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Introduction Teachers always bring change with them and Hollywood tried to capture this change in various movies about schools and teachers Dead Poets Society DPS and Stand and Deliver SD are two movies that showcase two different and simulatinsly similar stories about teachers who come with new ideals and principals for their students and face conflict that should be dealt with according to these ideals and principals Dead Poets SocietyStand and Deliver Setting set at Welton Academy for boys scenes involving the teachers and students set on-location at Garfield High in East LA Most scenes Characters 1Mr Keating the new English teacher member of the old Dead Poets Society follows unorthodox teaching methods2Todd Anderson a new shy student He tries to get out of his cocoon and succeeds at the end 3Neil Perry an A student who likes to participate in extra curricula activities like acting against his fathers wish He decides to follow his dream and pays dearly with his life4 Charlie Dalton a rebel student 5Knox the romantic whose goal is to win the affection of a girl from the town 6Mr Nolan the headmaster and Mr Perry Neils father advocate conformity1Jaime Escalante a computer expert who gives up his well-paid job to teach computer but ends up teaching mathsFollows real life approach to teaching maths 2Angel a student snd a gang member who likes the tough guy image but thrives to be educated3Pancho a student who thinks hes the dump in the group4Ana a shy nerdy student 5Claudia a student who cares about her social life more than education6Lupe a student who doesnt like the new teacher at the begineing Plot The new English teacher Mr Keating has come with revolutionary ideas that go against conformity The students are split up between conformity and learning to think for themselves in a soul searching journey and end up with varied results Jaime Escalante is the new
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