Not everybody takes their differences the same way. People react differently. Everybody is not the same. They all have their special unique abilities. In both of the text/interview, “finding her way” and “Kylie project” both show different ways people react to themselves. Everybodys also has their special abilities.
In “finding her way” Angela has a problem of fitting in. For her, she has been in america since she was 2 years old. She was born in korea. Angela’s has problems and deals with them. “In elementary school, it was mostly about appearance, and also my clothes. My family was poor and I didn’t have a lot of clothes. Once I learned English, I was fluent and wasn’t perceived as someone who “speaks with an accent.” She says. Her way of coping or dealing with the people teasing her is that she just ignores them and thinks that they are not even there. It helps her with this situation. Some people might think differently and it shows when Kylie has a problem is “Kylie's project”. The way she deals with it is help from friends and family. In the story it says in the beginning, “I don’t want to bring …show more content…
It shows how you can stand up for yourself or you can depend on somebody to help you. There is a lot of more ways but not shown here. These experiences show the different ways they cope with their struggles. In “finding her way,” the way angela copes with her problems it that she just ignores and thinks that the people who bully her for her differences. In interview it states, “Once in awhile I would talk back, but mostly I would try to ignore them and pretend they didn’t bother me.” This here shows she stands up for themselves. But in “Kylie's Project” she depended on her brother to help her. Kylie had her brother phillip help her feel better. In the story it states, “That is such an awesome picture, Philip. Look at the way the light gleams off Brody’s coat.” she depended on phillip to make her feel
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The supposed “fire” that the two always carried with them, even if their hands were empty, the man’s acceptance that they are low on food and could run out any day, resulting in their slow and painful death from starvation, and the boy’s lack of prejudice whenever they came across a new person who could be a potential danger to their life. It’s mainly a reflection on the highest level, self-actualization, but there is also the occasional instance on them also reflecting the esteem level, depending on the perspective one would look on the instance. It shows that they have their own needs, which could very well be different that the rest of the world’s needs, which is mainly food and
It shows that not everyone is raised in the same environment and not everyone is raised in cities. Some people are able to do certain things where as some people can not. Every person is not made the same, some may have disabilities like Nell, for instance, she has a speech problem. It is only because she grew up secluded from the rest of the world and that was the only way she knew how to talk. Towards the end of the movie, Nell made friends and was able to socialize a lot easier than before. It also seemed as if she had been taught how to talk normal because she said "remember that" to the little girl when they were by the pond. This shows to never judge a book by its cover and that even the worst situations can be
Many times you will find that the characters in this book put others before themselves in a lot of hard situations. Although, it's not in any intense situations, you can still tell that the characters of this story will help each other out no matter what. Getting weight off of someone's shoulders is nice to do for someone, esecially if they have a lot on thier
The characters have lost control of their lives, and are being taken advantage of by their toxic environment. Everyone acts tough but they all share similar insecurities on the inside, however they cannot reveal these inner vulnerabilities without being ridiculed and physically punished. The short stories in this novel are analogies in which the characters have been satirized and are compared to the impoverished people in the real world. To accomplish this, Selby uses a very unique writing
Brooke was a girl whose family had struggled for the longest time to make ends meet. Her father was laid off when they were in sixth grade, and had a hard time finding and keeping a steady job. Brooke had five-year-old twin brothers and had to mature quicker than her peers in order to help her parents out. Brooke’s family was very close knit, due to the fact that they had to all work together to provide and help each
In the article “ Believing in the True Self”, Gloria Steinem explains how different between every human being. Everyone is different, but we do know we have something that is innately the same. The babies might want to reach different toys or have a different personality, but they get frustrated if nobody can figure out what they want. Every child has different interests, but not by their parents force them to get into those interests. Parents need to motivate their children in a positive way, not by punishment. When adults want to show their real side to the world, they might get judged by other people; therefore, they try to hide their true self.
Another quality Nikki embodies is the ability to overcome adversity. Throughout her academic years, Nikki has been forced to deal with family issues beyond her ability to control. Rather than getting caught up in the self-pity and the unfairness of life, Nikki has chosen to view these adversities as opportunities to develop courage, character, and perseverance. Nikki has always taken the initiative to create a support system of external resources including teachers, family, and peers. This was very challenging at first because it meant exposing her inner fears and confronting those
In the text “Finding Her Way” and in the text “Kylie's Project”. Both girl's Kylie and Angela face challenges throughout the text because of there differences. Also the girl's both cope with there challenges different ways. It's both hard for them too overcome there challenges because they are different than everybody else which makes it harder for them too cope with there problems and solve them. In the story “Finding Her Way” it talks about a girl who moved too America from Korea when she was two years old and faces problems as she's growing up in America.
All the sisters have a past and a story, but some stories end sooner then others. The sisters all lose someone important to them, especially Sebastian, Oma, and Casper and they stick together to work through the heartache for better days. Martha looks after them all with a loving and caring heart and always with good intentions. After everything they’ve gone through they push through the bad days and find good days with heartache along the way. Believing in something helps you achieve what your goal is. When you love someone, you aspire to make that person happy no matter the cost, even if it means you yourself are unhappy sometimes. Never lose sight of great importance because not everything lasts forever and the girls will find that out sooner or later, everyone does.
The theme of the story is to put ordinary students into extraordinary situations. Because of these situations, they used their knowledge and their strength in particular things. For example, Elijah used his logic mind to predict what could happen. They overcome all the situations they need to go through when they were trapped in the school.
Kenzie was a lower class girl that everyone talked about. There were these three girl call the mean girls that tried to push her around. But she didn’t care about what people say about her, and that makes the mean girls upset. The mean girls try to push her around and say mean things to her to make her feel bad, but she ignores it the best way she can. She tries not to let words hurt her because she is stronger than that.
It has been proven scientifically that nobody is exactly the same, therefore everybody is different. From the way we speak, from the way we talk, from the way we walk, and from the way we look, nobody is the same. Just like nobody is physically the same, nobody is psychologically the same either, everyone has different likes and dislikes, everyone also has different abilities that another person might have, and it is sometimes that these abilities or traits distinguish a person from the others.
To focus on the idea of how finding closure helps one, one needs to see how living a life without closure can be hard. An example is when Alaska Young is describing the death of her mother to her friends Lara, Takumi, Chip “Colonel”, and
Each individual reflects whom they spend the majority of their time with, usually being family members or immensely close friends. The situations and experiences one has gone through are believed to be what shape a person’s personality and perspective towards life. However, three different persons can be put through the exact same situation, and despite going through the same experiences, the manner in which they choose to handle those situations may not be the same. This is because humans differ in more ways than anyone can imagine. I was born into a fairly decent life. I have a mother, father, siblings, food, and shelter. Of course, no one lives a perfect life, for with my family along came frustration, conflicts, betrayal, anxiety, and depression. Unfortunately, I was present for the entire show, there to witness the
The first character we are going to analyze is Ben Ross, the history teacher of Laurie’s school. The first example of character from Ben is when the book said, “Ben had not meant to shock them, but he’d known that the film would.” (pg. 11) This is an example of values/beliefs and it shows how Ben Ross can go overboard with his lessons. The next example is “STRENGTH THROUGH DISCIPLINE” (pg. 42). This is an example of action/behavior and how Ben Ross is making another one of his projects get out of hand. Finally, there’s when Ben Ross says, “I owe you an apology.” (pg. 135) This is an example of emotional and shows Ben Ross saying he is sorry for doing too much with the project and how out of hand The Wave got. That’s is