Explain what prompted Mrs. Paley to take notes on her observations about her class that later turn into her book "White Teacher."
Compare the differences in the Chicago school and the schools Mrs. Paley taught in in the south.
Describe how Mrs. Paley finally gained her first black student's trust and what that meant for Mrs. Paley as a teacher.
Discuss what Mrs. Paley protested for and how it ultimately connected to her desire for her classroom. Explain what Mrs. Paley really wanted to accomplish in her classroom.
Explain and describe how Mrs. Paley disciplined the disruptive boy in Chapter 5 to rid him from his bad behavior. Detail its success or failure.
Discuss what Mrs. Paley highlighting racial differences did for her classroom, her black students, and herself.
Explain how Mrs. Paley associated intelligence to a person's economic status and what she realized about her assumptions. How is...
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