SIX-WORD STORY WITH PICTURE CHALLENGE – EDUCATION


Marion Driessen has set this challenge as:

Zes woorden met beeld – Onderwijs

Here is my attempt:

Canes Prohibited

Canes Prohibited

 

 

Discipline    undermined,
           respect lost………..
education  compromised.

 

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21 Responses to SIX-WORD STORY WITH PICTURE CHALLENGE – EDUCATION

  1. Ik heb het niet zo op slaan. Zeker niet met een stok.
    Maar regels en respect zijn wel heel belangrijk.

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  2. Discipline sure has waned with the years, taking respect down with it as its close neighbor. I’m against using violence to enforce respect – for that comes from fear and not from within – but more discipline and rules, aye, I vote YES.
    This is a good Six Word Story, Col, thank you.

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    • colonialist says:

      Unfortunately fear is often a necessary component of respect. Take driving habits, for example. Strict policing and hefty fines tend to create far better manners on the roads than campaigns asking nicely.

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  4. The Asian says:

    My maths teacher in Gr 6 used her wooden ruler as a cane. Needless to say, we were the best behaved in that class!

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  5. susielindau says:

    Love it! I bet everyone’s take is different.. 🙂

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  6. adinparadise says:

    Vir seker. Dit is’n bewese feit.

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  7. Zirkie says:

    Well said, Col!

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  8. Pussycat44 says:

    Goed gedaan, Col 😉

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  9. 68ghia says:

    True words Col.

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  10. adeeyoyo says:

    Spare the cane
    Spoil the child

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