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It is important for children to learn the difference between right and wrong at an early age. Punishment is necessary to help them learn this distinction.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

What sort of punishment should parents and teachers be allowed to use to teach good behavior to children?


One of the most major development of children is the growth of a conscience. In the light of it, how to teach children and what ages suitable for guiding them about morals are perplexing questions. It is believed that children, especially at an early age, should be taught about something right or wrong and to help them form the conception, punishment is a practical method. From my perspective, I disagree almost entirely with the given statement.

There are two compelling reasons as to why it is not sensible if guiding children on how different right and wrong is too early. The key rationale is with their ages it is hard for them to understand why behaviors or problems are wrong, let alone the reason why they are punished. Additionally, given that moral understanding is complex and subtle, gaining understanding is ultimately just a matter of getting enough moral knowledge, due to sadly lacking conscience, the mature moral consciousness is non-existent in children. A child can be kind to others because of his mother’s guidance, which simply telling more facts about right or wrong is not a holistic remedy, and she has to learn to think this independently.

In terms of punishments, not every type of discipline is good for children’s developing process. In regard to physical punishment, it could do more harm than good because it might not only give rise to many mental disorders, including violence, autism or even obsessions of their childhood but also not deal with causes of problems. In addition to it, Other types of disciplines, like giving consequences, time-out, setting limits and so on may have promising prospects. For example, making the punishment match is a useful notion, which would see children being made to pick up rubbish they dropped, clean up graffiti they have drawn, or apologize to someone they have hurt, helping child enhance their responsibility. This is a testament to the overshadowing of other punishments comparing to physical hurts.

In conclusion, while many are in favor of letting children access moral codes since their premature age, I am on the opposite side because of the reasons above and the kinds of punishment mentioned are practical and promising.

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One of the most major development of children (ungrammatical) is the growth of a conscience. In the light of it, how to teach children and what ages suitable for guiding them about morals are perplexing questions. (The examiner will suspect that this is a memorized response, along with "debate" and "controversy." Avoid these kinds of remarks about an opinion topic. Delete all this text. Your next statement is a good opening sentence. ) It is believed that children, especially at an early age, should be taught about something right or wrong and to help them to understand the difference form the conception, punishment is a practical method. From my perspective, I disagree almost entirely with this since kind guidance is a far superior method. the given statement.

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There are two compelling reasons as to why physical punishment is not sensible for very young children if guiding children on how different right and wrong is too early. (That is awkward and does not make sense.) The key rationale is with their ages It is hard for toddlers them to understand why behaviors or problems are wrong, let alone the reason why they are punished. Additionally, given that moral understanding is complex and subtle, gaining understanding is ultimately just a matter of getting enough moral knowledge. But before the age of three or four, the child's brain is not mature enough to grasp these concepts. , due to sadly lacking conscience, the mature moral consciousness is non-existent in children. (Your sentence is too wordy and too long.) A child can be kind to others because of his mother’s guidance, and which simply telling them more facts about what is right or wrong is not a holistic remedy, and she has they need to learn to think this independently.

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In terms of punishments, not every type of discipline is good for children of all ages. children’s developing process. (The process is not developing. Wrong phrase.) In regard to physical punishment, it could do more harm than good because it might not only give rise to many mental disorders, including violence, autism (Incorrect. Autism is a genetic disorder, not one caused by the environment of an infectious agent. ) depression, or even obsessive behaviors obsessions of their childhood but also not deal with underlying causes of problems. In addition to that it, Other types of disciplines, like giving consequences, time-out, and setting limits and so on may have promising prospects. For example, making the punishment suit the offence match is a useful notion, which would see be children being made to pick up rubbish they dropped, clean up graffiti they have drawn, or apologize to someone they have hurt, helping the child enhance t (wrong word) learn to be responsible. their responsibility. This is a testament to the effectiveness of shaping the correct behaviors compared to beating the child. the overshadowing of other punishments comparing to physical hurts.

In conclusion, while many are in favor of letting children access moral codes (That makes no sense.) since their premature age, (That makes no sense.) I am on the opposite side because kind guidance and teaching is more of the reasons above and the kinds of punishment mentioned are practical and promising.

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