The proper way to react to a child like august is to not react at all just act like he is a completely normal kid. That would be the proper way to react. I know it is hard to not react at all but people have to understand that it would really hurt there feelings if you react in a mean way. I think that I would honestly react to him in a shocked way, I wouldn't make a face but I would definitely be shocked maybe even make a little gasp. To compare with what I should do I would say that it wasn't that bad the way that I reacted but I would say that I shouldn't react that way but no one can help it.
The proper and right way to react if you see August eating out in public is to just ignore it for the obvious reason- To not be disrespectful and rude and just plain mean! But, probably my first reaction would be a look of shock trying to hide it. After I see and make sure its real i'd act nice and kind and jsust like anyone else, but I think when I first see it would be more surprising.
I think that if where out of my house and I saw a kid with a disorder like August I believe that I would gasp and be a little scared... sadly that is probably what I would do, but not noticing that it could hurt that persons feeling and could offend them. I know that if I do even meet a kid I should try not to do and do something more like this...
If you see the kid there and you just pass by them then try not to look back or stare.
If you run into them somewhere and you are face to face with them then defiantly don't run and try not to make any facial expressions and don't what the kid in the book did (sorry forgot his name) and say something rude like "what up with your face, where you in a fight or something???" 😔
I believe all of our reactions would be just the same with the way we would see someone with condition. For me personal i stare instead of making faces at them. For him i would maybe get a glance then take a longer look. The right way to react like that is probably seeing the person then introducing yourself and starting a solid conversation.
When I first take a look, I would try to look away very quickly. Based on augast's perspective, doing what I'd do is very rude. Instead, you shouldn't stare but you wouldn't look away too quickly. I think you should smile politely, and then look away in a normal speed! :)
I think that the first reaction that I would have would be like everyone else's to have sort of a blank reaction. What I think I should do is just act normal. Act like they are just another person. Act like nothing is different or awkward when they are there. That is how I would act if I were to see August eating in public.
I think I would stare at August for a while, but look away, but I might b be freaked out that there is someone like that behind me. However, if I noticed someone like him, I should just continue with what I am doing and not make him feel bad by starting at him.
Well my eternal reaction would be not to seek him out of the crowd and sit with my other friends and not go out if my way to say hi or meet him. But, the proper way to approach him is to introduce your self and ask or just sit down. Now I don't know if august was sitting alone or what not since I wasn't there but I would go out if my way and I would make friends. That is the proper way to approach someone like august...
If I saw a child like August eating out in public, the proper reaction would be to pass him like a normal person. To greet him at most, but don't pay to much attention to him. My first reaction would not involve any noises, but it would probably involve a second, or even a third glance to make sure of what I was actually seeing.
Now this is not part of the blog... But, I wanted to tell u that I finished my persuasive letter, slept, and watched bully! As u can recall I was in new York when we watched it.. It was very good! I may or may not see u tomorrow! Just wanted to drop in and say hi!!!
If I saw August’s face my eyes would probably widen and I would hold my breath. After that I would probably talk to my mom right in front of the person because I would be eager to know what disability he had. He would probably hear me and would feel really embarrassed.
The thing I should do is probably taking a glance at him and calm myself down. After I do that I should speak to my mom privately in the car. I should do that instead so he doesn’t feel really embarrassed in front of me. Or he doesn’t have any concerns that I think he looks weird.
My reaction would be to just keep doing what I was doing for example eating. The proper thing to do would probably that but not look. To be honest there are sometimes that I think I did one to many checks. So I think my way is the best for me. But without that many looks.
Im going to be completely honest and say what i would do is probably do a double take or be a little bit shocked.what i should do is act totaly normall or even do what summer did...go and try to be friends with them!
My first reaction would honestly be somewhat of a confused face amd then I would try to look away so he wouldn't think I was being rude by staring at him. I probably should've just aknowledged the fact that he was there, if he looked up at me just smile and show any kindness I can.
I think that my first reaction would have to be me looking at him a second time. I would take a little longer to stare and figure out what is wrong with him. Everyone has that initial reaction of what to do but sometimes it is not always the right thing. The right thing to do if you see him out in public is to treat him like anyone else. Don't act weirdly, if you can even just not look at him so you don't do anything to hurt his feels. That is what I think the right thing to do when you see someone like August eating in public.
Mr. Christopher A. Bunel6th Grade TeacherThompson Brook SchoolAvon, CT 06001