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physical impairments Quotes

Four of the best book quotes about physical impairments
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“I wondered if she would teach able-bodied third graders the same way. Probably not. The more I thought about it, the angrier I got.”
Sharon M. Draper
author
Out of My Mind
book
Melody Brooks
character
anger
school
unfairness
intellect
physical impairments
Mrs. Billups
mentally aware
concepts
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“I still couldn’t get over the fact that I was part of the team. Okay. Truth. There was the team, and there was me, and we were in the same room. But we weren’t quite a team. They appreciated the fact that I usually got the answers right but . . . lots of the preparation involved fast-and-furious, back-and-forth discussions, and I had trouble adding anything to what was being said—most of the time.”
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“But slowly, slowly, I felt my body rolling to the right. And then, unbelievably, plop! I was on my stomach. I was so proud of myself, I screeched.”
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“Talk. I pointed to my board. I hit the word again and again. Talk. Talk. Talk. I have so much to say.”

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