FC: Randy Nim 4th Block 1/20/11
1: Table Of Contents | Pg.2-3- Introduction Pg.4-5- obstacles Pg.6-7- Biography of Me Pg.8-9- My goals Pg.10-11- My obstacles Pg.12-13- Poem & Questions
2: Introduction Beneatha is a character from the movie The Raisin In The Sun. She is Walter's sister. She is arrogant and loud. She is the only one in the family with a good education so she thinks highly of herself compared to everybody else. Her dreams are to become a doctor, and the only way she can be that is if she completes school which is her goal.
3: Description Beneatha loves to revoke her older brother because she thinks shes better then everyone. She has a crush on a dude from her school named Joseph Assigai
4: Obstacles Beneatha faces Some obstacles she faces trying to achieve her dream was her brother, and his greed. Walter wanted to take her college money and invest into something. In the end he did and he was scammed and lost everything, and wrecked her going to college.
5: t | Some other obstacles she can face is discrimination because of her race, and where she comes from. She lives in a small ridgit apartment where she has to share the restroom with her neighbors. This could affect her because of her family low income can limit her so this is a obstacle too.
7: Biography of me I am Randy Nim and i'm 17 Years old I love to hangout, play video games, money, watch, and play basketball.
9: Goals Some of my goals in life are to complete high school, graduate from college, get me a stable career, get married and have kids. Some of my dreams is to do something I love and get paid to do it.
10: Obstacles Some obstacles that might get in my way is people who discourage me. A lot of people will try to put me down so I don't achieve my goal.
12: "Harlem" What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore - And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over - like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode? - Langston Hughes, 1951
13: 1) Hughes message about dreams deferred is that if you hold your dream back it will eventually fade and crumble. 2) Dreams deferred relates to the American dream because they both deal with chooses, and dreams. 3) I think she selected it because he wanted to show how similar they are to each other. 4) Some obstacles that has interfered with African-Americans quest for the American dream is that they are to scared to strive for it so they hold it back.
15: Fall is here!