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Thursday, April 27, 2017


Analysis both the good and bad effects of the use of social media that has occurred.

Social media is consider to be good thing for teenagers and students, however most parents don't think social media is a good things because they think that it affects people in a bad way that it is a distraction. People can use social media to find about things like what going on with the community or for  research to look up for facts for homework. To find jobs to look at colleges and social media is big and companies are starting to use them for advertisement and promotion. There is bad things to social media like being hacked, cyber bullying, and scams that fool people to release their personal information. There both good and bad things about social media.

The good things that social media has to offer is it helps you with networking lets you connect with people and talk to people who are on the other side of the world. Find about what going on with the world or your own community. Research about things learn and to learn about doing new things find out what other things there are to do in life have life goals that you want to do. For colleges now since colleges have Face Book or Snap Chat now that they use to show students how it is in their colleges. They are stepping up their game to get students to chose their college. Social media could be use to look for a job look at events going on or prize that might be offered. Plan events on social media have an easier way to contact people since most people are on social media. Also you can put yourself out there in a good way so business or colleges look at.

The bad thing that comes with social media it is that there are bad things on there like cyber bullying, scams, and being hacked your personal information being leaked to everybody. People can hand out false information or hack you and leak out your information. Cyber bullying is another bad thing that comes with social media. Like rumors can be spread about people even you and gossip. Being a troll or hater by bringing people down saying mean things leaving yourself vulnerable to people who will harass you. People can scam trick you into giving them things like your information where they can steal you identify or get money from you. Parents think that it is just a distraction that it no good for us that it won't us for anything. Social has it pros and cons but most people would be scared of the cons since it a place where people can say the meanest thing they want and you may not ever know who it is.

Social media when use it has both good and bad effects. The good is all the resource we can get and information and putting yourself out there in a good way that people get to see and maybe contact you for something. For colleges to interact with more people and help with your networking to talk to more people be social. The bad things are false information, scams tricks that can get you in trouble with money or your private information being leaked. There a benefit for being on social media, because it where everybody goes on to look for things to look at things and it more modern to be on social media to show off your talent and let people say good things about and to stand out. Parents don't understand social media and say it has a bad effect, because maybe your to busy on your phone than going out, but you could be doing other things that are educational. Social media could be seen as a good thing for most people, however it has both good and bad effects on us.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017


OPTION 1: Describe the difference in Ray Bradbury's tone with regard to Clarisse & Beatty. Support your analysis with examples of Bradbury's diction and detail.

The difference of tone that Ray Bradbury's use regard with Clarisse and Beatty is that one is talk about that she might seem crazy but she is a genuine innocent curious person,while Beatty is an asshole. Other might say that there are similar since they talk about the old things that use to happen they had knowledge about the past so they would share these things with Montag. When Clarisse is talking with Montag she questions him about things that she has heard from her uncle just asking silly questions like a child and dreaming. While Beatty like to give smart ass response when talking to Montag that he knew more than Montag and that Montag shouldn't ask or think about the past. Clarisse is a person who you would talk good about since you like her personality, while Beatty is douche bag who you talk bad about and to let people know what kind of person he is.

When Bradbury talks about Clarisse the tone changes a lot from calm to scary, because Clarisse isn't seen as being normal in that time she is consider dangerous for thinking on her own free will and she is also being watched. For example it seem that most people wouldn't go up to Montag since he is a fireman, but Clarisse does it anyways and starts asking him questions which would be bad like telling a cop you commit a crime since firemen were like cops in that time. After they have their talk it makes Montag think about his past and what he has done up till now which makes him question everyday and gets sad and scary cause of meeting Clarisse. For example when Montag was with Mildred and they talked about how long ago did they meet and other stuff that Clarisse made him think about then he starts to cry. Also how Bradbury describes that Montag is glad to talk with Clarisse since she did open his mind but then Montag asks for her Mildred didn't care didn't show emotions and just said maybe she died who knows doesn't matter,but it did matter to Montag and he was sad and worried like did she really died and why and how asking questions shows us diction and details about the event and tones are changed.

In the other hand Beatty is an asshole who only care about himself. Also when Bradbury talks about Beatty the tone changes you get a bad vibe from Beatty that he has secrets and the details about his looks and knowledge that he has about the past. For example when Montag is sick and Beatty comes by to pay a visit but Beatty already knows what Montag has and just wants to scare Montag and tells him that it happens all the time but keeps telling Montag to go to work amd tells him that he will be miss but he was just being sarcastic. For example when Beatty makes Montag and drive the salamnder and they end up to Montag house and then Beatty tells him that he is arrest and tells him crap about Clarisse and what she cause him to do and calls him a fool and other things for thinking on his own, then finds out that Montag has an ear piece talking to someone and tells Montag that they will find whoever it is and punish them too. Beatty was a bully and harassed Montag the tone was serious and evil intentions which cause Montag to kill Beatty then we all felt good when this happen, because he doesn't like it when douche bags get what they deserved. 

In conclusion Bradbury has a difference of tone between each characters and the most difference is Clarisse and Beatty. They are totally opposite of each other and the tone they have is different from each other. The diction and detail he gives theses character are good, because you can relate it to an actual person like them.Most people will like the best for Clarisse and want to help her out or just talk to her since she seems the type of person wjo you can be yourself and she won't judge you. In the other hand Beatty would be rude to you and judge you and doesn't sound like a pleasant person to talk to or be yourself around him. Bradbury gives diction and details that allows us to heard the tone of the characters Clarisse and Beatty are different.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Questions Part 2

Questions for Part 2:

* What does "Sieve and the Sand" refer to?

