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An appeal to teachers - EFL essay.

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´╗┐An appeal to teachers It's more than just the snout factor that annoys me with Norwegian teachers. Norwegian teachers lack understanding of style and aesthetics. A good example is that when teachers go with two different socks that certainly does not fit together. There is a correlation in bad teen behavior when you have a bunch of teenagers gathered in a small room with poor ventilation and you have to understand that an authority childish behavior will not be taken seriously by students , and they will thus behave like their incompetent teachers. ...read more.

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I wonder how to concentrate under such circumstances. Any teenage boy would choose to look at tits instead billboard behind them - so they learn not much more than a tad anatomy. In Norway there is no school choice, the state decides where to go to school. And in that there is such need schools and compete with each other, which causes the release and teachers work hard to keep their jobs . Thus leading such a system that we have in Norway that some teachers are lazy . It is also now very easily and get into teacher training leading to the level of the teachers are not necessarily very good. ...read more.

Conclusion

What I had focused on if I was a teacher is to get dressed right clothes at the right time . I would have also focused on knowing what I'm talking about and come prepared to my classes. I would also have taken into account that the class is multicultural and I would have tried to teach students to and respect each other's differences and taught them to collaborate . And if I as a teacher would have given my students the task of writing an essay, I would have focused on teaching them what an essay is and how to write a good essay before I let them initiate the task. ...read more.

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