Engaging The Teens I believe that community is one of the most important aspects of life and how we live each day. I think communities are vital to society and without them there is no need for human life. I believe that the leaders of the communities should focus on engaging the adolescence as opposed to young children and older folks. There are many reasons why adolescents should be major targets in the community. It can be very hard to get them involved in the community, but the results can change their lives forever.
Overcoming a Failure Growing up is a learning experience, and sometimes it is difficult for us to understand why things happen or how to process them. When young people fall in love they fall hard, immature or inexperienced the love is great, but when they fall apart, the pain is greater. Throughout life and especially with love it is important to always continue to move forward, adapt, and overcome our failures. It was through failure that I realized the true strength within me, a strength which allowed me to endure and survive. It is easy to fall in love, but staying in love is a whole other challenge.
Didacticism is used in this excerpt. The author wants to teach the audience a lesson; Act when you have to, because action is better than inaction. Furthermore, this theme could be used in my life often. If at school, someone is being teased I could react and try to stop it, or I could just walk away, but it is smarter to act right away. I once came across this kind of situation where two of my friends were fighting about something very insignificant.
“With youth struggling, I’m hearing the voices, some kids are doing good but some have bad choices.” This quote means that he sees’s kids struggling and making bad decisions and his conscience is telling him to do something about it. In this song, D-Pryde uses rhyme to make the song catchy. It also makes the listener hooked to the song. “So, keep your head up homie as long as it’s true, and if you have a bad day then this song is for you.” In this verse he rhymes true and you together to make it catchy. The rhyming also makes the song interesting.
Edward makes a good impression and even falls in love with Peg's high school daughter Kim, but after a robbery with a framed Edward as the culprit, things in his life begin to go downhill. David and Edward have similar qualities in their personalities; in the way they address their challenges and social life. Through their curiosity to learn and understand they cope with the challenges in which they face. Each text shows different challenges, different ways to cope with their challenges but both bring the character to discover truth, and become wiser, stronger people. The texts uses different techniques to show emotion and the difficulty in faces these challenges, but each teach the same lesson of getting through their challenges, to go on with life, and learn from past
Those early events in life seemed, then, so earth shattering. That first step truly does transforms one’s world, opening so many doors, inclusive of that first, shaky bike ride. Yet, Sexton also explains that courage is more than acts of personal achievement: it is also the internalization of pain to protect oneself from the insults and injustices of others. So vulnerable to life’s cruelties, children must find ways to contrive some of their courage. Thus, they “Drank their acid / and concealed it” (LL.
A rite as simple as reading rude words out loud can produce a measurable effect. (Group influence on teens) Once we are in a group it starts to shape us through conformity, pulling our attitudes and behavior in line with others, threatening us with ostracism if we dare to rebel and, when facing rival groups, firing our competitive spirit. We try to shape the group as well, by sometimes repeating our opinions. This helps to convince others we are voicing the majority view. Still, people are notoriously resistant to change.
Many young people across the world are in the same struggle, trying to find their place in life, and constantly struggling upstream against society. The value of a book like this is significant because it educates the youth of the world on the struggles of finding your place in life, and greatly relates to our youth on a personal level. The second conflict in the novel is Holden’s struggle versus himself. At Pency Prep, and throughout the novel, Holden always talks about how fake everyone around him is. He hates cheap and phony people, and cannot seem to find anyone in the world that is not cheap and phony.
And censor ship protects against sexism and racism. We are all familiar with the saying of children are future leaders. Many folks have devoted their time to molding the futures of many children. Media censorship aims to protect them against sexism, racism and segregation. That way children are raised well and with admirable social values.
It means that one has to use action to get through one’s life struggles and learn from them, the actions one takes can make you wise. “But the struggles make you stronger and the changes make you wise” (Gary Allen). When life is a rough, when it has its struggles one learns from the troubles in life and makes one’s life better. Both the song and this quote have similar meanings. They both describe how one goes through life learning from life’s struggles.