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March 30, 2018 at 4:44 pm #1045A
The adding of moral values as a subject in schools will surely not work. The real thing is that students should made to realize the real life situations. Like if in a class there are a bunch of bad students then they should be made to go on an outing to help and feed old citizens in the homes and SDF. they should be made to realise the situations that people are on their daily life. Otherwise if we they them for outings for visits then it will not inculcate them good values but instead it is the job of parents to take their children for outings and the school can organise meetings with parents to tell them to do so.
The bad students should be separated from their friends in classes and made to sit with good students or atleast they will learn to shut up during classes. Some schools need to select some students to send them to learn from good reputed schools, it is like a student exchange programme where the ill reputed school visits the good ones. It will inculcate them with good discipline.
Students can be taught right if the teachers wish so and they can do it at their levels instead of waiting for development of curriculum. Instead of punishing the students, they should be sent to good reputed schools for some weeks and they would return as better as they are though the good reputed students will be afraid of them but the teachers from those institutions will teach them right way to behave.
The actual thing is that we should not make them too materialistic that they ignore the world and start behaving like they are. If there is no one to teach them at home then the other students can do so. They will all get a new experience.
Long live, Mauritius.1+March 30, 2018 at 4:47 pm #1046A
Please note that i made many grammatical errors as i typed without checking them so if you could ignore them.