When facing a new stage of your life, new people appear, and like everyone, you want to make a good first impression, and that is when good manners come in, the way to treat people, the way you talk to them and how you act in front of someone says a lot about yourself. In my family, good manners are everything, you have to be respectful to everyone even if they are being rude to you, I grew up knowing that you have to give without expecting to receive something back, not only things or objects, also words and actions, I have always been aware that respect is your best first and last impression, your manners are what builds you as a person and that is what I have been practicing them all my life, those were the values given to me, and I will keep them. I believe that having good manners makes you feel even better about yourself, it opens doors to new opportunities, new people with the same values as mine, that are going to rely on me because of their trust, because they will know what I’m made up of. Good manners became valuable to me since childhood because I realized that being respectful to everyone was like respecting
He, and other functionalists thought that form birth, we were socialised, which includes learning language, right from wrong, what is expected from us etc. (Bartlett & Burton, 2007). They believed that without this, society would not be socially cohesive and so wouldn’t function. Durkheim also believed that schools where controlled by society and that the education system should be constantly be changing to reflect the beliefs and values of the society. As the school system reflects society, it teaches the students the beliefs and culture of the area and in turn the students then have the views of society, making it easy for them to cooperate and function in the community.
It is the family‘s responsibility to teach children cultural values and attitudes about themselves and others. Children learn continuously from the environment that adults create (Macionis & Gerber, 2011). Religion, language, legal systems, peer groups and media also have a great effect on the socialization process. Most of these aspects are also taught at schools. Schools are the places where children interact with other members of society which makes education and schooling the second most important agent of gender
My purpose as a teacher is to give each child the tools they need to be a productive citizen in life. Shirley Hufstedler states, “The role of the teacher remains the highest calling of a free people. To the teacher, America entrusts her most precious resources, her children; and asks that they be prepared...to face the rigors of individuals participation in a democratic society” (Guillaume,2016,p.24). My role as a teacher remains the highest calling I think because parents trust me with their children. They trust that their children will be safe with me and trust that I will teach them and give them the education that they deserve.
According to Morton (1947) the emphasis was placed greatly on “punctuality, truth and honesty in the schoolroom, diet, how to avoid sectarian jealousy, how to deal with party politics, and how to meet petty gossip” (p. 134). While regular school subjects were included in the lessons, it was made clear that her greatest duty to those young children was to prepare them for life outside of the
You might thinking about a daughter who taking picture with her father. Actually you were wrong! The girl on this picture actually named Tume Mida 17 years old lives in Nigeria. She was forced by her family to married a guy that aged 32 years old when she is in 12 years old and right now, they both had a son aged 5 years old. b.
But it is only possible with: -The agreement of the center: It requires the joint action of all teachers and also they have to put this attitude into practice by creating a microculture where pupils experience all rules, values, roles.. -Teacher training: As other researchers said before, is very important to train teachers because they are the authority and models inside of the class so firstly, they have to be aware of their own cultural values, secondly they have to develop an attitude of openness and respect toward other values of other cultural groups and to see the cultural diversity as something enriching and not as a deficit. Also, is highlighted by the authors that the first step to achieve respect for other cultures is to know and appreciate their own cultural values. In addition, is up to the teachers to teach strategies of communication with others and skills such as empathy to understand and subsequently also value the cultural values of other groups. The lack of this kind of values as a content inside of the class is very criticized by
Nature and peace of a country’s social and economic development can be identify by its human resources. Educated persons can better face the social, technological and political sensations. If the teachers of the institutions are able, well-educated and have great vision then all these benefits of education can be gained. Teachers of a country develop future citizens of the country, future of a country lies in the classrooms where a teacher control’s them. A great responsibility lies on the shoulders of the teacher so it is compulsory to be educated, trained equipped them well with skills groom the future citizens.
Review of literature Teachers represent the ideals and aspirations of the nation and owe to its moral and mental accountability for equipping youth for active participation in the enterprise of creating social order. Teachers have to demonstrate a high level of professionalism to meet the standard required by national policies. This aim can be realized by effective, brilliant teachers, teachers who are equipped with the training that has a direct bearing on the quality of life. The teacher is a pivot in the entire education system. As James (1977) states: In teaching, you must simply work with your pupil into such a state of interest in what you are going to teach him that every other object of attention is banished from his mind: then reveal
So the family and parents instill good behaviours and try to make responsible citizens out of their children. So home is basically the first school for the children but formal and proper education starts form the school where they are instructed how to behave and comprehend. Importance of Education “The foundation of every state is the education of its youth”. Diogenes Laertius For every human being it is necessary to acquire knowledge. This makes a person comprehend what’s going around him/her.