Education Rita: Speech

What is “into the world” It has been told that moving into the world is the Implication of movement of a person from one stage to another, to become a better person and acquire new skill and new knowledge during their transition along the way.
Good morning student of year 11, today I'm here to help you explore you opinions and ideas on the following topic: MOVING INTO THE WORLD CREATES BOTH PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES.
You see my fellow students moving “Into the world” does create both problems and possibilities because when entering or moving into a new world it requires growth, change and development of an individual and through these things will create possibilities, but unfortunately this same individual will stumble across many problems that impact negatively upon them and require them to make sacrifices along if they are to fully transition “into the world”
The play “Educating Rita” by Willy Russell demonstrates that moving into the world creates both problems and possibilities. This is found with Rita and her transition from one word into another, with the help of Frank.
Educating Rita is about a lady named Rita who is from the bottom end of the uneducated working class society. Being a hairdresser she feels that life has passed her by. She wants an education, so she goes to Frank, a dissolute university professor. Ironically Frank is not a promising answer, he is self destructive, clinical and he does not inspire confidence. Although Rita is smart enough to recognise the Frank represents a different culture and offers her access from a state of un-education and ignorance to one of an intellectual and social betterment or better known as “into the world” that she has always wanted.  
Frank, however is unwilling, but once committed he’s sees an opportunity to ‘sculpt’ his perfect woman. Franks approach to Rita is much the same as Pygmalion and The Legend of Galatea.   The Legend of Galatea is about a man named Pygmalion. Pygmalion was a sculptor, he...