In the book a group of 'progress class' children are taken on a trip to Conway Castle. Using such characters and emotive language he makes the cliff scene dramatic. The school, which inhabits the children of the progress class, is situated in a dilapidated and pitiable inner city area in Liverpool. But it was man's ill-conceived attempt to control. Briggs's philosophy has lead to students hating him because the way he acts towards them. The technique can also make the reader want to continue reading or watching the play, as once they are made aware of events which have been steadily been built up with dramatic irony the reader would be eagerly anticipating the result of all the commotion.
They start to then head back to the coach, Mrs Kay possibly feeling a little bit relieved that Mr Briggs might not be such a nightmare to be around anymore. My dad had secured a new job in the large city of Chicago. The reason for the sudden urge to leave the zoo is due to the fact that nearly all of the students have stolen an animal from the zoo to keep as a pet. Briggs proved that both at the Zoo and at the shop, when the children stole food from the shop and stole animals from the zoo. These individuals have been labeled as lazy, submissive, etc. A few of the humorous scenes are commented on follow.
Her Idea of the class trip was so they could have fun, as they come from underprivileged familyÃÂs they are left to basically fend for themselves and to go the Wales was a massive change in atmosphere. She is disrespectful to most. Yet again Mr Briggs is leaving the day behind as if it was a day that was not on this earth. This meant their kids had even less money to live off and pretty much had to fend for themselves. She is warm and friendly and is funny and witty and enjoys laughing with them. On seeing her he stops and stands a few yards off this tells you what the character is doing in that period of time. Mr Briggs tone of voice in the beginning of the cliff scene is loud and grumpy.
On the way, I walked on a shaking wooden bridge built by some men long ago. At first he seems reluctant to get along with the kids but when he offers to do the talk it shows his concerns for kids and that he does actually care about them, which people would never of thought about him before this. The sheer number of people was astounding, and the noise. The children begin to ask for sweets which are lie on the shelves high up in the shop, the audience to their amusement find that this is a distraction as John and Mac would have to turn their backs to find the sweets which the children asked for on the shelves high above, meanwhile the children are rapidly and frantically grabbing handfuls of whatever lay in front of them. One of the teachers, Mr Briggs, begins to have fun as the day progresses and shows some understanding for the children, something you do not normally see in him.
Yet again giving the opportunity they show that they could look after things. She is a mature woman aged around fifty. This contrast is shown with the two characters Mr Briggs, who is rather rigorous and Mrs Kay who's not. If indeed he was being sexist or not it seems as if he is being lenient with her because she is a girl and if she was a boy he would probably hit her. This seems to work and Briggs realises this, which influences him to continue speaking to Carol in a calmer more friendly tone.
However as the story progresses and John and Mac hurriedly check the tills to cash in their loot when they find to their astonishment, horror and disbelief that the till remained basically the same as how it had been just before the children arrived into the shop. An exception was made for Brain Reilly and John Digby. The simple following quote will portray the utter disgust of the shopkeepers and the hatred they feel towards the children. Using such characters and emotive language he makes the cliff scene dramatic. During the play Carol realises how much better life is outside Liverpool. Johnston, however, speaks to people with a lack of respect, using non-Standard English.
This is a major contrast to what she was saying on the way when she was talking to Mrs Kay. We rose and sang the National Hymn. They look innocent but eventually own up and hand the animals reluctantly back. The language used by the teachers' contrasts with the language the children use. This quote shows that Mr Briggs is an impatient man. Twycross Zoo is a place where we can take the children to see different animals in one setting.
The bears are treated badly and can sense about better ways of living and the progress class are talked too and treated badly because of the way they look, their lack of intelligence and they also see a better way of living and people who look better off than them. However back from their trip, Mr Briggs recognises the surrounding, sits up, fixes his tie back into its position, takes the cowboy hat off and places it on Andrews, combs his hair and puts on his jacket. But during that time the kids take the animals when Mr. In the Anglo-Saxon age, the heroes were out for fame and glory; they wanted nothing more but to be remembered in fame, fortune, and their loyalty to the king. In my opinion Willy Russell wanted to demonstrate the overall life of several kids in Liverpool in the 1970s and to demonstrate that stereotypes create false opinions of certain people and are harmful in general. In 2001, the movie Training Day was released into theaters. As Linda I was a lot more confident and knew what I wanted, whereas Mickey seemed very shy and not quite sure how to act around girls.