Ben Frabkin Aphorisms Story Board Assignment.By: Azka Bhatti11/9/2019Teacher: Mason PattonClass: American Literature and Compsition 6th Period.
Aphorism: If your head is wax, don't walk in the sun.
A) Literal Meaning Of The Aphorism.Don't walk into the sun if your head is made of wax, because then it will me.
B) The Idea Expressed By The Aphorism.Know your limits, and don't exceed them if you know you can't.
C) Specififc Real World Example Of The Aphorism.You know a math project will take more than a day to finish, so you don't start it the night before it is due, and start it a week before it is due, and finish it and turn it in on time.
Oh No! I've exceeded my limis! My head is made of wax, and now it's going to melt since I came out into the sun! I should not have done that. I knew it was sunny and that I wouldn't be able to do it, I knew my face would melt if I cam out ihere in the sun, but I did it anyway. Why did I exceed my limits when I knew I couldn't?! At least I have learn't my lesson and know better for next time no to exceed my limits if I know I can't.
Illustration Of The Aphorism.
My head is made of wax, I know if I go out in the sun, it will melt, so I won't exceed my limits and go outside in the sun, since I know I can't, and I will stay indoors. I know you shouldn't exceed your limits if you know you can't.