The Promise of a Pencil - Chapter 25 - 29 Summary & Analysis

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Adam accepted an invitation to return to Semester at Sea and be a guest speaker joining the students on a trip to Morocco. For his speech, he focused on what the students probably wanted to hear the most. He told them to be flexible; plans often change unexpectedly. He also gave them advice on staying safe in the remote areas that they would be traveling in. He practiced looking directly into the eyes of those in the audience to underscore to portray greater conviction about his words. He would tell young students to take advantage of your youth and freedom. Adam vowed to only speak from the heart during his speeches.

After leaving the SAS ship, Adam traveled on to Ghana which was the next area targeted for a PoP school. There was a huge need for primary education in the nation. Parents...

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