TeachTeach, faith, doctrine
In early Japan, filial piety was the cornerstone of education, and harsh taskmasters were employed to teach it.
You could say that the taskmistress is teaching you filial piety when she whips you and asks, Whos your daddy?!
Can you please teach me what filial piety means, taskmaster?
Traditionally, filial piety 孝 was the most important thing to teach. The teachers were real taskmasters 攵 who administered corrective strokes ノ as needed. 教師、きょうし, teacher; 教室、きょうしつ, classroom; 教える、おしえる, to teach, to tell: 最新の教師は最小の教室で教えます, The newest teacher teaches in the smallest classroom. 教わる、おそわる, to take lessons, be taught: 私はアメリカ人の女性に英語を教わった, I was taught English by an American woman.
Under the 3rd Reich, Hitlers schoolmasters used to teach children that filial piety is less important than the fatherland. Kids ended up denouncing their parents to the regime.
The taskmaster taught the child how to carry the old man on its shoulders.
In Nazi Germany, hitler made every school teach the concept of filial piety, as it was important to his dreams of an Arian race.
The taskmaster teaches the child to look up to his old man. ❶ 宗教(しゅうきょう) - religion. ❷ 教会(きょうかい) - church. ❸ 通信教育(つうしんきょういく) - correspondence education.
To teach — to teach, to instruct
To be taught — to be taught, to learn, to take lessons in
Teaching — teaching, instruction, teachings, precept, lesson, doctrine
Church — church, congregation
Text book — textbook, coursebook, schoolbook
Education — education, schooling, training, instruction, teaching, upbringing
Tutor — private tutor, coach, governess
Buddhism — buddhism
Buddhist — buddhist
Lesson — lesson, precept, teachings, moral
Culture — cultivation, refinement, culture, education
Teaching — professor
Religion — religion, religious affiliation, belief, faith, creed
Teacher — teacher
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