Dead Poets Society: A story of a group of young students who learn to appreciate the art of writing through a club they had heard rumors about. The new unorthodox teacher, Mr. Keating, teaches his students more than just how to write. He teaches them how to seize the day and what it turly means to pursue your dreams.
To Mr. Keating,
Without your help the boys would've stayed the same. They would've still been learning to be doctors and lawyers, why would you convince them that their dreams were worth it when they could've been saving people and fighting injustice?
Did you stay in touch with the boys once you were fired?
Your unorthodox methods caused you trouble. Would you have changed so that you could keep your job?
As a kid did you always want to be a teacher or were their other people in your way that suppressed your dreams, much like the boys at the school?
Your methods of teaching were so unique. Did you come up with it on your own or did you learn from someone else?