He does wrong I find, just because its not a normal move it was what he thought would be best to do but then Ender realizes, later on, that Bonzo wasn't the first person to isolate and pick on Ender the way that Ender picked on Bean."It was the teachers who had done it... It was a strategy. Graff had deliberately set him up to be separate from the other boys, made it impossible for him to be close to them."
I think he does right by yelling at them and insulting them a bit he shouldn't be there to hold there hand and walk them through it. He should tell them to do something and they should do it or at least try to do it on there own.
I think Ender did everything perfect as a first day commander. He picked on the best player, to make him even better and he showed the other players that he was serious.
He was a good commander, although he was turning out to be a lot like Bonzo. He was harsh about the training, which was necessary to a certain point. He didn't need to be as rude and insulting. I agree with how he saw himself in Bean and pushes him the same way he was.
Ender realizes that he is like the commanders before him, picking on the smallest guy, but he catches himself and try's to lead that kid in the right direction, because that kid has lots of potential, just like he did. Ender also makes his solders respect him by being hard on them.
Ender is a great commander doing everything right pick on the smallest and staying behind and helping the slower learners. He is starting to turn into the first teacher he had ever meet Graff. That is what a good commander does yell and freezes and picks on the smallest kid. He did one thing I did not like and that is feel sorry for picking on Bean
I think Ender is doing a good job as a commander. He needs to set his rules and nobody will cross him. He did everything right because he is helping all of the boys be better. What I think he might have done wrong is putting his hands on another child..
I think the Ender did all the right stuff, even when he was picking on Bean. Because he made Bean push himself so he could unravel his full potential.
What i think he is doing right is the way he gets his soldiers ccloser to thEir toon leaders
I think Ender does the discipline factor right except when he pushed bean. I think when he singled out Bean that was wrong but if he did it less it would be alright.
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