SUMMARY 4 - Peng 1 Guandong Peng Dr.Espinosa-Aguilar Eng 1102-section#5 Draft notes Introduction Scholarship boy 1 I become more tactful careful to

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Peng 1 Guandong Peng Dr.Espinosa-Aguilar Eng 1102-section (#5) 11/10/2010 Draft notes Introduction: Scholarship boy 1. “I become more tactful, careful to keep separate the two very different worlds of my day” (Rodriguez 546). 2. Get rid of his accent but get no help from his family I) The loss 1. “What he grasps very well is that the scholarship boy must move between environments, his home and the classroom, which are at cultural extremes, opposed” (Rodriguez 547). 2. Scholarship boy 3. “He takes his first step toward academic success, away from his family” (Rodriguez 549). 4. He cannot admire his parents, but hurt his mother and father 5. It mattered that education was changing me all the time. 6. My parents’ attitude to my academic success. II) Open the doors of your mind with books 1. “In the sixth grade I simply concluded that what gave a book its value was some major idea or theme it contained” (Rodriguez 556). 2. He found reading a pleasurable activity.
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Peng page 2 3. He entered high school having read hundreds of books. “My habit of reading made me a confident speaker and writer of English”
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course ENG 1102 taught by Professor Espinosaaguilar during the Spring '10 term at Northeastern.

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SUMMARY 4 - Peng 1 Guandong Peng Dr.Espinosa-Aguilar Eng 1102-section#5 Draft notes Introduction Scholarship boy 1 I become more tactful careful to

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