Yolonda's Genius - Study Guide Chapters 3 & 4 Summary & Analysis

Carol Fenner
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Chapter 3 opens with Andrew in the classroom with Miss Gilluly, his teacher, who scolds him for having his harmonica out during lesson time. Miss Gilluly is trying to teach Andrew how to read, but he has no interest in the characters in the book's illustrations. There are two white kids in the illustrations, and they don't look anything like Andrew so why should he care what they are doing? Next, Miss Gilluly gives Andrew a picture of a dog and asks him what he sees in the photo. It is so obvious Andrew is confused, thinking he must be looking for something hidden within the picture of the dog. Meanwhile, in Yolanda's classroom, the situation is the complete opposite. Yolanda has chosen a seat that will give her teacher prime view of her when she has her hand up, and Yolanda always has her hand up. She...

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