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Traffic Monger Posted: 15:15 Sep01 2011 Post ID: 3058722
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Ever had a bad/bitchy teacher?

I'm posting this because this semester I have two out of four that can't teach worth a damn.

Another thing is, today after I finished my work, she said we had free time so I went to watch Jersey Shore. And while everyone else is on youtube, she locks MY computer haha.

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steelersrock01 Posted: 15:17 Sep01 2011 Post ID: 3058723
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School hasn't started yet for me, so I'm not sure about this year. I've gotten lucky though, never really had any bad teachers ever.
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BURNOUTFREAK Posted: 03:41 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058843
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Too many to count who all hate me >___>

I've had the same Maths teacher for 3 years now! I have no idea why... I think she arranges that I'm in her class each year so she can torture me or something. D;

My accounting teacher last year hated me with a passion and I was always in trouble with him.

My Life Orientation teacher doesn't know a **** about teaching.

And neither did my Geography teacher last year.

Also just for interest sake, how many subjects do Americans have to take in High School?
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Volke Posted: 03:53 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058845
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I had plenty of bad teachers when I was a kid.

After starting secondary school, though, they generally got better as the years went by.

I have no problem with strict teachers. In fact, I think they're the best kind. But during my pre-secondary school childhood (from age 4 - 11) four out of the seven teachers I had were just plain useless. Thank goodness for the three that weren't.


In University there are no 'bad' lecturers. It's more of a question of whether they use slideshows or not during lectures (as I find it difficult to learn by listening to people) and whether they have a boring voice or not.

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Glitters the Magical Pony Posted: 06:32 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058858
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We normally take anywhere from 4 to 8 classes a day depending if it's block schedule or not. My school wasn't, and we had 8 periods a day, one of which is a lunch period, but I had mine substituted for Study Hall in the second half of my senior year since I never eat at the school and so I could hang out with some friends :p
Oh, and that's not counting the after-school activities. It was normal for me to get up at 5:30 in the morning, leave for school shortly before 7, start around 7:45, and stay at school until nearly 7 at night, sometimes midnight if it was a Friday and a football game that night. Ya know, with me being in band and all.

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fatassmonkey Posted: 06:45 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058865
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i had the teacher from hell last year this year none so far luckie
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TheLlama Posted: 12:02 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058910
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When I was planning on going back to college for my second year I got screwed over by a teacher who simply didn't like because I never let him get away with all his bullshit during my first year but I started working fulltime the day after and I'm glad I did as college was a waste of time.
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steelersrock01 Posted: 12:19 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058918
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BURNOUTFREAK said:Also just for interest sake, how many subjects do Americans have to take in High School?

My school has 'block scheduling', so we have two semesters a year, with 4 periods per semester, for a total of 8 classes a year.
In my high school, you need at least:
3 math classes
4 english classes
3 history classes
3 sciences
4 gym/health classes
1 art/music class
1 business/computer class

Usually you take one Math/English/History/Science class a year, and then you have a bunch of free time in your Senior year when your only classes are English and Gym. You can take a bunch or music or computer classes or opt for early release, so every ay is pretty much a half day.

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Shadowcheater Posted: 12:25 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058920
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Volke said:I had plenty of bad teachers when I was a kid.

After starting secondary school, though, they generally got better as the years went by.

I have no problem with strict teachers. In fact, I think they're the best kind. But during my pre-secondary school childhood (from age 4 - 11) four out of the seven teachers I had were just plain useless. Thank goodness for the three that weren't.


In University there are no 'bad' lecturers. It's more of a question of whether they use slideshows or not during lectures (as I find it difficult to learn by listening to people) and whether they have a boring voice or not.

Agreed with Volke there, I think strict teachers may be tough on the outside, but inside they are honest, at least most of 'em.

But during my primary school days there's this male teacher who can be classified as an asspain. Every time during lessons he'll be switchin' on his pedophile mode and start treating us boys like trash. Even worse he won't give a sh t about us during P.E. I'll never acknowledge him as a teacher, **** no.

After that things went smooth, although this year I had this.. well pretty much a heartbreaker who constantly speaks melodramatic crap in sarcastic style.

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Volke Posted: 12:38 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058927
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Eh? Members can delete their own double posts now?

Your paedophile comment actually reminded me of something. In my primary school, one of the teachers was a paedophile, and was found out and imprisoned during my time there. Thankfully, I was never taught by him (or felt up by him, either).


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steelersrock01 Posted: 12:46 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3058928
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Volke said:Eh? Members can delete their own double posts now?

Your paedophile comment actually reminded me of something. In my primary school, one of the teachers was a paedophile, and was found out and imprisoned during my time there. Thankfully, I was never taught by him (or felt up by him, either).

On the pedophile thing, my 7th and 8th grade Social Studies teacher was recently arrested.
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Zaltias Posted: 16:31 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3059011
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I had one particularly stand out incompetent teacher in High School. In Year 10, we had this American English teacher who had only been in the country for a year. She could not teach English for crap and we ended up spending most lessons just watching videos on Youtube. Suffice to say that she was fired at the end of the year.

