Dangers Of Ignorance


Quote From The Book

"What though care killed a cat, thou hast mettle enough in thee to kill care."

~Claudio Act 5 Scene 1

This quote represents to us more carelessness than danger, but when partnered with ignorance can very easily become dangerous.

Famous Quote

"The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don't know anything about."

~Wayne Dyer

Our Work Of Choice

FROZEN!!! :)

We picked frozen because everyone assumed that Elsa was dangerous instead of trying to reason with her.

Compare & Contrast

Compare; In both works people just assumed the worst instead of investigating further. In both of the story lines there are multiple people that are quick to judge, causing the conflict and all of the danger with it.

Contrast; In "Much Ado About Nothing" people were played into believing something where as in "Frozen" people reacted out of instinct. Also in "Much Ado About Nothing" people were ignorant about relations and dishonesty, but in "Frozen" it is just fear of power.


From this, you learn to never make conclusions about things you don't fully understand. You should look into what you don't comprehend before running off hot-headed.