10 Bad Things That Children Learn in School

10 Bad Things That Children Learn in School

School, in the words of students, is an institution which we are guaranteed to join in our lifetime. The first close of education starts from school. You owe all your good standards, habits, knowledge to your school. We just take in whatsoever we are taught at school blindfolded. Whatever the teachers attempt to communicate in us comes to us automatically. We’ve all had our bad and good days at school. Well astonishingly enough within the defensive walls of the school, you are also bound to fall astray with sure bad habits. They may not be taught by anyone but they just unintentionally occur…

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10. RAGGING

9. CHEATING

8. MUG UP

7. OVER-CONFIDENCE

6. UNNECESSARY TEMPTATIONS

5. SLANGS

4. SELFISHNESS

3. BUNKING

Students bunking school to watch movies or bunking classes to droop out with friends is a common scene. They become characteristic to it and lose interest in studies. Some students are even known to bunk classes on daily basis. In this way they learn to seepage things and diversion becomes their way out of things.

2. GROUPISM

We’ve all had our group of friends that we loved remaining with. Well, let’s not imaginary like we never accepted of groupism. It is something that children learn in school. They always have this gang of friends that they like to skull or be a part of. This habit becomes in built and anywhere students go they always end up making a group over. This sure does put an end to being communal and interacting with people which in itself is not good.

1. MIMICKING THE TEACHERS

Mimicking the teachers has always been a preferred pastime of students at school. Making fun of the teachers behind their backs and in substitute them just to act cool in front of your friends has been done by all. On a thoughtful note it truly means insulting your teachers who are responsible for your over all growth.

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