In summer vacation, my father always told me: "when you do something, you should pay attention.". After the beginning of school, we should pay more attention in class, so that we can learn our skills. "
The sixth class of the new term is math. We are listening to the teacher attentively. Suddenly, a small insect flew in from the window and stopped on the windowsill. I heard two students behind me talking in a low voice. One said, "this kind of insect is really beautiful." Another said, "this kind of insect may be poisonous." I turned to them and said, "stop talking and listen." But they not only didn't listen, but also talked harder and harder. Maybe the teacher noticed, so he asked them to solve the exercises on the blackboard. They stood up slowly and bowed their heads in shame. At this time, I raised my hand high. The teacher asked me to answer. I answered the question very correctly. The teacher praised me for listening carefully, criticized them and asked them to learn from me.
Looking at all this, my ears seem to ring out my father's advice again. Yes, my father's teachings have served me all my life. This is not only true in class.