If any of the kids have any concerns or questions, they can rely on me to try my best to help them find the answer. If any of my coworkers ever need a favor, I am always willing to lend a hand. Whether that means helping that teacher with a student, helping to clean up after an activity if the teacher has something else to do, or any other favors they may need. I am there to help. The final value that I would like to write about is how efficient I am.
After this problematic encounter, the boys act as if they were not scared. Allison and several of the girls return to the East side to party downtown and in multiple occurrences they see Hector. Allison was arrested when she was caught in a sketchy neighborhood with gang members After this, her parents expressed disappointment, but she continued to wander over to Hector’s neighborhood (Kopple, 2005).
Atticus decides to take the case in defending a black person, something nobody in the town would have done. Most of the residents of Maycomb do not believe in equality and have hatred towards black people. If an African-American is charged for committing a crime, he is automatically believed to be guilty because of their skin color. Atticus says, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view” (39). To clarify, Atticus took the case because he believes there is a chance of Tom being innocent.
I do not see someone fit in C platoon that shows clear sign of insubordination and is not willing to work by the orders given by a higher officer. I personally feel that discipline is an important thing to possess as it'll show your maturity. Being able to take direct orders and follow them is important thing to have in C Platoon. I feel that more discipline you possess, the more you can accomplish in the department. Showing clear signs of you being able to take orders and remain calm is important and someones life could depend on your disciplinary training.
No matter the colour of the defendant’s skin, a white woman should not hold him accountable for an undeserved charge as a result of guilt and shame. Atticus appeals for racial equality, by accentuating that Mayella Ewell is guilty of a compassionate moment with a black man, and that it is not an excuse for a rape charge. This closing argument has been recognised as one of the 20th centuries most impressive messages in emphasising racial justice and a move for an integrated
You can do almost anything when you are motivated. Motivation is more important then intelligence. First, motivation gives you a drive. In the story, Flowers for Algernon, Charlie states, “Miss Kinnian says maybe they can make me smart. I want to be smart.” (285).
This shows that people are taking steps to the right path of justice. A more specific example can be Austasia Kapteyn. Austasia Kapteyn was jailed for giving false testimonies to police and lying to them (Ekert). The author is trying to state that people are starting to take actions on the accounts of false witnesses. A man named Mr. Lacson is trying to solve these problems with false
Heck Tate, tried to appear as neutral as possible in this trial. This scene shows that they tried to do the right thing even though they knew it was unfeasible. Lee indirectly shows the response of other characters even though the characters were not present at the time. This indirect characterization also happens later, as Atticus talks about the jury during the trial. Even though all the adults knew the outcome of the trial “there was one fellow who took considerable wearing down- [...] the Cunninghams?’[...] ‘One minute they’re tryin’ to kill him and the next they’re tryin’ to turn him loose” (222).
When defending a black man in court, Atticus says, “You know the truth, and the truth is this: some Negroes lie, some Negroes are immoral, some Negro men are not to be trusted around women-black or white. But this is a truth that applies to the human race and to no particular race of men” (273). This public defense of minorities is not a seldom action for Atticus. He takes his community members and even his own family mistreating him for defending a black man on nearly a daily basis, but still does it. Due to the fact he is a modern hero, all modern heroes should exhibit this.