"What mother does not wash clothes in winter? It's no big deal ......" Preger looked indifferent, the mother was so angry she couldn't speak, so she had to take off her son's dirty clothes and go back to the kitchen to do her chores. The poor mother was secretly in tears again, while her son was lying on the sofa asleep.

  Suddenly the doorbell rang and it was Mrs. Wood from next door. She pulled out her dodging son and said angrily to Preger's mother, "Come, Tom, let Auntie see what Preger has done to you."

  "What are you doing here? Oh! Tom has brought your mother here to complain, hasn't he? I'm not afraid of your mother being here, but next time you say it, I'll beat you up!" The awakened Pregel said with a straight face.

  "My God! Is this your child?" Mrs. Wood shouted in anger.

  The mother hastened to apologize, but Pregel was still warning Tom to be more careful in the future.

  "This is the child who has no father to discipline!" Mrs. Wood said coldly.

  The mother couldn't hold back any longer and slapped her son with her hand. Preger bit his lip, with tears in his eyes, and said, "He called me a wild child first, so I hit him." Mrs. Wood, embarrassed, took the child and left.

  The house was silent, only the sound of Preger's sobbing. "Son, your father left us, and on his deathbed he asked me to teach you well. In order to make you as happy as other children, happy, mother worked hard, and hands full of calluses, and never rested properly. And you always do not know what to do, let mother so worried, too let me sad ...... "mother said can not help but shed tears. Preger looked at his mother's hand and bowed his head in shame. "You are a boy, to understand that a real man should not only themselves easily shed tears, more should not let the mother sad sad." Mother went on to say. Preger held his mother's hand tightly and said in a firm tone, "Mom, I will definitely study hard, not be naughty, and be a good man in the future. One day, I will make you proud to have me as your son."

  Preger finally lived up to his promise. Once again, his mother shed tears of pride and happiness for him.

  3. Self-reflection

  Did you start to hate taking a certain class because the teacher of that class often criticized you? Following that, you don't even want to read any material of this class at all, including textbooks and exercises, and you don't want to do the homework of this class?

  Do you feel that you may not have been born to learn a certain subject because your grades in that subject have never been good?

  Are you seen as a naughty child by most people around you? If so, are you more reluctant to study and instead try to find ways to play, or even learn to smoke and drink, and pretend to be "cool" for others to see?

  Do you find a certain teacher particularly annoying, so that you always unconsciously "slip" in his class?

  Do you always like to play some tricks in the class of a teacher you don't like so much and deliberately make his class difficult?

  II. Sloppy

  1. Definition and connotation

  Sloppy, is to do things carelessly, often lose three or four, and therefore can do a good thing to do a mess, can do the correct topic to do the wrong. The origin of the word "sloppy" is a joke.

  Legend has it that in the Song Dynasty, there was a painter in Kaifeng, the capital city, who was not serious about painting and was very careless. One day, he painted a tiger and just finished painting a tiger's head, he heard a man say, "Please paint a horse for me, so he painted a horse's body under the tiger's head. The man said, "Are you painting a horse or a tiger?" The artist said, "What the hell, it's sloppy." That's how the word "sloppy" came into being. The man who asked him to paint a horse said angrily, "I don't want to do that." So he turned around and left in anger.

  But the painter did not care, and hung the painting on the wall of his house. His oldest son asked, "What are you painting?" He replied carelessly, "It is a tiger." His second son asked him, "What did you paint?" But he said casually, "It's a horse." The sons had never seen a real tiger or a real horse, so they believed it and kept it in their minds.

  One day, the eldest son went hunting outside the city and met a good horse, mistook it for a tiger, went up and shot it dead with an arrow, and the painter had to pay the owner of the horse for the loss. His second son ran into a tiger in the wild, but thought it was a horse and went up to ride it, and was bitten to death by the tiger. The painter was so distressed that he hated himself for not being serious and too sloppy, and angrily burned the painting of the tiger's head and the horse's body. In order to let future generations learn a lesson, he wrote a poem: "Ma Hu Tu, Ma Hu Tu, like a horse and like a tiger. The first son shot the horse to death, and the second son fed the tiger. The hut burned the horse and tiger map, and advised all of you not to learn from me."

  The story seems absurd, but its inner truth is profound. In some critical times, sloppiness may also cause unnecessary losses.

  When a child grew up to be an architect, he wrote an extra "0" after the number of bricks in the calculation of materials used in the construction site, and as a result, the bricks were transported 9 times more to the construction site, and then transported back by car after the building was finished. This alone is the loss of state property of tens of thousands of dollars.

  The reasons for sloppiness are many, to overcome the bad habit of sloppiness, we must first find the reasons for the child. In general, there are several reasons for sloppiness.

  First, the attitude problem. Attitude is not serious, the lack of responsibility for learning, perfunctory, and thus understanding knowledge when swallowed whole, as homework perfunctory, sloppy to get it done.

  Second, personality problems. The urgent temper, everything is anxious, inevitably make mistakes in a hurry.

  Third, the problem of proficiency. Because of the homework is not proficient, the loss of one thing, mistakes. Studies have shown that it is not easy to be sloppy with exercises that are particularly rusty because you don't know them yet and are particularly careful. It is also not easy to be sloppy with exercises that are so familiar that you can write them correctly without thinking, nor is it sloppy, and few of them write their names wrong because they are too familiar to be sloppy. Only half-baked is prone to the phenomenon of sloppiness, look at the question is not difficult at all, but in fact, they are not particularly well mastered, paralyzed in thought, made a mistake.

  Fourth, the problem of habit. Sloppy has become a habit, doing everything furtively, sloppy.

  Fifth, the problem of test anxiety. Some people are overburdened by the psychological burden of the test, overly nervous, usually do the problem, a test on the wrong, which is caused by test anxiety.

  For different situations, different measures should be taken separately. If you are not serious attitude, you should mainly solve the attitude problem, fully understand the danger of sloppiness, change the attitude of not serious; if you are impatient, to train your character, change the impatient character; if you are not skilled in knowledge, you should practice more, so that you can master the knowledge; if you are anxious about the test, you should reduce the psychological burden, do not take the score too seriously, light psychological burden will not be so nervous If it is bad habits, you should correct your bad habits and cultivate the good habit of being serious and conscientious.

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