Would it be wise to punish students for bad behaviors by having them write essays?
It would depend on the student, what they had done and why they had done it. It could potentially work for students who were continuously badly behaved as they probably wouldn't enjoy writing lots of essays! However, for students who have only been bad once it is probably not the best of ideas as they may have simply made a mistake.
I remember my days in high school when I made 1 or 2 mistakes and the thought of being in trouble with my parents was enough to persuade me not to make the same mistakes again! Making me write essays would not really be that much of a punishment as it would not discourage me; it was my parents reaction!
What are enacted to encourage certain behaviors and punish others in order to accomplish he goals and functions of government?
Laws (A+ Students) B-BOY :)
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What are enacted to encourage certain behaviors and punish others in order to accomplish the goals and actions of government?
Statutes and or Laws.
Usually guilds would punish members that cheated customers, did shoddy work, or did not pay their dues. Other behaviors were sometimes punished depending on the guild itself.
The natural consequences are bad grades.
Depends on if it's public or private. Public schools are just an extension of the government, and should allow other branches of the government to punish their students if apical. Eg. if a student eggs a teacher's house, that's a matter for the police, not schools. On the other hand, private schools have a free association with their students, and can set any standards they choose.
No, it is the past tense and past participle of the verb to punish. It can be used as an adjective (e.g. punished students).
StarClan made him evil to punish Yellowfang for having kits.
What are enacted by government to encourage certain behaviors and punish others in order to accomplish its goals and functions?
its legislation which are enacted by general assembly(parliament) in other word they may be called laws.
If it affects school work or other students, yes.
The first amendment's freedom of speech and expression protects students who choose not to stand for the pledge.
Student: Teacher! Teacher: Yes? Student: Would you punish me for something that I didn't do? Teacher: Of course not. Student: I didn't do my homework.
The legal entities that (among other things) define particular behaviors as unacceptable and punishable are called "laws". They are created by lawmakers, otherwise known as "legislators." These are people in your local, state/provincial and national governments (called members of "congress", or "representatives" and "senators" in the US). In a democracy, they're people that you've elected to the position.
NO! that is absoulutly inopropriate you would have to be insane, a simple hallway referal would suffice.
You can't. All you can do is not punish her if you want her to understand that. However if you *are* punishing her I don't see why you'd want her to think otherwise. I'd advise you to ignore the bad behaviors and praise the good.
The Versailles Treaty punished Germany by having it pay aliens millions of dollars as reparation.
I am assuming that you mean Mr. Filch, the caretaker who likes to punish students for anyhting and everything. His cat's name is Mrs. Norris.
We can make our school a plastic free zone by avoiding throwing of plastic packets of chips,cakes,buistics etc randomly.....we can also instruct students to avoid using plastic bags for bringing ther materials.If students buy anythng from canteen they should check that where they are tthrowing their packets after having it,If they throw packets here and there inspite of throwing them into bins they should punish severly so that further thay dont repeat the same. We… Read More
Echo was punished by having her voice taken away. From then on, she could only repeat what others said, not what she wanted.
it would had to be Zeus bc he wanted her to open the box to punish man for having receive fire..
Students are punished in an attempt to maintain order in a school and also, hopefully, to help them learn why what they did was wrong so they won't do it again and apply the lesson learned to situations in the future.
It would be unwise to punish the swine for having seen the fox's henhouse raid. The swine are out in the corn field again!
Here are some sentences. The teacher will punish you for cheating. I'm sure you don't want him to punish you.
If my friend came to homecoming slightly drunk and got arrested is it possible he could be expelled?
Yes, it is possible. Schools have authority to punish students as they see fit for criminal behavior on school grounds.
The word 'punish' is not an adjective. The word 'punish' is a verb: punish, punishes, punishing, punished. The noun forms of the verb to punish are punisher, punishment, and the gerund, punishing.
No, the word punish is a verb (punish, punishes, punishing, punished). The noun forms of the verb to punish are punisher, punishment, and the gerund, punishing.
Miss Caroline is new to the town, so she doesn't know the people. Scout is harmlessly trying to fill her in on a few students but she takes it as Scout trying to insult her.
No because teacher's should not have business with a student outside of school especially for something as little as speech. that's the parents job.
It depends on the circumstances.
Yes, he punish his elf. This is one way why he punish. When they are bad. When they do something wrong. The punish them by going basement and let them stay there and they don't even get food.
Sceleratos punire = to punish the wicked. But remember, the desire to punish the wicked is itself wicked.
Prometheus. He gave fire to the humans even though he knew that Zeus would punish him, because he knew that he would be saved in the end.
in return they punish them to learn
You don't punish your girlfriend you idiot!
Yes, the president can punish the lawbreakers.
Punished is the past tense of punish.
That is the correct spelling of "punish" (to use discipline).
Please don't punish me with another pun. It is the court's decision of just how to punish the perpetrators of this heinous act of vandalism.
punish by killing them
how did puritans punish disobedient children?
bcus they have no better way to punish them
I hate to punish my children, but sometimes I have to.
You do not punish the US Supreme Court.
Theban King Creon reaches a number of decisions about his niece Antigone. First, he decides to punish her for violating his decree against the burial of the disloyal Theban dead from the recent armed struggle against the Argive invaders. Then he decides not let her marry his son Haemon, and not to punish her by the previously identified means of stoning. And then he decides to punish her by having her walled up in a… Read More
school issues are important because there are certain dress codes and there are rules against doing drugs and drinking alcohol on school grounds. These rules are there to protect students and not to punish. The same rules apply in the united states.
Truancy Courts are to punish students enrolled in elementary through high school and if a student is 19 and still enrolled in high school, then the 19 year old student can be tried in Truancy Court.
It is simply not possible that you are a professional teacher. If you are teaching, then you need some serious training. You get the student to the guidance office and/or the nurse's office. You don't punish. Let the administration know what is happening, and follow their lead.
Montresor says, "I must not only punish, but punish with impunity." This means he must punish AND not get caught.