He showed this skill once again in the clip before he asked all the boys to stand on his desk.
Inthe Welton academy alum John Keating starts teaching English literature at his alma mater. In other words, students need to be aware of both verbal and non-verbal messages. Keating should not have told the boys about the Dead Poets Society. He showed pause-for-effect in the clip of Mr.
Keating, the boys regroup the formerly separated Dead Poets Society to explore the wonders of poetry. Mulberry said the way you stand can give an audience a vibe of your interest in your conversation. A middle age man came into class whistling, and then …show more content… Besides "Carpe Diem", Keating also taught the boys to "walk their own way.
He encourages his students to follow their heart and to use the time they have on earth because this time is not limitless and it matters what one can achieve in this limited timespan. Maybe he could let his class walk on his desk and try new stuff such as parties, no more essays, and more parties.
Remember: This is just a sample from a fellow student. Mulberry even took his students to a stage to act out a book, Just to make it more interesting.
Keating who is a former student from Welton.