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No one could ever know me No one could ever see me Seems you're the only one who knows What it's like to be me Someone to face the day with Make it through all the rest with Someone I'll always laugh with Even at my worst I'm best with you, yeah It's like you're always stuck in second gear And it hasn't been your day, your week, your month, or even your year I'll be there for you I'll be there for you I'll be there for you 'Cuz you're there for me too Sometimes in our lives we all have pain We all have sorrow But if we are wise We know that there's always tomorrow Lean on me, when you're not strong And I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on For it won't be long 'Til I'm gonna need Somebody to lean on Please swallow your pride If I have things you need to borrow For no one can fill those of your needs That you don't let show Lean on me, when you're not strong And I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on For it won't be long 'Til I'm gonna need Somebody to lean on If there is a load you have to bear That you can't carry I'm right up the road I'll share your load If you just call me So just call on me brother, when you need a hand We all need somebody to lean on I just might have a problem that you'd understand We all need somebody to lean on Lean on me when you're not strong And I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on For it won't be long Till I'm gonna need Somebody to lean on Lean on me Read and discuss the following poems and quotes about friendship.
Provide the words on a transparency or handout and have the students respond to them in their journals. Afterward, assign to them for homework to find an example of friendship from the media a song, poem, quote, book, short story, movie, or TV show episode, etc. Have them bring it in and share it read it out loud, show a clip, play a song, etc. A ruddy drop of manly blood The surging sea outweighs; The world uncertain comes and goes, The lover rooted stays.
I fancied he was fled, And, after many a year, Glowed unexhausted kindliness Like daily sunrise there. My careful heart was free again- O friend, my bosom said, Through thee alone the sky is arched, Through thee the rose is red, All things through thee takes nobler form And look beyond the earth, The mill-round of our fate appears A sun-path in thy worth. Me too thy nobleness has taught To master my despair; The fountains of my hidden life Are through thy friendship fair.
The holly is dark when the rose-briar blooms,. People need people and friends need friends And we all need love for a full life depends Not on vast riches or great acclaim, Not on success or on worldly fame, But just in knowing that someone cares And holds us close in their thoughts and prayers- For only the knowledge that we're understood Makes everyday living feel wonderfully good, And we rob ourselves of life's greatest need When we "lock up our hearts" and fail to heed The outstretched hand reaching to find A kindred spirit whose heart and mind Are lonely and longing to somehow share Our joys and sorrows and to make us aware That life's completeness and richness depends On the things we share with our loved ones and friends.
The Novels. Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes is a light novel and an easy read, so little discussion is needed. Students can be journaling as they read either as an in class activity or for homework. Author Chris Crutcher dedicates this book "for all those who finally stand up for themselves. What has to happen to get them there?
Narrator Eric Calhoun "Moby" seems to think of himself as Sarah's only real friend.
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But super loser Dale Thornton is the person she tells what really happened when she was burned. Why do you think she chooses Dale to confide in? Sarah Byrnes has spent a lifetime standing up for herself but it hasn't made her safe or happy. What additional lessons or skills does she pick up in the course of the book? After the abortion discussion in Contemporary American Thought class, Mark Brittain attempts to kill himself.
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Does the educational value of the class outweigh its risks-why or why not? Why do you think the author tells the story in this way-what does he gain? Why do you think the book ends with Carver, a Vietnam veteran, breaking the law to see that Sarah's dad is caught and punished? Moby's dad left the family before Moby was born and Sarah's mother runs out on her daughter not just once, but twice.
Yet there are several strong adults-parents, a teacher, a minister-who help the kids and who have their respect. What qualities do you notice in the "good" adults? Do they seem realistic? Play your students some of the music mentioned in the novel. How would it personify them? The novel, A Separate Peace might be harder for students to read and understand, so more discussion may be needed. Students can also continue to journal, and their journal entries could be used to start discussions. Does competition bring out the best or the worst in people?
