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  1. Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child

    The saying "spare the rod, spoil the child" is well-known. It means that children need to be punished for any wrong doing. Some people take it too far and think that it means they should hit their children whenever it is decided they are bad. However, children should not be abused. The saying means...

  2. Spare the Rod

    good enough for me. It was also a time in the history of humanity when our primary way of transportation was horse and buggy, but you don't see anyone riding around in a horse and buggy anymore. Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child They are grabbed firmly by the arm, yelled at and spanked repeatedly...

  3. Spoil the child

    rest of the phrase spare the rod, so spare the rod and spoil the child. This is why she is always so harsh on Dave. It means if you do not raise your children with hard discipline you will make your children a failure. As we see through the text, she always use the rod until he becomes a man, and you...

  4. 532 Outline

    b. Spare the rod, spoil the child iv. Corporal punishment is not always abuse v. Corporal punishment and physical abuse c. Corporal punishment in schools vi. The occurrence of corporal punishment of students with disabilities vii. Racial and ethnic...

  5. Discipline

    DISCIPLINE “Spare the rod and spoil the child.” This is a famous saying, almost a principle that parents use to discipline their child when they have gone wayward. What it means is when the child has done something wrong, parents spare the rod. Sparing the rod means, to not punish the child...

  6. Should Parent Whoop Kids

    Thou shall spare the Rod so you want spoil the child. To start this paper out I want to make it know that discipline and punishing your kids are to different think but they coordinate with each other. My view on this is yes because all children need correction in their life so they can stay on the...

  7. Bafalo Spirit

    looks big and frightening. He believes in strict discipline - “spare the rod, spoil the child” חוסך שבטו שונא בנו)). He isn’t familiar with the school system. Dave is torn between the educated and the educated (between traditionalism and modernism). After school he helps Pa on the farm. Professor...

  8. A Review of Child Rearing

    The old adage “spare the rod, spoil the child” has been applied to many households in the past, but in truth, parenting methods and child rearing practices are as widely varied as are the cultures of the world. Politics, religion, family, and other environmental factors influence the way a child is...

  9. Spanking

    academy, effectual discipline has three major components: first, a caring, helpful relationship between parent and child; second, application of constructive reinforcement when children do well; and third, application of punishment when children behave badly (“Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child”, 2005...

  10. Classroom Philosophy

    students by allowing them to make decisions.” Let us listen and speak more to our children yes I know that the Bible says that if we “Spare the rod we will spoil the child”. What about those children whose rods are not being spared and home and are looking for someone to reach out to, someone they can trust. “Children are a heritage from God” so let us as Educators Manage and Discipline our classes with dignity!...

  11. Proverbs

    speed. ▪ Spare the rod and spoil the child. ▪ Easier said than done. ▪ Grasp all, lose all. ▪ Action speaks louder than words. ▪ Waste not, want not. ▪ Talk of the devil and he comes. ▪ Let sleeping dogs lie. ▪ Nothing venture, nothing have. ▪ First...

  12. Corporal Punishment

    sharing their feeling or emotions with people around them. Supporters of corporal punishment think that spare the rod and spoil the child and they need to punish children so that children can distinguish right from wrong. Children never learn good manners right if people only say...

  13. My Opinion and View on Corporal Punishment

    then spanking me. Spanking can make some children feel unloved. When I become a teacher I would never put my hand on someone child. I will punish them by taking away something they enjoy. I really believe that will be worst punishment. These passages from the book of Proverbs read, "He who spares...

  14. Victoriam Morals

    was 'Spare the rod and spoil the child' in which the Victorians believed. The father was the head of the family and the household. He was mostly strict and obeyed by everyone. The children did not dare to talk back to him. They always spoke politely and respected him by calling him 'Sir'. When...

  15. The Effects of High School Sports

    town high school football coach. He was a firm believer in turning young whining, water-head boys into self sufficient young men who had self- esteem and character. He also believed in spare the rod, spoil the child. That is one of his beliefs I didn’t particularly care for. More so than the rod, my...

  16. MELAB

         B. devil   C. bible   D. depth 6. We watched the ship until it became only a _______ in the distance. A. point    B. jar C. stove D. dot 7. The English proverb ‘_______ the rod and spoil the child’ means that if you deep from punishing the child,     you will spoil its character. A...

