Service learning reflection

Service learning reflection - Derek Hull EDP 201 Reflection...

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Derek Hull EDP 201 Reflection Paper This experience was very good for me to have. I took the child out into the hallway and sat with him to read him the book. The way the reading went, was that I read the little chapter and then ask him about his personal experiences about it. I tried to help the child connect what was read to something in his life. It showed me that taking time to help a child could brighten your day. It made me so happy to get to spend time with this child and see just a little bit about his life. To see the child happy just brightened my day. It could benefit me because it showed me the happiness that a child can get by reading. It could benefit me in the idea to never give up on a child. I believe that the experience was good for the child. I think that he did enjoy the book. I think that because he paid attention to the reading and took an interest in asking me questions about the story. I think he understood some of the little chapters. I think the ones that he understood were the ones that were more simple and just tried to be
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