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Every school in America believes in practicing their own certain ways to praise their students some similar some contrasting In the 1970s schools tried to spread the practice in raising students self-esteem in schools no matter what mistakes he or she had made This worked for some schools while others didnt agree on the practice Using the self-esteem movement and praising students even for poor performance is not a good way to prepare young adults for the future In the eyes of society every student should have an equal chance to learn and be credited for their good work This self-esteem movement made society credit students not only for their good work but also for the poor quality work By doing so the students who did do a remarkable job are counted as equal to those students who did half as good of a job This is not fair to those students that did the better work because they arent getting the praise they deserve Consequently in the future the students who did the inferior work are going to think doing poor quality work is going to be okay to get them through in life The self-esteem movement is teaching those underachieving students that it is okay to do a lesser job and in reality that mindset will not get an adult far through life Personally I believe that self-esteem comes from within someone and cannot be given to a person If a student was extremely confident in his or her own skin and thought well of themselves they would already have a high self-esteem and wouldnt need someone to tell them that they are doing a great job Whereas if a student whom had low self confidence in themselves would more than likely need that extra praise to make their self-esteem higher But for that student that needs the praise to
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