If the anger is the reaction, an angry young man will take birth.If he suffers most without these feelings, which very rarely happens, that child may develop a commitment not brow beat any body in his life time.Without participation the discipline within him will not develop. You are teaching him that one should lie and also when and how and for what. Then explain the son why is opting to lie, why he should not lie otherwise etc. Almost all schools inflict corporal punishments on students for various reasons. Giving oral warnings and letters in the diary or calendar 12. It teaches them violence and revenge as solutions to problems and perpetuates itself, as children might imitate what the adults are doing ( Generally a negative experience and adverse conditions prevailing around will seriously influence a child and may make him similar person with similar character. Writing impositions for more than fifty times within a short time, which is physically not possible to complete, is a new type of punishment.The brutal disciplinary processes hampers psychological growth of a person.Two Schools of Thought: Then the question is why do the parents or teachers punish children?Another teacher takes the wrongdoing child along with him or her to each class of different year as per schedule to further inflict insult. Kinds of Punishments In Schools There are three types of corporal punishments in schools. Making the children stand as a wall chair (Goda Kurchee in Telugu), 2. If a child is battered or bullied for talking, his anger may make him an introvert, probably a thinker with less initiative, and to withdraw from groups and companies and can be branded as shy person.While a schoolteacher prevents a girl from eating from her lunch box, the other does not allow the kid to attend the classes. If his reaction is hatred, he starts hating school and society.
A school invented another imaginative method of getting the boy beaten up by girl studying in lower class. Make the children kneel down and do the work and then enter the class room 5. The unilateral process of penal disciplining the children either at home or at school will lead to three kinds of reactions. These three will contribute adversely and in the long run, children are moulded into complex personalities.
The Child's education is mostly from observation and imitation. Fourthly, a chance to alter the perceptions around, either at home or school. For Example: Parents or teachers lie before children. The necessary communication with child equips him with ability to participate. The time has come to re-examine the saying 'spare the rod and spoil the child'. The research studies show that the theory of corporal punishment was an ineffective discipline strategy with children of all ages and it is often proved to be dangerous.
Their participation depends upon their developing capacity, which again depends upon the surroundings and family. If child does not have sufficient information he cannot effectively participate. One has to talk in terms of chances rather than rights as the child does not and cannot know how to participate. It may be like giving a discourse in driving without putting him in driver's seat. Will you give him text book on cycling or explain the parts and technique of the machine, importance or greasing or oiling, or give a lecture on speed or slow cycling, diligence or negligence on road? A father wants his son to tell the caller by phone that he was not at home. Children are at receiving end both at their own homes and schools from parents, teachers and non-teaching school authorities. The punishment of such kind leads to create anger, resentment and low self-esteem.
Sitting on the floor for one period, day, week and month. Wall chairs (sitting as if on the chair without any one against the wall for half-an-hour to one hour), wall chairs plus a school bag on the head or thighs which cause more physical pain, running ten to twenty rounds around the school building or in the ground and sit-ups numbering hundreds are other range of punishments.
Normal range of punishments, which continue unabated, are caning, beating knuckles with stick or steel scale, kneeling down, standing on the bench and so on.