The photo was checked and caused a storm on the web.
As reported by the portal” e-Dzieci ” , the student did not take seriously the task that was included in the test in religion. The photo of the test was online and aroused a lot of emotions. For what reason? See for yourself?
A photo of the test appeared on Twitter, in which the writing student (the author of the entry, wrote that he wrote) did not take the task seriously. It was about listing the mysteries of the rosary, and more precisely the mysteries of the painful, joyful and glorious parts. Among the painful mysteries, he mentioned b & oacute; many different parts of the body, to finally say in the 5th that “everything hurts”.
It was no better with the glorious mysteries, in which the student mentioned, from whom hears praise. Interestingly, among those mentioned there is also a “praising lady”. At the end of the test, the student wrote the note “Due to the fact that these are secrets, I am asking for discretion”.
As might be expected, such responses did not receive a particularly high evaluation from the catechist. The card has a rating of 1+ and a short “God” note.
There were a lot of comments under the post. One of the internet users reminded that there is no obligation to attend religion lessons. In response to this argument, someone else noted that many children are being coerced by their parents to participate in such activities.
One of the internet users stated that he would bet 5 for the creativity shown by the student writing this test. “It is sad. Children need to be presented differently with the essence of sacrifice and the meaning of Christ's passion for our civilization. Even if it were to be a humanistic symbol and not the truth of faith” – wrote someone else.
There were also statements that the test had been presented for years it is circulating on the net and there is no need to attach importance to it, because it is only a method of causing a storm.
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