"They" will always make reproaches to someone who makes spelling mistakes but it's fine if someone sucks in mathematics. I don't find this fair. Is someone, who has a good spelling and grammar, better than someone who is good in mathematics?
All along my school time, the most important was spelling. I was bad with spelling (honestly , I don't know why, maybe I suffer of some kind of dyslexia), and I was the best in Mathematics and Physics. So guess what, teachers exclusively criticized and blamed me for my spelling mistakes, and never congratulated me for my skills in mathematics!
I think that in schools, teachers should always value and encourage kids in what they are good at, instead of blaming them for their weaknesses.
This is not fair.
June 01, 2017
Olà Paul_1/4 ! (¼ of what? LOL)
I feel the same as you. I attribute this to the fact writing/language is what matter the most, because, in real life, this is what is mandatory. I mean, this is less handicapping if you are not good in mathematics, or scientific things. But if you can't express yourself orally, or by writing, then that is more or of a problem. So writing, and indirectly-speaking-is overall, what is the most important, and the basis of everything. This is why school is putting more efforts and attention on this.
Now, to be a bit sarcastic, I would say, that, being good in sports is surpassing your writing, or mathematics skills 😁
September 29, 2017