Caroline Chisholm is often revered as the ‘emigrant’s friend’. What contributions did Caroline Chisholm make to the development of the immigration of women to Australia? Was it a success? Caroline Chisholm (1807 – 1877) was born and raised near Northampton England. Her parents were particularly honourable and principled people who raised their family with a strong tradition of charitable works.
She helped in ways such as, being the first royal consort to encourage renaissance art, literature and music which her daughter continued. Also, Anne’s fashion sense is said to have had a large impact on England she was also interested in the new religious ideas and encouraged Henry to read them. But, then again, Anne did only have 3 years to reign as queen Anne Boleyn was known for her grace
“... Miss Cui is virtuous and guards herself scrupulously. Even someone she held in the highest regard could not lead her into misconduct by improper words…”(542). Ying-ying’s personality was shaped by her education and social status. Ying-ying born in a family used to be noble, and she received proper feudalism education ever since she was little. Therefore, such education turns her into a person who is so cautious about her own speech and action.
He made it sound like were runnin’ a still” (75). Scout was curious why it was a problem if Atticus was defending an African American. She wants to find out the truth behind the things happening around her, which shows maturity. In the first half of the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Scout shows the immaturity of a six-year-old, but she also shows a lot of maturity because of her desire to learn. Like a typical six-year-old, she believes everything she hears, she is scared easily, and lastly she is ignorant about a lot of things.
Saikali 1 Ricardo Saikali Mrs. Rose ENG2DR October 29, 2014. The Evolution of Scout Imagine someone being to change to someone completely different, just because the world has many lessons to be learnt. In Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird, readers see that changes can happen to anyone. Scout changes from a violent and prejudice girl into a more understanding and wise person from learning from what others say and what she see's herself, throughout the novel. She changes from violent to calm kid, a innocent child to a kid aware of the evil in the world, and from a prejudger to shoe walker.
Although Lindsey seems like a tough girl she is also very caring. Lindsey cares for all of her friends and the people she is close with. While reading the novel 1st to Die, a reader will notice that the main character Lindsey is brave, determined and caring. First of all, a main trait in Lindsey is that she is brave. Lindsey is not afraid of what might happen to her as long as she is helping someone else.
Her primary carer knows not to call her Sam and she prefers to be called Samantha, she is quite a quiet person and doesn’t like doing new things until her carer made her observe a knitting class, Samantha enjoyed it so much she decided to part-take, she won’t a certificate for the best knit blanket and she felt accomplished, this was her reward. The humanistic approach helped her with her
Hooks mentions that she did not share the sensibility and values of her peers. She says “class was not just about money; it was about values which showed and determined behavior.” Hooks was adamant about not losing the values she obtained from her family back home in Kentucky. She felt that she did not need a new set of beliefs and values. As an example hooks describes how shocked and disturbed she felt when her peers would talk about their parents without respect, or would even say that they hated their parents. It was explained to her that such hatred was “healthy and normal”.
Elizabeth 09.01.12 Pre-Ged essay MSSD's Bad Girl I was a very bad girl in Model Secondary for the School Deaf (MSSD)'s dorm with my roommates and friends. We did a lot bad things but three things what I did done got me into the trouble stealing pagers, throwing toilet paper soaked with water, and pulling down the for alarm. I were looked back at these actions that I would never do again because I am grown woman. My roommates and I had old sidekick 2’s and we saw some students had sidekick 3 which was newly released phones. I don’t know how it started us talking about it and made a plan to
Peer Pressure A child makes decisions according to their peers even though that the decisions being made is not necessarily the right one. In Langston Hughes “Salvation” Hughes felt the pressure of the church and other children and decided to act like he was saved. I would have done what Hughes did because I would have also felt pressured. There has been many times when I was a child where I felt the pressure to fit in. For example when I was 13 and went out for Halloween and decided to eat candy when I wasn’t supposed to because I’m diabetic.