Summary Of Night By Elie Wiesel Chapter 1

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Discussion Forum #1: After reading the Preface To the Reader and Chapter 1 in the Lukens, Smith, and Coffel text there were several ideas that jumped out at me and be seemed to be significant and important to me. The ideas that I found significant and important while reading include: I found this excerpt from the Preface to the Reader to be very significant and important because Classic books are usually books that are seen as being notable because of the message that they are portraying to their audience. Classic books are usually books that portray to their audience a specific theme or they portray to the audience a historical event. For example, for my Theological Ethics class we had to read the book Night by Elie Wiesel and I find that to be a Classic book because it tells the story of Elie Wiesel and his life in the concentration camps during the Holocaust. The book Night shows children how life was during the Holocaust and I believe that is something that children should learn about because it is a terrible thing what happened to those people who entered those concentration camps and children should know that they should appreciate the life that they have been given. Other classic books that have been published may deal with immigration, which is an oncoming topic in today’s world and I think that all children should …show more content…

For example, if you are talking to someone and you are using vulgar language, while there is a young child in the room, they are most likely going to repeat what you are saying because they do not know the meaning of the words that you are using and they do not realize that those words are terrible and should never be used. They say when teaching a child a second language besides English, it should be done when they are young because it is easier for them to absorb the information than it is when you get

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