I often talk to my daughter about what happened in their class, on the one hand, to enhance the relationship between father and daughter, and on the other hand, to pay attention to the growth of her daughter.
I'm a little surprised that something happened recently in my daughter's class.
The origin of the matter looks like this:
My daughter has always been more interested in drawing. In addition to special special classes at an art school every weekend, she has also softened and allowed us to agree to their own school's after-school interest classes. Although her daughter's level of painting is not as good as we expected, she is highly appreciated by art teachers in school. As long as there are competitions and art exhibitions, there will be her works. Some of her works in interest classes are also often displayed in the corridors of school buildings. However, when she returned that day, she said in frustration: one of her scratches was destroyed.
The class teacher was very angry after knowing this, and decided to check it from his class first. When the surveillance video of the school was called up, it was found that it was indeed done by her daughter's classmates, and she was a girl with good academic performance. This girl ’s name is not new to me, because every time my daughter returns home to report her test results, she often hears that this girl has better grades than her daughter. Both of them have different studies, and their level is about the same, but the daughter is more stable More comprehensive.
Why would such a girl do such a thing?
After the class teacher's understanding, I knew that the girl was just out of jealousy. The daughter has always been the monitor of their class, and the elected daughter of the class cadres every year is elected on the basis of good comprehensive performance and a good mass basis. This year, he was successfully elected to the school's brigade. The mother of that girl heard that her education style is more strict. She hopes that her daughter will be the headmaster at least, so that her daughter will become a nail in her eyes. Finally, one day, when I arrived at the school, I avoided other classmates' scraping of her daughter's paintings in order to vent her anger.
The head teacher was angry and had serious consequences. Within a few days, my daughter went home with two paintings, one was the original of her daughter's destruction, and the other was a "masterpiece" in which the class teacher asked the girl to compensate her daughter. The daughter-in-law's mother still looked at it unwillingly, but her daughter said generously: "She didn't mean it." I heard the daughter's answer and felt a lot. Needless to say, the class teacher in her early twenties does not know how to teach, even my parents who are middle-aged do not know what to do. I think that children's home education should account for more, especially in terms of children's quality.
I am very satisfied with her daughter's answer, but in the face of envy, she chose to forgive, and indignantly, she chose to forgive. Compared to that girl's poor "self-esteem", I am more willing to see her daughter's "heartless and lungless" generosity.