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Sexy African Women – Culture and Values

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The place of African values

African dating site profileMaulana Wrier Wahiduddin Khan defines education as the knowledge of the potential of making maximum use. One can say a human being is not in the full sense until it educates, “Through education, man is enabled to receive information from outside world to become familiar with past history and receive all necessary information in connection with this agreement values. the Oxford Dictionary are moral or professional standard behavior. They are, in principle, that is, governing the behavior of the decisions.

I think the title given to this article immediately suggests a analysis of the relationship between culture and education. Education as a subject of this article seems pretty clear when we think that we are talking about formal learning at a certain level, ie in high school. The culture here is also listed as an issue because when we speak of values ​​in a given environment without too much trouble to remember that the values ​​can be configured by a mound of a given culture and the culture itself is retained by the system of values ​​that has been able to establish as norms of behavior. Therefore, I find it impossible to talk about African values ​​without consideration of African culture.

You will then be necessary to say that certain values ​​can be seen from Africa as they have been able to give an expression of an underlying culture that should be the source and motivation of these values. We must remember that culture that culture is the totality of how one person’s life. A way of life is at the root identifies and defines the people as group. So we talk about African culture and way of life that defines us as Africans and that our identity is shaped a set. This particular form of such own values ​​that I believe should be.

Instilled in all levels of education in society, especially at the level of formal education. To develop the values Africa real in the consciousness of our youth, our youth should be taught at all levels to be proud of everything related to people may be an external assault and damage: its territorial integrity, physical oppression, denial of racism law, undiluted these dimensions is not enough to destroy the soul of a people to their culture damaged. When a people come to despise what gives it its identity as a people, then the essence of the existence of that nation is called into question.

Therefore, African culture must be preserved at all costs through our formal education system for these africanvalues ​​to be retained The relevant question is: how do we get in high school? For starters, I think the secondary school curriculum should be structured so that consideration of our culture as people should be at the heart of our educational training. the social studies curriculum should provide a lot of emphasis on Africa society and culture.

Must be able to study the difference and similarities, but with a little more emphasis on the latter. Language in Nigeria must be studied with passion at this level. I think the lease to find some students who take a special interest in Igbo language, because I know that all languages ​​must be friendly to grow. I also find it very unpleasant to see a good number of Igbo who have completed their studies at tertiary level, but can not read a line of Igbo, and even proud to proclaim it. Special attention and emphasis must also be given to African history.

You can be a bit surprised to see how vast some students are in European history and how they are equally ignorant of African history. Talk to you about the Greeks and Romans with ease and when Abraham Lincoln with great interest, but talk to them about Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyerere, and see the surprise takes over his face, because the names do not I sound. Everything about the history of Africa must be studied in depth, both the positive aspects of our history and the regrettable because they are part and parcel of what we set as a people. Attention should be paid the great African kingdoms, such as Nigeria and the Ashanti of Ghana Benin for the student may learn that Africa actually produced such a level comparable organizational structure what we see in modern nations and the state today. It’s something to be proud of. In addition, other historical events like slavery and colonialism should not be allowed adrift in the past as an unimportant episode in many errors of mankind. His story, effects and consequences on the lives of modern Africans must be taught in schools so that future mistakes can be avoided, as a result of a deep understanding of our past pain.

I believe that when students are in very beginning to appreciate our being black with all that implies, then the values ​​we seek and appreciate as well the people naturally from the soul of our person. Despite insisting that the very foundation of these values ​​as the foundation of these should be based on the appreciation of our culture as I have indicated. Out, will also be out of place to give special place to instill some of these particular values ​​in the educational curriculum. It is impossible to have a theme and culture AFRCAN values ​​entered in the secondary school curriculum and also make a mandatory field. This is not an obsession, but to appreciate who they are African> even if a subject can not be separated ct introduce greater intensity could be given to social studies with African values ​​at the heart of the matter.

Much could be do to reach our young people to appreciate once again all our being created by God Almighty as Africa, because the wind blows from the United States and other erosion all the values ​​that we as a people. From music to clothing, clothing of the diet, even our way of life is completely being attacked this habit of doing it the way the white man does. Things have to change and the time to act is now and the best way is through our system education. In this proposal I am making to introduce a topic on African culture and values, in fact I mind some particular values ​​that are very African, and must be protected as a result of good teaching and leadership in our schools. We will take the value of the warmth and hospitality of Africa as an example.

It is now a general trend among Nigeria college student never to greet a stranger found in any office or place of contact. This is because a good many now view as old- fashionable to do so. You do not belong, if people in the greeting manner or in any other place of contact. The simple reason is that the individualistic West is accepted as it is an approach preferred by the white man. Students must bow to show that this value of the heat is very African and non-Africans, but only wonderful ways that even the man White admired in the African countries.

African dress should also receive attention in this effort. Young people must understand that culture hip hop does not have to set the pace throughout, even in our manner of dress.

Our youth now put rags in the name of jeans and accept it as normal. The girls go around half naked completely and everybody accepts it. We must show that the mode of dress does not offend Africa must our sense of decency and there is no respect and joy in our locker room appear decent and sexy.

Students will also be taught the social hierarchy that comes with Age is not dated, but our way of recognizing some structure and organization in the respect for elders should never be compromised socaity.therefore in any way. Student Also be taught the need to preserve the African language, so we can end this madness to ensure that our young children speak only English as the language of the first six years of their lives. I say this because I met a number of twelve years old, born and bred father Igbo in Nigeria, who spoke not a igbo.the word of what this whole scenario logic is very clear. For people who think this way, everything African is inferior including our own language. Here are some the anomalies that can fight through careful planning of our educational system. Another aspect I would like to play that may seem obvious to many people is the African religious attitude.

The African man is very religious, but we can say that Africans are not the only religious people in the world, we can say that much of the wave of rejection of the religious heritage which is evident in the Western world has entered our entire society. Therefore, you must do everything possible to preserve this attitude and students should know that there is nothing to be ashamed of being religious, but rather is a precious gift from God to have this kind of inclination considered Needless to say this because I know that over time this attitude of loans from the West may one day begin to ask dought the utility of our religious attitude has been for us.

But I think everyone should see this fight to keep our values ​​intact as a struggle for Africans worldwide. The government must not only stop thinking of parents and teachers of this student and parents should not expect teachers to do a job that is supposed to have done at home. Paying due attention to this effort by the government in terms of logistics and financing, and therefore ensure that the curriculum offers the attention is due to our African heritage. Our young people need to know they have a lot of pride as Africans.

They must know they have much to look forward fo Africans and should always be proud to maintain its position against any group or race anywhere in the world if the right attitude is rooted in it. be the best way to become great ambassadors is through our education. No time to lose because we lost a lot already.

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