Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Quoatation of the week


Going through my tweets, I found this wonderful quoatation by Benjamin Franklin
Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn. –
Benjamin Franklin
What do you think it means?

2 comments:

Celina P said...

I will divide what I think the meaning is into the three sentences. I think "tell me and I forget" means that for example if you are talking of something you did during the day or if you have to remember something that it is important you will forget. I think "teach me and I remember" means that if you listen or pay attention to what you are learning, you will remember it more than if you hadn´t been listening and, I think "involve me and I learn" means that for example if your teacher needs you for an example on what you are learning,you will learn it because you were involved in that example and you were paying more attention than if you hadn´t did it.
See you tommorow.

Miss Ale said...

Celi, Congatulations on your reflection!! Very well thought!!
I'm proud of you!! You will go far!!!