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Saturday, November 13, 2004
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Copy cat drama
It is necessary to be sensitive to the mood swings and behaviour of children. And also to any show of morbid curiosity.
An open letter to a teacher
Is a whack from a scale or a slap on the wrist terrible? Or, is a tongue lashing that scars one for life worse? Almost everyday, we read reports in the newspapers highlighting various incidents in schools, where a child has been hit by a ...
Don't work the whip
Aggression breeds aggression. Youngsters subjected to physical punishment have been shown to be more violent towards siblings, classmates, and, in their later life, to spouse and children.
Mind your language
English as we know it is changing and how!
Small screen fascination
Watching too many programmes on the television is psychologically harmful.
Counterstrike on violence?
How does an overdose of videogaming affect you?
Schools with Quest this month
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