Malala’s Mission

          Education is so important to Malala because she doesn’t want to be an ordinary housewife, she wants to be somebody in life, and education will get her their. Malala believes that all girls should be able to go to school so they can become successful in life. However, Malala grew up in school so she don’t want to stop going because of some people’s beliefs, so at the age of 10 she decides when she’s older she is going to change pakistan for the good of the girls. Malala wants to stand up for the girls of Pakistan’s rights to go to school because nobody else will.”We are just girls who want to go to school and have a better education for the future.” That’s why education is so important to Malala, because she believes that all girls should be able to go to school.    

My True Friends: Reflection of Out of my Mind

                                      I only want friends that can be themselves,

                     If you can’t be yourself I can’t trust you, around me or my family,

                               I can’t let you in my house because you might steal,

                           Now that you have showed me your true colors,welcome,

                                       You can now be accepted as my friend.

Literary response

Hear are some ways Melody changed in the story “Out of my mind”. When Melody got her new automatic wheelchair she super happy because now she can move herself without someone having to push her.”Now I don’t have to wait for somebody to move me across the room”.Mrs.v was teaching Melody how to talk by making a board that had words on it,so Melody could point to the words she wanted to say.”I pointed to yes on my board then no”.When Melody got her new Medi-talker she was ecstatic because now she can actually talk to her family and friend’s.”Calm down mello yello Mrs.v says placing a hand on my shoulder,but I can’t relax”.”Open!Open!Open!I tap”. These are some ways Melody has changed in the story.

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