Girl meets world harper burgess
Lucas Friar : You got a bike that goes with that outfit? Harper Burgess : cc twin cam fat Bob fuel tank wide glide. What do you ride? Riley Matthews : He rode a sheep. Maya Hart : 62 pound quad hoof white fleece, kind you count before you fall asleep, baah-baah.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets World – Girl Meets the New Teacher clip4
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Kossel, Farkle, Maya, Lucas, Riley. Comments: Ms. Kossel hasn't been given a first name officially on the GMW wikia so I used the 'Darby and Sarah' naming standard where you use the actor's first name as the character's. So her name becomes Aisha Kossel. I thought it was pretty. Karen Valentine is the creation of tiramisuspice who has generously lent me the character to include in this fic.
Harper Burgess really enjoyed her new job. Literature was a personal and important subject to her. She had loved books all her life, a love passed on to her by her beloved father.
So being allowed to teach it, to middle school students who were in the midst of an influential point in their lives was a big win for her. It was her passion. On top of that she had kids that wanted to learn, facilities that nurtured growth and discussion and teachers that believed and supported her.
Like Mr. Matthews who stood by her side unwaveringly on her first week, or Ms. Kossel who welcomed her and showed her around and sat with her in the teachers lounge, or Ms. Valentine who was a new substitute that she bonded with because they started teaching at John Quincy Adams at the same time. I'm 26 years, no one calls me 'Ms. She was slightly older then Harper but they both bonded over shared experiences.
Harper also believed she would be a great teacher who was invested in her students and wanted to see them grow. They smiled at each other and began looking over their own lesson plans for the day.
About half way through their review, Ms. Kossel ran up to their table. She was grinning from ear to ear and seemed giddy. Kossel was bouncing on her feet in excitement, hands clenched tightly. Harper got up and eased her into a seat by them. She wondered what would make a grown woman act like this. It was by the entrance of the school. I had pulled into my parking spot near your bike and looked up to see Lucas Friar leaping up the steps.
And guess who was on his back? Both Harper and Karen raised an eyebrow not grasping the point of this exercise before Karen asked, "Alright, who? She was on his back, arms wrapped around his neck and laughing as he ran up the steps. It's another Lucaya moment. You're about to have a stroke. Harper was a little more aware of the term having heard mention of it during lunch and from Aisha herself at times.
It's a silly thing really. Aisha glared lightly at the English teacher. I'm passionate about everything, even my Lucaya moments. Plus," she said waving them off "you watch them together and try to deny they have a spark. Harper and Karen both shook their head as if they were talking to a small child.
The bell rang a second later and they had to head off for their respective classes. Karen volunteered to take a delirious Aisha to the nurses office as Harper headed off the the English classroom. Harper's current teaching plan was to study the various personalities of character and see how their upbringing and past choices influenced the choices they made later in the books.
In order to do this she turned to her favorite teaching material, comic books! The kids were currently discussing the concept of responsibility for a superhero. Harper turned to the speaker, Lucas Friar. Ever since she found out that Lucas was an avid comic book enthusiast, she noticed he would speak up more and give well thought out opinions on the material. He was familiar with most well known comics and seemed to enjoy the class more and more. He was turning out to be one of her top students.
Maya Hart. Kossel frequently told her. She would pick up details faster then anyone else, especially if it was in a graphic novel. Farkle piped up at this point.
Like Batman! Farkle, it seemed, had an slight obsession with the Dark Knight. Harper clapped her hands together "Excellent! We can see the influence that past occurrences have had on characters that shape how they see the world. This is a concept that is seen in literature across time. Charles Dickens, Ernest Hemingway, even Shakespeare have used this to make us understand why we make the choices we make. I want you to pick a superhero, preferably one that you relate to.
Pretend you are them, put yourself in their shoes and see what choices you would make and why. Then tomorrow you can present out findings to the class. It was an attempt to get the class to speak up more and discover different sides of themselves.
