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Ron Clark

  • Date Submitted: 05/07/2014 06:41 AM
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I really like Matthew Perry, but I used to imagine him as a comedy actor, but in this film he managed to play in such touching and believable ways that I had understood that I had not been disappointed with the choice of the favorite actor. In my opinion Matthew Perry did a great job with the role.
The main character was Ron Clark. He used to live in a small town in North Carolina. Then he moved to New York and began working in one of the city schools in Harlem, where some problematic students studied. The kids did not want to accept him and even argued about in how many days a new teacher would finally leave the school. Most of the guys were from disadvantaged or large families. They didn’t see anything good in life, and aggression was their normal protective reaction.   Ron Clark created special rules for them that helped them to understand each other and trust each other. He believed that the children and he had been one family. Ron Clark's triumph was the fact that he had managed to show everyone that it did not matter where you had been born, what kind of family you came from and what your wealth was. Everyone had potential, the main thing was to find a special key to everyone and to help a child to realize it. After much effort his class was recognized as one of the best in the state according to the results of the examination tests, his methods of teaching could be considered to be unique.
When you watch this film, it seems that this is one more tale of an ideal teacher who helps children in everything. Nevertheless it was also a real person: Ron Clark. And that's great! All children and every person need an individual approach. Ron taught the children not only mathematics, English, and other subjects, but also to believe in yourself, strive for the best and not to pay attention to what others think about you, not even close friends.


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