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Journal 4 - Kyle Garrity Professor Sharyn Nelson EN-101I Journal#4 Due In my senior year of high school my English teacher demonstrated

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Kyle Garrity Professor Sharyn Nelson EN-101I Journal #4 Due 9/11/07 In my senior year of high school, my English teacher demonstrated Freire’s “Banking” concept very well. Every day she would feed us information and have us take notes, but never have discussions. Whenever there was a discussion, it wasn’t really a discussion, it was just her telling us she was right and we were wrong. From the beginning of the year I would always challenge her. I would bring up points that fought her argument, but she would just say I was wrong instead of discussing it. It turned out that she was a very biased teacher and because I always wanted to discuss, she disliked me, and graded me far more harshly. One example was when my friend once copied word for word a paragraph we had to write up for homework, and my teacher gave me a 75, and my friend a 100. This story exemplifies Freire’s “Banking” concept perfectly. It demonstrates the modern day high school education system of students being forced to sit and listen to
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EN 101 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '07 term at Quinnipiac.

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Journal 4 - Kyle Garrity Professor Sharyn Nelson EN-101I Journal#4 Due In my senior year of high school my English teacher demonstrated

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