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The Freedom Writers Diary: How a Teacher and 150 Teens Used Writing to Change Themselves and the World Around Them

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18 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

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When I first heard about this movie and book I didn't think it would be nice but now I'm glad that I saw it because it has touched me alot. You would never know what it feels like to be in their position unless you have been through it. You know how they say you shouldn...
When I first heard about this movie and book I didn't think it would be nice but now I'm glad that I saw it because it has touched me alot. You would never know what it feels like to be in their position unless you have been through it. You know how they say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. I did and I ended up to be so wrong, that is one of the best movies i have ever watched and it taught me a life lesson.

posted by Anonymous on January 8, 2007

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Freedom Writers Diary

I read this book freedom writers, i thought this book was an okay book beacuse it just talked about the children that are in the story and how they write a joural entree on every child that is in the class room, they tell about how they live, what they do when they aren...
I read this book freedom writers, i thought this book was an okay book beacuse it just talked about the children that are in the story and how they write a joural entree on every child that is in the class room, they tell about how they live, what they do when they arent in the class room.. and the teacher came from a rich town to teach in a bad section of a city. i also like how the teacher inspierd the children to do good and school and educate the children. This story might inspier the children that dont get educated and this teacher is willing to have them learning and to see what its like to learn and relate to some of the students in the class.the teacher is giving her heart out to her students.

posted by 1235023 on April 16, 2009

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