Sunday, 2 April 2017
Are you a responsible citizen? If you don't know I will tell you. A responsible citizen is a helpful bystander and keeps fights from happening. If this quality is missing then there will be fights everywhere and nobody will be able to stop any fights. People will get everywhere and it’s all because nobody had the courage to stop anything. They just watched people getting hurt and not going and getting someone an adult or a teacher. So this quality is important because people will get hurt with nobody to help them. Listening
if this quality is missing then too many people will not know what to do or might get hurt if they don't do what they're supposed to do or don't listen and do exactly the opposite then people will get hurt and wish that they listened. So this quality is important because people will hope they would of listened and not knowing what to do like the teacher said “keep your fingers away from the bars” and one child didn't listen and he had his fingers bitten off by a lion.
So listen to the teacher or the person who is talking and keep away from those lions boys.
Trustworthy. Trustworthy is when people trust you and people can leave their things with them and they don't break them. When the teacher asks someone to do something like “Sophie can you please take this to Darren?” and she does. That is being trustworthy. Untrustworthy is when someone asks them (I don't know who at the moment) “Can you take this to so and so?” and he doesn't and rips the thing in half or tosses it into the lost property.