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Diversity In The Classroom

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Meg is different than most people her age. She doesn’t have any friends at school. She gets into fights a lot, and corrects her teachers all the time. Many think she is stupid, even though she is more brilliant than most of them. You can say Meg tries her best at times, but others she has problems with. Meg isn’t normal, but what is normal anyway? She doesn’t have any friends, and the people she talks to at school are the teachers and other students that she argues with. She gets into more fights than anyone her age. She cares way too much about what people think of her. Meg also has a problem accepting herself for who she is. Meg’s relationship with people outside of her family sucks, but her relationship with Charles Wallace is outstanding. Meg is a tall young lady. She is quite skinny, but not too skinny. Her hair is usually up in a bun, or a ponytail. She has shoulder-length hair. She looks a lot like her mother, Mrs. Murry. Meg has to wear glasses, and she also has braces.…show more content…
Teresa reminds me of her because she doesn’t talk to many people. When my sister does talk to people, she always gets angry if they ask her questions. I feel that she thinks bad about herself. If it wasn’t for her boyfriend, Derek, I don’t think that she would be who she is. For some reason I get this feeling, kinda like a connection similar to Charles Wallace, that she wants to be like other people. She is the top student in her class, and I feel that she wishes she was less smart to have more friends than she
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