Thursday, August 24, 2006

My Students' Problems(3)

Now about my students:
Although they were the hosts, they were actually acting as spectators!
They didn’t have enough self-confidence to show their abilities in singing and playing musical instruments although one of them was really a professional player.
Iranian students weren’t active as Korean students too.
Both of these groups were in a same age, but Korean students were more happy than my students.
This was making me crazy!
What kinds of problems had made this behavioral gap between them?

P.S : They couldn’t dance(not traditional , not modern), because it is prohibited in Iranian schools.


At 3:12 PM, Anonymous leva said...

Wait a minute khanoom moalem?
are you here or there? we can dance in our school ? you mean your student are coming from Iran all?

At 6:01 PM, Anonymous PersianArchitect said...

It is not only dancing, I think that much more basic thoughts are missing in those schools which might lead to a lack of self-confidence.
By the way you have a great blog.

At 7:28 PM, Blogger White Duckling said...

Salam baloot joon
khoshhalam halet behtar shode.
ie nega bi zahmat age be postaie ghabli bendazi mibini in malle 2 sal pishe ke Iran boodam.
aalan too vaziataie toam geer darso in harfa,khanoom moalem kilo chande inja?
ishala ie neshoonam biad sare rahe ma balke omidvar shim.

At 7:34 PM, Blogger White Duckling said...

Dear Persian Architect
You are right .We need really a big change.

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