By Raghu Babu
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Learning should be an enjoyable activity and it should be continued throughout the ups and downs of the life!! I don’t know what discipline is! Parents demand teachers to teach discipline to their children... May be, in their context discipline means: not to speak against the elders, respect elders, not to speak obscenities, lies etc. But, if we see the reality, the pa rents themse1ves drink, abuse with obscenities, beat their wives, never care about neatness at their homes and around their homes.
I enquired further, “Are your plants getting sufficient water? Is the land wet or not? ” Children observed the land and camelback, Malli told with a sad voice, “Anna! Where my plant is located there the land is not wet enough” Mallikarjuna and Ravi selected the maize plants, which are growing under the shadow of tamarind trees. Mastan, Vijaya, Narayana, Jyothi selected the plants where the plants get sufficient air, water and sun-light) -— “So, what we have learnt is, water is necessary for the plant to grow ....
Some seeds have TWO halves, means pulses! Some seeds do not have pulses.... ” I have to teach the terms MONOCOTLYDONS AND DICOTLYDONS. But I do not like to teach the terms of science which are prescribed by the Government text books in primary stages.... Lots of terms are prescribed in Government text books for c1asses III - V. In science text: cotyledons, tap root system, pollination; fertilisation etc. And in social texts the terms 1ike: democracy: independence; satyagraha; ahimsa; truth; non-cooperation; swadeshi and many more terms are imposed on primary school children.
A School Under Trees by Raghu Babu