Story on Moral Once a liar Always a Liar
Once a liar Always a Liar
Once there lived a shepherd in a Village. He used to bring sheep in the jungle to let them graze. One day, he thought of a strange joke.
He shouted “Wolf! Wolf!” The villagers ran to his help with their weapons. When they came near him, they found him laughing. They cursed him and went back.
After a few days, he repeated the same joke. People came to his help but there was no wolf again. They were very annoyed at him. They decided not to help him next time.
One day, a wolf did come there. The boy cried, Wolf! Wolf!” many times but nobody came to his help. The wolf killed him and many of his sheep. In this way, he received punishment for his silly joke.
- Never tell a lie.
- Once a liar, always a liar
First, what is perfect for one person may not necessarily work for everyone else. And if adults can compromise, adapt to each other, then with children it is much more difficult. For example, a teacher who is really passionate about his subject will not limit himself to the school curriculum and will definitely bring additional materials, games to classes, and will give examples from life. Many children like this approach, but there are students who agree to do only tasks according to the textbook and see such “excesses” as a waste of time.
Secondly, it is better to immediately decide on the purpose of conducting classes. What is more important to you – knowledge or grades? Many parents judge the qualifications of a teacher by the number of “fives” for homework and are very surprised when their child gets “unsuccessful” for the control.
How do you know which teacher is right for you?