After rereading Gee, The main point to me about his idea on a primary discourse. Where he goes on to tell the reader if you aren’t born with a primary discourse then it’s almost impossible to learn one. I really like that this idea because after reading the literacy narratives. They all kind prove Gee wrong and his ideas on a discourse because they all go though a struggling time in their lives that cause them to be put down or and not want to learn their discourse. And according to Gee that should show that they wouldn’t be able to learn the discourse in a later time. But everyone in their stories be the end of the story have a success story that they end up learning they end up learning their discourse and becoming good at the end. So they all end up proving Gee wrong and having a success story.