Riley's hand shot up and she bounced in her seat. Harper let out a light laugh. Riley always went the extra mile. She also liked getting into character for parts from what Harper had seen of the school plays. Farkle shot up in his seat immediately. He then looked around the classroom looking for a challenge. When none came he sat back down. The class erupted in talk as students turned to one another to pick characters. Harper walked about the room listening to all the different ideas.
These kids were getting creative! She was so happy. She drifted over to the middle of the class where Riley, Farkle, Lucas and Maya were conversing. She was turned towards Riley with one arm on Lucas' desk. Lucas, himself was looking straight at her. Harper knew this wasn't a strange occurrence, but Aisha's comments from earlier were starting to force her to notice things. Maya swiveled in her seat and placed both elbows on Lucas's desk.
She rested her chin on her hands and indicated for him to continue. Even with less space then before, Lucas leaned forward while explaining. He creates all these gadgets that put him on the same level as the other superheroes, even though he doesn't have any powers. He's also one of the core members of the Justice League and constantly reminds others why they fight and who for. Farkle blushed a bit and scratched his head in embarrassment.
The brunette girls eye lit up. Lucas looks hesitant, like he's not sure if he's worthy of such a position. It's a look that Harper has seen a few times on the boys face and each time she wonders what happened to make him think he would not be able to live up to the expectation. It's not like he's ever been anything other than Mr. As if she sense his trepidation, Maya nudges him and reassures him. You've got 'Big Blue Boy Scout' written all over you.
Heck, I'm almost certain you were a boyscout when you were younger and your favorite color is blue, right? Harper could almost hear Aisha Kossel's words as Lucas' eyes flit up to meet Maya's piercing blue irises. Lucas' eyes dropped down to his desk before he mumbled something about Eagle scouts, his cheeks a rosy hue. Harper decided to step in and alleviate any further embarrassment. Placing a hand on his shoulder she offered her two cents.
Superman represents honor, integrity, honesty and justice. All things that you have shown, both as class president and everyday daily life. Harper couldn't help but notice that Maya too was smiling at her, as if thanking her for helping. Changing tactics, Harper turned to ask Maya. Who best suits you?
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This is the first in a new feature where I examine comic books showing up in outside media, like TV shows, sports, novels and films. The first example is based on a suggestion by reader Lynn J. Turner, who used X-Men comics in his lesson plan. Harper teaches them Dark Knight Returns and yes, it is neat to see a Disney show use a DC comic , although the show has a somewhat peculiar take on the comic "it's about a world that has become so tough that Batman has to fight Superman" But the main theme is a fair enough one, which is that "heroes" and "villains" are sometimes hard to determine.
Over the course of three seasons, Riley has faced may life lessons, whether it be from friends, family, growing up, and dating. It taught audiences how to deal with bullying, peer pressure, and learning to be yourself. The show tackled it all. She seeks out the advice of her friends, teachers and family along the way.
Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. Lucas turning down Missy's offer of a date. Bonus points for thanking her for showing him some leg. Four words: "Well done, Mister Matthews.
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World Meets Girl. Ravenclaw Queen. A new teacher is hired and uses non-traditional ways of learning to engage the students, and the principal does not agree. Girl Meets World.
Kossel, Farkle, Maya, Lucas, Riley. Comments: Ms. Kossel hasn't been given a first name officially on the GMW wikia so I used the 'Darby and Sarah' naming standard where you use the actor's first name as the character's. So her name becomes Aisha Kossel.
Tania Gunadi: Harper Burgess
Turner, and also introduced a great new character in the Frank Miller-lovin' Harper Burgess. Girl Meets World. The Dark Knight returns.
The series centers around the life of Riley and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which Cory is their history teacher. Riley shares a strong relationship with her best friend Maya Hart, who assists her in learning to cope with the social and personal issues of adolescence. Several Boy Meets World cast members reprise their roles in the series. In her bedroom, Riley Matthews and her best friend, Maya Hart, try to sneak out her window to ride the subway, but are stopped by Riley's parents, Cory and Topanga Matthews. Cory and Topanga give them the permission to ride the subway, but only if they make the world theirs, instead of their parents.
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