Therefore, there is a general phenomenon of teacher's continuous explanation, writing, and students' notes. , however, the foreign teacher's class, the teacher is to guide students thinking and expression, is to develop student's or students as the dominant class teacher not speaking up in class, the teacher just provide subject and guide the people to discuss. Students are the subject of lectures and discussions in class. All of these differences are fundamentally different from the education concept in China and the west. In the Chinese education concept, knowledge is very important.
People are going to have their opinions and they are going to stick with them also anyone on their side due to the fact that everyone is prejudice in some points of their lives. It would be nice if we weren’t prejudice but we are, the only way to stop prejudice would to stop all competition. We all just need to love and respect each other and put the differences aside, if we can do that then there will be an improvement in prejudice but we still will not be able to abolish prejudice. As we saw in the study the kids were prejudice and doing anything to stop whoever was in their way of getting the prize we can compare this to our own lives and experiences because we see everyday people being prejudice over stupid things, there is no way of avoiding
People from an early age naturally tend to be guided by other people. First, they wished to please their parents and then their teachers at school. Even as adults, they have to Obey and conform to the authority of laws, police even their employer in the office, etc. Sometimes due to their anxiety to complete their work, consciously or unconsciously, tend to achieve their purpose using unethical ways, because the authority pressured them to. (Prentice, 2004)This phenomenon occupied the scientific community enough.
Alternatively, a group or individual displaying cognitive dissonance finds an individual has conflicting attitudes, beliefs or behaviours therefore, rationalises the situation to bring about cognitive balance to their situation in an effort to be more comfortable with their choice. In other studies such as Milgrims distance study, this study revealed that group participants acted with the greatest obedience when their instructor was of a close proximity to the teacher as opposed to being in another room suggesting an emotional factor is involved. There is an inherent drive for conformity in every individual whether they are required to comply or be obedient; it is just a matter of what the situation at hand requires
Morality is something that everyone has, and it is important to one’s everyday life. It helps one to grow as a person and leaves an impression on every person one will meet. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, multiple characters learn lessons that affect their morality throughout the story as they experience new things. In the novel Scout and Jem learn about having respect for everyone from Atticus’ actions, Scout and Jem also learn that they have to be able to relate to someone before they can fully understand them, and they learn to never follow the crowd and to not let others people’s opinions influence them because Atticus did so himself. First of all, Scout and Jem learn the importance of respecting others no matter what race, class, or age when Atticus exhibits respect to people even if it made his children unhappy.
In the Epilogue, Hammurabi states how the laws should be done (Document A). People followed the laws because they would be punished and also be disobeying their religion and Hammurabi, which brings bad luck, according to Hammurabi. Nevertheless, they didn’t know it was just Hammurabi, and only Hammurabi, who created the laws for everyone to
Oyster Adams students are always risk-taking and trying out new ways to push the boundaries. Due to this behaviour, Oyster Adams should follow the confucianism philosophy of respect of respect, teach and reward to make sure students behave appropriately in our school. Demonstrated by Confucianism,the leader must lead by example so others can be encouraged to do the good thing. “If you govern the people with laws and regulate them with penalties, the people will try to do no wrong, but they will lose the sense of shame. If you govern the people with virtue and rules of poverty, the people will have a better sense of shame and reform themselves.” Confucianism acknowledges that the best way to make people behave is to govern them with virtue
From birth we are taught a certain set of morals, values and what is acceptable. Trying to change these views is never easy because we as humans are hardwired to never want to admit that what we think could be wrong. Look at societal changes as a whole; every major change that has occurred has come with resistance, each time change has been presented in this country we have tried to completely re-educate a society that has no interest in changing their views. This is why change does not come quickly but one man, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, had a mission. He wanted to bring the segregated people together to live in equality.
I have a good grip on the basics but mastering the little things will still require some practice. My best piece that I wrote for this class was called “White Supremacy in Standing Rock” and this piece speaks to all those that are willing to listen. I believe that our life experiences and the media that we are exposed to often shapes many of our core values and beliefs and that’s why as a world, humans are so divided. Everyone has their own “formula” for the way things ought to be and that’s part of what I’m addressing in my essay. I speak on the behalf of those in a similar position I’m in; simply a bystander in the issue at Standing Rock.
He acts as a counselor for his students and sees the pressure they put on themselves. He tries to give them speeches of freedom and hope but the students want a “map” (Zinsser 2). The students want a perfect plan for their lives, they desire security. Zinsser, on the other hand, wishes “them the right to experiment, to trip and fall, to learn that defeat is as instructive as victory.” (Zinsser 2). But, as Zinsser explains, America’s society doesn’t allow you to fail.