6 day school part 2

6 day school part 2

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  • "I still recall a Saturday afternoon when I was about 15 years old, unbeknownst to my parents, I snuck out of the house and bought drugs, because people said it was cool."
  • "I was walking back home, and a policeman was watching me move nervously across the footpath. He then asked me to go over to him."
  • "The police officer conducted a search on me for any banned possessions because I kept mumbling when he asked me questions, and he found the drugs..."
  • This scene shows Frank at 15 years of age paying a illicit dealer for narcotics, depicting Frank's poor and amoral behaviour, with peer pressure also contributing to his judgment.
  • "I was then taken to the Police Station, and my father was told about the incident."
  • A cautious Frank with illegal narcotics is his possession is shown warily approaching the police officer, who suspects something abnormal.
  • Yes, officer I will take that option and I assure you that nothing of this sort will happen again, thank you so much!
  • There is only one way to avoid a punishment by court and criminal record entry for Frank, which is to send him to the government trials of Saturday school until the end of Year 12 and to keep him under continuous supervision at home for 10 months.
  • A distressed Frank is shown kneeling on the ground and begging the officer to let him go after the officer finds him in possession of narcotics.
  • The primary concepts of English
  • At first, I was really resistant to attending Saturday school trials while all my friends were free, but then I was starting to get a glimpse of the new results I was achieving and found out it was beneficial for my learning.
  • The angry police officer, Frank's surprised father and the distraught Frank are shown in this scene, and this is primarily directed at the target audience to emphasise that parents may not always know what their children are doing.
  • A court punishment and criminal record entry for Frank is evaded as his father accepts a option of sending him to Saturday school trials until the finish of his studies at high school and 10 month supervision
  • Frank and another student are shown attending a Saturday school lesson, and Frank's behaviour takes a turn in the right direction as he knows Saturday school is good for him.
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