Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

THE CHALLENGERS OF A TEACHER!

March 10, 2008

 1.The students who wait for the slip of the tongue of a teacher

2.The students who know more apart from the syllabus

3.The students who enjoy a severe punishment.

4.The students who laugh even when a teacher is rude and harsh.

5.The students who write about wold history when asked about organic  chemistry.

6.The students who write one line answer for an essay type question.

7.The students who spend 75% of the time inside the toilet.

8.The students who yawn as soon as the teacher starts teaching.

9.The students who help a teacher with words when the teacher is in search of one.

10.Ofcourse the back benchers and front benchers!!!

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FEAR OF LOOSING

March 4, 2008

Fear of loosing anything…it might be an examination,might be a job or a love life may drive anyone to take that extreme desperate step…SUICIDE
                       That too when this affect a student’s life there is an extended worry of getting into depression.The great question infront of the educators is “how to deal with this?”
                          We often forget to inform the studentsd that the great achievers made their foundation on the mistakes they made during their beginning stage.We have the responsibility to inform the students that behind every success there’s not only hard work but also failures and errors.
                  It’s the educator’s duty to instil the value that failure is never a phase to hide in your life.But face it with courage to say the world “I failed just to make my base or foundation stronger”.
                    And educators, please give the students room to err …..as erring is the key which opens the door to perfection.

TAKE TIME FROM THE TIMELESS WORLD

December 26, 2007

The scarcest commodity in the world is time. Our life is dominated by time. We are all in a hurry, fixing a digital clock in our brain, let it be finishing a work, taking a decision, making a relationship, breaking a relationship, or ending a life, everything finalised within five minutes.                           
Admittedly everyone believes there is very little time to do extra work apart from the regular routine work. As the adult world is never time-conscious it is difficult to introduce the time concept and time- consciousness to the student world. The students should learn to beat the clock to accomplish multitudinal task within the specified time. Students who achieve this skill will be the highest achievers in all walks of life. Planning, prioritizing and focusing a task will help us to manage time. Wake up students…let the clock ticks and let the timeless world gives you time to do tremendous things in your life.

GIRL’S ZONE

December 24, 2007

Present day girls have new priorities and perspectives. They are extremely ambitious and outshine boys in all the spheres of life. They finish even a wrong argument in style. They are the super models of the world. They readily realize their potentials and are able to contribute to the mainstream of society. They consider friendship as the most rewarding and satisfying of all human relationships at this stage and these relationships are built primarily based on studies.

Friendships can be a source of both knowledge and strength for adolescent girls. They can also be a source of struggle, hurt, and confusion, particularly as girls move into adolescence. There are multitude avenues to distract the attention of the present day students. But the same multitude avenues make them more smarter and intelligent than the previous generations.
The overall picture of girls and women’s education is one of limited opportunity, numerous obstacles and questionable quality and relevance. But the good news is that new generations of girls represent the most promising source of change for women—and men—in the developing world today. Though the road to womanhood is tough and challenging, the girls are aware of it and they are able to overcome the barriers in their path and become successful in many walks of life.

READING IS THE GREATEST VICTIM

December 23, 2007

T.V the idiot box, the infotainment media and the most wanted gadget of the present generation has affected the thinking capacity of the whole mass. No body is left out by its influence. The most affected is the student generation. Even the adults reading account remain zero books every year as they too have dropped the reading habit We will be astonished to know that on an average we spend a year for every 10 years watching T.V.

Apart from all the other impacts the greatest impact is the blow on the reading habits of students. As students are addicted to take the matters with audio-visual effects, they are not ready to take print media, which they consider as the dullest media to hang around. It’s high time we realized the importance of reading habit, otherwise we will be responsible for creating a remote leading, non-creative and brain blocked generation.

BOY’S ZONE « ZERO TO ZILLIONTH

December 11, 2007

BOY’S ZONE « ZERO TO ZILLIONTH

BOY’S ZONE

December 10, 2007

The road to manhood is tough and challenging.It’s high time that boys realize it.Actually boys do not have more heroes to follow or worship except cricket stars and film heroes.Cricket stars have lost their charm after the match fixing scam.We donot have any positive heroes to guide the adolescent boys.

To appear more macho,to get hold of as many number of girl friends are the immediate goals of these adolescent boys and every now and then they try to find out innovative methods to show their control over these things.Adolescent boys always have a fear of losing control over matters and always want to be the boss of the situations.Result leading to hitting class mates,getting drunk,involving in anti social behaviours,gang activities,carrying knives and bunking classes which leads to poor grades.They get easily impressed by law breakers.
They are more obsessed with their self image and 90% of their time spent on to acquire muscles and to become an ideal hero.
Adolescent boys have a fear of able girls as they outshine in every field.They even compare the status of their father’s with their mother’s as now they have executive mothers at home competing their fathers.
There are multitude avenues to distract the attention of the present day students . But the same multitude avenues make them more smarter and intelligent than the previous generation.
Adolescent boys need some one to touch the emotional chord and to identify their pitfalls and to guide them accordingly.Of course 90% of this social responsibility lies with the teachers.It’s their duty to assure the boys that they can do better than girls and they can face the girls zone bravely and to cheer up the boys…”come on boys you are no less than them”

A Well Written Piece

December 7, 2007

To write a well-written piece it requires a high degree of creativity, some researching skill, a very good range of vocabulary and a complete knowledge of the subject. A well-written piece should have a distinct beginning, a logically leading middle and an impressive and hopeful conclusion. It’s not necessary for a well-written piece to have artificial, ornamental and bombastic words but it should be with variety of words woven around the specific theme or idea.                        
A well written piece can be called as an article if it is thought provoking, to the point and with an appropriate style to catch hold the attention of the readers.