Essay on The Moral Value of the Movie Take the Lead

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Good evening to Madam Sathiadevi and my fellow classmates. It is indeed a great pleasure to spend this wonderful evening with all of you today. Today I’ll be talking about a moral value that I have learned from the movie ‘Take the Lead’. The value that I learned is self-confidence when the polite ballroom dance instructor Pierre Dulaine sees a teenager vandalizing a car and on the next day he volunteers to teach dance to students to give value, dignity, trust and teamwork. Eventhough the teenagers who prefer hip-hop or rap, think it wasn’t a great idea but Dulaine catches the students' attention with a tango session and they started practicing ballroom dancing. Dulaine received criticism from parents and teachers who has got no hope on the kids and they believed that the kids need more classes on education and less in dance, but Dulaine explained them what is he up to and the students did not give on their ballroom dancing and they eventually compete in a dance contest but the important thing isn't winning, but making a difference. The self-confident Dulaine had in him has made the difference.
Self-confidence is a very first step to progress, development, achievement and success. It is the confidence of the type: "I can do this". Self-confidence is the one thing that is much more important than many other ability and traits. If you do not have self-confidence, whatever you do will never achieve success at all. The fruits of what you do without self-confidence are lost.…