What can schools do to draw out the best in unusual learners? Suggest whatever seems reasonable to you.
This question requires you to use your own perspective as well as your analytical skills. The answer to the question would vary from
one person to another. It is suggested that you read the text carefully and try attempting it on your own.
What did Hafeez contractor have nightmares about?
What did the Principal say to him, which influenced him deeply?
"... that year I did not step out onto the field." What was he busy doing that year?
(i) What "distraction" did Hafeez Contractor create one day?
(ii) Would you have liked to participate in the "distraction" had you
been with him?
Is it likely that someone who is original and intelligent does not do very well at school? Should such a learner be called a
failure? If not, why not?