Today is the end of school year for my 3 children.
Let's 'take stock' (can I say that?) of this year of study for each of them.
These 4 next fantastics photographies are from Doisneau, a great, great artist
So, as soon as she hasn't understood that she must work harder than what it is asked by each of her professor when she goes home, she won't be able to progress. We and her professors are waiting for a miracle. Maybe, next year.....
What is conforting me is that many students repeat this 10th grade class level, here. Many of her previous classmates from the college will repeat. Maybe that previous school wasn't so good. And she's certainly LAZY, furthermore.
I prefer that she repeats one more year, than trying to continue, having hard times. And she's so 'open' that she'll easily make new friends, that's not a problem for her.
This one is Olivier style.
Olivier has always worked correctly, I just have to control his work. He got good grades, without me helping him all the time (as it was with Alex.). He'll enter in 8th grade next year. He doesn't like particularly school, but he gets the will to 'win' good grades, it's like a game for him. As younger, he's proud to work better than his sister. A revenge to be the youngest child, I guess.
a Cartier-Bresson's photography to illustrate Gabriel's mind.
Everybody know that we begin a career at the age of 4. : )
What you'll be as an adult worker is determined at this age! I wonder when boys catch up? because everyone know that if the progress was constant from childhood to adult age, women would be at all the responsabilities jobs, given, as children, they're always more mature than boys, and ahead of them.
And, for the curious people here, I, their mother, haven't repeated a class in my entire school career. Then, I began to work, and then I reapeated many times, see the quizz! In fact, I 'm born to study, when I want, and what I want and . . . . . being a mom, I'm very steady at that.