Analyzing Brad Cohen's Essay 'Front Of The Class'

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“Front of the class” Disability: a physical or mental condition that limits person’s movements, senses, or activities. Tourette Syndrome: a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary tics and vocalizations and often the compulsive utterance of obscenities. The definitions above will help you understand the topic of my essay, which is about people with disabilities. I’m writing this essay because in my Language Arts class we saw a movie about a man with Tourette syndrome and he didn’t give up with his dream of becoming a teacher, the only thing he needed was an opportunity. I want people to understand that the people with disabilities are the same that us. The only thing they need to do is give a chance. My purpose is to make understand people that they are not different… Actually they are better, why? Because they face a challenge every day. Some people can’t move and they still doing their chores, other are bullied every day because they are “different”. This is for everyone know how difficult is to live with that. People only think of how fun is to bully them not how they feel. People bully them without knowing them he can be your best friend, but no, people usually only think about their cover not their content. I'm going to tell you about Brad Cohen's story ... The story begins with Brad ridding his bike to school when some people came and started bulling him. When I was at school he always got into MANY trouble, because he was making tics and noises. His teachers always thought that he was only trying to be funny. I was not. I had an…show more content…
I felt really sad. I imagined that is happening to me . I wished I could helped him, but I can’t, I can make a difference with other people. I really , really understood how bad the people can be. Not only with Brad. They are many bullies and the double of bullied people. Also the teachers, they didn’t want to know what was happening whith Brad They only punished

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