The best way to teach is to praise positive actions and ignore negative ones.

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  • daxixi
    University: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Nationality: China
    February 1, 2021 at 1:10 pm

    The best way to teach is to praise positive actions and ignore negative ones.

    The recommendation suggests that praising positive actions and ignoring negative actions be the best way to teach. However, this recommendation is problematic. It will be disadvantageous for learners if they only receive praises and fail to correct their faults.

    If mistakes are ignored and cannot be corrected in time, learners will keep their faults and fail to obtain correct knowledge. Study involves exploring new things and obtaining the right solutions to deal with new things under certain instructions. The false actions will continue unless teachers point them out. For instance, in school, teachers need to review students’ homework and mark the mistakes in their answers. Hence, students will learn the right solution when the same problems face them. But if his fault was ignored, the learner will fail to give correct answer and replicate negative actions again when the same problem occurs again. Thus, ignoring negative actions makes learner keep making the same mistakes.

    Moreover, only praises and ignorance of negative actions will do harm to the further development of learners. By doing this, learners will be trapped in the illusion that they are perfect and they have no problems. They always think themselves perfect and even if they are doing problematic actions, they assume these actions correct. Proper statement of mistakes can help learners develop habits of critical thinking. When Obama educate his daughter Malia, he occasionally points out her some mistakes and help her form better personality. So, when she takes action next time, she will have potential to actively judge whether her action is correct or not. If an instructor always ignoring the learner’s faults, the learner cannot actively judge his actions and hamper his development. Hence, critics are essential considering the overall development of learners and only praises are not enough.

    In spite of these, praises on positive actions are also essential. Instructors also need to praise learners’ good behaviors. By doing this, students can become more confident in themselves and be encouraged to continue their positive actions. Mary Curry and her husband always praised each other and admired the other’s contributions to science. It was their confidence and willingness to continue science work that led them to great success. Therefore, when teaching students, instructors should not only point out learners’ faults moderately but also continue to praise their positive actions.

    In a nut shell, the best way to teach is not paying too much attention on praises and choosing to ignore those faults. This way of teaching will neither correct student’ current mistakes nor have positive impacts on their further development. Instead, combining moderate praises for their good performance and proper statement of their negative actions is the best way. Such teaching methods can help learners achieve success currently or in the future.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    February 1, 2021 at 8:42 pm

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    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    February 1, 2021 at 8:42 pm

    The recommendation suggests that praising positive actions and[/while  ] ignoring negative actions be the best [/optimal  ]way to teach. However, this recommendation is problematic[ since ]. It will be disadvantageous for learners if they only receive praises[ only receiving praise ][word form error/general description  ] and[ /but ] fail[ failing ] to correct their[unclear pronoun/students’  ] faults [ could ultimately harm the learners  ].

    If mistakes are [ grammatical error/subjunctive ]ignored and cannot[grammatical error  ] be corrected in time, learners will[grammatical error  ] keep their faults and fail to obtain correct knowledge. [ In fact, learning ]Study involves exploring new things and obtaining the right solutions (to) [ grammatical error ] (deal with new things)[ unclear/check English-English dictionary to learn the meaning of ‘deal with’ and its applicable linguistic context ] under certain instructions. The false actions will continue unless teachers point them out. For instance, in school, teachers need to review students’ homework and mark the mistakes in their answers. Hence, students will learn the right solution when the same problems face them. But if his fault was ignored, the learner will fail to give correct answer and replicate negative actions again when the same problem occurs again. Thus, ignoring negative actions makes learner keep making the same mistakes.

    Moreover, only praises and ignorance of negative actions will do harm to the further development of learners. By doing this, learners will be trapped in the illusion that they are perfect and they have no problems. They always think themselves perfect and even if they are doing problematic actions, they assume these actions correct. Proper statement of mistakes can help learners develop habits of critical thinking. When Obama educate his daughter Malia, he occasionally points out her some mistakes and help her form better personality. So, when she takes action next time, she will have potential to actively judge whether her action is correct or not. If an instructor always ignoring the learner’s faults, the learner cannot actively judge his actions and hamper his development. Hence, critics are essential considering the overall development of learners and only praises are not enough.

    In spite of these, praises on positive actions are also essential. Instructors also need to praise learners’ good behaviors. By doing this, students can become more confident in themselves and be encouraged to continue their positive actions. Mary Curry and her husband always praised each other and admired the other’s contributions to science. It was their confidence and willingness to continue science work that led them to great success. Therefore, when teaching students, instructors should not only point out learners’ faults moderately but also continue to praise their positive actions.

    In a nut shell, the best way to teach is not paying too much attention on praises and choosing to ignore those faults. This way of teaching will neither correct student’ current mistakes nor have positive impacts on their further development. Instead, combining moderate praises for their good performance and proper statement of their negative actions is the best way. Such teaching methods can help learners achieve success currently or in the future.

