The Clique series

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  • Alphas Series Essay

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    The Alphas series is a series of popular books in the young adult genre written by bestselling American-Canadian author Lisi Harrison. The Alphas series is a spin-off from Harrison's other popular young adult series The Clique that first introduced the characters in the Alphas. The debut novel in the series was the 2009 published Alphas which was followed by three other titles culminating in Top of the Feud Chain in 2011. The novels are about an academy founded by a billionaire business woman known

  • My Autobiography Of Reading

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    from the library at the school she attended. I’d wait until she finished, and then get her books and read as much as I could. The books she had checked that I had been really fond of would have to be the Clifford the Big Red Dog and Junie B Jones series. She didn’t really like to read so she would get small books and let me read them. After I had read her books, I would read other things around the house,I also liked to read the Sunday comics. It was around that time I discovered how much I liked

  • Youth Group Friendships Essay

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    Youth Group Friendships Friends are important for people to get through life. They can help with personal problems and are good company. Friends make people feel calmer, more relaxed, and can help take the focus off of stressful tasks. A nice place to find good friends is a youth group. I started attending a youth group of an upscale church in southeast Michigan on a regular basis after finishing my freshman year of high school. I had been going to that church on Sunday mornings since Kindergarten

  • Cliques Can Affect Your Educational Performance

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    Cliques have existed since we were young. You’ve experienced cliques in one way or another, whether it be that group of kids that never talked to anyone but each other, or all of the smart kids that would do their homework together. Even clubs and activities often create cliques, whether intentionally or unintentionally. Deciding if these cliques are good or bad things is often debated, with no conclusive evidence favoring either side. A ten year old student from Carrolton School in Florida wrote

  • Group And Group Dynamics In American Cultures In The Breakfast Club

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    In society, movies and television shows often show aspects of group and group interactions, especially between teenagers. Although there are many examples of this, one movie that shows multiple group dynamics in American culture is The Breakfast Club. The movies shows how aspects of society affect the way that people behave, who they choose to surround themselves with, and how people view others. The Breakfast Club greatly exemplifies group dynamics, in this case, between teenagers. The group

  • Blue Collar Brilliance Analysis

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    with stereotypes. They, like many other groups, face many stereotypes in places like school, home, and work. Every high school has its cliques and because of those cliques, high school students face stereotypes based on the clique they are a part of. There are the straight A students, the jocks, and the druggies. That is just naming a few. For each of those cliques, there are certain stereotypes that associate with each one. For example, the straight A students stereotype is that they always do their

  • High School Cliques

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    Cliques in Schools High school has always been a tough time for most teenagers. It is a time when classes are harder, schedules are tighter and most students are twice as mean. High school “marks a time of extensive and sometimes rapid growth for adolescents” (Clique Formation). A step up from junior high, “the unfamiliar environment subjects students to vast array of new experiences, problems and decisions” (Clique Formation). Most teenagers experience problems once they hit high school like peer

  • Queen Bees & Wannabes : Analysis

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    interesting manner. The first chapter is dedicated primarily to cliques and popularity. There are many different roles to be played in a clique. The Queen Bee is the highest on this list of roles. Her popularity depends on fear and control over the other girls as well as boys. The lowest role on the list is the Target. This girl is the one who is usually singled out, made fun of, left out or humiliated. Sometimes the target is someone in the clique and become the target due to standing up to someone higher

  • The Role Of Teens, And Teen Stereotypes In The Breakfast Club

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    The Breakfast Club was an extraordinary film that dealt with teenagers in detention. Although it looked like a regular movie, it had deep meanings involved with it. The movie showcases a circle of teens who are completely different from each other. At first they didn’t interact with one another, but as the movie goes on they begin to become close friends. The Breakfast Club does a great job at exemplifying the dynamics of a group in society because there are so many associations of people who interact

  • High School Cliques

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    Every school has cliques; small groups of people with similar interests who hang out exclusively with one another. But are cliques harmful to the high school environment? The definition of a clique can go down to a specific detail and its effect has a wide range. Cliques tend to stay on the negative side, so is the 5% of positivity enough to keep high school a safe environment? The classification of cliques is based off of the labels students are given. Labels are usually given to students in middle