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Unformatted text preview: Christina Zinkel TE 302 1 April 2010 The Other Side of the Sky Literature Response Paper There are collaborations with other segments of schools which may take place as a result of this book’s discussion. Since there are so many minorities and parts of the population which are not typically featured within this book, the main character may serve as a bridge toward relating more with these groups. Since she is disabled the book shows how being different does not have to mean doing anything different than anyone else and finding the strength despite the differences to be just like everyone else. She also traveled from the Middle East during a time where Algerian women were viewed so negatively in America. Since she did not speak the language the barriers created for just simple things showed hardship which many of us take for granted. Also students tend to view literacy as common and don’t think about how hard it is to deal with not being able to read. Combining all of these challenges in a way which is relatable to deal with not being able to read....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course TE 302 taught by Professor Clara during the Spring '10 term at University of Michigan.
- Spring '10