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Transcript of Outsiders
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay. So you try to believe in the castle made of sand
When it falls to the sea and your feet can't find dry land
Reach for my hand, reach for my hand. What do the lines "Nothing gold can stay"
"You tried to believe in the castle made of the sand"
Have in common? The Outsiders "The Outsiders" is the age old story of two feuding gangs. Who caught all the lucky breaks in life
and are living the high life in town Who got the short end of the stick
and are labeled the "bad" boys of town When these two groups collide
things fall apart fast.
There's no turning back
and things will never be the same again. During the novel we will become familiar with the following poem: Most kids who join gangs do it because they are bad kids and want other kids like them to get into trouble with. Most people stand up for what they think is right, whether or not others agree with them or not. It is more important to be part of the "group" than to be an individual. Physical violence is never appropriate to solve a problem. Teasing, humiliation, and harassment are a part of teenage life and should be accepted as just a part of growing up. Peer pressure is a huge influence on the thoughts and actions of a teenager. Once people do something really bad, they are labeled as "bad" and won't ever do anything good. Many people feel left out of social groups in school. Teenagers are too young and inexperienced to write a book. For the following questions write if you "disagree" or "agree" and why. S.E. Hinton actually wrote "The Outsiders" when she was just 15 and became frustrated with unjust treatment. Let's listen to a bit more modern interpretation on the same theme Stay golden