  17. Spare the Rod or Spoil the Child?

    English 1123.106 15 November, 2010 Spare the Rod or Spoil the Child? In a world where children are raised in a non-traditional fashion, physical discipline is a mere distant memory. Corporal punishment has been one of the oldest...

  18. Is Corporal Punishment Needed To Discipline Children

    could develop from it? There is a saying “spare the rod, spoil the child”, many people are believers that a child that receives corporal punishment grows into a well-rounded adult, which can not be proven or disputed. There are also those that believe that a child whom receives corporal punishment is...

  19. Interview Questions

    . Do you feel you are too strict or too leanient, or well ballanced? 27. How much time do you spend with your child? What acivities do you do together? 28. How much time do you spend away from your child? 29. Do you reward your child for good behavior? If so, How? how Often? 30. Do you believe in the saying, "Spare the Rod & Spoil the Child" (if you don't punish your children when they do wrong, you'll spoil them)? ...

  20. Mistake That Parents Make

    parent and child. Lastly, another mistake that parents make is overly punishing their children or not effectively punishing their children. Just like the saying “spare the rod and spoil the child”, some parents tend to go overboard, while some spare the rod and do in fact spoil the child...

  21. Confusion

    , and it can cause the child to be more violent and revengeful. However, there is still a popular thinking that concludes that reward and punishment is always linked, and should be implemented together, supported by the proverbs that enshrine day’s society’s attitude “ Spare the rod, spoil the child...

  22. To Spare the Rod: Reflections of Corporal Punishment

    To Spare the Rod: Reflections of Corporal Punishment Benjamin Franklin was of a wise man, who expressed many unique aphorisms in Poor Richard’s Almanack. They related to his different outlook on life, and one of his aphorisms read: “Spare the rod and spoil the child.” I...

  23. spare the rod spoil the child

    Spare the rod spoil the child” Corporal punishment shapes character. Many people might say getting chastised never hurt anyone. However, some others might disagree with that statement, because some parent may overdo it and it turns to child abuse. So other alternatives were put into place of it...

  24. Should Corporal Punishement Be Outlawed

    hurts more when you take there electronicall devices like; cell phones, video games, iPods, and laptops. But we still have old fashion parents that think spanking is a very good discipline tool. Religion teaches that corporal punishment is acceptable and necessary. Spare the rod and spoil the child...

  25. Letter to Ms Devine

    of taking care of different crimes each day? The proverb "Spare the rod and spoil the child" is not a very balanced way of raising a child either. Parents should balance the rewards and punishments in their child’s life. Physical punishment is not the best way to discipline your child...

  26. Work Answers About "Spoil the Child"

    , though you have some years and some time to process the thoughts and think of the meaning. Dave doesn’t have this time, and he has to grow with these facts in a very harsh and fast way. It is a big part of growing up, and he has to do it all in the time of 24 hours. 8. Spare the rod and spoil the child. If you spare the rod, you spoil the child, meaning that if you don’t beat them up you will destroy your child....

  27. aditya

    They are grabbed firmly by the arm, yelled at and spanked repeatedly. Strictly abiding by the old adage that goes “Spare the rod, spoil the child”, many parents believe in physically punishing their children should they stray or misbehave. Is this really necessary? Personally, I disagree that...

  28. Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child

    They are grabbed firmly by the arm, yelled at and spanked repeatedly. Strictly abiding by the old adage that goes “Spare the rod, spoil the child”, many parents believe in physically punishing their children should they stray or misbehave. Is this really necessary? Personally, I disagree that...

  29. Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child

    Pediatrics an agency dedicated to the health of all children provides informative article regarding corporal punishment. One article in particular that caught my attention entitled "The Pediatrician and Corporal Punishment", by Morris A. Wessel. Wessel states, "The "spare the rod and spoil the child...

  30. Aba Ikaw Na

      Silence is golden  Slow but sure  Softly, softly, catchee monkey  Spare the rod and spoil the child  Speak as you find  Speak softly and carry a big stick  Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me  Still waters run deep  Strike while the iron is hot  Stupid is as stupid...