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The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child - Inside Out Summary & Analysis

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Inside Out Summary

In Inside Out, the family settles in Tent City in Santa Maria. Francisco goes to school for the first time. On the way there, Roberto tells him the teacher used to hit Roberto with a ruler for not following directions. Roberto could not follow directions because he cannot understand English. Roberto and Francisco get on the bus. It is noisy with a lot of kids. They get headaches. Francisco goes to his first class. Miss Scalapino is his first grade teacher. She only speaks in English. Francisco cannot understand. He gets a headache because of this. He stares at the classroom pet, a caterpillar in a jar. In class, Francisco daydreams he is in the fields with Papa. He pretends to listen to Miss Scalapino. The most popular and biggest boy in his class is named Curtis. However, Francisco hangs out...

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