Posts tagged respect
Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

Every day at work I prepare the art for the children in my class; that means that before it is time to do art I gather all of the supplies needed for the project, be it paint, construction paper, brushes, etc. I found this to make our morning curriculum time run a lot smoother. After circle time the kids will simply come and sit in a space that has the art in front of it.

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Who Should Be Responsible For Teaching Children Appropriate Behavior?

If you’re a parent or even a teacher you know, it’s no easy task to teach a child good behavior. However who’s responsibility is it to teach children appropriate behavior? Is it their parents or legal guardians or teachers because those are the ones that provide them with education? It really depends on the atmosphere as well as the person that responsible enough to be an example to them. Children grow from learned behavior.

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The Reality of Being a Teacher in America

In a recent Time article, teacher Hope Brown talks about having to donate plasma and work a second job to earn a living wage. Teachers in America are in crisis because they are not being paid for the work they are doing. In addition to low wages, teachers are also taking the financial brunt of reduced federal and state education funding.

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Why Millennials Deserve to Be Respected Desipte Their Age

There are both positive sides and negative sides to being a millennial and being young. As a millennial, you are not judged so harshly for your mistakes, but you are also treated as a child. Sometimes people can’t see past your age and get to know you for who you truly are. They do not care to look at the big picture, which is your personality and your maturity. If you are young, they treat you like you are a child.

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Why It’s Important to Set Boundaries in Relationships

Ever heard the phrase, “don’t set yourself on fire to keep others warm?” This might be one adage to take to heart. Many of us are brought up to be polite and to put others before ourselves. While there is nothing wrong with being generous and compassionate, it is important to set boundaries with others. If you give so much that you have nothing left, you will be of little help to others.

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How Forgiveness Heals The Soul 

In life, there are always going to be betrayals and unfairness, but people need to realize that forgiveness heals the soul. Everyone has gone through something that is devastating and heartbreaking, but holding on to it only makes it worse. Harboring the pain and resentment is only going to make it harder for you to move on and truly heal.

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Why You Should Respect Your Elders

With all the technology and new gadgets of today comes much change throughout our society. New values replace the old along with the old values becoming extinct in time. Respecting your elders is one value in particular which needs its existence to be preserved. As the generations come and go, our elders hold the truth of the past for the new generations to inherit.

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Why You Should Not Treat People as a Means to an End 

In the consumer markets and capitalism of today's time, it can be easy for people to use others as a means to an end. We sell products to customers all for a profit. We use people for our own pleasures and do many other things that render a person as merely a factor in the pursuit of a goal. This not only damages the individual who does it, but damages others, society, and sets a bad example as well.

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Why You Should Be a Good Sport Rather Than a Good Competitor 

n the United States of America, we strive to be the best. As a result, people compete against one another and people of other lands to claim this title. This can damage an individual's character, performance, and our culture. Instead of trying to be a good competitor and be the best, you should try to be a good sport and do your best.

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Should There Be Stricter Rules About How Coaches Treat Their Players?

When it comes to sports, there are so many things that transpire between coaches and the players. The way the coach treats the player's effects the way the players plays the game, the coach skills, and the result of the game. Depending on the sports the coach can make a more significant impact on the players and the game.

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The Problem With Casual Dating & Why You Should Avoid It

Casual dating seems to be something of "the norm" for many adults today, but it isn't necessarily beneficial in the long run. Dating is complicated, and if you ask any college student about the expectations of relationships today, it differs depending on the situation. One thing that many adults can agree on is the popularity of casual dating.

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