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English Reading Practice – The Right to Education

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Billy and Cameron study together a big history test.

Billy has a pile of cards with facts written on . He flips through them, in order to what they say.

Cameron asks, "Why do do that?"

"You mean the memorization?" Billy , "I am trying to remember it all."

", but it does not seem like you understand any of it."

"Not really." Billy , "But who cares as long as I pass the test, ?"

"Well," Cameron says, "you remember any of it after the test."

"." Billy agrees again, "But our teacher does the grades we get."

"Billy, you have the right for . It is your right, your teacher's. It seems like you are it away. Why don't you study for ?"

"Study for myself? What does it mean?"

" means," Cameron explains, "you find out you study, and then you make sure that you achieve your . For example, if you driving lessons, it is because you want learn how to drive. It will not much sense to take driving lessons to the test if you cannot drive in end."

"I think I see your point." says. "Then I guess we see what the purpose of studying history is. And maybe I can actually try to understand I am reading…"

"Yes," Cameron smiles, "I we should."