Ender’s game is a very inspiration story about you can do anything you want, if you have the guts. A young boy would was raise up with his older siblings as being a outcast, showed them all. How others opinion around him couldn't sway him away from doing what he felt right. In some ways he even surprised him self in more ways than just one. Becoming a great leader and person at the would do whatever it takes to become recognized, even on accident sometimes. Ender Wiggin goes to a school for young geniuses called Battle School, it is mainly military oriented. There a man who helped run the Battle School named, Colonel Graff, saw potential in the young Ender, and attempted to separate him from the others. Battle School is where Ender met all of his friends, experience all of his training, and achieve some surprising feats. Even with some launchies not liking or agreeing with the other launches, friendships were still made. Ender’s potential seems somewhat more of a leader by nature, and slowly his peers are slowly seeing it. Being the first launch to get promoted to the Salamander’s Army from the rest of the launches, was a blessing and a curse for Ender. Getting shown that no one in the Army wanted him there, he had to befriend the only girl in the Army, Petra, with her, he began training on his own to hone his skills. He began to teach his launch friend what he learn from his backyard training, most didn't agree with training at that level they were at. That was just one of the reasons he was traded to the Rat Army, he slowly realized this was the better Army for him to blossom, especially with a platoon leader like Dink. Even with all of the soldiers hating him for teaching the launches what he had learn, he still stuck by their side at all cost. Because of all of the attention to Ender and his friends, he had to face the consequences, while they were training, they got into a altercation with soldiers, in which he injured four of the boys. It is then made very clear that the teachers at the school is leaving Ender to fend for himself, but unknowingly to Ender it makes him more durable and strong. A quote from the book saying “ Thats the problem with winning right from the start, Ender thought. You lose.” (page 184). From those enemies he made by being a leader, he made more friends and closer bonds with the friends he had before, and it was cause of the enemies. Being away from Ender for such long time, his siblings Valentine and Peter, they feel as if they wanted to have some sort of impact in the world, especially a positive one. While all of this is happening, Ender has been promoted to the platoon leader in Phoenix Army under the command of Petra at just the age of nine.Everyone sees what he now has to offer and they accept it with open arms, especially his training sessions, he was stuck in the mind game for a time, a game he was once expert at. It all change once he got a letter from his sister Valentine, convince to send it to Ender by Colonel Graff, which put his mind game playing back to what it once was. Remembering his life before Battle School was the best help for Ender, being constantly stress, his love for his sister put everything back into place. Once again Ender has been recognized for such hard work from him, and is the commander of the Dragon Army and is given soldiers, mostly launches. Knowing that Ender was given a Army to lead on his own, all of his battles were nearly impossible to win, but with Ender’s guidance they won every single one of there battles. Each of the platoons of the Army acted as if they were their own team, doing something totally different from what
What Does the Giant’s Game Really Signify? (Ender’s Game)
At first, the Giant’s Game is an unwinnable game designed by the Battle School in order to teach recruits how to think through different scenarios, despite the fact that the result is always failure. From Ender’s viewpoint, the Giant’s Game feels like to him a challenge that must be beaten at all costs. At one point he even becomes obsessed with the game, playing it in desperate attempts to beat…
2 December 2014
I. Principle of Leader.
Ender is a natural born leader; he was the reason that all the buggers were defeated. One thing that really showed that he was that he was willing to sacrifice for the greater good, like when he had a choice to leave his family and go to battle school, he chose to leave and go to battle school and kill defeat the buggers. People are intimidated by him because he out shines everyone like Stilson and…
ENDER V.S PETER
In Ender’s game by Orson Scott Ender and Peter are brothers that are alike in many ways which they do not even notice but want to be different, completely different but cannot help but be somewhat alike. Ender is a smart nonviolent genuine hearted child, while Peter, on the other hand, is a cold violent but smart young man but peter has an odd edge about him. Throughout Ender’s game these points can be highlighted and expressed…
limitations while they do not qualify themselves as heroes. Both, Ender Wigging and Martin Luther King portray the characteristics of regular individual, standing for what is right as well as dealing with their own personal issues both physically and psychologically.
Ender’s Game is a fictional book written by Scott Carter, which the main plot is to destroy a race called the buggers, where the main character is Ender. From birth Ender was watched by elders, and was believed to be the future hero…
Ender’s Game: Dialectical Journal
|Quotation |Response (Choose an option) |
|Write down a sentence or brief passage that makes you think and that you believe is |Make a connection between the event and an example from history, current events, or your own experience. |
|significant. DO NOT PARAPHRASE…
have. Da mådesudsagnsordet (modalverbet) would
allerede er finit (bøjet) kan det ikke sættes sammen med endnu et finit (bøjet) verbum (udsagnsord) i det
samme verballed (udsagnsled). Hjælpeverbet to have skal derfor være i navneform (infinitiv).
2. In Lagos life was more comfortably and the children were happier.
Korrekt sætning: In Lagos life was more comfortable and the children were happier.
Forklaring: Forkert brug af biordet (adverbium) - det er navneordet (substantivet) life som beskrives…
- Inside and Outside Ground Strokes (Forehands and Backhands) -- Outside Ground Strokes --- Outside ground strokes occur when the ball crosses in front of a player’s body and is moving away or to the outside (see figures 1 & 2 below).
-- Inside Ground Strokes --- Inside ground strokes occur when the ball does not cross in front of a player’s body and the ball is coming into or inside the body and doesn’t cross the body (see figures 3 & 4 below – dotted line is the incoming…
University of Sunderland
Community and Youth Work Studies (BA Hons)
Education in Community and Youth Work
Tutor : Ilona Buchroth
Student : Valerie Ender
Date : 16th January 2012
Please use your understanding of critical educational theory to analyse a case study from community and youth work practice.
“Our aspiration is for a more socially mobile and just society, where young people can be
the authors of their own life story.” (Tim Loughton MP, 2011)…
purposefulness. They are eager to tackle new tasks, join in activities with peers and discover what they can do with the help of adults. They also make strides in conscience development. 2. What is self-concept The set of attributes abilities attitudes and values that an individual believes defines who he or she is 2. A. How do young children describe themselves Preschoolers self concepts consist largely of observable characteristics such as their name physical appearance possessions and everyday…
Chapter 2: Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance: Refers to the relationship among the board of directors, top management, and shareholders in determining the direction and performance of the corporation.
Corporate Governance: Role of the Board in strategic management:
Monitor what is happening inside and outside the corporation
Evaluate & review management proposals, decisions and actions
Vote decisions with long-term consequences
Establish/Approve strategy, mission, vision