We all have the eagerness to learn and study something new. When we do this, we obviously learn from someone who knows about it and has experience. Anyone can become a student. It does not mean only children can become a student. This is an obvious one. But even elders can become a student.
This is because studying and learning does not have any age limit or boundaries. Nowadays even elders go different classes. Some people might think but why do they have to go for classes at such an age. One should stop thinking such things.
Some elders go for classes during the later part of their life because they have the eagerness to learn something. There are maximum chances they did not get the opportunity to learn these when they were a child. They might not have had so many facilities like the children of today have. When these elders go to attend the classes among the ones who are very young in age from them, the youngsters do not treat them properly.
They tease them and call them from different names. Well, this is not appropriate anywhere. Moreover, a place where one is going to learn something, in such a place such behavior should not be allowed. The youngsters must try to understand the plight of those elders too.
Instead of making fun of them, they should help them in the class. They should not consider them someone different in the class. Even the elders are among them and like them in the class. By doing such they cannot be called as an ideal student. Ideal student is not only being good only in front of the teacher but they should have a good behavior among the people who are around them.
Who is an ideal student? How can we call a student as an ideal one? What are the criteria for a student to become an ideal student? Can only studious students be considered as an ideal student? Do the teachers only love the ideal students and not the ones who are naughty in the class? Well such questions are always running in a student’s mind. The students start asking themselves such questions during their free time.
They start to think whether they can become an ideal student some day or not. Sometimes they even compare themselves with those students who are called as an ideal one. At first, they feel jealous too. They think what does that student has which he or she does not have.
Once they start comparing themselves with others, they start to become like them. This should not happen. One should not change oneself in order to become like others. Instead they should find out what faults they themselves have. After that they should focus on their inner self rather than trying to become like someone else.
But what is the definition of an ideal student? There is not any particular definition for an ideal student. Everyone has their own opinions about an ideal student. For some people idea student is the one who is always behind the teacher, doing all the work of the teacher, being in the good books of all the teachers, being a studious student always.
But do you think only this will things will define an ideal student? No, it will not. It is more than just going behind the teacher, doing their work and being in good books. Sometimes it happens that a student has these characteristics only in their campus. Outside, they completely behave as a stranger. Whenever they see their teacher outside, they will either run away or hide themselves from them.
Then they cannot be called as an ideal student. They should respect them and maintain the same behavior with them outside as well. If one sees their teacher outside does not mean that they are not their teacher outside the campus and they can ignore them or behave rudely.
They should help them in need when they meet them outside. They should never forget to greet them. But this does not mean that they should maintain such behavior only with their teacher inside and outside the campus. They should maintain good behavior even with the people who are studying with them.
They cannot be good only with the teachers and then behave rudely with the students. This will form a wrong impression about them in front of the other students. It is important to be good among everyone who are around them, with the teachers, students and non-teaching staff. The ideal students must help them all of them in need.
An ideal student must not have only bookish knowledge. They should have an overall development. They must be all-rounder. Along with being studious, they should be good in other things as well. Otherwise people will call them with different names like book worm.
They will not have any friends. They will be sitting in one corner busy with the books. But do all these mean that an ideal student has to be perfect from all ways? Can’t they do any mistake? Yes, they can make mistakes. Moreover, any student can become an ideal student.
Even the ones from whom the teachers are fed up and call them the naughty ones; they can also become an ideal student. After one point of time even they learn from their mistakes and change their behavior. Ultimately, even the naughty students become good students too someday.
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Personal experience with the concept of an ideal student
Now after I have finished my studies in school and college, my cousins still studying ask me various questions about my life in school. Today, they are studying in the school in which I studied. The teachers who taught me are still teaching in the school. So, the teachers tell them about me when they come to know they are my cousins. They exclaim to cousins saying oh, you are her sibling!
They also tell my cousins about my studies and behavior in school. My cousins are told so much about me that whenever I go back home for holidays, they started asking me questions. They ask me if I was popular in class and good in studies. Almost every student in the school knew me before I left the school. This makes me to think about myself. I ask myself was I really under the good books of the teachers and friendly among all the students? This might be because from class one to nine I was the monitor of the class every year.
Then, I became the head girl of the school. Moreover, I used to take part in Elocution competitions and singing competitions. I managed to get prizes in most of them. I also used to win in most of the class competitions. I will not say I was good at everything. But I managed to be good in all areas. I was also regular to school. Even though I was sick, I would manage to go school. I was always ready to help anyone in the school.
Related to my studies, I always had problems with Mathematics. No matter how many times I would practice the sums, nothing would go inside my head. I would always struggle for scoring in Mathematics. This was the only subject with which I had problem. But still I was in good books of all.
My cousins ask me whether I came first in class. I tell them that I did not but I always got good marks. This was more important for them. All these things about my life in school makes my cousins study properly and work hard. This makes me feel happy and proud.
Whenever I go home, they always bring their homework after school and ask me to teach them. Even when I go out and I meet my teachers I greet them and have a small conversation with them. But despite all these some of my classmates did not like me even though I was never rude to them and always helped them.
They used to talk bad things about me. They would often say that I am an ideal student just for the sake. But for them I am not one in reality. In the starting I felt bad. But when I thought about it, I stopped bothering myself about it. I did not change myself for such classmates.
This is not only for the students in school but in other studying places as well. People go to study in other places too except going to school.
But what is expected by the students going to school will be similar who go to other places to study. This can be for some particular training as well. But one should remember that no one is perfect in this world. Everyone has their own flaws and all commit mistakes. But this does not mean that they cannot be a good person.
Short Paragraph (200 words) on An Ideal Student
An ideal student is an embodiment of all the virtues. He is kind, loving, respectful and considerate to all. He rarely loses his temper. He is sweet to all and is always punctual. He never misses his school. Come what may, he is never found without his uniform
The ideal student for me is Sam. We study in the same class and in the same school. Since we are neighbours, we board the school bus from the same stop. There he wishes to the parents of other students.
As he enters the bus, he loudly says, “Good morning to all my friends”. In school, he is never found gossiping with others. Whenever, a regular teacher is on leave, he runs to the library. There he reads the works of famous authors.
He calls them his friends, guides and leaders. I have learnt a lot in life from Sam. I am lucky to have developed friendship with him