I know this because my students hated me for many years.
Kids who have fun reading are making a connection in their brains that reading is valuable and rewarding. That very connection is what turns ordinary kids into lifelong readers.
I'd been on the list a few times before, but never at the top, and it came as quite a surprise to me especially since I beat out Fifty Shades of Grey. To set the record straight, I should point out that my books contain no sex, no profanity, no nudity, no drugs, and no graphic violence at least nothing you wouldn't see in a 's Superman comic book.
So what's the big deal? Well, most of it boils down to the fact that not every book is right for every person. There are some adults out there who are not amused by the things that make most children laugh, and so they try to stomp these things out.
We've all met people like that, haven't we? Recently, a young boy told me that his teacher had heard him giggling as he read Captain Underpants in school.
When she saw the cover, she snapped the book out of his hands and told him that she did not allow garbage like that in her classroom. Later at lunch, the boy saw his teacher actually reading the book what a concept!
When he approached and questioned her, she apologized and gave the book back to him. She'd made a rash judgment based on the cover and the title, and in her attempt to steer her student toward real literature, she'd almost turned him off to reading entirely. My goal with Captain Underpants is to make kids laugh and to give children and especially reluctant readers a positive experience with reading at a crucial time in their development ages 7 to Children in this age group who hate to read are in great danger of becoming functionally illiterate adults.
As grown-ups, we need to respect our children's rights to choose what they want to read. During a recent book tour, a mother thanked me for my Captain Underpants books because they were the only things that made her son laugh after his dad passed away.
This reminded me of so many other stories I've heard from parents, where my silly books were often the only thing that brought laughter into some of the darkest situations in their childrens' lives.
One family, after burying their son with his collection of beloved Captain Underpants books, told me they still read my books whenever they need to be reminded of their son's laughter and his joyful spirit.
For me, I'd rather focus on stories like that than on the handful of challengers who want to take away our children's choices.Why Kids Hate School.
"When we were reading Charlotte, their heads were in the book, they were talking about their feelings and the words they love. It was electric. As soon as we pulled out the test workbook, they shut down. The way we have to teach is anti-kid, anti-learning and just plain boring.".
Making the case that serious reading is one of life’s great boons—that screen-bound kids are in danger of missing something tremendous—has become awkward, square-headed, emotionally.
2 Short Essay Examples That Are Easy to Digest Here are two short essay examples to help you see what the finished product looks like.
I’ve also made a few comments within the essays to help you see what works and what doesn’t work in a short essay. 5 Reasons Your Students Might Hate You (and What You Can Do About It!) if your students hate you, there is a % chance you can do something about it.
Yes, a huge part of the classroom struggle for teachers (like me) in Title I schools has to do with issues kids are facing outside of school, and yes, there is the occasional wild card who. 13 reasons students hate teachers. 1 — Teachers are boring. science, reading and writing, show them that you care–that you do actually like kids.
Speak softly. Look them in the eyes. It is the Job of the teacher to make insane kids brighter and not to enhance a brighter kid since he already knows much than the teacher or he knows. Some children hate going to school.
It happens mostly on Mondays, being the first day after the weekly holiday. Many fake sickness to escape schooling, saying that they have stomach ache or head ache.