One Child - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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Torey has given up being obsessed about getting Sheila to do paperwork, but she is still concerned about Sheila's ability to adapt to a regular classroom. Sheila's preference for reciting her answers to Torey, Anton, or Whitney barely works in the special education class but will not be acceptable in a regular classroom with twenty-five other students. Torey wonders if Sheila's aversion to paperwork comes from her inability to handle failure. Sheila does not like to be proven incorrect and does not cope well with even the gentlest correction. However, Sheila is a curious child who wants to be able to do the same things as the other children. Torey puts a lot of emphasis on creative writing in her class and this activity is something the children really enjoy. Since Sheila does not do paperwork she does not engage in the writing. One day...

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