ton of voice that Sylvia did not recognize. She was left at school “wondering how her Gran could be so frightened and angry when everything looked so lovely” (Kubitsile 48). Soon after, the loveliness faded as Sylvia noticed a group of children congregating and gaping at her, the only similarity apparent between them was the schools uniform.
Sandra Cisneros shares her traumatic experience in a novel, “Eleven.” She goes on to explain that it was her eleventh birthday and her teacher forcibly made her wear a filthy sweater that did not belong to her because low class, Hispanic heritage (Cisneros). The children in the classroom laughed and made her feel below them because Sandra was not fitting in with them. Being placed in a situation where a child is different from others, puts the individual in a low state of esteem, Sandra can testify to this. Teachers must uplift their students instead of adding on to the hatred and bullying. Cisneros is not the only individual that has encountered a teacher that improperly treats students.
But are teenagers really such a nightmare, as other parents think? Rachel starts the article by discussing with her oldest daughter, about her insomnia. She tells her that she shouldn 't look at her laptop and read a book instead - her daughter rolls her eyes instead and says that she has read a lot of books. This is the first place in the story who shows us the conflict, that Rachel means are between mothers and daughters. The style of argumentation is very closed and both mother and daughter are not very open to other suggestions and kind of stubborn.