The Klan continues to threaten Jake with a bomb and burning crosses, Jake’s wife and child have to leave town to avoid danger. Judge Omar Lewis decides to turn down Jake’s request for a change of venue on the grounds that it would be impossible to find a fair and impartial jury in any county in Mississippi. Jury selection begins with protests to “Free Carl Lee” and the Klan protesting outside as well, tensions are high and a riot breaks out. A Klan member is set on fire, the black sheriff is beaten, and Jake is stabbed in the leg. The day ends with the inevitable all white jury. The Klan continues to terrorize the city by burning crosses and burning Jake’s house down. The National Guard is brought into town to prevent riots for the remainder of the trial. The DA, Buckley opens the trail by bringing Cobb’s mother to the stand and showing the gun Carl Lee used to the jury. At the end of the first day Buckley calls Depute Dwayne Luny, the cop who was accidentally shot in the leg the day Carl Lee murdered the two men. Much to the surprise of everyone, Luny does not blame Carl Lee for the loss of his leg, in fact he admits he would have done the same thing if Tonya had been his daughter, he then turns to the jury and repeatedly shouts, “He’s (Carl Lee) a hero- you turn him lose!” the court room uproars in mixed reactions.
They eventually trek up a mountain and see the beast near the top. Simon, Raph, and Jack all flee and run away back to where they came from. Jack has little respect for the rules and argues and speaks when he hasn't gotten the conch. At an assembly back at their camp, Jack challenges Ralph's ability to lead them. Jack sees Ralph as a coward and asks who thinks Ralph is unfit to lead them as chief. When nobody answers, Jack is humiliated and angry and leaves the other boys to start his own group on the other side of the island. Piggy, with his intellectual daring, suggests that they move the fire to the base of the island so that they wouldn't have to deal with the beast. Their camp runs smoothly at first without Jack; even though some more boys leave to join Jack. Jack invites all the boys to a feast and to join his group. At the place, a scuffle breaks out and in the end, Simon was murdered. Ralph, Piggy, the twins and some littleuns live together now and all the other boys lived in Jack's group of hunting and living under Jack's rule. Jack's tribe, however, lacks an essential survival tool that Ralph's group has: fire. Jack and some other steal and break Piggy's specs and use them to
By following the map’s directions, they come upon a run-down restaurant owned by the treacherous Fratelli family. They make their way down to the basement after the Fratelli’s leave, and discover a counterfeit machine, a murder victim, and a passageway to "One-eyed" Willy’s underground tunnels. By this time, two of Brandon’s friends (Stephanie and Andy) show up and join the group on their adventure. Chunk is somehow left behind in the restaurant and is sent to find help while the others travel through the tunnels searching for the treasure.
Jesse and Dexter talk. She tells him that the night before she heard Rita and Buck saying that he killed their bus driver. She gets scared and starts to cry. After hearing this, the boys decide that they need to leave. Back at Valley Gardens the parents are receiving the phone calls from Juan regarding the ransom. All the parents are discussing with their spouses the amount of the ransom are making plans to get the money except. But, Dexter’s uncle still hasn’t heard about the kidnapping yet. The parents are also faced with the question of whether or not to call the police. Back at the cabin, the kids finally decide that Marianne will distract Rita while Buck’s gone so Jesse can sneak and get the keys to the storage room to unlock the boys later. When Buck comes home, he and Rita go to sleep and the girls unlock the boys. The plan is to have Dexter hotwire the car with Glenn’s help, and for Bruce to transport messages between the boys and girls. Jesse and Marianne go back to the bunk beds and await the message from Bruce that they are ready when she hears Buck get out of bed and go into the kitchen. She tries to get Buck to go back to bed when the door comes open slowly and in walks Bruce. Bruce says quietly that they got the car hotwired, then he sees Buck. Jesse shouts ‘run’ and all three boys take off down the hill. The girls screamed when a pistol shot rang out throughout the forest. They saw a dark figure drop onto the ground. Once in
Regardless, the journey south continues where they find a house, full of valuables for the cold weather that the boy and father are able to garner. In this short time a group of cannibals arrive to the house they are in, and it is revealed that they are keeping a hoard of humans locked up in a cellar to feast on. Though the father is not as shocked as he would have liked to have been, the boy is absolutely horrified and is the key moment where the boy realizes that the world truly is dead. Both the father and son are able to sneak out of the house undetected, and are forced to wait in a bush near the house to keep from alerting anyone inside of their presence. Once they get back on the road, they stumble upon a patch of land full of apples, and a barn, which has fresh water stored underneath it. The spoils of their journey does the job in refreshing both the father and son, and gets them to their next destination. Arriving at a house that the father has decided they will camp at, he goes to do some exploring. In the exploring he manages to find a bomb shelter, never before plundered for its goods. The father and the boy load their cart full with food and wait a few days to spoil themselves at the bomb shelter. Once back on the road they run into an old man whom does not mean trouble unlike every other character in the road, but instead is seemingly lifeless and
