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NPR Interview - Ishmael Beah

NPR Interview - Ishmael Beah

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Published by: DewaYoga on Apr 29, 2010
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A LongWay Gone
After listening to the NPR interview with Ishmael Beah, record andreflect upon your reaction to Ishmael’s story by answering thesequestions:Guiding Questions:
What did you find most interesting about this interview?
As you were listening to the NPR interviewer talking withIshmael Beah, which expressions, phrases, images or storiesstruck a cord with you, or most resonated with you?
Did these expressions, phrases, images, or stories thatIshmael recounts remind you of anything from either schoolexperiences or your life outside school? At what point did youfeel you might be able to connect with Ishmael?
How do you react to Ishmael’s ‘turning point’? The point intime in which he moved away from the violence of childsoldiering and into rehabilitation? What would you like to sayto Ishmael regarding his turning point, and how knowingabout his struggle and success affects you and your life?
How has listening to Ishmael’s experiences made you think orfeel differently about anything?
What are you still curious about? What questions might youhave for Ishmael, if in fact, you were in a conversation withhim?

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