Write A Response To The Writer Bell Hooks

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In the introduction, the writer " bell hooks" implied that becoming a teacher was a result

of the pressure coming from people 's beliefs. However, the writer 's real interest was

actually

writing. Because of antiracist struggle, education was essentially political. In addition,

teachers were committed to pass their feeling of fighting racism to students as a way

to uplift the race. The writer said that her home was a place that she had to pretend to

be someone else. In contrast, school became the place where she can find herself in.

After racial integration school has completely changed for the writer. She used to

admire high school before having white teachers whose classes reinforced racist

stereotypes. Couple of black teachers moved to desegregated schools, but always felt
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Undergraduate years were classes

that the author are no longer enjoy mainly because professors lack skills to

communicate. Bell Hooks found Paulo Freire and he was a man that she can look up

to as he prompted critical pedagogy to her. The feminist classrooms were the

place that we could raise critical inquiries about education process related to practice

of freedom. Bell Hooks was excited to start teaching with ways different than what she

had been taught. Furthermore, she longed to combine excitement and seriousness

making a better learning environment than the one she used to had. The author

believes that teaching is a performative art and to embrace it we need to do our best

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