I have set of values that I live by and they have helped me shape who I am today. My personal core values are influenced by family, religion, and education. My family is very important to me since they are the one who gave me first lesson on what is right and wrong. No matter where I am I know they will always support me. My parents are really close to me since they give me encouragement for education and career.
Finally, such a motivation worked. In the end of the chapter, Chua concluded that the best way to improve confidence is not worrying about self-esteem but accomplishment. Ｉｎ ｍｙ ｖｉｅｗ， ｔｈｉｓ ｗａｙ ｏｆ ＂ｅｎｃｏｕｒａｇｅ＂ ｉｓ ｓｏｍｅｈｏｗ ｅｆｆｉｃｅｎｔ． Ｔｈｅ ｐｏｉｎｔ Ｃｈｕａ＇ｓ ｈｕｓｂａｎｄ ｗｏｒｒｉｅｄ ａｂｏｕｔ ｉｓ ｔｈａｔ Ｃｈｕａ＇ｓ ｔｈｒｅａｔ ｗｏｕｌｄ ｈｕｒｔ Ｌｏｕｉｓａ＇ｓ ｓｅｌｆ－ｅｓｔｅｅｍ． Ｆｒｏｍ ｂｏｏｋｓ ａｎｄ ｍｅｄｉａ， Ｉ learn that in American society self-esteem is very important in parenting. Beating children is illegal in the United States. Moreover, according Chua’s book, western parents would avoid using insulting words.
For instance, Toby Keith states that “American Girls and American Guys; We’ll always stand up and salute”. This expression highlights the character of the society – always ready to support the country, no matter what happens. The repetition – American – suggests the strong bond between the citizens and their homeland. Moreover, an unquestioning value for the people is a devotion for the USA. Aaron Tippin’s lyrics show it in a very straightforward way – “I pledge the allegiance to this flag”.
Luckily, I have great friends who support me and push me to be the best version of myself. I value my friends because of their strong loyalty and their ability to love me no matter the circumstance. I demonstrate my commitment to them by doing the same in return. I am always honest with them, and give them unconditional support. Friendships are a two-way street and they cannot grow deeper unless both people put forth effort.
I do not have to be American to make my life worthwhile. I do not pursue the American dream. But my family pursues it, trapping me between two cultures. I look at my stride in two ways, positive and negative. The biggest positive when I think about America is the human-to-human
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The issue of whether character education should be taught in schools is brought to the forefront in this paper. The researcher highlights that character education when taught in schools will have positive impact on student learning outcomes. When students feel safe, engaged, and respected, they can focus on their academic goals. Effective character educators ensure that these needs are met. Character education is the foundation upon which students can reach academic achievement.
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