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Explain the new leanings to a child


Learned something new today.

How will you ensure that you learned it properly?

Go and just explain it to a child

If you are able to make him/her understand on the new lessons, yes – you succeeded.

You learned it properly, if you could speak about the same in a kid’s language..

Otherwise do study more and more.

Author: Akhila

Flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

42 thoughts on “Explain the new leanings to a child

  1. Children very true. . or somebody not in the field of the query.. If they understand then we bring home the cup ๐Ÿ™‚ good thought there akhila ..

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  2. I agree! Somebody famous said this, I don’t remember who, exactly. If you cannot explain what you have learnt in simple terms to a layman, then you haven’t learnt anything at ll.

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  3. Well said ! This reminds me of my fav. Professor who once said ‘The day you’ll be able to make life and words simple, mark it you’re growing’. Life is not a bundle of complexities to add upon.

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  4. So true. Gives new meaning to the words of Jesus telling us that we must become as little children. Wow! Thanks

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  5. That’s true Akhila! I agree. Talking from experience ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. True, it’s challenging to explain something to a kid and they ask a lot of questions!!

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  7. This is so true. You can be confident about knowing something only when you can explain it to others.

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  8. Hey check this out.

    I had nominated you for a award.

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  9. Ha! Akhila this is a brilliant strategy to make sure we know we are communicating effectively. Love it!

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  10. Good one! It’s always challenging to explain kids now a days, they are so smart!

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