This is my insight using the See-Think –Wonder thinking routine. I can see from this article that there is a woman carrying a child in her hand and there are two children standing next to her. They depict a common scene in India where a family is suffering due to poverty. I also found out that India is the poorest country in Asia and that Asia is accounted for two – thirds of the world`s poorest people. It is also due to the caste system in India which also contributes to the poverty as this system keeps many families poor from generation to generation by assigning certain groups of people to low status. I wish someone would lend them a helping hand and rescue them from their troubles
From this article I can understand that due to poor sanitization many people cannot attend school. I guess this is because they are too ill to attend school and if they do the disease would spread and it would slowly become an epidemic. The poor also do not have enough money to buy medicines of get medical help. It is mainly the girls who are affected because there is not many medical benifits there.Hence we as students should try our best to provide some help for the poor like books and writing materials.
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This is my insight using See-Think-Wonder thinking routines. I can see many people queuing outside a centre. Which I think may be place where people collect food which is being rationed. This could be because they cannot afford the products being sold as they may be too poor. I wonder why no spares a thought for them. In fact increasing the price of the food prices intensifies the people suffering from hunger. If the prices continue to increase , less people would be able to eat and soon being able to feed a family of four would be a difficult task.
This is my insight using See –Think –Wonder thinking routine. From this article I can see there is a shabby looking man sitting on the roadside where he is being offered water from a man. The place is very dirty. Poverty creates illness as people are forced to live in such poor conditions which where they are bound to catch a disease or two. These poverty stricken people suffer everyday without decent shelter, clean water and poor sanitation facilities. I wonder how we could help out these people and makes their lives less of a struggle.
This is my insight using See-Think –Wonder thinking routine. I see a boy drinking from a tap. I think he is drinking from the tap as that is his last option for a drinking source. This is just of many things people do just to get water. So we should appreciate every last drop of water and not waste ; example throwing water filled plastic bottles at soccer players. Water is one of the essential things for human beings to live. I cannot imagine living without drinking at least one glass of water a day.
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