The book, The Skin I’m In, by Sharon G. Flake teaches us about everyone has their own beauty. The main character Maleeka is a 7th grader and her skin color is darker than the people in her school. Many people tease just because her skin color is different than the others. Maleeka sees herself as broken. The conflict is man vs man because Maleeka is fighting how to accept herself. I used a broken mirror to represent how Maleeka cannot accept herself. I used a gray back ground to represent Maleeka’s sadness. Her teacher Miss Saunders has a mark on her face and the teacher are very confidence about that so I used a mirror of her seen herself as a very beautiful women and I used a yellow background to show her confidence and brightness in heart.
The Luminous Summer
In the luminous summer.
The sun is beating down in the middle of the day.
We the people, drinking more water tossing
the plastics into the ocean.
We the people destroy
the home of the feisty fish and crashing the colorful coral into dust.
This is happening because of us.
We feel sorry for them.
The dolphin won’t even come up for air to breath and just keeps swimming
below the desperately in the disheveled ocean
that used to be blue and shinning.
The beach is all full of
burning garbage and rotten fish bodies bloody on the dirty sand.
The wind blows though the miserable ocean.
All of the miserable problems are all caused by us the people.
We feel sorry for them.
We the people, are keep polluting the ocean.
We feel sorry for them.
In the Story “The Aged Mother” the leader was a dynamic character that changed from a horrible leader to a kind leader. The leader starts out by creating the cruel law that all old people will get killed. He also created a cruel law in which “the entire province was given strict orders to immediately put to death all aged people” (Basho paragraph 2) He created a rule for the old people to die because the leader thinks that the old people are useless. The leader changed his mind at the end of the story by getting rid of the cruel law that he created because the . At the end of the story the leader says “with the crown of snow, there cometh wisdom!” (Basho last paragraph) the leader likes old people and then he cancels the cruel law.
The character I picked from Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare is Hermia. I picked this picture for Hermia because I think Hermia is a beautiful blonde haired lady.
In the story “A sound of Thunder” the main theme is a small action can impact the world in a big way.
In the story Travis always said to stay on the pass. When the Travis said: “Stay on the path. Don’t go off. I repeat. Don’t go off. For any reason!” (225 Bradbury). This shows how important to stay on the path is because they do not want to change the future. If the future is changed by a small way at the past it could change the future in a bad way.
The “Sound of Thunder” Eckels killed a butterfly and change a lot of thing in the future. When the Travis tell Eckels how important to stay on the path Travis say: “For want ten mice, a fox will die. For want of ten foxes, a lion starves. For want of a lion all matter of insects, vulture” (226 Bradbury) This shows how important to say on the path and don’t kill anything unless they tell you to shoot. Since Eckels killed a butterfly everything changes in the future.
The Bradbury was try to teach a lesson to the readers of “A Sound of Thunder” Pay attention to the small details because a small details could affect a big thing in the future.
Do you ever feel a shame just because you look different than the other student in your school? In this story “Fish Cheeks” the main character Amy, the protagonist, felt ashamed because she is a traditional Chinese girl and because of this she feels and looks different than the other students.
Amy is a traditional Chinese girl. They have traditional Chinese Christmas so Amy’s family serve fish cheeks but minister’s family is from America. Amy felt ashamed of her Family and herself because Amy is embarrassing in font the minister family. According to the text, “What a terrible disappointment would he feel upon seeing not a roasted turkey and sweet potatoes but Chinese food?” (Tan 1). Later in the story Amy is ashamed and embarrass of her family then her mother told: Your only shame is to have shame” (Tan page2). After a few years Amy understand doesn’t be a shame who you are where do you from, just be yourself. Amy is proud of her because she feels of herself because she is Chinese and she felt proud of herself.
The found poem above was taken from “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” by: W.D. Wetherell on page four at the fourth and fifth paragraph. It shows the internal conflict of when “the boy”, the protagonist, is making a decision between the bass and Sheila. Both of them are the “tug of (his) heart”. This shows that the character is forced to make a decision between the bass or Sheila. In the denouement the protagonist was not happy because he let the bass go and he gave up his passion for Sheila.