From My Friend Ro Vargo Analysis

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While reading “From My Friend, Ro Vargo” you will notice that it is about a girl that had special needs that is in a normal classroom setting. Recalling the story, it goes through the ups and downs of having a girl named Ro placed in a normal classroom setting. As well as the choices that her parents had to make by putting her in a mainstream classroom. As you read the story, Ro’s parents talk about the challenges that their daughter had to face and not just at school but at home with her sibling as well. In reading “From My Friend, Ro Vargo” it shows us that even though you /or someone you know has special needs, that you can achieve your dreams and goal’s too. You just might have to work a little harder at achieving them. In this story
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In the bible in verses (1 Timothy 6:12 English standard Version) you read, fight the good fight of faith; take hold of the eternal life to which you were called, and you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses. This verses helps us understand that no matter how hard life is here on earth for us, that there is a better place for us that is pain free physical, emotional, and mentally. As long as we believe and spread his word and live for the word of God it will be a better life for us eternal. God has made us all for a reason and we may not know what that reason is or why, but our Lord and Savior does know and that is all that matters. Therefore, students regardless of disabilities are no expectation. In (Hebrews 3:13-15 English Standard Version) it states but exhort one another every day, as long as it is called “today”, that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. For we have come to share in Christ, if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end. As it is said “today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts as in the rebellion. This verses all’s in to play with disable students because we are just like us and want to be loved just like us. God loves all of his children and as a Christian it is our job to help lets us realize that. Therefore, as a Christian special education teacher it is important for us to spread the love of Christ with all of their students. As a teacher you can teach them about faith as well as how to do their best despite their adversity. Inclusion can help a student with special needs to improve their social skills that can benefit them forever as well as helping their confidence level. Although it help’s the student with special needs it can help the other students with their character growth as well. All of these skills can help student’s in real life situation

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