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My child left blank when Van asked to ‘describe the garden’

Due to living in an apartment building, when it comes to writing exercises that require describing gardens and pets, my child leaves blank because “I don’t know”.

I have an older child in second grade. I remember when I was a kid when I was in first grade, something I sometimes had to learn in tears, it’s better when I grow up because I actively do my homework.

I study well in logic and natural subjects (Math, Physics…), very poorly in Literature. I remember in third grade there was a description of a family animal. I describe the pig, the end of the lesson will be to state how you feel about the animal: I always write that you have no feelings at all. The next day the whole class had a laugh, but I really didn’t feel anything about the pig.

Going back to my son, he is also bad at Vietnamese: bad handwriting, sloppy presentation (like me). Then the descriptions of the garden and animals were left blank in his workbook, I asked him why he didn’t do these exercises but only did the test by multiple choice questions, he said: “I don’t know”.

In fact, I didn’t even know what to write at the time. Because I live in an apartment building, I don’t have a garden, and I don’t have any animals, so I don’t force him to do those assignments.

I do better in Math. I feel that I am poor at social communication, so I am afraid that if I don’t study Vietnamese well, I will have trouble later. Don’t know how to teach your child? Currently, the essays describing people, things and phenomena, I copy exactly what the teacher suggested.

Nguyen Van Tuyen

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