Chinese teacher makes student do his mother’s tough construction job, just to learn value of education

4/6/2022 9:57:00 AM

Chinese teacher makes student do his mother’s tough construction job, just to learn value of education

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Chinese teacher makes student do his mother’s tough construction job, just to learn value of education

A teacher in central China made the extra effort to teach his 12-year-old student the value of an education by taking him to a construction site where his mother works as a manual labourer. The student, surnamed Yang, was reportedly addicted to the internet and had dropped out of school about 20 days before. The teacher decided to show the...

A teacher in China took a student to work at a construction site hoping it would inspire him to return to school. It worked. Photo: WeiboA teacher in central China made the extra effort to teach his 12-year-old student the value of an education by taking him to a construction site where his mother works as a manual labourer.

The student, surnamed Yang, was reportedly addicted to the internet and had dropped out of school about 20 days before. The teacher decided to show the boy how hard his mother had to work to support her family.“When Yang’s mother said she earned around 100 yuan (S$20) a day, Yang replied that ‘was easy peasy’. So, I decided to bring him to the construction site where his mother works,” the teacher told the mainland news platform Xibu Juece.

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It worked. Photo: Weibo A teacher in central China made the extra effort to teach his 12-year-old student the value of an education by taking him to a construction site where his mother works as a manual labourer. Lin says that he learned a lot on a daily basis in his early days at Netflix. The student, surnamed Yang, was reportedly addicted to the internet and had dropped out of school about 20 days before. The nurse on the phone told him that another patient was on the way who had gone into cardiac and respiratory arrest. The teacher decided to show the boy how hard his mother had to work to support her family. "The projects and meetings blended together, and they felt like small variations of each other after a while," he notes. “When Yang’s mother said she earned around 100 yuan (S$20) a day, Yang replied that ‘was easy peasy’. “My friend was saying this normal.

So, I decided to bring him to the construction site where his mother works,” the teacher told the mainland news platform Xibu Juece." More from NextShark: $300 Smart Ring May Detect Coronavirus 3 Days Before Symptoms Show He notes that the COVID-19 pandemic removed all the things that made his job enjoyable and left only the actual work." The video shows Zhao falling and crashing to the floor heavily because of the speed at which he was running. The teacher made Yang wake up at 4am, as his mother does, and work long hours at the site moving steel bars. The teacher accompanied Yang for the day, and believed the boy would return to school if he personally experienced the hard work. Story continues "When I started at Netflix, I was making money and continuously learning new things. “The absence of my parents made me feel very bored, so I became addicted to playing games on my phone. Zhao said he was surprised by the online response as he did not expect the video to attract so much attention. Now I’ve learned how hard my mum is working to earn a living, so I will work hard on my studies and repay her,” said Yang. More from NextShark: Japanese scientists develop special ‘ostrich’ masks that glow if wearer has COVID-19 This further waned his motivation and heavily affected his work performance, resulting in a negative performance review from his manager in April 2021. “She ran over to us and sat down,” Khloe said of her teacher.

Yang will return to school next Monday. The teacher’s decision to show the hard work of Yang’s mother attracted a wave of compliments on the mainland Chinese internet. In his words, I had to improve in these areas 'if I wished to remain on the team." [[nid:581817]] "I feel like I'm just one of the millions of emergency room doctors out there," Zhao continued. Many people said that practical teaching and learning are beneficial to children, despite that it might seem harsh sometimes. One said: “I’ve learned a useful strategy for teaching kids, and someday I will try it. "I was putting off my dreams of becoming an entrepreneur, and Covid-19 was a constant reminder that I might not be here tomorrow to pursue them.” Another, who claimed he is a teacher, said: “It inspired me as I’ve been thinking of taking my students to a factory where there is no air-conditioning equipped so the children can experience what it’s like to twist screws. His decision to prioritise a patient over his own serious injury quickly drew applause online after the video appeared, with many praising his selfless dedication to helping others. The 21 victims killed in the shooting (AFP via Getty Images) Amerie had been attempting to call 911 with the phone, the report said, and was among multiple people inside the classroom to do so.

” Two months ago, a father from central China’s Hubei province demonstrated a similar parenting style. Lin says there is now a "deep calmness" inside him after leaving Netflix. He forced his 11-year-old daughter to dig for lotus by hand for four hours under the blazing hot sun to teach her about what life without a proper education would mean for her future. In 2021, a high schoolteacher in eastern China assembled his students on a winter night with a temperature of negative three degrees Celsius to watch a construction project at the school’s gymnasium. "Although I'm just starting and don't have any dependable streams of income yet, I'm going to trust the process that if I do work that energizes me, good things will happen." This. This .