Learning 4 Rs

Submitted by ub on Sat, 05/21/2016 - 21:35

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 05/21/2016 - 22:33


I always felt rhetoric was an undervalued trait, the art of convincing others to share your point of views, convince others to do what you want. Today, college students just try to convince girls to get into bed with them. Campuses have become a hotbed of hedonism, students just looking to "get busy." I have been a visiting professor at several colleges here in the southeast and I have seen this first hand. A girl on the lacrosse team in one of my classes admitted to me that she only goes to class to meet men (her grades reflected it.) Atmosphere on campuses have shifted from places of learning to something like a clubhouse. It's not what it used to be.

Reading, ’riting, ’rithmetic, rhetoric are the main subjects all students should master before they graduate, with no exceptions.

These are regarded as the fundamentals of education of basic knowledge, or skills of any system or field of study regardless of the language.

Wisdom and knowledge build character, which leads to enlightenment and lays the foundation of a stronger society. Education makes everyone complete and enriches people's understanding of themselves. He has said that education is an investment in human capital, and it can have a great impact on our growth and development.

Parents must teach their children from an early age that besides staying healthy, these are the fundamentals of life.

Knowledge is information of which someone is aware. Knowledge is also used to mean the confident understanding of a subject, potentially with the ability to use it for a specific purpose.

Wisdom is the ability to make correct judgments and decisions. It is an intangible quality gained through our experiences in life.

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