Analysis Of The Gestures Of Grace By Alison Melotti-Cormack

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The narrative “the gestures of grace” by Alison Melotti-Cormack is about what makes someone a good teacher. A good teacher is someone who loves to learn. A good teacher should be able to connect with and understand their students. A good teacher learns to welcome the student that pushes her to the limit and makes her feel like she could explode. A good teacher evolves and changes over time. Lastly the author states that listening to their students is a gesture of grace. The author’s point is that being a good teacher is about learning the gestures of grace. believe the author is saying to be a good teacher you need to be open minded, able to understand their students, have high patience, be caring and kind, and be able to change and become

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