1. Describe a rule at your school that you agree or disagree
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Describe a rule at your school that you agree or disagree
You should say:
What is the rule
Why this rule has to be established
What will happen if we break down this rule?
What are the positive and negative effects of this rule
Speaking of a rule at my school that I disagree, the first thing that bumped into my mind is that there was a very strict rule requiring boys to have their hair cut to a certain length – in particular, I mean, to be specific, the hair had to be at least one inch above the collar. I was at a boy school so it didn’t apply to any girls, which was enforced by a teacher who had the job of walking around every Wednesday and checking boys’ hairstyles. I don’t know when the rule was made, but it was a very traditional school and it was a pretty old rule. I think it was standard for that kind of school. At the time, I didn’t like the rule because, like all the other boys, I really wanted to be, err, to have long hair. We thought that hair, long hair, looked good on men. This was in the 1970s when men all had shoulder-length hair and we were saturated with images of men with hair that was shoulder length or longer, – actors, pop stars, even the politicians. If you look back now, you can see that all of the men at that time had quite long hair. At the time I thought it was an unnecessary rule, and I was mortified on the day when I was given a haircut when the teacher caught me with my hair being too long. The school used to hire an army barber to come in and cut people’s hair if they were, uh, if they were caught breaking the rule. At the time, the school used to talk about encouraging a polite attitude, encouraging a civilized attitude, but I didn’t respect that.
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