breaking the mould of heartache-job

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On my third day of teaching i was somehow into fight with a year-5 pupil. to make the story short, i once punished him to stand on the chair for beating his friend during lesson. as a result, he went berserk and he swore to take his revenge on me and the rest of the class. i wasn’t sure in what sense his revenge would end up but at the end of school hours, i got a report telling that he punched one of his classmates.


Is that my fault for punishing him?..

Hermm that’s reality,the real happenings in schools.. there’re usual bullying of the weak, picking fights to release anger. frankly speaking, i do enjoy my teaching but among these children, aggressive behaviour served me and other teachers mainly a trouble. with all the troubles that abound, it’s inevitable for a teacher to assume extra responsibilities besides teaching. it’s impossible to walk around all the time to break up fights and make sure they always behave. it’s not an easy way i’m telling you..

Looking at my condition handling those children with difficulties, one of the teachers spoke up; “if you cannot beat them, join them”.. the teacher reassured me that these delinquent students need dedicated teachers like us more than those in elite schools. yeah..it’s true!

Like it or not i must have courage to work the day, have them learn through fun. honestly i dare not aim for the stars with my charge though i’m paid for each working day. but i hold on to such modest hope to strongly influence them into decent human beings. and with consciousness i stay the doing..huhu

I should thank the veterans. they often tell me that in breaking the mould of educating people, tears are not good company but strong determination and genuine attempt should be at the top.. at least i gain hope from there.

Days and years more to go..i’ll be spending most of my age in teaching.

Dear Allah Most Gracious, guide me to go through the days with constant patience.. i promise i’ll be good~

20 responses to this post.

  1. haha. join them. belasah2. hahaha

  2. waaa..
    teacher eti…
    garang nye…
    hukkk

  3. Posted by fantasia boloxs on April 25, 2009 at 16:28

    dh tau bdk tu keras yg mg g denda tu bkpe?? aloh2…
    tp xpe..bdk2 biase ah gtu

  4. heyya.same prob as me.aiyow.. pupils nowadays r so so stubborn.hurm…

  5. Posted by tomyamfan on April 25, 2009 at 17:28

    pinkysplash9:

    belasah?? haha.. pastu bapak dorg dtg belasah ak skali :))

    lilylala:

    i need 2 be garang lily…klu x,mati ak nk jga perangai mereka..huu~

    fantasia:

    mu tau nde..haha.bdk tu x keras pn.sje wt keras..ak saiko sket nanges lalu.wawawawa. anak2 kecil~ :D

    evagurl:

    tuh la..they dare enough to challenge teachers..haishhhh

  6. Posted by putehsuchi on April 25, 2009 at 18:36

    sabba eh etiey!!!!
    koQ!

  7. Posted by tomyamfan on April 25, 2009 at 21:35

    putehsuchi:

    ye yang~ ak sabo nih..
    sy suke pkai bju biru..org panggil sy leopard~
    klu kt kedah org pnggil sy? rimau~~~
    muahaha KOQ!~ :D

  8. eh jema pon jd cikgu ke? aissshhh… korang niiiii….

  9. Posted by najlaa fatin on April 25, 2009 at 23:29

    hehe..klaka cite ety nie..kitrg time practical aritu lagi macam2 cerite taw..bdk2 ni advance giler..ade st cite akak nak cite kat ety.tp,bkn kat cni la..=)

  10. Posted by faidhi on April 26, 2009 at 01:27

    You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance.

    A first grade teacher collected old, well known proverbs. She gave each child in her class the first half of a proverb, and asked them to come up with the rest.

    “you can lead a horse to water but …how?”
    ~(you cannot make it drink)

    “Don’t bite the hand that…looks dirty”
    ~(feeds you)

    :-)

  11. Posted by tomyamfan on April 26, 2009 at 21:15

    pinkysplash9:

    aah.jema juge cigu~ :)

    kak tuup:

    i’ll be visiting ur blogpage or str8 away to ur ym 2 get the story eh..
    saspen nih…hehe

    faidhi:

    yes.i learned a lot from those kids. now i know how teachers these days are getting stressed.huhu
    proverbs kind of thing..?
    hermm under consideration :)
    tq anyway

  12. hahah..may god bless you, may u have a little faith!

  13. Posted by faidhi on April 30, 2009 at 11:12

    little? must be full ;-)

  14. Posted by tomyamfan on April 30, 2009 at 21:48

    haha.he meant it

  15. kalu aku, jentik telinga bdk tuh.
    erh kang ye komplen ke mok pok pening ploik

  16. Posted by tomyamfan on May 2, 2009 at 14:59

    khairi –>

    tu la psl..bhgn ngadu ke mok pok ni ssh eh

  17. Hi, cool post. I have been thinking about this topic,so thanks for posting. I’ll probably be coming back to your posts. Keep up great writing

  18. Posted by tomyamfan on May 7, 2009 at 23:47

    pemberi komen di atas :

    ye2 je..
    sape tah empunye site ni??..hermm
    sy rsa ni virus lar
    arap2 dia xphm..kikikiki

    With This Diet….. :

    thanks. my pleasure to welcome you :)

  19. abes? kalu x denda?
    join dorg macam GTO?
    wakaka

  20. Posted by tomyamfan on May 19, 2009 at 00:00

    probably?
    hehehe
    it somehow works
    by joining them we can slowly get their hearts changed
    believe it :)

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