Student or Learner
Grateful if you could help correct the following sentence:
Naughtly students are arranged to receive systematic training programmes in the Extensive Training Unit for changing their unbecoming behaviours. (Note: the emphasis is on "naughtly students".)
Thank you for your assistance!
With best regards,
Unruly students/students with discipline problems are sent for systematic training progrrammes at the Extensive Training Units for rehabilitation.
not a teacher
Well, if you want to paraphrase, then, how about "Bad kids will be whipped."
I have taken the liberty to rephrase the sentence because I feel the words used (underlined above) are not apt.Naughtly students are arranged to receive systematic training programmes in the Extensive Training Unit for changing their unbecoming behaviours.
The 'systematic training programmes' are corrective programmes I presume.
Disruptive students (take part in, go through, must attend mandatory) systematic training programmes in the Extensive Training Unit to change their unbecoming behaviours.
I agree with the re-write: The use of "naughty" may end up being unintentionally humorous. We talk about naughty children as mischievious little imps who do minor things. This doesn't seem to be talking about 8-year-old boys who pull little girl' pigtails.
Meanwhile, "unbecoming behaviors" sounds like failing to say "excuse me" after a belch or wiping their mouths with their sleeves, or possibly using foul language. This also does not seem to be the type of behavior that is being described.
I concur with all your corrections. It was naughty of me to be so flippant.