* 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.
George’s nose is broken and started bleeding. Then George was crying. George was transferred to another school. By the eighth grade he saw a group of gang beat up a sixth-grader because they thought a victim was uneducated. First year in high school Paul saw an older kid was stealing the freshman’s clothes and throw them into the showers .A year later, when he watched many seniors threw a wad of chewing gum in the new girl on the bus.
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.
Title: Wonder Name: Jack Fitzpatrick Author: R.J. Palacio Due Date: Number of pages: 315 Per. 7-8a Genre: realistic fiction Summary: This book is about August (auggie) who is a boy that’s face is badly deformed. He is sent to school for the first time in his life, but he is scared of what the other kids will think of his face. Throughout this story, he is bullied but somehow still makes friends despite his face. Other characters in the book are: Olivia (via), Miranda, Jack Will, Julian, Summer, Charlotte, Henry, Miles, Justin, Jamie, and Mr. Browne.
But that’s what it took to teach the kids who never listened to anyone. Joe Clark started to fix the school by getting all the drug dealers, and criminals out of the school. That made it where other kids weren’t scared for there safety. He threatened the other kids if they do stuff like that then they will be kicked out to. To make sure the drug dealers didn’t get in the school , he locked to doors making
He started having trouble since he was entering the class. Victor was a guy who was nervous because he was weak in English and other student and teacher assumed that Mexicans were bad, dirty people. His school was strict and all the students had to go according to rule of the school. He also did pee in the class when the teacher did not let him go to the restroom. When he speaks in Spanish language with his friends in class his teacher used to yell at him by saying only English!
While being around Rose-Johnny, georgeann becomes so attached to Rose-Johnny; she gets into a fight with her classmate. Hearing the youngest Mattox boy call Rose-Johnny a pervert is the last thing georgeann wants to hear. She becomes so emotional that Georgeann and the mattox boy begin to call each other names and punches are being thrown. Eventually blood begins to gush out of Georgeann’s lip. Georgeann begins to cry and explains to her teacher that she is defending Rose-Johnny’s honor.
As a youth Ted was terribly shy to the public and in school, he was often teased by his fellow student in his junior high school. All this change all of a sudden during his high school years he became popular and was known as well dress and exceptionally well manner. he finish school and went off to collage at a university in Washington. He was very focused on his grades and studies. Yet his focus changed during the spring of 1967 when he began a relationship that would forever change his life.
However, due to this, the other children taunt the children in school, resulting in scout having fights with them; meanwhile, Atticus had an unpleasant encounter with a group of white men who were planning on lynching Tom Robinson. This shows the racial discrimination at that time and how the black had little rights. However, Atticus still treats them as men, not like the other racist white men who treat them like animals. The crisis Atticus had to face was only averted by the arrival of the children, Jem, Scout and Dill as they forced the mob of people to see things in Atticus and Tom’s point of view, which drove them away in shame. In the film, there was a saying that really got my attention.
A seven year old boy finally fought back, after being bullied for over 2 years. He begged him to leave him alone, he even confessed to teachers what was going on, but nothing worked. The bully abused the kid no matter how hard he tried to escape him. This young man and among many others get bullied everyday, making it difficult and unsafe for students to attend school. As horrific as this little boy’s story is, just