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FREEDOM WRITERS PREZI

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Brandon James

on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of FREEDOM WRITERS PREZI

Timeline
Calculations
2013
2009
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2012
Team
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Figurative Language
Evaluation
I thought the book was really good and it was very interesting. I would give it 5 out of 5
Summary
This story starts when a young teacher named Erin Gruwell thinks she will be teaching regular high school students, little did she know they were actually putting here with at risk youths. In this book all of the kids in her class write their life experiences. One of the girls see's her friend being shot right in front of her and that's just one of the stories there's more stories you just have to read this book to find out what happens.
Characters
Genre
The Genre is Non-Fiction
Recommendation
I would recommend this book to both boys and girls, but mostly boys because there's some violence in the book.
SETTING
The setting takes place at Wilson High School in Long Beach, Califorina
The Freedom Writers diary
by the freedom writers
with Erin Gruwell

There really isn't really a specific character except Erin Gruwell. They all write their journal entry's with numbers
He pressured and bullied other teenagers into acting like modern-day Nazis. Similie
THE END
Theme of the book is to not lose hope.
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