Journal Entry 3

Journal Entry 3 - fingers It seemed that the kids enjoyed...

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Journal Entry 3 Saturday, October 27 th – Saturday, November 3 rd 10:00 A .M. – 1:00 P.M. I’ve have reached the midway point through my service project . I have completed eighteen hours so far . These two weeks, instead of holding kick pads and teaching curriculum, we were focusing on board breaking . These kids would have to break wood boards to move on with their curriculum . It wasn’t hard work, but it was a little painfully holding all these boards for these kids to break . The kids are only 3-12 years old, so they don’t have the best accuracy . They would miss the board completely and kick my fingers . It would hurt, but it wasn’t the worst thing in the world. The thing that bugged me the most was that the kids would laugh or smile whenever they would kick my
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Unformatted text preview: fingers . It seemed that the kids enjoyed kicking my fingers on purpose. I was glad once these two weeks of board breaking was over . There were social classes present during taekwondo classes . There were four different social classes . The lowest class were the kids. The kids had to listen to me, the instructor, and to their parents . The next class level was me. I had controlled the kids, but I had to listen to the instructor and to the parents . The second highest class was the instructor . It seems that the instructor was the highest, but he had to listne to the parents. The highest level were the parents . The parents paid for the lessons so the instructor and I had to listen to all the parents’ opinions ....
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course BLW 201 taught by Professor Devience during the Spring '11 term at DePaul.

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