Lee Lorch is a math magician. And he is also a civil right activist. He got his education at Cincinnati University. He studied and earned a PHD for mathematics. He later became a teacher for a college in New York City. He was a leader of a campaign to desegregate Stuyvesant Town, a very large housing community on the east side of Manhattan. He later helped making housing Discrimination illegal nationwide, but it also resulted in losing his job. Lee and his wife (Grace Lorch) then moved on to the Southern of the United Stated of America. He then became a part of the Civil Rights struggle while also teaching at several black colleges trying to persuade a lot of black students to pursue there education by getting a PHD. He then ended
When Dale accepted the position as coach and history and civics teacher thought he would be welcome with open arms. When he got to the high school he stop a teacher to ask her where the principal office was, she told him that the office was up the stairs and she thought they were hiring a younger person to be the head coach. As she proceed to question him he interrupts her question by stating this felt like an interview and he thought he already had the job. The teacher did not like his response and walked off. Dale showed the teacher and the townsmen that he was not a person that was going to take orders from them when it came to the basketball team. The townsmen corner Dale
Tom goes with Huckleberry to a graveyard and both of them witness the murder of Dr. Robinson by Injun Joe. The town thinks Tom, Huck, and Joe are dead after the three of them flee town. Tom secretly goes back to town without anyone knowing and listens in on the commotion that is happening in town. Tom decides to return to town during the funeral planned for him and his fellow friends. When tom returns to school he takes the blame for the book that had been damaged by Becky to get back on her good side. In court Tom testifies against Injun Joe, he ends up escaping the court house. When summer comes the boys decide to go hunting for treasure. While hunting for treasure they find Injun Joe who is looking into burying treasure. Huck stays and watches him while Tom goes on a picnic with the school. Tom and Becky go to the mysterious McDougal’s cave while in the cave the two seem to get lost in the cave for a couple of days. Huck finds out that Joe has planned
Jack using his hunting skills finds a pig and attempts to catch it but fails. On his way back to the beach he finds Simon and Ralph building shelters by themselves. Ralph begins to get frustrated because the hut he working on keeps falling apart. He states that everyone would be excited about an idea and work on it for a few days but then they lose interest and do their own thing. Jack reminds Ralph that he is chief and he should tell the other boys off. Ralph then pointed out that Jack always goes out to hunt but never bring any meat back. Jack argument is that everyone wants meat and that he will soon catch a pig. Ralph bring up that the little ones are having nightmares at night as a reason to have shelters because it’ll resemble a home
Lee Waite lives on his sixty acres of land, with his family. He usually sits on the porch to see if anyone tries to trespass, since he received the phone call from his friend Joseph Eagle that people are hunting on his land. One day he hears people on his land, and gets his gun and moves towards them. He tells them to leave immediately. That night when he goes back home, he talks to his wife, Nina, about leasing some of his land.
Choosing a favorite teacher is fairly difficult when one puts into account all the types of teachers they have known, all of them are important. Teachers are the second most important people in our lives, right after our parents. Teachers are persuasive and have the power to build a child up from an immature student to become a responsible adult; or they can completely and utterly crush a students hopes and dreams.
Pignati is recovering at the hospital, John and Lorraine continue to go to his house as it has become a habit. A sudden feeling of love develops between John and Lorraine, and they kiss for the first time. The night before Mr. Pignati was supposed to return from the hospital, John and Lorraine decided to host a small get together with beer, wine, and some of Mr. Pignati’s rare hors ‘d'oeuvres. What was a small get together soon grew into a full out party with many people from John and Lorraine’s school. Anger-strucken Norton, who was not invited to the party, suddenly showed up and saw his opportunity to rob Mr. Pignati. Unfortunately, John had been too drunk to prevent Norton from adventuring through Mr. Pignati’s house, destroying his pigs, and stealing his oscilloscope. After realizing this, John proceeded to become involved in a predicament with Norton, until Mr. Pignati showed up at the door with the police by his side. The mortification from Mr. Pignati seeing the destruction of his house was enough punishment, but following the party, the police escorted John and Lorraine home where they were frowned upon by their parents. The proceeding day, John and Lorraine called Mr. Pignati, and tried to explain what happened, and eventually asked if he wanted to go to the zoo. He seemed to have forgiven them, but he seemed very weak and
A teacher needs to be flexible and adaptable due to schedule changes, adapting lessons, gaining new students, adapting to various behaviors and various academic levels of students. A teacher needs to be assertive when advocating for the needs of their students, themselves and for their peers. To be outstanding you have to have compassion towards your peers, your students and their families. A teacher always need to be prepared for their day including designing lessons, creating materials, writing IEP's, knowing students levels, handling any behavior, that anything can happen and always have extra work. A teacher should be able to Multitask, you have to wear lots of hats in this field such as a mother figure, nurse, friend, disciplinarian, enemy,
School started and isn’t fun for the kids. The other kids are sometimes mean to them because of the Robinson case. Scout had a class discussion about the Jews and Hitler. Scout thinks her teacher is a hypocrite because she was on the jury of the Tom Robinson trail and taught that in America we don’t persecute anyone. Mr. Ewell got a job but, was fired a few days later. Judge Taylor saw a shadow of someone or something in his house. Mr. Dea’s came to the Ewell house and yelled at them. Mr. Ewell followed Helen and cursed at her.