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Grade 3
Persuasive
Writing

Bad Boy

Nana-Wadieh, 826NYC
Presented by: Cartoon Network
This student writes about accepting people the way they are and putting yourself in someone else’s shoes.

The reason you should accept people the way they are is because everybody is different and people have feelings as soft as feathers and they can be hurt very easily and then they are going to feel bad about themselves. And if you are bullying, you have to put your feet in other people’s shoes so you can feel what they’re feeling and you’ll stop. In conclusion, do not bully anymore.

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