When you get too complicated homework, who do you blame? When you fail a test who is the first person you get mad at? When you don’t have free time on your weekend, what is the main object of your hatred? Yeap, poor teacher, nobody else. But are all the teachers really responsible for your bad mood and spoilt rest?
If you think that every teacher on earth is really that bad, cool down as this view is almost traditional even in most of the parents. Usually, the more homework you get, the worse your teacher becomes, huh? Then how about Hong Kong children, should they simply refuse from going to school with all that terrible amount of hw and stress? Now, compare that burden to yours and sigh with relief.
Ok, we all know that teachers simply do their work and assign as much as they have to and it does not make them bad (heartless – maybe, but not bad). You, obviously, have asked at least once whether they think that their subject is the only one in the curriculum. The answer is no; they simply give you that number of tasks hoping (really hoping) that you will do all of them. Thus, they make a conclusion, who in your class is A-student and who is not going to take it serious. It is natural that not everyone will do the whole amount of homework at once and your teachers know it. This doesn’t make them your enemies, there’s absolutely another category of such people who are less competent.
Man nothing’s worse than a bad teacher.
— mannie (@emzamudio) 24 ???????? 2015
You know you’re a bad teacher when everybody in the class fails the test — Parker (@BolingParker) 22 ???????? 2015
Here we don’t speak about the sexually abusing teachers or those who want their students to get rid of demons, those cases are unique. We can define a bad teacher as the one who gives you homework containing completely unknown material, like “study this at home and then do some extra work then come to class and tell what you know”.
But wait, where’s the explanation, examples and formulation? Does my mom have to get across all that stuff? This teacher also likes to add, “search for it at home” when you ask to show something in detail or translate or whatever. Neither teenagers nor their parents will stay at home searching for this or that issue for sure. And yes when this very teacher assigns a huge pile of homework and threatens you, he or she does not even imagine how wrong such actions are and how indifferent a student may become to such subject. Here comes incomprehension fueling irritation, apathy, unwillingness to study, hence, truancy and bad progress.
Okay, that was a minute to laugh, but such behavior doesn’t encourage the students to learn as well and only lowers self-esteem. So what can be done about the people who prevent you from gaining knowledge instead of providing the proper conditions for that? The way out is up to you.
Set up a homework-friendly area to get ready to study everything by yourself. Be patient and don’t be afraid to ask other teachers to explain you the material. In any case, you probably have friends (or nerds?) in your class who understand perfectly the unfamiliar to you material. A private tutor may also be helpful in some subjects, so just spend several hours with him or her.
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