When we watched that video, i realized that having to deal with those bullies making you feel horrible its unbearable to deal with. The way she responded to those bullies was unbelievable. Singing on a stage with millions of people watching you talking about your feelings. That must of been insanely hard to accomplish. Going to an all time low and shooting those feelings back out into the minds of the bullies, its amazing that she could accomplish it.
I feel really bad for her because she was bullied for about six years in school. I couldn't ever imagine coming back to school each day being bullied like she did. She stuck up for herself, ignored the bullies, and just focused on her singing more than anything. Even though the bullies did so many bad things to her, she didn't ever do one bad thing to them for bullying her. The young lady is very strong, and she stands up for herself. No matter who or what gets in your way, always keep going.
The impact that the video clip had on me was that life can be cruel. The people that bullyed her didn't have any empathy, but she still got onto the Xfactor and pooled her emotions into her song, and the judges loved it.
That you should never doubt yourself about anything even it's an emotional pain. You should never let someone push you around, but don't fight back. For example, if someone punches you, you shouldn't throw a punch back at them. It just makes matters worse. You should only stick up for yourselves, but not in a physical way, but with your words. Again, but in a nice way.
The impact it had on me was that when things are bad you can always turn it around; and this young lady certainly did. But, in the end I felt happy for her that she proved those bullies wrong and went on that stage and showed her skills.
I thought it was very very sad when she was talking backstage. As Ian said in class it felt like a ray of sun fell on me when she succeded
The impact and lessons I took away from that video was if you are strong and proud anything can be possible. The way she turned such a tragic event and turn the pain in a song is amazing. The impact it had on me was that something so tragic can be an inspiration to do something great. The lessons I took away from that video was to never give up and think of the positives on every situation. I also thought to always try to make the situation better than it is.
It was a very sad clip because I can't believe that the bullies would bully her that long that hard and that no one steped in to help her. It was inspiring because imagine if i were bullied i would think about how she was bullied and how she came out with a positive outcome. The lessons that i learned that dont just get mad all of a sudden because someone said something mean ya you will get mad but dont go trying to get back at them because two wrongs dont make a right.
Well after watching that video that just shows me how stronger of an impact bullying can make on someone. Know I just took the lesson of the video which is don’t bully and if someone bullies you don’t do the same to them it will only make things worse. That hat girl had some much pain from her past but that is the past and you can’t change it some just how she made her depretion into joy is amazing and I will try to do that if I ever get bullied.
This video clip made me sad, than happy. Lessons I take away from it are to always be postive. Like th poster in class that says " If you can't change the way it is, change the way you think about". Also it has a picture of two glasses, filled too the halfway point, and also above one of the glasses someone is sad thinking half-empty, but in the other picture there is someone happy thinking half-full. This is what I took from it.
The impact the video had on me was the feeling of realization. I felt this because I think that too many people go through the same thing which is not fair to them. Some lessons I took away from the video were to never be a bully and to stand up to one if I ever whiteness it. These are my thoughts on the x factor video.
I think that it was heart breaking to see that girl get up and sing to prove all the bullys that were mean to her or hurt her. While she was singing she was in tears. She brought all the judges to tears and Demi Lovato was so amazed because they both went through the same thing. When she said that she cried herself to sleep every night I was in tears. The one thing that is really amazing to me is that she never once when she was on stage said anything mean about her bullys or spoke disrespectfully about them. She made her bullying into a triumph. That is why I think that she was so amazing. See you later,Hadley
The impact that, that had on me was that you should always think before you say things. Words can be more hurtful then, actions everything that comes out of your mouth should be positive. The lessons that came out of this was you should NEVER say mean things about others. I mean everyone makes mistakes. It happens but, you should always learn from them in a positive matter. Also, you should never retaliate back. You should always forgive but, never forget.
It mixed my feeling up. First i was sad then i was happy. A lesson from I learned I s from failure come truimph.
this clip made me sad and made me think about how I would never want to hurt anyone. Sometimes we think its ok to to mean to someone but then when it happens to you, then it doesnt feel so good.
