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They might say to me, It was real! I think this meant that the course gave them contact with their own subjectivity and with my subjectivity, instead of blocking our contact with each other and with reality. I didn't present a distant, teacherly manner and didn't expect them to be disabled characters in a traditional school script. Both of us were free to be natural. Still others were actively hostile, challenging me in ways to stop the critical thrust of the class. They were committed to tradition and saw the class as a threat to their established values.
In the intimacy of these movements we have aspects of liberating education sometimes we don't perceive. Other Places: Education in Movements and Communities Ira In these movements, there are educational activities alsoseminars, teach-ins, publications. The authorities didn't set up opposition movements the way they constructed the school system. Movements have an autonomy lacking in formal classrooms, a distance from official control that gives them more freedom to act for social change and for critical education.
23 Predictably, when the students spoke to me or to others about their reality, their animation became more intense. This was the intrinsic motivation you spoke about, Paulo, in our first session (see the "Introduction"). Motivation was in their relation to the subject matter and in the social relations of the classroom. The growth of their literacy could not be subtracted from critical contact with themes from their world or from the egalitarian milieu of our work together. I slowly understood what I was doing.