His focus during this segment of the interview is the importance of school.
He wanted to go to school. He talks about the desire to hear his teacher read the chapters from Black Beauty.
So the point of my reflection is to help you revisit what Jim said. I especially want to plant seeds for creating engaging activities for the classroom.
Check out my thoughts.
How could you use what Jim talks about to help your kids better understand what was going on in south Georgia in the 1920s and 1930s.
By the way, one of my favorite comments has to do with Jim explaining to his dad that he has a test and must go to school.
Thanks for listening.
Next week will be part 3 of my interview with Jim.