The video we watched today was very moving. It even moved Simon Cowell close to tears which is a huge accomplishment. How she took a very negative situation and looked at it as a glass half full and powered through. She was the mature one and never let the bullies drag her down. Just the fact that she was being hurt so much for so long and she now she has accomplished her dream.
The impact of the video was that I felt real bad. It sounds like she had about 6-7 years of bullying through middle school and High school. That's a lot of time for getting bullied. The lessons I learned during the clip was to stick up for myself. Another thing I learned was not to listen to kids who aren't kind. I also know what it feels like because I got bullied last year.
Even though she could have stood up to the bully and say look at me now, she didnt say anthing bad about the bully.
I think that she was a magnificant fighter, and a strong person. How she got up from being beaten down so hard, tgose are the characteristics of someone who never gives up and is a fighter.
The video was very depressing it thought me a life long lesson never to bully anybody. I was also so impresssed how she sung that song when she was in tears. It was so suprised how she made all the judes cry even simon cowell
i think that she was a wonderful singer even though she was bully very bad and she was strong and was able to make a fantastic preformance. what shock me the most was when Siman started to cry I never knew that he would ever cry in his life! A lesson i learnd from the video is to never be brought down if a bully is bulling you and to follow your dreams no matter who trys to bring you down because they cant pick your path.
When we watched the video it was really meanful to me. How she sang was really moving because you tell she was in pain by her upset face. After that, it felt like there was a whole in my heart. The lessons for me is that to never give up,. Even if you get bullied or you bully your self always stay strong.
The impact on the clip from the young girl being bullied made me sad and mad because thinking of people that would do that is horrible. it also told me to never ever try to hurt someone in any way or form . you coud also see how much she is in pain from her singing . this is the impact this clip did to me
The video we watched today was very moving. The impact it had on me was that you should always treat people the way you want to be treated. For me it was very sad, because I could never go through being bullied for two years and then get up on that stage and have the confidence that she did. She made all of the judges in tears, even Simon Cowell.The judges and America definitley got her message about bullyiing and the lesson I learned was that you should always think half full and always be very positive and strong.
This morning I watched a reerun of an X-Factor and it showed a girl who was bullied in Middle School and High School. She was down to her knees at one point, and couldn't take it anymore. She was a singer who loved what she did but wasn't appreciated by other people. She went on to the X-Factor and sang her heart out moving all four judges. And had a specific impact on Demi Lavota. They both had been bullied when they were in High School and knew what it felt like it to have been hurt. But both of them followed their dreams, and ended up meeting one another on the X-Factor.
The impact the vided had on me is to not to bully people because
i dident know what it did to people. Also how brave she was to get up on stage and sing after six years of bullying. This mostly impacted Demi lavato becuase they have both been bullyed.
thise video made me sad because i dident know how much this girl was hurt and it also made me happy because she started to sing after everthing she went through.
Yesterday when we watched the video i was sad but, also mad at all those bullies. I've never been bullied but, i could almost feel her pain. She is the most brave person to be bullied for two years and then stand up on a stage infront of thousands if not millions of people and cry while singing about it. That is something i could never go through. And she had to go to school and face those bullies every day. That is a long time to be bullied for.
I personally thought that this film was a great watch. It inspired me to take action in the environment and the society. The young lady was so touching and when i listened to her voice, i could hear her pain, but in the end she made everything OK. I also think that the starving kids in africa could learn something from this video, and that their disturbing pictures you showed us made an impact. I think you should show your "new bunelephants' these pictures and maybe they will eat all of their food at lunch, unlike me :D Maybe you can chuck the basketball at them during math class again and they will learn a hardy lesson on math: THE BUNEL WAY. by the way i hope you still have my squid behind you desk (l=== (my attempt of a squid) like we said missing 6th grade way too much, cant wait to visit! oh and Syd got a D on her first math test (i think she may have gotten hit by a basketball one too many times!) (HEY I BUMPED IT UP TO AN A-! -squid) SAVE US FROM AMS and EWS!
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Mr. Christopher A. Bunel6th Grade TeacherThompson Brook SchoolAvon, CT 06001