Teachers who expect kids to be able to get into memorizing how verbs are spelled and how adjectives agree miss the point of language instruction.
Many teachers tell parents, in conferences, emails, and phone calls, and through the parent portal/grade book what their child is not doing in their class, how they are not learning how to conjugate verbs, etc. Shouldn’t those teachers be telling the parents what the child is doing in their class? Isn’t doing that in the best interest of the kid, and, by extension, the nation? A spin-off question is, “ARE these teachers’ students doing anything in their classroom that actually leads to learning the language?”
A child who innately has every capacity to learn a language (they all do), because of the sheer ineptitude of the teacher, is thus made to think that they can’t learn the language. The parents believe it, and the parent meeting becomes a shaming session in which the child feels shame and disillusion because they can’t conjugate a verb or make some adjective agree.