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Corporal Punishment

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The discussion is designed for reflection on Taiwan current education status.

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  • Interesting that this topic is still debated upon. I thought a big no has been said to C Punishment all over the world. It wd be nice if u wd upload the summary of the debate. ( I'm not a teacher but I think CP is just not on anymore.) tnx 4 sharing.
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    Corporal Punishment Corporal Punishment Presentation Transcript

    • Corporal Teachers : Mavis & Anita Punishment :
    • Pre-discussion brainstorming Who would be the Spanker? Parents or Teachers What kind of behaviors can be seen as corporal punishment ?
    • Corporal punishment types striking slapping (Bamboo) Cane Rod Stick Ruler Strap Clothes hanger mild chastisements E.g. shaking by the arm or shoulder split jump Whipping spanking stand up beating
    • Definition
      • Corporal punishment is forced pain intended to change a person‘s behavior or to punish them which may cause physical and mental injuries.
      • Discipline is training that corrects, molds or perfects the mental facilities or moral character.
      • Abuse means the inproper or excessive use or treatment, mostly physical maltreatment.
    • About two articles
      • Divide in three groups (3 min.)
      • Summarize the two articles
      • Bring out the main ideas or the core value of the articles
      • Please give some reflection about two articles
    • Discussion Questions:
      • Briefly describe your experiences and feelings of being punished as a child? What are the reasons for being punished corporally?
      • Will it make you feel better if parents punish you with clear explanation on why?
    • Discussion Questions:
      • When you walk on the streets and see a mother striking or slapping her child, will you stop her?
      • Corporal punishment in schools has been banned since Jan. 2007. What are the possible advantages and disadvantages of it?
      • Do you have any alternatives to physical discipline?
    • Discussion Question:
      • Source: Humanistic Education Foundation
      • Physical beatings or spankings of students declined
      • from 51% in 2005 to 27.3% in 2007.
      Q: Do we need a similar law to regulate domestic disciplines by parents? 52.8% 2007 65.1% 69.4% 70.9% 74.2% 83.4% 2005 2004 2001 2000 1999 Percentage of students who have experienced corporal punishment
    • Video: talk show
      • 1.spanking Your Kids: Discipline or Abuse?
    • Time for informal debate
      • Choose either side of for or against zero corporal punishment in the classrooms discipline
      • Each side contains no more than 6 debaters
      • The last debater is in charge of summing up whole group’s arguments and try to make it sound persuasive