Make them cheat
If you suspect your child/student is not doing homework, interrogate them with some specific questions:
When do? What did you learn? How long did it take you to prepare? What’s the hardest part?
Even if they manage a convincing answer, but the act of maintaining a lie will give a psychological discomfort.
Our goal is not to make them great liars but to teach them that cheating is not good at all
Use our wisdom.
Encourage and advise them if they are still reluctant to confess.
Don’t face them
To make all these lessons stick, you need to be a little tough and firm.
If your child is having difficulty carrying out the given task and is crying for sympathy, don’t make it easy to help them out of the task.
Let them try to solve.
We are educating our children in terms of morals and identity.
You must be firm.
Do not rescue children who show bad behavior.
Establish clear rules and impose penalties when necessary.
There is a price to pay for every behavior.
I will not allow my student to rest/go home until he has completed the assigned task. (irreversibility is the greatest threat to schoolboys)
Let them taste. Let them pay.
As a result after that, they will be more focused and not play around while doing tasks
Although this method is time-consuming, the results last longer.
Children will learn to follow the rules and will always think about the consequences of every behavior they do.
The general rule in this method is that we ourselves must be strict and consistent with the rules.
Here are some tips for writing a good thank you note:
Don’t start with thank you
Start with another sentence. If you start writing with, “Thank you for the delicious cake”, you will have a hard time imagining what to write after that.
Write, “Very happy to break the fast with this delicious cake. Thank you for remembering me in this month of Ramadan.