Tartary Poem Reference to Context
Reference to Context for Tartary
This stanza has been taken from the poem “Tartary” by Walter De Le Mare.
This poem is a descriptive picture of an imaginary kingdom of Tartary. The poet considers himself the king of that state and wants to enjoy all the delights of life. He would have a throne of pure gold. Beautiful pets would roam about to please him.
Musicians would play on instruments at the time of his meals. His rich land would be full of honey, fruits, beautiful gardens and attractive valleys. In fact, this poem is a journey into the realm of imagination.
Note: So what is the “Good quality of education”? For students, the quality of education is related, in the first place: with good knowledge in all subjects, when at the end of the school the student can enter the university without any problems; with the opportunities in the future to achieve success in the career, to achieve the goal set in life; with additional knowledge, training, understanding of subjects; with deep strong knowledge in all subjects. For parents, the quality of education is related: with the acquisition of knowledge, skills and abilities that allow the graduate to find their place in life, to gain respect from those around him; with knowledge of subjects, with a good school equipment, with the professionalism of teachers; with the ability of students to apply the acquired knowledge in life; with the ability of the teacher to draw children with his subject. For teachers, the quality of education is related: with the ability to prepare a student for university, a profound disclosure of the most interesting questions of science, the preparation of the student not only mentally, but also morally; with the ability of the student to independently think, analyze and work independently; with a school that takes into account the individual characteristics of the schoolchild, the abilities and needs of children; where teachers adhere to the humanistic principle of education, where there are creative teachers and wise leadership; with the professional attitude and self-perception of the teacher, when he clearly presents his goals, knows how to achieve them and feels spiritual comfort. In the utterances of students, the immediate tasks of life are heard: obtaining professional education; in the statements of parents, successful professional self-determination of students and achievement of set goals; in the statements of teachers, the humanistic principles of upbringing, an individual approach to children; and the realization of the creative potential of the teacher.