Early on in the semester Pudge is kicked out of his World Religion class for daydreaming and is admonished by his teacher, Dr. Hyde, for not being present in the moment. Pudge grows closer to his new friends as the Colonel is kicked out of every basketball game for jeering too much, Alaska tutors Pudge in pre-calculus, and the group is caught smoking by the dean of students, Mr. Starnes (known as the Eagle), at their favourite hangout spot, the Smoking Hole. An important element to their friendship is trust. Although Takumi reveals Alaska was the one who ratted out her roommate the year before and Pudge is unsure about trusting Alaska, he agrees to stay on campus with her for the Thanksgiving break. The two spend their time snooping through other students’ rooms, watching porn together, and eating Thanksgiving at the Colonel’s house with his mother.
He is the high school misfit. He does everything he can to get on people nerves, and goes out of the way to break the rules. All of these kids end up in a Saturday detention. They have to sit in the school library for almost nine hours and are not allowed to talk or move. All they can do is write a one thousand word essay about who each person thinks they are.
He is the one who introduces the concept of phoniness. It starts with Holden telling the readers that he was yet again being kicked out of another school, this time for failing four out of his five courses. Holden could easily pass, but he refuses to do the work. Pencey is a good school, but Holden can only focus on the phoniness of the school and the students. Pencey’s ad says that they have been “Molding boys into splendid, clear-thinking young men” (2).
The Genre of this movie is Comedy, Sports, and given a MPAA film rating of PG. In the movie Here Comes the Boom, schoolteacher Scott Voss (Kevin James), can barely drag himself into his classroom much less teach anybody anything. Sure, he remembers those days when he cared: The dude was Teacher of the Year a decade ago. But between the friction created by the system and his own lack of enthusiasm, Scott began to slow down almost to a stop. Scott gets a wakeup call during a school faculty meeting.
It happened in school, in the fourth form, a teacher for some offence stood him in a corner next to the board, and there and then Nicholson smeared his face with chalk and became a clown. "So I stayed such a class clown over all of the school years." At the beginning of Nicholson's career, as he was a young boy, he was ready to do any work on the "factory of dreams", and very few would dare to predict that he will become one of the movie-legends: ten years Nicholson starred in the low-budget films, a lot of which were directed by Roger Corman. But in 1969 thirty-two-year-old actor attracted the attention of Hollywood in the Dennis Hopper's film "Easy Rider", which became one of the landmarks of film era of the '60s. His first Oscar Jack Nicholson won for amazingly performed role of Randy Patrick McMurphy in Milos Forman's film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
At school, Charlie finds a friend and mentor in his English teacher, Bill. He also overcomes his shyness and approaches a classmate, Patrick along with his step-sister Sam, at a football game. They become two of Charlie's best friends, they were both outcast. During the course of the school year, Charlie has his first date and his first kiss, he deals with bullies, he experiments with drugs and drinking, and he makes friends, loses them, and gains them back. He creates his own soundtrack through a series of mix tapes full of iconic songs, reads a huge stack of classic books that his English teacher give him because he see that Charlie can go very far in his future.
The teacher then gives him a detention until half past two. He starts to feel anxious and confused because he hasn’t learnt time yet. ‘First Day at School’ is about a young child that on their first day at school. He starts to get worried and confused because of not being at his safe home. He misunderstands many things like he thinks classrooms are glassrooms and he thinks lessons are called lessins which he thinks are small and slimy creatures.
However, such adversities do not deter me, as they do not deter Brian from his strict values. Brian is shown to occupy numerous statuses throughout The Breakfast Club. The most blatant of such statuses is that of a nerd, due to his love academics (he is a part of many academic clubs). Another status of Brian’s is that of an outcast from “popular society”. Being a nerd in his school is to be labeled “a nobody”, at least outside of his academic scene.
All of the students were sitting in awkward silence except for Bender who was causing problems with the principal. The students felt that something needed to change so they started expanding their horizons by talking with the other students, and telling one another a little bit about themselves. Eventually the students all started to get to know one another. Andrew, the jock of the group, is constantly forced by his overbearing father to be the best athlete that he can be. This causes Andrew to be very supportive of everyone in the group and encourages his peers to tell everyone in the group a little bit about themselves.
Paul’s Case The short story Paul’s Case by Willa Cather, is about a boy named Paul that is a troublesome teenager trying to find himself. As the story opens he is at a meeting with the school’s faculty and the school’s principal, over the discussion of Paul being suspended from school a week ago. The faculty members have a hard time understanding Paul but at the same time feel for Paul and want to give him the benefit of the doubt. Paul works as an usher where he loses himself at work with his obsession over art and theatre. “When the symphony began, Paul sank into one of the rear seats with a long sigh of relief, and lost himself as he had done before the Rico” (81).