Friday, December 7, 2012

938. Do my students think profoundly?



One day teacher of English A said to teacher of English B, “Just thinking.

That is something some of my students fail. That failure comprises from the effort invested in doing a drill to the effort at thinking about the ethics as the main topic of a long text in their course book.

An example of this latter case is a text where they've got to decide if reporting or not a case of a starting bullying by a school mate.

Something even farther: seeking the truth. For example, why am I on earth? What for? What’s my ultimate goal in life? What does my Father God wants from me? God has a loving tenderness, limitless, toward me, like all the best dads and moms in the world as a whole.” / Photo from: terawarner com. mom and daughter

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