Views
1 year ago

PerfectlyImperfect

When I got home, I sat

When I got home, I sat my table all day thinking about my actions. Was I really that cruel? I always considered myself to be a good person but I never considered how hurtful words could be. I’m still trying to figure out what I can do to right my wrong and nothing seems to be enough but I promise to keep trying.

Chapter 3​ ​Yahkiney’s Story Wei-Chun’s experience in the classroom of a foreign country is way too common. He is automatically mistaken for being Chinese. This is a terrifying and nerve wrecking moment for any child’s first day of school in a foreign country. Later on in the story After this panel Wei-Chun tries speaking to Jin in his original language and Jin tells him, “You’re in America. Speak English.” Yahkiney faced the same situation when he first became an American student.

Suspense_Magazine_December_2012_rev02
Suspense_Magazine_August_2014_Issue
Montgomery_Ways_of_Reading
Middle_School_Workbook_Customizable_V3
Understanding and motivating the middle school - Youth Connections
Dr. Olena Yatsunska Presents
Corpus Linguistics (L615) Motivating regular ... - Indiana University
Cross-generational and Transactional Sexual Relations in Sub - ICRW