Fuad Manuel Asfura Giraldez English 8-3 October 17, 2008 Everyone Bullies Melinda Sordino Last year a boy from the Everest school was kicked out for bullying at school, and was not accepted in some other school. This is why bullying is bad. Melinda, the main character of the novel Speak does not bully, but she is being bullied, and it practically ruins her life. Since the first day of school Melinda has been bullied by her ex-friends and other particular people. Therefore Melinda is still being bullied throughout all the ninth grade.
Baseball Bats Are Not Just Used For Shattering Balls. gAs nice as people are you can not trust them. Clumsy Simon Glass is a nerd, a loser who occupies the lowest rung on the high school social ladder. Simon was better known as the textbook geek of his high school, who has no friends and someone everybody picks on; that is until Rob Haynes shows up. Haynes is a transfer student, who has something special instore Haynes and his gang of friends Young ,Bob, and Coop had a mission to turn Simon Glass from a total freak to a wanna be prom king.
The shift workers fell every which way still laughing and enjoying the whole situation. However, the slidewalks stopping caused the seven minute delay which then had a ripple effect on the Master Schedule. The Harlequin had succeeded in disrupting the normal flow of everyday life and although the shift workers thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing, it was not enough to cause them to rebel against the status quo. The Harlequin continued pulling pranks challenging the status quo. When he appears on the still-being-constructed shell of the new Efficiency Shopping Center he uses a bullhorn to convey his message.
The troubled southern boy matured into a wild and angry young man, and was convinced by others that The Citadel was the only college suited to handle his less than acceptable attitude. As a freshman, he soon discovered that his untamed spirit and mediocre approach towards academics make life extremely hard on him while attending a school that thrives on high performance and excellence. But after witnessing a Junior Sword Drill performance, he discovers his calling and decides to dedicate himself to joining their ranks. Yet he quickly realizes that his poor attitude and performance at the onset of his first semester has placed him in a nearly impossible position of obtaining the rank necessary to even qualify. What follows are endless months of sacrifice to make up for the sins of his
You snitch the other day on me in school punk?” Corner Boy 1 is a schoolmate of Omar, and is three grades above him. A couple of days ago at school, Omar became the only person to witness Corner Boy 1 sticking up one of his best friends Manny in the second floor boy’s bathroom. Omar didn’t want to get in trouble with Corner Boy 1 because he was a Corner Boy, and therefore decided not to be a snitch, and rat him out to the principal. Omar: “I ain’t no damn snitch.” Corner Boy 1 grabs Omar by the collar, tearing it slightly. Corner Boy 1: “That shit ain’t what I heard!” Omar pushes Corner Boy 1.
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card Summery Ender, a child of six, has been monitored carefully to see if he qualifies for Battle School. The monitor was attached to neck so that the officials of the International Fleet, specifically Colonel Graff, could effectively "be inside Ender's mind." After Ender's monitor is removed, several boys in his class, led by the bully Stilson, corner him and abuse him, knowing that the officials can no longer watch what happens. But Ender tricks Stilson into fighting him alone, and Ender beats him badly. Ender cries, showing his remorse at being so ruthless, being more like his sadistic brother Peter than his compassionate sister Valentine.
Text Title: Beastly Author: Alex Flinn Kyle Kingsbury is a ninth-grade student who is every girl been dreaming of, A perfect, good-looking, rich, famous guy. He got everything he wanted. Kyle's shallow father, a famous news reporter, is ashamed of his son's new appearance. Until a witch cast a spell on him and turned into an ugly beast, In 2 years he needs to find a true love’s kiss to break the spell. When Kyle turned into an ugly beast, his girlfriend doesn’t know him and refuse to kiss him because of his ugly appearance.
His only downfall was his anger problems and always being in trouble in school. He did what he was supposed to do at home. He was an energetic healthy little boy who watched wwe wrestling on TV every Friday, Monday, and Sunday. He made the goal to get older and become stronger and better then the superstars he watched. He did 10 pushups a day and 25 sit ups to try and get a six pack.
* Paul Fisher is a nerd. Will he always be a nerd, or become something else in his new school in Tangerine, Florida? Paul is afraid of everything, even his brother. “Erik he tried to kill me!” Paul Fisher the main character in Edward Bloor’s novel, Tangerine changes from a scared new kid in school, to a brave, strong young man with a bright future. Paul Fisher is a scared 7th grader that doesn’t stand up for himself.
Brian is the straight “A” student with the high GPA, and easily bullied mostly jocks. As he strives to make an easy “A” he takes shop as a class and fails, he mentions in the film about how he thought he could pass that class and increase his GPA stating “have you seen the people who take shop?” during that scene, John Bender (the criminal) say’s “I take shop”, now the brain is being stereotypical towards the criminal. John is the rebel, the trouble maker, pot smoker and not one to attend class. John is the guy who gets detention for the following two months due to talking back sarcastically to the principal of the school showing his toughness and not being scared of anyone. We also have Allison (the basket case) the girl no one includes in any of the school cliques, she’s mostly the loaner and insecure.