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10 thoughts on “The Freedom Writers Diary

  1. says:

    Erin Gruwell was a first year high school teacher She was teaching tough kids in Long Beach, CA Her students are the lowest at the school so she begins with diaries written by others to have them create diaries of their own She was able to stay with these students for all four years of high school Then she decided to teach college to new teachers.I teach I teach well An yet I find myself discouraged

  2. says:

    I will begin by stating that I did not read this entire book I made it through 50 or 60 pages I had not had any intent to read it, as I have heardthan enough stories about the fish out of water young white teacher who is able to save the inner city youth from the apparent inevitability of failure A coworker strongly recommended the book to me and actually put it in my hand, so I decided to give it a...

  3. says:

    True, this collective diary depicts racism quite poignantly, but what touched me deeply is this how the teens use writing to come out of the confinement of racism and resurrect their self esteem A powerful, captivating narrative.

  4. says:

    The only reason I picked up this book was because it happened to be lying around the house, and I needed something to read I d heard of the movie with Hillary Swank and intended and still do to stay away from it as I believed it was another Gangsta s Paradise cliche white teacher, colored students, they all dance and learn When I picked up the book, I thought it would provide a few anecdotes of interest befo

  5. says:

    I was pretty disappointed by this book from the get go Diaries and journals are interesting because you are able to experience someone else s life in real time Part of that experience is being immersed in the language, personality, and emotion of the author The students idolize Anne Frank and Zlata, but don t allow any of their own voices into their writing Each entry sounds just like the next with only occasio

  6. says:

    Freedom Writers by Erin Gruwell is one of the most interesting books I ve ever read.It is about how one teacher Erin Gruwell makes it her goal to change the way students in her class view the world.The students in her class view the world as one big war zone and have their own goal which is to be able to survive the streets without being killed.Mrs.Gruwell takes it up on herself to show the kids the theirsto life

  7. says:

    I work in an inner city school This doesn t quite touch on the way inner city schools really are For instance, all the kids writing is in standard English My kids, when expressing how they really feel, use what I call Urban English I just couldn t hear my kids in this book I related a bit to the teacher s writing But there are a lot of realities that were not portrayed in this book For instance, the teacher had her o

  8. says:

    The Freedom Writers Diary is an amazing, moving, and inspirational piece of art It consists of a collection of diary entries written by the 150 Freedom Writers and their English teacher, Ms Gurwell All of these Freedom Writers are students at Wilson High School in Long Beach California, where they have been placed in a below average English class with Ms Gurwell as their teacher This is Ms.Gurwell s first teaching exper

  9. says:

    An interesting but ultimately unrealistic story of a high school teacher in an urban school in CA who does amazing things with her students The unrealistic parts first, the students write diary entries what I missed immediately were student s voices With one or two exceptions, they could have all been written by the same student the stories were different of course fresh, sad, poignant, brutally honest dealing with everyth

  10. says:

    Unfortunately, I did not love the book I wanted to, being a teacher who hopes she makes a difference, even in some small way, in the lives of her students Particularly since it was a true story, it had all the potential of a classic tearjerker where this sap is concerned, and yet, it fell flat.First of all, they edited it so much that it felt fake I think I would have much preferred to see the diary entries as photocopies in

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