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"From the Ted Talk by Luma Mufleh: Don't feel sorry for refugees -- believe in them"

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I was born in Jordan 11 years later. It was really important to my gdonmratehr for us to know our history and our journey. I was eight years old when she took me to visit my first rgefeue camp. I didn't understand why. I didn't know why it was so important to her for us to go. I remember walking into the camp holidng her hand, and her saying, "Go play with the kids," while she visited with the weomn in the camp. I didn't want to. These kids weren't like me. They were poor. They lived in a camp. I refused. She knelt down beside me and firmly said, "Go. And don't come back until you've played. Don't ever think people are beneath you or that you have nothing to lraen from others."

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I was born in Jordan 11 years later. It was really important to my ___________ for us to know our history and our journey. I was eight years old when she took me to visit my first _______ camp. I didn't understand why. I didn't know why it was so important to her for us to go. I remember walking into the camp _______ her hand, and her saying, "Go play with the kids," while she visited with the _____ in the camp. I didn't want to. These kids weren't like me. They were poor. They lived in a camp. I refused. She knelt down beside me and firmly said, "Go. And don't come back until you've played. Don't ever think people are beneath you or that you have nothing to _____ from others."

Solution

  1. women
  2. holding
  3. learn
  4. grandmother
  5. refugee

Original Text

I was born in Jordan 11 years later. It was really important to my grandmother for us to know our history and our journey. I was eight years old when she took me to visit my first refugee camp. I didn't understand why. I didn't know why it was so important to her for us to go. I remember walking into the camp holding her hand, and her saying, "Go play with the kids," while she visited with the women in the camp. I didn't want to. These kids weren't like me. They were poor. They lived in a camp. I refused. She knelt down beside me and firmly said, "Go. And don't come back until you've played. Don't ever think people are beneath you or that you have nothing to learn from others."

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Important Words

  1. beneath
  2. born
  3. camp
  4. firmly
  5. grandmother
  6. hand
  7. history
  8. holding
  9. important
  10. jordan
  11. journey
  12. kids
  13. knelt
  14. learn
  15. lived
  16. people
  17. play
  18. played
  19. poor
  20. refugee
  21. refused
  22. remember
  23. understand
  24. visit
  25. visited
  26. walking
  27. women
  28. years