A report on Enders game: leadership through adversity Enders game is a popular science fiction novel revolving around the events of a war between aliens and the people of earth. The commanders in charge of earth implement a program to train youths into military leaders from an early age in order to fight off the aliens. The book starts with a very young Ender Wiggin at elementary school. While being monitored by top brass for leadership qualities, ender finds himself being harassed by a group of children. In the ensuing scuffle, ender manages to defeat a bully, and literally kills him.
The way Jack picks on Piggy so much is because it makes him feel powerful but also makes him seem like a bully, which is Golding's intention. Jack Merridew reasons for selection Jack Merridew was selected by Golding to use as a catalyst of the plot to speed up the process of the becoming of savagery amongst the boys. Jack plays the role of a timid young lad who thinks he's the true leader of the boys. Jack is used to present a
He fights for what ever he believes in and is willing to go all ends to stick up for his friends, family, and himself. After Ender’s monitor was removed, Ender got in a fight with a bully, Stilson, from school and ending up injuring him badly because, “Knocking him down won the first fight. I wanted to win all the next ones, too. So they'd leave me alone” (Scott Card 19). Ender’s logic portrays his determination to not only win the first fight, but to win all the fights that have yet to occur.
Bullying, however, is an important factor that forces many children to exceed their expectations because they “[have] no choice but to persevere and to succeed” (“Love Letter To My Bully”). Colonel Graff, a teacher at Battle School, has used this principle on a young Ender Wiggin, to make him one of the best child soldiers that mankind has ever had. He “isolated Ender to make him struggle. To make him prove...that he was far better than everyone
“True Heart” Success first starts off with the belief you have within yourself and, confidence is everything in order to be the best that you can be. Winning is succeeding, and in sports everyone loves to win. Competiveness is a strong trait within a person, especially between males. Once you are seen as competition your competitor will do whatever it takes to make sure you fail. To be successful is all a wrestler could want, being a state champion is your main goal and is what you heart is set on.
Friday Night Lights provided all three of these themes plus a whole list of others. This movie also helps to decode why football has such an impact on the youth of America, especially high school football. The 1988 Permian Panther football team deserved to win this game yet they lost, but yet they gained much more out of this experience than the victors did. They learned that football helped turn them into men; it helped them to become much more diverse human beings. Teaching them the basics of being a man while at the same time teaching them the importance of team work and perseverance through whatever life throws at you.
He really is fun, energetic, and has a great sense of humor. Yet because of his age difference his classmates wouldn’t give him the chance to show them what he was like. Joshua is the smartest person I know. If he wanted to he could take a government I.Q. test and get paid to do whatever he wants in life.
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.
Being beat and taunted by his father made him want to become a super strong body builder so that his father could no longer tell him that he was worthless. Living in his brother’s shadow made him want to be better than him no matter what he did. These negative emotions even drove him to talk to doctors as a teenager and do research on steroids. Kids and especially teenagers, just want to have fun. Who dosen’t?
I find Mervin to be admirable because he always works hard, he never stops no matter what obstacles comes his way, and always kind. Getting a debate team ready isn't an easy thing to do. You have to make sure your members are capable to argue about any given topic. That's exactly what Melvin did; he had try outs for the debate team at his own house. He could of had the try outs at any other given location but he decided to have it at his own place.