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By Herbert Kohl

ISBN-10: 0335102999

ISBN-13: 9780335102990

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The Night Club A long black limazne pulled up to a stop. It stopped to a night club on 93 St called the Hot Spot. There came out an nice dressing man. He was dressed in a blue suit black hat and shoes. The streets were dark, the streets lights were busted. You could hear young teenagers cursing. Then from the night club you heard rock and roll music. The nice dressing man walked into the Hot Spot and took off his coat and hat. The teenagers began to move around to the Hot Spot. The owner of the Hot Spot was Arther.

The emeperor commaned him: ‘Since you are so brave, you shall fight the two ferces lions in all of Rome! ’ Those words frightened Pathos. Soon, the two lions came charging out at him. He saw one of the Roman Soldiers, then he swiped a sword from him. The first lion scared him so much that it made trip backwards, and fall on his back. He was stunned... then could hear the laughing, and jeering audience. The lion sprang! This would have been the last of Pathos, but so lucky, had Pathos been, then when he had had his sword sticking up, the lion hit the sword, then the lion fell over, and it was dead.

This meant that there were many things that the class didn’t ‘cover’ that there were days without arithmetic and weeks without spelling or my dear Vocabulary. Many exciting and important things were missed as well as many dull things. But the children learned to explore and invent, to become obsessed by things that interested them and follow them through libraries and books back into life; they learned to believe in their own curiosity and value the intellectual and literary, perhaps even in a small way the human, quest without being overly burdened with a premature concern for results.

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36 Children (Innovations in Education) by Herbert Kohl

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