The Similarities and Differences between See Saw, The Outsiders, The Cool Crowd, and Handling Anger and Resolving Conflict
The Outsiders, See Saw, the Cool Crowd, and Handling Anger and Resolving Conflict. The similarities? The differences? Read to find out. The Outsiders is enjoyable for all ages and entertaining, while See Saw shows what people can do and interesting I thought. While the Cool Crowd was a little more educational and school bound. Finally, Handling Anger and Restoring Conflict was also more educational and was a was more of a learning story.
The similarities between these four stories are that all of these stories have a lesson. The lesson in See Saw is to not prejudge people or to think twice about people. The Cool Crowd tells you not to keep some one out of things or shun them. The Outsiders, has many examples, such as to do what you can with what you have. As well as not to prejudge people, or assume you donít like them just because of their race, colour, or religion for example. While Handling and Resolving Conflict explains some of the different types of people and how they react in situations so you will know what to do when some one does something. Another similarity of these four stories is that they all make you think. Think about what you should do. Such as, to give some one a chance to get to know them. Or, to be open to anyone.
Now, the differences between these stories. One difference between these stories is that they all have a different author. Another difference is that these stories all have to do with something different yet alike at the same time.
Well, thatís it, and Iím hoping its good enough, so, leave me alone now please.
Posted by 23024 on 12/4/06; 12:03:37 PM
from the Gabriel dept.