Q. 1 C5.0( 1 Vote )
Answer in 150 wor
Cade was jealous of Carter because of a number of reasons. Freddie found it more enjoyable to spend time with Carter than with his teacher Cade. He learnt things faster and much more easily when Carter taught him. He preferred working with tools with Carter than learning words and doing the arithmetic with Cade. All these factors made Cade jealous of Carter.
When Cade tried to teach Freddie how to read sentences, Freddie refused to read them because he was confused with too many words. Carter, on the other hand, made things easier for him by lending him a helper to read one word at a time through a small slit in a card. When Cade witnesses Freddie reading through the card, he got very jealous indeed.
The jealousy Cade had for Carter wasn’t justified. Carter was not a qualified teacher, only a simple handyman, but it was not like he was trying to teach Freddie lessons in place of Cade. Carter just helped little Freddie, and involved him in small tasks that had a lasting impression on the kid’s mind.
Cade tried to assert a particular way of teaching on Freddie. He was more concerned about his job and about his targets than about the child himself. It is his ways that pressurize Freddie, and he finds solace in Carter who is easy-going, patient and playful. It is absolutely fine for Freddie to learn a few things while at play with someone else. Both their teaching methods are fine as long they go on parallelly. There is no reason of one being jealous of the other.
Rate this question :