Instead of rambling about the definitions of compact and contract, I connect these ideas to my own life: Prior to US History, I thought very little of reflections, diary entries, and even my own thoughts and opinions.
Even though Christopher does not understand social interactions he does seem to care. I say in this statement that "as I grew as a learner this year, it became clear that you can never know anything" and "if you think you can know everything, then you clearly know very little about your own being and existence.
The rest of my reflections in the first and second quarters fluctuate between terrible and "works-in-progress. This was seen in his reaction to the murder of the dog. But then I got into a group discussion and I changed my mind. A first glance Christopher would appear to be curious.
Excerpts from the Paper The beginning: It is a curiosity based on both logic and order.
And I cared very little about other peoples thoughts and ideas. He needed to solve the puzzle and nothing was going to stop. I felt moved after this discussion! He appears to be mildly autistic but, does not seem to let that get into his way. My favourite paragraph from quarter four is shown below: He might have been bordering on obsession.
The traits that best describe him are analytical, persistent and caring. It begins to show some developing introspective tendencies, which I have highlighted and are displayed below: I say this because I knew my views, my ideas, my thoughts, but I never truly reflected on them.
But I have made great strides this year in improving my ability to self-reflect, thanks to this class and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.
Another example of thinking about my own thinking can be found in my end-of-quarter rubrics. However, this curiosity is a special type of curiosity.
Before I read this novel, I spent a lot of my time having opinions. In conclusion, it can be argued that Christopher John Francis Boone is an unusual character. When we were told to "reflect," I followed the middle-school-esque formula in which one presents an idea and backs it up with a few pieces of evidence.
He talks about himself not in a deep, reflective manner, but simply in a way that shows he knows what he is thinking.
And so I decided to changed my mind back again. As a result he tends to view the world in terms of puzzles. My second reflection of the year, " When learning was fun ," was a bit better. In doing so, I was able to analyze the implications of compact vs contract agreements and the benefits of each, which helped me make my final conclusion that a contract agreement is the best method for controlling a country.
It looks at the world of a savant and the worries they suffer, and has a true focus on individualism and perspective. Through a combination of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, and this class, I learned the value of introspection.
And at this moment, I recognized that thinking about your own thoughts is the most important way to understand yourself. The character traits that can best describe him are analytical, persistent and caring.
Probably the BEST example of how this played out in my reflections can be found in my compact-contract reflection.
Introspection One could try to define introspection as a deep and personal reflection on the inner workings of your mind, but I prefer to think of it as "thinking about thinking," a phrase that is also found on our end-of-quarter rubrics.
His first reaction is to hug the dog Haddon 4. Since this moment, I became a much better reflection. It is obvious that he cares about the dog and that is why he decided to solve the murder. Total text length is 2, characters approximately 1.Christopher John Francis Boone - The book's narrator, Christopher is fifteen years old, gifted in mathematics, and has Asperger's Syndrome, a high-functioning form of autism.
He lives at 36 Randolph Street with his The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon - MonkeyNotes by ultimedescente.com 6. Who is Christopher John Francis Boone? This is the reason the chapters are so strangely numbered. What is Christopher has an obsession with prime numbers?
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