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Nowadays, teachers should not be allowed to give students physical punishment at school because of the following reasons. First and foremost, teachers should not chastise their students' body because it will effect intensively alumnuses' physical and mental health. If they are punished, they will be hurt on their body although the punishment is severe or light. Moreover, when they are punished, they will feel ashamed, injured, scared. Therefore, they will become more coward, more pessimistic when they are at school or at home by feeling of scared of being punished. Another point worth noting is that punishment students can cause bad reputation for teachers who punish their students and that school. For example, any parents know about the teacher's violance to student, they will have bad thoughts about that teacher and even that school who he or she works. As a result, both that teacher and that school will make a bad impression on everyone. In conclusion, teachers had better not to chastise their schoolchildren's body.

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