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Every Child Is Special Essay

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It’s one of those movies that just won’t be forgotten easily, a movie that will be etched in viewers mind, and a movie that surely will impart lessons about life, and teaching.
The movie introduced me to the condition called dyslexia. It made me wonder and think back in time if some people I knew and met were dyslexic. I had classmates before in grade school that I really didn’t understand why they took too long to read a simple sentence or a short paragraph. The movie made me wonder if, perhaps, some of them were dyslexic after all. At that time, it was either you were smart because you read fluently, or you were dull because you simply took a longer time to read simple words and sentences. There was no in between, no label for those who had a hard time reading simply because what they try to read were different from what normal ...view middle of the document...

It tells about a boy, his IshaanAwasthi, who was always getting in problem at school for being so misbehaving and out of focus from his lessons. Too often, he would be caught by his trainer they dreaming and getting low grades. Because of this, his father send him to boarding school, all alone and homesick with the hope of disciplining him. But the scholarly status of Ishaan did still not improve. Instead, he became withdrawn and lonely, far from the Ishaan who was active and fun loving. Then came a new art trainer who would just convert the way Ishaan would act towards school and learn to appreciate himself even more.
Safary with his innocent eyes and face, made me laugh with his funny antics and the same time rend my heart as he goes through the agony of enduring boarding school alone and away from his parents. From start to finish the movie grift my attention and the musical portion added to my fascination.
Another deep lesson carve in my mind was about how teachers greatly affect their students outlook in life, and how they influence them. A simple show of came and understanding goes long way especially if the child has undergone something. Personal crisis in coping with personal incapability, family among other things.
Every child is an eye opener as to the worth and significance of every child. The story deals with an issue that is as it real unrecognized dyslexia.
Every child is a movie that can tug the heart strings and the same time being hope that having dyslexia is not a desperate situation. Family support, patience and love are created themes is this story plus the original focus on painting and art. The law on multiple intelligences in the study plays a major role in this movie and can be very information to teachers and parents alike. Every child is extra is one heart touching movie.

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