Prevention is better than cure

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Prevention is better than cure

I think and I believe that-“Prevention is better than cure”.Not only children but also adults need to maintain strict hygiene in the spring season (especially for Bangladesh) and here’s some steps towards the way to prevention:
– say ‘No’ to street foods
– prepare the major meals at home
-roast your chickens if you have to
– inspire yourself to maintain the daily routines of hygienic
– negotiate with a hectic schedule.
As an educator, s/he must have educational map, specifically s/he will have to have lists how s/he will get the students to each step in that road. As a teacher- I think, having to go residence to a load of boring papers to rank is never anyone’s desired part of teaching. A teacher is able to begin the ways to bring creativity into his/her classroom and should know how to introduce creativity into his/her classroom. Here, I shall highly request those teachers not to limit assignments to one format. I think or I’ll request here to provide them the subject to cover, but give them some freedom in how they complete it. I strongly believe- when a teacher honestly starts allowing more formats in the way students create and learn, they’ll have more opportunities to connect with the work they do and will turn out to be more invested in it. It can really make it a lot more interesting. 

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