None of them took the time to care. They all experienced problems with him and fought to have him expelled from school. All he needed was adult praise and approval. Nobody would help him evolve into life and build his confidence. He needed to be treated as if he was a part of the community and maintains an ability to make a difference.
The main character in Birds, Clouds, Frogs did nothing with his life. He hated his job and went through life with no purpose. He was then given a chance to make a change in his life and possibly contribute a verse, yet didn’t take it, representing a negative example. On the other hand, in O Me! O Life!
But it will not be used now,” (176). He is so closed minded and doesn’t even care that the path has religious and traditional value to the people of the village. When the village priest came to visit Michael and explain why the path was important to them; I felt that Michael wasn’t even listening. He said the purpose of his school: “is to eradicate just such beliefs as that. Dead men do not require footpaths.
I was a “scholarship boy” a certain kind of scholarship boy. Always successful, I was always unconfident. Exhilarated by my progress. Sad. I became the prized student-anxious and eager to learn.
It would also seem that Rodriguez was not full human. “In the last analysis, it is the people themselves who are filed away through the lack of creativity, transformation, and knowledge in this (at best) misguided system.” Rodriguez finally breaks out of the scholarship boy mold he himself formed. As Freire stated, “if men… are searchers and their ontological vocation is humanization, sooner or later they may perceive they contradiction in which banking education seeks to maintain them, and engage themselves in the struggle for [his] liberation.” Rodriguez may have been a banking concept student, but he was not the perfect one. During the early years of Rodriguez’s schooling, he seems like the perfect banking concept student. As Rodriguez’s teacher taught, he would receive, file and store the
Brian practices distinct values, as made clear by the movie. He takes great pride in his intellect and academic prowess. Although he is often pushed to the edge of his abilities by his parents, he continues to be dedicated to his morals, academic prestige, and innocent nature. I have always found myself being labeled as a “nerd”, due to my values when it comes to education. However, such adversities do not deter me, as they do not deter Brian from his strict values.
As Biff’s abilities do not match his father's expectations, he is unable to fulfill his father’s high hopes of a brilliant career in sales. Modern parents should not pressurize their child to perform way beyond the child’s abilities. A child has every right to choose what he wants to do in life and he should not be pushed to do something, which he has, no interest in, nor the talent for it. No doubt, all parents want their children to succeed in life but if a child does not have the aptitude for a particular vocation, why force him to do it? When a child fails to live up to his parents’ expectations, his parents will be disappointed with him.
Even though Dave does earn money from plowing fields he never sees any of it because his parents demand that the money is given to them. This starts to show how Dave’s parents deprive him of love and nurturing and why he needs to break away from his current life to grow into an adult. His parents not only demand all of his wages but also not once do they comfort Dave in any way or tell him that they love him. On the contrary, there is textual detail that shows that Dave has been physically abused by his father and is afraid of it happening again. His father screams, “Yuh wan me t take a tree n beat yuh till yuh talk!” (172).
He also don’t know how to build and use personal power to influences others behavior to achieve his goals. Sometimes he may only care about his own interest but ignore the company’s interest, because he is a very cautious man. For example: when he finds there is a leak after “balance accident”, he just let it pass. He also never talk about business matters with friends to avoids fall into office politics. b) Allen Jones is a branch manager coordinator in Hereford National Bank.
Willy Loman passed his life without much thought what the cause and effects are co. He is so deluded of not being somebody and where he stands in the society, that he cannot let go of his delusions and clings to them until his demise. Nevertheless, this is not due to the fact that he is like any other ordinary man. It is because he is a man who lacks conviction and strength to move past