Author: SherrySongSHSF

Should parents simply teach their spoiled brats a hard lesson when necessary? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2016-11-7 09:51:41 |Display all floors
Too late already!!!   The latest Generation is going to the bin.
Twentyfive percent out of nothing is still nothing!

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Post time 2016-11-8 15:05:38 |Display all floors
Well,after three-year teaching in a mountain area< Most of my students are home-alone teens.Their parents are far away doing labour work to afford family charges. As I observed,most of my students are still spoiled in material pleasures.Knoledge or most of the spiritual thing I 'm trying to convey are  ,as far as I see, nonsence.That's probably I'm not working with pleasure. From the very beginning of my teaching,I'm always suffering the big  obstacle. I always need writing,sports,painting or travelling to restart my journey on teaching.It's such a big challenge.I really don't
wanna make my teaching a torture to all of my kids. God bless me and my students . Wish we can all achieve something worthwhile during the interraction.Otherwise,it's kind of torture phisically and mentally.

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Post time 2016-11-9 06:48:14 |Display all floors
THAT kind of behavior seems to be mostly with Chinese children, and expecially when accompanied by their grandparents.

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