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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 10:04 pm    Post subject: J7 professors Reply with quote

Professors


Studying at universities, we will meet many kinds of professors with different characters in tempers and attitudes toward teaching. The most influenced aspect by their traits are the ways they introduce knowledge to students, so we can classify those professors as three types, ignorant, arrogant and conscientious. For students, the ignorant are the most terrible ones we must face, because during our course of our life, what we learned from professors in college is one of the contributing factors whether or not weíll succeed or survive in society; that is to say, indifference of their teaching, sometimes, may devastate our future. The ignorant professors teach absent-mindedly, and, even, they maybe donít have enough knowledge for teaching. The second class is the group with arrogance. This kind of professors would not like to explain too much to students, thinking of others as fools; however, they donít allow students to know nothing in their academic field because of their superior self-esteem that canít tolerate their studentsí illiteracy. Although their teaching is always accompanied by acrid reproach, we still can learn something from them, in spite of unhappiness. The last type is the best but unpopular one; due to their hard workings that make students sustain more pressure, parts of students are not fond of them. Their industrious attitudes should be acclaimed by students, the ones have to realize from whom we can get knowledge, and the supporting from students will encourage them. Unfortunately, the last class, the most beneficial to students, is rarely found in universities.
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