36 Children (Innovations in Education) by Herbert Kohl

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Where I was born In all story they beat around the bush before they tell you the story well I am not this story takes place in the Metropolitan Hospitle. When I was born I couldn’t see at first, but like all families my father was waiting outside after an hour or so I could see shadows. The hospital was very large and their were millions of beds and plenty of people. And their were people in chairs rolling around, people in beds and people walking around with trays with food or medicine on it. There was people rolling people in bed and there were people bleeding crying yelling or praying I was put at a window with other babies so my father could see me their was a big glass and lots of people round me so I could see a lot of black shapes.

But just then, the guards came running in. ’After twenty years of planing, the Persians were finally ready. The King sent out more of his armies before the Persians burn more of Greece. Megas was lose, he got some armor on, and then went to fight. The war was still on! Greek temples were being destroyed villages, even cities! Marathon was being destroyed by the Persians. The news came to Athens. Then Athens sent out their war ships to attack the Persians on sea! Athens helped Marathon to defeat the Persians, and Pericles the Athenian leader helped his army defeat the Persians and the Persian rule, and the Persian empire.

He grew up fine looking, handsome, but not strong, he was weak and sickly. When he got about eighteen years old his mother was killed by a Roman soldier who had hated his family. He was mad at this! So he set out alone on foot. He went to Greece. He was walking down the road lethargectly. Then, from behind, a whip hit him on the back! He fell on his chest, dazed by the slash of the burning whip. He couldn’t tell wheater he was bleeding, dying or what. Then the daze suddenly went away. Then he could hear the Latin words that he had learned.

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