what do you think of favouritism in school? Watch
Also a lot of teachers favour the students that are good at their subject, but then it's hard to distinguish between people who are good because they're hard working (which is fair enough) and people who are naturally good at the subject (which is more seen as discriminating against students that work hard but just don't find the subject easy)
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I digressed slightly guys, sorry!... but i agree with posters above that say that favouritism should be kept out of classes, but i guess it's only natural! I guess it gives the pupil that is favoured an extra boost, knowing that they are doing well but it kind of demotivates others who feel that despite their best efforts their hard work isn't recognised
it is very unfair to the students who have been label as 'not helpful' or 'underachieved' within class. Sometimes, some teachers are a little gender stereotype, label boys as 'lazy' and girls as 'hard-working'
this has not just lead to self-fulfillling prophecy but it also hurts the students' feelings.