It starts off amiable, as the author introduces the characters, properly depicting different voices and personalities. These characters lead to a thick plot, narrated by Scout Finch. Because Scout is a mere 8-year-old girl, the reader doesn’t have much insight as to what’s going on. Harper Lee uses innocence in Scout and the other characters in the book to introduce racism, hatred, love, family, unity, and other ideas into the minds of readers. Scout’s family is made up of three people: Calpurnia, Atticus Finch, and Jem Finch.
With the use of these three rhetorical strategies, she can get the reader to comprehend that every girl has the right to an education. Throughout the novel, Malala utilizes influential ethos while talking about how difficult it was for a girl to attend school in peace so that the audience will believe her story. For example, in the novel Malala states “The trips from school became tense and frightening, and I just wanted to relax once I was safe inside my home”. (Yousafzai,pg.62) This quote is included so that the reader will be able to perceive how she and the other girls felt while trying to obtain an education. Also, her purpose of
In both the poem “ Making Sarah Cry “ and the story “Don't Give up the Fight” they have the same theme of being different. In “Don't Give up the Fight” and “Making Sarah cry” both girls are being bullied for their difference of being a girl. In the story “Don't Give up the Fight Ava is being bullied for being good at a boy sport . But in the poem “ Making Sarah Cry” Sarah is being bullied for being mentally handicapped.However Ava cares about being bullied and does not talk about it.The only time Ava talked about her problem is when her friend asked her what happened Ava pleaded out to her. In the poem “Making Sarah cry” and the story “Don't give up the fight” both girls are being bullied for their difference of being a girl.
6 Things You Should Know About Being A 7th Grade Girl By: Janie and Hannah Being a girl is already hard enough, add 7th grade to the equation and you have impossible. There are so many problems you have to face in middle school and being a girl makes it 10 times worse. At least in my opinion, but, how do other 7th grade girls feel about it? Let's find out. ; 1.”That's why her hair's so big, it’s full of secrets” We asked multiple 7th grade girls how they feel about mean girls, if there are any, if they’ve ever been made fun of by any, stuff like that.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, it is vivid that gender roles were part of society in the 1930s. Scout Finch, a little girl, shows that being a girl doesn’t define her personality or actions. Although this book was published in 1960 and was set in the 1930s, the contention of gender roles is still prominent in today’s civilization. All the way through chapter five, it is well known that gender roles are a part of mankind during the Great Depression. Scout narrated, “I was not so sure, but Jem told me I was being a girl, that girls always imagined things, that’s why other people hated them so, and if I started behaving like one I could just go off and find some to play with” (45).
In the beginning, Maria was afraid to take up for herself when she was being bullied in the story. A girl named Jawanna would always bully her. For example, Maria had lunch money and Jawanna walked up to her and took it. Maria had a friend named Jessica. Maria would always go to Jessica and tell what Jawanna has done.
Caroline slapped Scout on her hand by the ruler. Ms. Caroline is Scout’s first grade teacher, she came from the North Alabama, so she didn’t understand much about the culture and the history of each family in the Maycomb County. On another hands, Ms. Caroline has a high self-esteem and a stubborn woman because she got mad when a six years old kid like Scout got to tell her the situation that she was solving incorrectly. Scout is a resolute person that always try to telling people if they’re wrong without knowing who she is talking with. Jean Louise is still a youngster lady, so the way she freely talks could make Ms. Caroline felt like Scout was trying to taught or being more professional than Ms. Caroline.
8 A Choir Teacher Told Shakira She Sounded Like A Goat Shakira started writing poetry on a typewriter at the age of seven and by the time she was eight she had already written her first song. But she struggled at her Catholic school; she enjoyed entertaining her friends and the nuns with her singing but she was often sent out of class for being being disruptive and hyperactive. She was also rejected from the school choir because her vibrato (which would later become her trademark) was considered to be too strong. The music teacher remarked that Shakira sounded “like a goat” when she sang. "It sounds comic now, but back then it was very traumatizing," she said.
In Making Sarah Cry for example. The narrator bullies a girl named Sarah who cries every day at recess. But then the narrator gets hit by a car and then he goes to school and he gets bullied because of his scar. Then Sarah steps in a support her bully by telling the other bullies to stop. While in Don't give up the fight the narrator gets bullied and does not do anything about it.
In many situations authors of these databases witness many times that the mothers are not given a break because they believe their daughters have to stay flawless. According to Cartwright, there have been many situations where mothers are putting a lot of pressure on their daughters to look and act like an adult, as well as teaching them that beauty is what matters most not what's on the inside. She has also witnessed parents chastising their kids for a bad performance, or not looking enthused and flawless. Cartwright also wrote that these pageants could lead to eating disorders, anxiety, depression, and stress. Children are also sleep deprived and parents refuse a rest or break.