Explain what a dance of anger might be like for cole?
in the beginning cole is full of anger and by the ending he learns to forgive and be forgiven
he learns to forgive, and that violence is not the answer
Dance of anger, Dance of the spirit bear, Dane of the mouse, and a couple more
The antagonist would definitely be Cole himself because he is the only one stopping him from wanting to change, and be able to control his anger and forgive.
Cole learned that no person is a totally bad person. people just do bad things because that's all people know how to do. he learned to control his anger and to forgive and forget.
were did the father of jazz dance jack Cole study dance at?
Cole learns some what from Edwin and Garvey, but he mostly learns from everything he did when he came to the island the second time. Such as carrying the ancestor rock up the hill and rolling it back down. Also when he soaks in the little river. Then he also controls his anger by doing the "anger dance" after Garvey and Edwin left the island.
Cole's dad is hateful and mean. he abused Cole his entire life and Cole was angry at him for it. during Cole's recovery from being muled by the Spirit Bear his mom decided to come clean about all the abuse her son had to endure from his father. The father then turned around and filed a law suite for being charged with child abuse, and a custody act to keep Cole away from his mother (which was basically just a act of pride, he didn't really want Cole and if he did it was for very bad reasons, but he wanted to prove that he could get away with anything and that anyone who dare challenge this will suffer the consequences). When Cole returned to the island and danced the dance of anger (which turned out to be the dance of forgiveness) he learned to forgive his dad for all this because his dad had abused him as well and it was all he had ever known.
Cole needs to find out how to help peter to get rid of his anger in "Touching Spirit Bear" xK1nGx NiPSx
She occasionally mimes during live performances if she has a vigorous dance routine.
yes he does
protagonist: cole Antagonist: cole Because in the story Cole is trying to let his anger go.
because that was the emotion he's felt the most in the book, atleast halfway through(not sure if he felt it at the moment, though, maybe?)
Nat King Cole
Cole learned that the wolf is strong when its in a pack
All I know is that Cole and Peter go into the lake an relax to get all there anger out but Peters anger stays with him and he beats up Cole and then they both start crying and then Peter and Cole kinda make up.
Are you doing a project for school on that book? That's the same question I have to answer. In my opinion, I think Peter shouldn't have done all the things he did to Cole. But Cole should have more patience. Eventually Peter should forgive COle.
when cole beat him up
cause Edwin said so
Cole is just a self-centered, mean person. He is full of rage and hate and anger.
Cheryl Cole attended The Royal Ballet's summer school when she was nine.