1. In the scene where Mildred and Montag read books together, what are their separate reactions?
Montag is interest in the books but Mildred isn't so much she doesn't like reading think it is boring and is scared of reading them.

2. What is the effect throughout sections I and II, of the bombers flying over?
The effect of them is normal.

3. Who is Professor Faber?
He was an English professor in the old times and is old.  

4. Montag’s reaction to the commercial on the subway is a turning point in his life. How does he 
react and why?
He was getting annoyed at the commercial and was screaming to make it stop so he can think on his alone. 

5. What argument does Faber make for books?
He just makes 1

6. What is the “small green metal object”?
It an ear piece where you can tell people what to tell and hear people.

7. What does the White Clown show lead you to believe about television programming in this society?
It shows you how basic and simple it is to entertain people how to keep them from thinking.

8. Why does Mrs. Phelps cry when Montag reads “Dover Beach”?
She cries cause of the poetry that it was sad for her.

9. What is Montag’s destination at the end of section II? Why?
He is going to his house because they got called to his house the women call on him.


1. What did Montag do at the Blacks' house?
He plant a book in their house so they can get arrest.

2. How does Faber describe the war?
That it going on and that it pretty big war and violate but the news are more focus on Montag.

3. Describe Faber's TV.
It was talking about the war and also about Montag chase.

4. What was on TV while Montag was on the run?
The war but also the chase of Montag.

5. What was Montag running for when everyone looked out of their houses?
He was running to the river when everyone looked out of their house.


1. Why did the Hound attack Montag?
Because he is a criminal and is on the run  for killing firemen and for spouting out ideas.

2. How did Montag defend himself?
He wore old clothes to destroy his scent and use the flamethrower.

3. What did Montag realize about Beatty?
That he want to die and want Montag to kill him by making him angry

4. Where did Montag go?
He went to Faber's house then headed to the river.

5. What happened when Montag crossed the street?
There was a car following him and he believe it was the police but it was just teenagers. 

Monday, March 27, 2017

Questions Part 1

1.The novel Fahrenheit 451 begins : “It was a pleasure to burn.” Why does Ray Bradbury start the novel in this way? Why might it be more pleasurable to burn books rather than read them?

  • So the audience can start asking questions and see what happen next to get them hook on.

To switch it up a plot twist and so the audience can relate that they don't like to read books.

2. In the opening scene, why are the books compared to birds?

  • When the books are burning the ashes are going up in the air like birds flying  

3. Discuss the difference between Montag and Clarisse’s lives.

  • The live of Montag is boring because he has a basic life he does the same thing everyday and doesn't question things isn't curious, while Clarisse is curious about a lot of things and thinks about other things to do doesn't want to follow the basic life style that everyone lives. 

4. Montag’s television includes headphones called “seashells.”  The “wall to wall circuit” allows Mildred to enter the “play” and, therefore, the television programming. How does the technology within the novel compare to our current technology? In the first pages of the novel,does technology improve the quality of life for Montag and his wife, Mildred? Why or why not?

  • That technology is pretty advanced and our technology is getting pretty close to it and that he predict stuff cool stuff that no one could have imagine. It does not because it seems like Mildred is in her own world and not really paying attention to anything that is going around her. It like it taking over her life and controlling her.

5. Why does the narrator introduce us to Montag at this time of his life, when he encounters Clarisse and confronts Mildred’s overdose?

  • To see how everyone is like in that world and to show us that Montag has changed and that he is not happy with his life and to show what was wrong with the world 

6. Why does the author introduce the character of Clarisse before Mildred?

  • To show us what kind of character Clarisse is and how she is different compare to Mildred who is like every other person in that world

7. Why are all the houses fireproof in this society?

  • Becuase they burn everything inside they want to burn all the books and leave nothing behind but not burn down the house so that why the houses are fireproof.

8. Why does Mildred require emergency service? What service is provided?

  • Becuase she overdoes on her pills and she died and the service changed everything of her all her organs and blood so she can live again.

9. What is the mechanical hound and what is its purpose?

  • The purpose of the hound is to kill people and to keep the firehouse safe 

10. Why does the society consider Clarisse “anti-social”?

  • Because she doesn't live a normal life she is always asking questions about things that she shouldn't and talks about taboo things in that world

11. When the woman’s house is raided, why does she light the match?

  • Because she would rather die than her books taking away from her and the "help" that they will give her.

12. Describe the relationship between Montag and Mildred.  

  • Not  a really happy relationship that they have seems that Mildred doesn't love Montag

13. What is the purpose of Beatty's visit? 

  • To talk about what happen with the lady that to see if Montag was okay, because Beatty said it always happens to a fireman sooner or later
14. Reread Captain Beatty’s monologue (pp.57-59). Discuss his view that school cultivates anti-intellectual sentiment (p.58). In your opinion does it accurately depict your high school? Do books violate the idea that ”everyone is made equal” (p.58)?
  • No it doesn't it completely off from my opinion, because everyone is not made equal in school purpose, because some learn different ways and some are fast or slow learners and some might be strong in some subjects and weak in other vice versa. 
15. Why does Montag feel “fat”?
  • Because he feels unhappy and that he is saving things up inside him and doesn't know what it is.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

college fair

The college fair was a good learning experience and I learned some new stuff. The cost of attending out of state colleges are really expensive but they really have great programs. They are ranked pretty high and also that some allow you to go in as undeclared. Some are big colleges but have small class room size and great resources, but i thought we weren't given enough time to fully go to each one and talk about the colleges because of how crowd it was or some colleges left. However it was still a good experience