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  • Category: Miscellaneous

    New books should have freshness all the year.

    [This thread is the joint winner of Topic based TOW contest for the week 29th January-4th February 2017]

    New session comes and every child gets excited about having the new books which mark grace and freshness of the upcoming year. The fascinating titles, crisp pages and fresh colors make the first day of school thrilling and as a child you think this would be my new beginning for excel in studies. As the year progresses the shine of the pages gets dull and so do the interest of the child. Ever perfectly coalesced bundle seems to be torn off and so is the fascination of the child. Everything else gets mechanical for the rest of the year. There should be some way to have this all interest intact for the year and the child gets to participate to tackle problems with his imaginative mind rather than just copy the rule and mark it with a full stop. Maybe the books should be made with some activities of interaction and participation or maybe they should be provided the books all throughout the year in small packages so that they have couple of chapters at a time which make them less stressful and more creative.
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    I do agree with the author. Keeping the books in tact is the great attitude of any child and in fact the schools must bring in some awards to those student whose books are in good condition and that will motivate them to keep it right. Invariably we see the cover of the books are torn, the pages from inside would be missing as the children take it out and prepare some activities of papers. Some children write notes in the middle of the book pages and then they are torn , that will look ugly. Parents must daily verify the books, how they are kept and they must help the child to handle the books properly.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease


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