Volke said:In University there are no 'bad' lecturers. It's more of a question of whether they use slideshows or not during lectures (as I find it difficult to learn by listening to people) and whether they have a boring voice or not.


Objection! You can have bad lecturers in the sense that they downplay particular sides of a theory, or do not completely explain or go into depth about the lecture content. I've got one lecturer for a Political Economics course who is a Marxist. She is biased towards heterodox economics over the standard Neoclassical approach, which in itself is fine. But she glosses over Neoclassical theory and always talks up Marxist theory in a simplistic manner, ignoring the problems with the analysis and ultimately dealing with it on a superficial level.


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Yogi_Bear Posted: 17:01 Sep02 2011 Post ID: 3059018
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BURNOUTFREAK said:Also just for interest sake, how many subjects do Americans have to take in High School?


I have a nine period schedule with one period for lunch. So 8 classes including band/art/electives. But there are really 5 core classes that most people need to take every year, and most do, which are Math, Science, English, History, and Language.

I haven't had any terrible teachers really. My Global History teacher two years ago, in 9th grade, was pretty boring, a bad teacher. We basically did the same thing every day, and it was immensely boring.
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tbug2007 Posted: 13:52 Sep03 2011 Post ID: 3059268
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I have all good teachers this year. Smile

The only possible downside is one of the teachers has absolutely 0 pity.

He's also white, and pretty much the exact opposite of Mr. T in every way, except they're both male.

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fatassmonkey Posted: 13:53 Sep03 2011 Post ID: 3059269
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is that good or bad
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tbug2007 Posted: 15:11 Sep03 2011 Post ID: 3059279
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I have no idea.

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fatassmonkey Posted: 15:15 Sep03 2011 Post ID: 3059281
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TestVirus101 Posted: 20:01 Sep03 2011 Post ID: 3059318
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Zaltias said:I had one particularly stand out incompetent teacher in High School. In Year 10, we had this American English teacher who had only been in the country for a year. She could not teach English for crap and we ended up spending most lessons just watching videos on Youtube. Suffice to say that she was fired at the end of the year.

Volke said:In University there are no 'bad' lecturers. It's more of a question of whether they use slideshows or not during lectures (as I find it difficult to learn by listening to people) and whether they have a boring voice or not.


Objection! You can have bad lecturers in the sense that they downplay particular sides of a theory, or do not completely explain or go into depth about the lecture content. I've got one lecturer for a Political Economics course who is a Marxist. She is biased towards heterodox economics over the standard Neoclassical approach, which in itself is fine. But she glosses over Neoclassical theory and always talks up Marxist theory in a simplistic manner, ignoring the problems with the analysis and ultimately dealing with it on a superficial level.


Do you have lots of graphs in your political economics course?

My regular economics course is pure graphs, I want to kill myself. It's worse cause the guy is Kiwi and I'm not a fan of the accent when it comes to hearing it go on about graph after graph after graph T-T
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Volke Posted: 05:24 Sep04 2011 Post ID: 3059397
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Zaltias said:I had one particularly stand out incompetent teacher in High School. In Year 10, we had this American English teacher who had only been in the country for a year. She could not teach English for crap and we ended up spending most lessons just watching videos on Youtube. Suffice to say that she was fired at the end of the year.

Volke said:In University there are no 'bad' lecturers. It's more of a question of whether they use slideshows or not during lectures (as I find it difficult to learn by listening to people) and whether they have a boring voice or not.


Objection! You can have bad lecturers in the sense that they downplay particular sides of a theory, or do not completely explain or go into depth about the lecture content. I've got one lecturer for a Political Economics course who is a Marxist. She is biased towards heterodox economics over the standard Neoclassical approach, which in itself is fine. But she glosses over Neoclassical theory and always talks up Marxist theory in a simplistic manner, ignoring the problems with the analysis and ultimately dealing with it on a superficial level.


My University is well known for being a very good place to go to for History, where such problems could arise. I've never experienced anything of the sort, though. I guess it just depends where you go.


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BURNOUTFREAK Posted: 07:45 Sep04 2011 Post ID: 3059409
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BURNOUTFREAK said:Also just for interest sake, how many subjects do Americans have to take in High School?

My school has 'block scheduling', so we have two semesters a year, with 4 periods per semester, for a total of 8 classes a year.
In my high school, you need at least:
3 math classes
4 english classes
3 history classes
3 sciences
4 gym/health classes
1 art/music class
1 business/computer class

Usually you take one Math/English/History/Science class a year, and then you have a bunch of free time in your Senior year when your only classes are English and Gym. You can take a bunch or music or computer classes or opt for early release, so every ay is pretty much a half day.

Wow, sorry. Didn't release this was so long. You probably didn't want this much info lol.

What? o__O I did not understand that at all...
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