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To Sir With Love By ER Braithwaite With detailed reference to any 3 incidents in the book show how Mr Braithwaite changes the behaviour and attitudes of the class When Mr Braithwaite first encounters his class they are an unruly group of people who never manage to keep a teacher for long They were mostly unkempt and scruffy and werent very well educated as Mr Braithwaite found out on his first day Twenty-six of the class were girls and many of their faces bore traces of make-up inexpertly or hurriedly re-moved giving to their youth a slightly tawdry jaded look The boys were scruffier coarser dirtier the same wary sullenness PG 49 para2 Palmer sat down looking at me questioningly His reading was shockingly bad Benjamins effort was not much better nor was that of Sapiano Wells or DrakePG 51 para1 Mr Braithwaite failed to make much of an impression on his class when he first arrived In their weekly review all that was mentioned was a new blackie teacher Mr Braithwaite realised that his class went through phases with him The first one being the silent treatment where his pupils did everything that was asked of them but without enthusiasm or interest The second phase was the noisy treatment where lessons would be interrupted and there was general unruliness The first incident in the book which changed the behaviour and attitudes of the class was in the noisy treatment phase when one breaktime Mr Braithwaite discovered a sanitary napkin burning in the fireplace of the classroom The room was smoky and there was a huddle of people around the fire laughing and joking Mr Braithwaite was disgusted by this and ordered the boys out of the room so he could speak to the girls He told them his feelings about the incident how he was Sickened by their general conduct crude language sluttish
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