Monday burn Millay, Wednesday Whitman, Friday Faulkner, burn’em to ashes then burn the ashes. That’s our official slogan.” is a quote from Millay, Ednast. Vincent. This quotes are relatable because they think the same think that people shouldn’t read books just because they don’t like them or whatever goes around there mind. The theme for Captain Beatty is that he doesn’t want to question and think like Montag.
After the test, I know that I have to try harder if I want to go to college. My mom always told me that ““Everyone makes mistakes and we all learn something about our mistake.” I tried to learn more vocabulary and look for the way to improve my English skills. I push myself to study more and more. Day by day I kept thinking “why do I want to come back school.” I used to hate school so much, but since I move to U.S, I know that education is the only way can help me have a better life, good career, and make my dream come true. I moved to the United States when I was 19 years old.
Anytime I would write an academic essay I would get a comment at the end “good ideas, unorganized”. My essays were so off topic and unorganized it was tremendously affecting my grade. My history teacher in high school made me stay after class and talked to me about how unorganized the structure of my paper was. I had to learn how to link all my body paragraphs to my thesis. I had to do this in order to succeed in my classes.
In Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, reading books is against society's rules. Montag starts to wonder what it is about books that society roles them to be forbidden.The fire station goes and burns down houses with books and the chief of the fire station is Beatty. Although Montag killed Beatty, he thought he was doing the right thing. Montag is justified killing Beatty because montag was trying to protect himself, and was also trying to protect Faber, and Beatty made Montag burn his own house down. Montag’s emotions could be clouding his judgement and the way he is processing everything, he may have been thinking irrationally.
You can choose to read a book or not to read a book. If a book is offensive to you then don't read it. There are simple solutions to this problem rather than banning the books. Most books are banned because a group of people find it offensive, but why ban a book if only a small group of people don't agree with what it says, that doesn't mean that everyone hates the book. Some books that are banned are banned for ridiculous reasons.
When I look back in my life, I remember failing many of my literacy tests. All throughout middle school I had a really hard time understanding poetry, novels, and even short stories. I would study really hard in order to grasp the topic and thought I understood it really well. However, when I went to go take the test I would fail and have to retake it. Back then, I never would have thought I would get good grades in any english course.
The eye doctor said to make sure I did not wear them to bed and to make sure I cleaned them with an enzymatic cleaner at least every few days. As a teenager, I did not really know what the cleaner was or what it did and honestly, I didn 't think about it much as an adult either until I started reading this chapter. After reading the chapter I decided to do some research into the enzymatic cleaner I have been useing since I was 14 and what it does. I knew that the cleaner removed all the gross stuff that built up on my lenses over the week but I didn 't know how or why so this is what I found.
We all need to be equal, books make some people happy but not other people so we burn them so we don 't have to deal with people who are different.” In this society, they cant read books and if they do they get locked up in jail. But some people don 't care, they love books so much that they are willing to go against the law or even die. In this society they cannot read books, and if they do their books get burned and they go to jail for
I struggled on every single book and test. Mrs. Spooner, my fourth grade teacher, took me aside and ask me about if I actually was reading the books or not. As we both discussed, she knew I could read, but did not know I was not understanding the material. We decided to tutor every Monday after school. I would read a book paragraph by paragraph, and once I was done reading one paragraph out loud, I would have
Approximately around the 1340’s, the Black Death was rampant through Europe. There were three variations of it called bubonic, septicemic and pneumonic. The people of the time believed the plague was a punishment of God because they had no knowledge of germs and how they spread. The plague was killing many people and out of fear they came together in churches to pray but this only spread things more. The priest and noblemen fled leaving their people to die.
I had a wonder semester in LSIS 4505. The three things that I learned during this course is how to make a lesson plan, what books are banned and challenged in different districts, and bibliotherapy books. It takes times to make a lesson plan. Sometimes your lesson plan does not always go as plan. When my teacher first assigned this, I was nervous because this was my first time making one.
I didn’t learn to read or write until I was 7 years old. I was in my second grade class and my peers and I were sitting in a circle when the teacher called on me to read. I sputtered some gibberish with a tomato red face. The only words I recognized were “it’s” “it,” and “a”- which is really just a letter. My teacher noticed my struggle and called on another kid, Briggs Huxford, to “help” me- which really just meant that he was going to read that section.
I could not find a score anywhere! Frantically, I flipped the piece of paper, front and back, and saw nothing. Then, I decided to actually read the comments that Mrs. Guertin had left. I specifically remember one comment, that terrified me, saying, “Manuel, what happened?”. The following week, I ended up coming in early in order to redo the in-class essay due to the fact that I had failed to correctly answer the prompt.