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Teachers Should Not Make Their Social or Political Views Known to Students in the Classroom

  • Date Submitted: 08/06/2013 11:38 PM
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Many people believe that teachers should not involve their personal view into the lecture, which will cause the possibility of restricting students thinking. But I disagree with that opinion because I consider that teacher propose their own standpoint to the students stands several advantages over the many people think so.

First, teachers present their personal comment in classes can perfectly combine the knowledge with the current society, especially in the relative classes in terms of the political or law lecture. That way can provide students with a chance to much better and flexibly utilize the knowledge to their coming lives, and the prorate examples will also make the lecture be more practical.

Second, teachers introduce their views to the classrooms can stimulate the class atmosphere to become more enjoyable, which will make the students concentrate on the lecture context. As the status quo that students study under the high pressure which comes from their family, society and their peers,which makes them feel frustrated and so nervous when do their study hours. For that case, if teachers can make some funny views, it will ease the pressure of students, and will boost the efficiency of studying.

Finally, teachers make their social and political views will influence students' thought perhaps. However teachers also will aware that influence of that and they will pay attention to avoid that.

All in all that teachers introduce their political or social views over-numbers than the advantages that teachers avoid to do that. Students should cultivate the ability of individual thinking and reference teachers' views appropriately.

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