Parents and teachers tell the boarders what they're expected to do as boys and achieve as men.
First classes reveal very different teaching styles and an English teacher who tells the boys to seize the day.
Keating shocks students and staff when he tells his class to rip out the introduction to their poetry textbook.
Keating teaches the boys to seek out alternative views and find their own voices ... by climbing over his desk.
The principal blames Keating for Perry's suicide and the boys are summoned to betray their captain.
Dalton is disciplined for sneaking an article into the school paper and Keating questions his judgement.
John Keating reveals a very different teaching style in the boys' first English class for the semester, where he encourages his students to "seize the day". This clip captures a memorable scene from the movie that could be used as a conversation starter about pursuing life’s opportunities.
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