001 SCIRE

THE POWER OF POSITIVE PRAISES

"Very Good" instead of "You're wrong!"

"Magaling" instead of "Ang hina mo naman"

"I have faith in you" instead of "You can't do it"

       These are just a simple statement, but these words have the power. A power to motivate, empower, and inspire. On the other hand, it has the power to discourage and belittle someone.

        The power of words might influence the lives of the pupils that were responsible for.  The success of teachings and the classroom atmosphere are largely impacted by the language we use and how we utilize it.

         As a teacher in Kindergarten, I get to see a diverse learner with various skills and abilities. Learners are being categorized in being slow learner, average learners, and fast learners. In spite of this fact, I make it a point to see to it that all of them will be given praise and rewards that they deserved.

         A simple word saying, "Very Good" or "Job Well Done “could pose a great impact in our learners on a regular basis. Using strong and effective teacher language needs a lot of work and effort. As a result, one of the things I want to do every day is to make sure that the way I communicate with my learners is positive and uplifting, so that I can help them work toward accomplishing their task. Lastly, I want to be a part of the success they will have as they sail the boat of their dreams.