May 15, 2018 at 4:14 pm #189767
In some countries children have very strict rules of behaviour, in other
countries they are allowed to do almost anything they want. To what extent
should children have to follow rules?
The question of whether children should be controlled by a high standard of disciplines or not remains a source of controversy. In my opinion, there are two sides of the coin, one is negative, other is positive.
On the one hand, there are some reasons why teenagers should follow strict regulations. It is undoubted that at an initial age, children cannot know what is right or what is wrong, thereby parents have to implement a firm instruction to guide their sons or daughters to true spirit, such as how to behave with their friends, teachers, fathers and so on. As a result, in the future, youngsters will become disciplined people who definitely contribute to the moral and ethical values of the society. For example, in Japan children have to obey very strict regulations like bending the head low at a meeting or being on time, thus Japanese community is the most stable and well-controlled in the world.
One the other hand, let children to do anything is beneficial to some extent. To begin with, it is evident that if teenagers do not have to follow any rules, they could be free to cultivate in any fields, thus being more creative and innovative which are really important factors for them to compete in the labor market. Moreover, strict rules will absolutely force children to live in a high pressure environment, hence they will get some psychological problems like depression or even choose to suicide. Therefore, allowing them to do what they like definitely make them feel more pleasure and never create stressful or anxious emotion for them.
In conclusion, I would like to say that both methods of teaching children above have its own benefit to the society.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.