Jim's father expect to much from his son without even noticing what could be the major problem. Of course many college students love to hang out with friends but that doesn't mean that it can affect there grades unless they are not focus on there work. When Jim's father stated that when he was in school he flew through without any problems. His parents are angry because his grades aren't getting any better. I felt like it could have been a better approach like finding out the real reason what is causing the problem.
These students each arrive on Saturday morning to their high school by different means, and each way it is that they arrive is a precursor for what kind of people they begin the film as. Brian Johnson is dropped off by one of his parents and his little sister. He is told to find some way to get his homework done while he is in detention. Brian turns out to represent the nerd of the group. He is always getting good grades and never seems satisfied with sub-par self-achievements.
Teens are sometimes more comfortable speaking with someone other than their parents. By informing him to this fact it could help him ease the feeling about speaking with me. If Adam does not understand why his parents have brought him to speak to me, I would clarify for him that his change in behavior including grades, change of friends and lack of respect for the rules are a big concern for his parents and they are just very worried something is going on that he is not comfortable speaking with them about. I would overlook the crying at first because mention of it may put him in a defensive mode. A couple relaxing non-defensive questions I would ask are what subjects in school he’s taking and what is his favorite subject.
After this, the attitude he had was changed, and he wanted to pay his family back with good grades. As the research shown, “Family environment also protects a child from depression and other psychiatric problems. Their responses are positive and behavior is normal and cooperative”(Effect of Family). His responses to his family are positive after he came out from the depression that was brought to him by school. Chen Da wouldn’t be able to achieve anything if his family just give up on him, and think he will be a farmer for rest of his life.
xxx ENGL 1301.015 27 June 2012 High School Stereotypes In The Eighties In the movie The Breakfast Club, made in the early 80’s. Five students are sent to detention on a Saturday morning and instructed to sit for eight hours and work on a one page essay of who they think they are. The five students appear to be judgmental of each other as they look around and take a seat somewhat apart from one another. This film is not a modern version of what today’s stereotypes interpret; it deals more with social status and cliques as well as family issues, which is about the only problem they can all communicate. The categories of stereotypes consist of a princess, the brain, the athlete, the basket case and the criminal.
During school time, Scout is told off by Miss Caroline, and becomes very concerned by Miss Caroline telling her to stop learning to read from her father. This matter obsesses her and she mulls over it endlessly, even going as far as to form a “new grudge against Calpurnia”, who had taught her how to read. Jem is the more secure of the two, perhaps because he is older and therefore more mature. He does not seem to exhibit any fear of the changes brought about by the new school year. Past experience has perhaps taught him that his relationship with his father is secure.
JThe Breakfast Club is a classic stereotypical example of a teenagers basic struggles through high school. The film covers these issues from every social class and every position of the social structure of high school giving it a wide range of sociological outlook. You have a rebel, rich popular girl, nerd, "sporto", and a shy strange pariah. All of these classic examples of high school figures exist in virtually every high school in existence and there for leave for a great sociological study. The conclusion of the film brings the different social figures together forming a strong bond, and leading to the discovery that these teens aren't so different after all.
The movie “The Breakfast Club”, directed by John Hughes, recognises that high school can be a nightmare of identity issues, and the realisation that everyone has them at some point throughout their high school lives. In a scene where they are all discussing what’s going to happen Monday when they are all back to school and whether they’re going to ignore each other. An argument between Claire and Brian makes Claire tell the truth, “I hate having to go along with everything my friends say!” Claire reveals that the pressure the group puts on her forces her to alter her true identity to fit in as she states that she hates going along with what the group says, displaying when she is with them she is not her true self. To belong, an expected requirement is conformity. But by
The preceding sessions focused on getting Harry to minimize his alcohol and substance use and to reach out to his parents with the goal of reconciliation. Harry confided in me that he was ready to quit and he needed my help but was willing to try anything in order to succeed. Our previous sessions also focused on Harry discussing why he felt the need to abuse substances and alcohol and how he hoped to be able to conquer it because he knew he needed to kick the habit in order to succeed in school and to be a productive member of
In the movie The Breakfast Club, five seemingly different adolescents are assigned Saturday detention where they learn that although they each fit a particular stereotype, they all have the same characteristics, but they are expressed differently because they have different experiences, strengths and weaknesses that makes them who they are. In the movie, Bender is the “criminal”, Brian is the “brain” and Allison is the “psychopath.” These five high school students, Andrew, John, Allison, Brian, and Claire, meet in detention one day. The principal wants them to write an essay, and they think they are in for a boring 8 hours of doing nothing. At first, they argue and hate each other, but after smoking some marijuana, they pour their hearts out