Child Labour

I have chosen child labour as my topic because I personally think it is a interesting topic. Everyone can have a different opinion about it some people might think children have to work although others think it is bad for children to work. I think it is really unfair and no kid deserves that. Children might get sick not only physically but mentally, socially or morally. The work can interefere with school and children carry out a wide range of tasks and activities when they work. All of this chuildren are treated as slaves. I hope to learn the worst forms of child labour, all of the effects of child labour and how other people fell about it. I plan on getting all this information on the internet and maybe asking others what they think of this topic. I’m planning on writing this as a newspaper article. I think I will do it an article because it would fit the topic.


“Gatsby shouldered the mattress and started for the pool. Once he stopped and shifted it a little, and the butler asked him if he needed help, but he shook his head and in a moment disappeared among the yellowing trees.” There was no new message. The butler was waiting for the phone to ring but nothing was happening until it was four o’clock and the phone was ringing. The butler answered and rushed to the pool to hand him the phone because he knew it was Daisy calling Gatsby. As he was heading to the pool the butler saw a strange man watching Gatsby in the pool. Gatsby did not even notice the man because he was very distracted thinking about Daisy and everything that happened that night that she killed Myrtle. The butler knew something was wrong and that man was there to make no good for Gatsby. As he hanged up the phone he told Daisy Gatsby was on trouble. So the butler rushed to a room and grabbed a gun. As soon as he found the perfect gun he rushed to the pool and saw a dirty man pointing the gun to Gatsby who seemed distracted and out of it. He was facing the beach. As the butler pointed the dirty man he could not stop him from shooting Gatsby. As he heard the shot he got really nervous and tried shooting the dirty man but he failed and ran away. The man saw the butler running away so he shoot him too. The man did not know what to do. He was scared so he ran away and was never found.

Chapter Six
Look again at the passage where we learn more about Gatsby’s past
life. Identify the key differences between James Gatz and Jay Gatsby.


Jay Gatsby is introduced as a wealthy man who lives in a mansion by himself and threw parties almost every weekend. But the truth is Jay Gatsby does not really exist. His name is James Gatz. James Gatz was born in North Dakota to a poor German-American family. At the beginning of the book we all imagined Gatsby as old and rich man who came from a wealthy family. When he was in college he worked as a janitor but he did not like that at all so he dropped out of collage. After that happened he met Dan Cody a copper tycoon who becomes his mentor. Since that James goes by the name of Jay Gatsby. Jay learns a lot from Dan. Cody leaves inheritance to Jay Gatsby but his mistress refused to give him that money so she stayed with the $25,000. During his training for World War I he met Daisy who he fell in love with. Jay Gatsby commits his life to become rich and famous for Daisy.