It is encounter with conflict that brings out either courage or cowardice in a character The word conflict can bring out two different sides to people. It can either bring out positive qualities like heroic or a weakness that protrudes from individuals. There’s qualities can take on many different forms these forms can be physical, verbal, or mental. These forms can also take on the way of the faint heartedness, the power of conflict of conflict cause the weak minds to be manipulated towards doing the easy thing and usually not the right thing. As we see in Arthur miller play the crucible we see Abigail Williams mind get manipulated to the easy way out so she influenced the other girls to lie with her and point the finger at someone But there are people who are not cowardice , who are brave and have courage to face there fears like john proctor he stood up to what he believed when he was talking to the reverend, Mr. Danforth “courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway”.
This case study occurs in a small elementary classroom in the Northeast United States. The teacher being observed is named Linda Walker. Linda is a new teacher and the focus of the observation takes place during her reading lesson. Beginning the Lesson Miss Walker begins the day by taking attendance and lunch count. I thought it was important to note that Miss Walker took advantage of this opportunity to involve her students and have them use their math skills.
Sound effects are also used for music in order to make an experience come to life and to make the play seem realistic. Physical appearance or “visual elements,” are spectacles that produce a setting, costumes, scenery and the special effects. Language or what we call diction is the last key factor in the six elements within a perfect play. Diction is seen as a selection of words used in the art of language. These selections are made through the script or playwright among each actor within the play.
Acting is the face of the performance. If the acting is not well executed, than the face value of the performance can be heavily scrutinized. Each time the actors undertake a new role; they are face with a number of tasks. These tasks may regard their own motor skills such as verbal clarity, their projection of their voice, how animated they are, and my other things. Perhaps the most basic is to understand the role.
When we watch the videos the teachers were thinking out loud and discussing the little voice in her head that tells her things while she is reading, like “oh I have no idea what I just read” or “hum I wonder who this person is?” or “wow that’s neat!”. The students were able to connect with her and start thinking about reading and listening to the voice inside their head they then wrote or discussed with a peer what they thought about the reading passage. A literacy activity I could do in my classroom would be a think aloud. I could explain exactly what I am thinking while reading a passage, then have the students read another passage and practice talking about what they read and where thinking to a peer. I could also incorporate highlighters or underlining strategies to incorporate note taking and thinking while reading into this lesson.
The power of words can make you do anything. Benita Porter's passion for books made her feel nurtured in the library while afflicted by shyness. One year, she went to listen to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s enthralling speech and it gave her confidence to create change. Her sentiment for words help her express what she feels and have comfort to an event in her life. Porter uses three strategies to talk about how words took effect in her life.
It is best to use details and examples that are not only relevant to the topic, but also understandable to your audience. Your reader will lose interest if you go beyond their level of understanding, and if you explain too much. When writing you have to find the middle way, and you achieve this by using enough detail to be clear but not saturate the point. More than that when you use too much detail your tone can sometimes seem condescending to your reader, and this will also make them lose interest in your writing. You need to be consistently mindful of how you are presenting your ideas, and be sure that you are leaving your biases and emotions out of the writing.
Conflict brings out the worst in people. Statement of explanation My response to this prompt is written in the form of a speech for publication written for a conference of interested and educated people who are concerned about the nature and future of the human spirit. The stance adopted is, that whileconflict may bring out the worst in some people it may also bring out the best in others. This is not to say that the majority of us might well respond to conflict in a more complex way, which avoids the two extremes. Arthur Miller's play, the Crucible, will be used to help develop this thesis, for it presents a spectrum of responses from various characters when presented with fears that accusations of witchcraft, whether they exploited the conflict, put their own safety first, performed prodigies of rationalisation, or stood up against injustice.
I know that many times people who say they are my friends will encourage me to do something that could mean trouble later. I can do my own thinking. Letting my friends push me into inappropriate behavior only means that I care more about what others think than I do about myself as an individual and that I do not have control over my own life. I know what the consequences may be and I must be willing to act responsibly. Perhaps I just let like acting up.
* ‘It is not the choice itself but the impact of that choice which is the greatest challenge’ Discuss this statement with close reference to your core text, one text studied in class and one related text of your own choosing. * * It is true that the impact of a choice is the greatest challenge and this challenge can carry with it either anguishes or enlightenment depending on the choice made. Cautious sensible choices will ensure steady, positive impact therefore the challenge will cause enlightenment however if a choice is irresponsible or irrational the impact will be negative and consequently cause anguish. Shakespeare’s Elizabethan tragedy Antony and Cleopatra explores the importance of taking careful consideration when making a choice in order to ensure the impact is beneficial for all parties involved. The underlying theme of love and betrayal connects the readers understanding of love in Gallagher’s feature article 2 of us John and Bec (2012) and betrayal in Sam Mendes’s 1999 film American Beauty.