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Some students like classes where teachers lecture in the class. others prefer classes where the students do some of the talking.what do you prefer .give reasons and examples
There are many ways of teaching to students and each professor follows accordingly. However, I prefer classes where the students also do some talking and I can provide certain reasons and examples for holding that opinion.
Firstly, If the teacher continues to lecture without giving any chance for the students to talk, teacher will be left with no idea about how far the students has understood the topic. If the teachers spend some time at the end of the class for discussion and if he gives a chance for the students to ask questions, this increases the scope of learning for students and this helps all other students in the class too. In addition, teachers also come up with new ideas while discussing with students. I remember, once my professor explained the topic about “Techniques to record the radiographs of a patient?” and at the end of the class he asked the students to come up with any comments or the questions they have. We are raised with many questions regarding procedures to record radiographs and we asked him, he explained it clearly once again and took all the students to the lab and showed it practically, which made us to understand it clearly.
Secondly, a good relationship between the professor and student is very important for learning. If professor goes on teaching and if he never gives the chance for the students to talk, the students will end up in having many questions. The students do not feel free with the professor to ask questions, there are chances to develop fear for professor, and this decreases the scope of learning for students. For instance, my math professor in our college teaches well but he never allowed the students to talk in the classes. So we did not get any chance to ask him the questions and we also feel embarrassed to clear our doubts and slowly we developed fear for the professor and we scored less grades.
In conclusion, because of the above reasons, I prefer the classes where students are given chance to talk by which they overcome the fears and also they can learn more by offering a chance to participate in class discussions.
15- It is sometimes said that borrowing money from a friend can harm or damage the friendship. Do you agree? Why or why not? Use reasons and specific examples to explain your answer. I think that borrowing money from a friend has some negative aspects and can harm or damage the friendship in some cases. For example, a person borrowed some money from his or her friend and did not return it. However, I believe that borrowing money from a friend and returning it on time can not harm friendship. Moreover, it even can strengthen the relationships between them. For several reasons, which I will mention bellow, I think borrowing money from a friend and returning it do not damage the friendship. I think that borrowing money from a person who is close to one is normal. Imagine that someone needs help and no doubt that his or her friends will offer it. For example, when my friend asks me to baby-sit her child while she is taking her classes I agree because I know that she desperately needs my help in order to finish her degree and save some money. Furthermore, I am sure that she will be there for me if I need help. The same thing is with the money, sometimes we borrow money from each other but we always return it to each other. I think it is very important to return money borrowed from a friend. I am glad that I can lend her some money when she needs it because I am sure that she will return it as soon as possible. In addition, I believe that when friends lend and borrow money from each other it means that they trust each other. However, I cannot disagree with the fact that money often can cause the end of the friendship. For example, a person, who borrowed money from his or her friend and did not return it, will try to avoid any contacts with the second person. At the same time, a person who lent the money to his or her friend and did not get it back will have more likely an unpleasant feeling about the situation too. As a result friends will fall apart. In conclusion, I think that borrowing money and returning it will help to keep friends together.
You have received a gift of money. The money is enough to buy either a piece of jewelry you like or tickets to a concert you want to attend. Which would you buy? Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.
If I receive a gift of money which is enough for either a piece of jewelry or a concert ticket, I would choose to buy a concert ticket without doubt. Maybe someone would say that a jewelry can still be soldby a good price years later, however, a concert ticket can only be used once, and after that day, it will be absolutely valueless. But in my point of view, a concert of an adorable singer can never be outweighed by a piece of jewelry. Followings are my reasons.
Some people prefer to spend most of their time alone. Others like to be with friends most of the time. Do you prefer to spend your time alone or with friends? Use specific reasons to support your answer.
If I had to choose between spending time alone or spending time with my friends, I'd rather be alone. I need this time alone to "recharge my batteries," to re-energize my mind and spirit. Being with friends can be fun and can help you get through the rough spots in life, but it's the time alone, I think, that forms you as a person.
When I'm alone, I have time to think about my goals and to develop a strategy to reach them. Of course, lean think about these things when I'm with others, but it's harder to concentrate in a crowd. Being alone gives me the quiet time to really think about my life and what I want to do with it.
Being by myself is also a good way to listen to the silence and relax completely. When I'm alone I can practice meditation and lower my stress level. That's a very good way to sharpen my powers of concentration. Too much time with friends means filling my mind with a lot of chitchat. That's enjoyable for a moment, but can dull my concentration.
Being with other people can also distort my view of things. It's easy sometimes to become too worried about what other people think of me, or what other people have that I don't. When I'm alone I have time to step back. I can see the real value of things, without being influenced by the opinions of my friends.
It's natural to want to be with other people, but I find the time I spend alone is more valuable to me in the long run.
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