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  • EXPOSITION
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • The Moises and his bother Jose had just finish eating their breakfast before they both left off to school.It was Moises first time being in a school en Los Angeles.And Jose was going to show Moises around the Elementary he was going to be ,while he work as a janitor in the same elementary.
  • CLIMAX
  • " i could of done the test if it was in spanish."
  • Soon as he got to his classroom he found out that they test and it was mandatory for EVERYONE to take it.He was confused so he ask for help with a classmate but he got in trouble because he wasn't able to talk to nobody else during the test.
  • FALING ACTION
  • i wasn't able to the test
  • Once the class ended Moises went to his brother Jose to tell him that he wasn't able to take the test .So they went to the principle to talk to him and see if Moises can take the test but in a spanish version . He said he couldn't because it was a state test not a school test .
  • RESLOLUTION
  • That day he went home upset knowing he wasn't able to do the test because he didn't know english.Moises went to his mom and told her about his first day of school and how disappointed it was.
  • That night before he fell asleep he was thinking about his life in Mexico and his how mother and him cross the border.That flash black motive him to try his best and make his mother proud of him .
  • its okay.mijo
  • YEARS LATER ... graduated from High School with honors and accepted to a college.Moises decide to become a teacher because he would like to help the kids that come from other places and for they can struggle that much as he struggle when he first enter school.
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