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List some of the pros and cons of competition. Considering your list, do you think competition is healthy or unhealthy? How do you think competitiveness affects a friendship between two teenagers? Gene believes blitzball is a perfect game for Finny. Explain how the game is played.
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Describe the awards Finny has won. What record does he break? What do the awards and his refusal to make his accomplishment public suggest about him? How did Gene deal with his friendship with Finny after the accident?
Would you have done anything differently? Why or why not? Contrast the mood at Devon during the summer session and fall session. What are al least three factors that might account for this change in mood? Why is it surprising that Elwin Leper Lepellier is the first Devon boy to enlist? In what ways is he different from the other boys who talk of enlisting? Would you enlist? Why or Why not? Do you believe that the writer of the essay and Gene are referring to the same enemy — innocence? Do you believe every person must leave his or her innocence behind in order to mature?
Does Finny lose his innocence? Show students the movie version of A Separate Peace or just clips of it, either as they read or after. There are two movie versions, one filmed in and one filmed in that was made for TV. The version might appeal to students more than the version. Young Adult Literature Selections. Jerome teaches Bix about basketball; Bix teaches Jerome about life.
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Alvine During her high school years, Chelsey discovers much about her mother, herself, and the nature of true friendship. Living in s on a small Atlantic coastal island, Louise finds herself at odds with her family and the social expectations of her times. In order to discover her own path in life, Louise must overcome her jealousy of her beautiful and talented sister.
Because she want to be his friend, even though she knows he hates girls, Casey lets him think she is a boy. Her struggle to keep secret and her new position within the family ass interest to her summer. They certainly can never please their parents, and school is a chore.
To pass the time, they play pranks on unsuspecting people. It's during one of these pranks that they meet the "Pigman"--a fat, balding old man with a zany smile plastered on his face. In spite of themselves, John and Lorraine soon find that they're caught up in Mr. Pignati's zest for life. In fact, they become so involved that they begin to destroy the only corner of the world that's ever mattered to them.
By the time the mothers began drifting apart, the girls were old enough to maintain their own close friendships, and the book opens with their getting ready for the first summer they will be apart. Donelson Freak who has a physical disability called Morquio's Syndrome. The story is filled with humor, action, and drama, but more importantly, filled with important life lessons.
Any book from the Harry Potter series by J. Concluding Activities. By the end of this unit students should have a clear understanding of both novels. They should also have gained helpful insights into their own lives and friendships. One possible concluding activity could be to have students write a paper about the differences and similarities between A Separate Peace and Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes.
Another possibilities would be to have students do a project on what they have learned about friendship and present it to the class. They can use their journal entries as well as references from the texts. They can also talk about their best friend, or a friend that has had a significant impact on their life, and they can invite that friend to come to class to watch their presentation. The point of either activity is to help students put together what they have learned from this unit and to look inside of themselves, not just inside the novels.
Works Cited. Alvine, Lynne and Devon Duffy. Joan F. Norwood, MA. Book information page for The Pigman. November, 23, This leads him to project many of his insecurities onto his best friend Finny, and ends up destroying Finny in the process. While the backdrop of World War II is very real for Gene, it coincides with his own war: the war against the enemy within.
The novel begins with Gene Forrester visiting his high school, the Devon School, in a small town in New Hampshire 15 years after his graduation. He has come to visit two specific sites: the marble stairs in the First Academy Building, and the tree that juts out over the Devon River. The novel flashes back to 15 years ago, during a special Summer Session instituted to fast-track the boys into World War II.
It turns out that the tree once had rungs in it that allowed the boys to climb the tree, walk out onto a branch, and jump into the river. Finny goes first, and Gene, feeling pressured, follows suit.
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Finny is brutally honest, has no use for rules or regulations he views as a waste of time, and he is naturally graceful and athletic. Finny is constantly distracting Gene from his studies by coming up with new and exciting activities to do instead, and Gene begins to wonder if this is on purpose. He wonders if Finny is in a competition with Gene, athletically and academically. Finny loses his balance and tumbles out of the tree, landing on the bank below.