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    University: University of Wisconsin
    February 1, 2021 at 8:54 pm

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    daxixi
    University: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
    Nationality: China
    February 7, 2021 at 12:56 pm

    The recommendation suggests that praising positive actions while ignoring negative actions be the optimal way to teach. However, this recommendation is problematic since only receiving praise but failing to correct students’  faults could ultimately harm the learners.

    If teachers ignore students’ mistakes, students will keep their faults and fail to obtain correct knowledge. Learning involves exploring new things and obtaining the right solutions to various problems under certain instructions. Students will continue their false actions unless teachers point them out. For instance, in school, teachers need to review students’ homework and mark the mistakes in their answers. Hence, students will learn the right solution when the same problems face them. But if his fault is ignored, the learner will fail to give the correct answer and replicate negative actions again when the same problem occurs again. Thus, ignoring negative actions makes learners keep making the same mistakes.

    Moreover, only praises and ignorance of negative actions will harm the further development of learners. By doing this, learners will be trapped in the illusion that they are perfect. Even if they are doing unreasonable actions, they assume these actions correct. Appropriate statements of mistakes can help learners develop habits of critical thinking. When Obama educates his daughter Malia, he occasionally points out some faults and helps her form a better personality. If an instructor always ignoring the learner’s faults, the learner cannot actively judge his actions and hamper his development. Hence, critics are essential considering the overall development of learners.

    Despite these, praises on positive actions from instructors are also essential. By doing this, students can become more confident and be encouraged to continue their positive behaviors. Mary Curry and her husband always praised each other and admired the other’s contributions to science. It was their confidence and willingness to continue science work that led them to great success. Therefore, instructors should not only point out learners’ faults moderately but also continue to praise students’ positive actions.

    In a nutshell, the best way to teach is not paying too much attention to praises and choosing to ignore those faults. Doing so will neither correct students’ current mistakes nor have positive impacts on their further development. Instead, combining moderate praises for good performance and appropriate statements of negative actions is the best way. Such teaching methods can help learners achieve success currently or in the future.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    February 9, 2021 at 3:47 am

    The recommendation suggests that praising positive actions while ignoring negative actions[ ones ] be the optimal way to teach. However, this recommendation is problematic since (only receiving praise but failing to correct students’  faults) [ confusing/the two actions are initiated by two people rather than one person ] could ultimately harm the learners.

    If teachers ignore[ grammatical error/subjunctive ] students’ mistakes, students will[grammatical error  ] keep[/perpetuate  ] their faults (and fail )[ adjust logical connection here .. perpetuate… fail to / they don’t happen simultaneously] to obtain correct knowledge. Learning involves exploring new things and obtaining the [article error  ] right solutions to various problems (under certain instructions)[unclear/redundant  ] .[poor coherence here  ] Students will [ change to conditional writing ] continue their false actions unless teachers point them[ unclear pronoun: students/actions ] out. For instance, in school, teachers need to review students’ homework and mark the mistakes in their[unclear pronoun  ] answers. Hence, students will learn the [ article error ] right solution when (the same problems face them)[ shift of subject ] . But if his[unclear pronoun/ you didn’t mention a person  ] fault is[ grammatical error ] ignored, the learner will [ grammatical error ] fail to[ repetition ] give the correct answer (and replicate negative actions )[ logical confusion/who? ] again when( the same problem occurs again)[confusion  ] . Thus, ignoring negative actions (makes learners keep making the same mistakes.)[you need to organize it differently.. all same sentence structure  ]

    Moreover, (only praises and ignorance of negative actions )[ repetition ] will [ absolute statement ] harm[ repetition ] the [ article error ] further development of learners. By doing this, learners will[absolute statement  ] be trapped in the illusion[ passive… be under the illusion ] that they are perfect. Even if they are doing unreasonable actions, they (assume these actions correct)[ grammatical error ] . [ coherence issue ] Appropriate statements of mistakes can help learners develop habits[ word form error ] of critical thinking. When Obama educates his daughter Malia, he occasionally( points out some faults and helps her)[ change the logical order of the two verbs ] form a better personality. If an instructor always ignoring[grammatical error  ] the learner’s faults, the learner cannot [grammatical error  ] actively judge his actions and hamper his development. Hence, critics are essential considering the overall development of learners.

    Despite these[ unclear pronoun ] , praises on positive actions from instructors are also essential[vague word  ] . (By doing this)[ confusion ] , students can become more confident and be encouraged[passive  ] to continue their positive behaviors. Mary Curry and her husband always praised each other and admired the other’s contributions to science. It was their (confidence and willingness to)[preposition issue  ] continue science work that led them to great success. Therefore, instructors should not only point out learners’ faults moderately[unclear adverb  ] but also continue to praise students’ positive actions.

    In a nutshell, the best way to teach is not paying too much attention to praises and choosing to ignore those faults. Doing so [ unclear ] will neither correct students’ current mistakes (nor have positive impacts)[structural problem  ] on their further development. Instead, (combining moderate praises for good performance and appropriate)[structural problem  ] statements of negative actions is the best way. Such teaching methods can help learners achieve success currently or in the future.