When a person accepts another person, great things happen including the sharing of ideas occurs, and understanding a person more. When people converse and realize their similarities, they suddenly understand each other and begin to accept each other for who they are. In The Breakfast Club, the characters understand each other more through their parents and less through their actions. Through this movie, ideals of young adults will be expressed and clearly shown. The Characters are Brian, a brain; Andrew, an athlete; Allison, a basket case; Claire, a princess; and John, a criminal.
When he talks to Holly its, “Good morning sunshine” and with Chris he acts cool, “Hey how’s it going man.” It helps him to build better friendships with his us which are pretty much his second family. He really cares about us as people and he shows it by telling us how we can use what we learn in the real world. “Josh when am I ever going to use getting references outside of vector?” “Well you know when you want to get a girls number you’ll know how to ask for it in the right way to where you get it.” We laugh about it and a lot of things that go on around the office. He always makes it fun for us by setting up games and competitions. One game we do is to set up demos and we have two captains and they pick people to be on their team.
Warmly greeting both Max and Kim by name on arrival and making eye contact followed by a smile will ensure that the he knows you’re friendly. If possible, encourage Kim to remain at the centre with Max for a period of time each morning, sharing activities with him and you. As Max feels more comfortable at the centre over time, the time periods that his mother stays, could be reduced. Make sure that the separation of Max and Kim is unhurried and relaxed. Be enthusiastic, bend down to address Max face to face and let him know who you are; share information about your life ,seek activities that you know Max enjoys and participate in these with him i.e.
He always listened to every piece advice his father shared with him especially when it came to his writing. Josiah took a large interest in Benjamin; it was almost as if he favored him the most. He taught him how debate and how to write effectively. An example of that
He treated Sam well and taught him the ropes when everyone else made fun of him as soon as he walked through the gym door. It showed me a lot about Tiny, and possibly that Tiny was Sam one day and was just retuning the favor. The authors writing style is very easy to follow and understanding, but at times he makes it intense when needed. He writes in a style that keeps you interested all times but does not leave you hanging or guessing. That is the strength of the book I think, not the simplicity but the way he makes you feel as though you are the writer.
His reaslisitons allows him to complete his journey of growth and he changes from the arrogant young boy to a well manner man. Sally Morgan’s journey also is demonstrates its significance “To think that I nearly missed all this. All my life I’d only ever been half a person.” The use of emotive and direct words maintains a sense of relief and fulfillment. The effects of this are that the reader can ultimately understand the significance of Sally’s inner journey and the importance of finally finding a sense of
Every serious story led to another joke that kept begging me to keep reading. He was very straight forward with the things he said and thought, and made comparing his stories to everyday life scenarios a lot easier and helped me to learn to laugh. I really enjoyed my time reading Me Talk Pretty One Day. I’ve never laughed so much and haven’t wanted to put a book down. This is definitely a book that I would recommend.
President Obama is a potent and energetic speaker. The tone of his voice can make any random person want to hear what he has to say. Tie that in with his humor and relaxed demeanor and you get a wonderful speaker and an easily portrayed message. He was very poised and calm and that turned out to be the very reason why he got out of bad
It helped me overcome the struggles I faced in this new land, turning me into a realistic, social, and confident individual. By forcing myself to make friends in school, I became outgoing and independent, willing to interact with diverse classmates. As I did so, I realized that I had become friends with a lot of the people in my grade. In opening up, I found that the world was not nearly as scary or dreadful as I had feared. Instead, it was full of warmth and positive energy.