What coping and survival mechanisms did lafeyette and

3 questions about a book called "There are no children here", and 1 about a video ,, read descriptions

The first 3 questions are link to a book called "There are no children here" by Alex Kotlowitz in 1991. and the fourth question is an opinion about the videos linked after in the question.

The ansowers to all the questions below is not an essay, and can be a paragraphs made up of 5 to 6 sentences. And make sure that each one of them is answers separately and do not link to the others.

Q1. What scenes from Chapter 1-11 (or whatever you have read so far) made the biggest impression on you and why?

Q2. Given the dangers of everyday life in the Henry Horner Homes, what coping and survival mechanisms did Lafeyette and Pharoah develop? What would you do in a neighborhood such as this to survive and to cope with daily challenges and dangers?

Q3. Why do you think the author titled his book, There Are No Children Here?If you had the power to change the life-chance opportunities of children like Pharoah and Lafeyette, what would you do?

Q4. The link below is a experiment a teacher did to teach her children not to judge people based on race. There is some inappropriate language in the videos please understand that this was taped in the late 60's early 70's. I want to know your opinion. Do you think this is a proper way to teach children about discrimination? If you were a teacher how would you teach your students about diversity and discrimination?


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