A Hope In The Unseen Student Analysis

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It was eyes opening to see that these students are motivated to learn. Scholarly, I can relate these students to the book A Hope In the Unseen because these students are similar to Cedric. They live in a poverty area where the education system is low and the dropout rate is high. However, they are motivated to learn. This shows that there are still and we can change that by helping other people. I made a difference because I helped these students understand the materials they’re supposed to learn in class. This was eye opening because seeing how happy the kids understand something made me feel like a teacher. Personally, I learned kids love when adults care about them. They like it when I teach them math. Professionally, I learned that it

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