Stories of Classes 

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Stories of Classes 

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The Experiments of Miss Ellis, a story about Freedom

9/10

Short story about freedom

"Three short examples to demonstrate essential aspects of freedom"

An Insignificant Task, a story about Responsibility y constancy

8.8/10

A story to teach responsibility

"Responsibility is to be measured by how we approach the seemingly less important tasks in life"

Modern Nomads, a story about Respect for Nature and Sustainability

8.7/10

A short story for children about nature care

"It is up to us to live in a sustainable world"

The Math Dunce, a story about Will to learn and creativity

8.5/10

A story about learning maths

"If you adopt a creative and fun strategy, you can make learning even the most boring subject enjoyable"

Trouble in the Science Class, a story about Being calm

8.3/10

A short and funny story about being calm

"Acting when we are furious or annoyed results in less clever and intelligent actions"

The Stepmother, a story about Avoid prejudice and being judgmental

7.5/10

A short story teaching children not to accusatively judge others

"It is most unfair and mistaken to allow ourselves to judge based on appearance or superfluous things like race, beauty or name."

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