Coach Carter changes from Autocratic to Persuasive when Timo Cruz didn’t complete the task set by Coach Carter of 1000 suicides and 2500 push ups, but then the team mates of Timo Cruz decided to help him and complete his task by doing some suicides and push ups. This is persuasive because if he was Autocratic he would have said no and just made Timo Cruz leave and not let the boys help him. This management style
The movie version has a lot of events and details that appeal to the viewers like the novel. In the movie version it has Jonas at 18 years to make it more believable for a kid to have a job. An event that the movie version left out was the 12’s playing the game of war. This was left out since the kids are 18 and they do not play games at 18. In the movie Asher’s “job” is drone a lot and when Jonas leaves the community Asher catches him and drags Jonas into the water to let Jonas reach the Boundary of Memory, so he can give the memories back to the people.
Obviously Coach Carter cared enough about his players to realize that academics are more important than playing a sport. The parents of the players are all upset with Coach Carter because they believe that basketball is the only thing that is keeping their sons off the street and out of trouble. Later in the season, Coach Carter finds out that the players on the team have been slipping in their grades and he decides to suspend the games and lock up the gym. He watched over them as God would and made sure that they would make the right decisions in life, such as choosing education before athletics. He made them understand that basketball wasn’t going to get them through life, but having a good education would.
Private Peaceful shows that while young men go to war to ‘prove themselves’, all they really prove is the futility of war. Do you agree? The novel ‘Private Peaceful’ by Michael Morpurgo shows that, even though young men go to war to prove themselves, all they prove is that war is completely futile. The novel shows this when it talks about the thousands of dead soldiers, the pointless attacks, and the post-script section of the novel. This incredible war story shows us that, even though they display great bravery and valour in battle, the only thing young men who fight in wars accomplish is an early death.
There a lot of good teachings this movie can leave to any person because, at first, it teaches that nothing is impossible and that you must not give up however difficult that thing get; you always have to have hope. Andy Dufresne never lost hope; though, having been 20 years at prison for a crime that he didn´t commit. All the people have to have hope because it will help you in the difficult times, always better things are going to come but you need to have patient. Also, it teaches how strong a friendship can be or in the moment that you least expected you know a truthful friend, in the least expected place, also. “Red” a killer who has spent all his life at prison and then Andy who is an innocent man that suffers at prison, and the only dream that these two friends have is to be free.
I felt that way until my Instructor broke the movie down for me. My Master Gunnery Sergeant had us watch the movie a scene at a time. After one scene, you would talk about the characters in it and what types of leadership qualities they had and what kind of leadership they failed at. Once each scene was broken down, you could really get a better general sense of the leaders in the movie that were doing the right thing. Here are just a few analyses that we learned in class: Coach Boone was a great leader from the sense that he brought the team together and created such a strong bond between all the players, but he also failed in other aspects of leadership.
Paul and his staffs always try to be kind to the death row prisoners by making their death quickly and less painful. However, Percy deliberately does contrariwise. Instead of wetting the sponge that put on the head of the prisoners to conduct electricity and make the execution fast and more effective, he intentionally keeps it dry. It causes the prisoner to die in pain. One day, after seeing Paul suffer by the pain, John calls Paul to come to his room and suddenly pulls Paul close to the door.
Also, my uncle went to boot camp because he was going to the marines, and he told me that the people there try to scare you. They try to scare you because they want you to obey them. Just like in the movie “Alive in Wonderland” In conclusion, as you can clearly see, it is better to be feared than loved. When you are feared, you get more attention and if you are loved, people usually use your kindness against you. Fear is used to gain power, to make people obey
This is directly connected to Francois and his team, because they go up against immeasurable odds just to win the world cup, uniting the country. They train very hard, and quite literally go through hell just to win. Also, Francois is indirectly related to this poem because he was told about it by Nelson Mandela, who came from a very bad prison and when he came out, he was ready to forgive the whites. Francois’ greatest challenge in making moral decisions is the acceptance of his subordinates and parents. His parents resent Madiba in the beginning of the movie, and when Francois starts to be influenced by Mandela his parents disapprove of it.
Coach Carter got that team to become amazing and really think about the choices that they made from then on. He made them work for what they did, and if they goofed off, he would make them do push-ups and suicides. “These are your progress reports from your teachers.” is what Coach Carter always used to say to the boys and that teaches people that school is more important than sports. Coach Carter had actually cancelled a game, and locked the gym that they practiced in so they couldn’t practice. That’s how much education meant to Coach Carter.