The Question: As a senior prefect of your school, write a letter to the principal pointing out at least two practices among students that should be discouraged and two habits that should be promoted among teachers
Answer: A letter to the Principal.
Subject: Practices to be discouraged and habits to be developed among students.
With due respect, I John Markley, the Senior Prefect, want to mention the practices that should be discouraged among the students of our school. The two main practices are- bringing mobile phones into the school and getting aggressive very frequently. These days, it has been observed that some students are bringing mobile phones in school and instead of attending classes they sit in the playground to use their mobile phones. This practice of keeping mobile phones on the school premises is very dangerous to the future of students. It has been also noted that the students get aggressive when they are asked to submit their mobile phones.
However, there are two habits that we should develop in our students to make them better citizens. These are- to tell a truth in all circumstances and never take a shortcut for success. We should develop the habits of speaking the truth and never take a shortcut to become successful among our students. Short-cuts often lead to the wrong paths and more problems to achieve the goal. Therefore, the teachers should organize some events to better know their students and develop new and better habits among them.
A more focus on the above points will make a difference between ours and other school’s students.