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Should Students Be Allowed To Grade Their Teachers Students are the only true wealth of a nation and their education is the socio-moral responsibility of the country. To be educated is both their right as well as duty. From the gurukuls to the modern day schools, teaching and learning methodologies have taken a quantum leap. It is debated whether a system of grading of teachers by students should be introduced in schools to improve the learning and teaching environment. If the system of grading of teachers by the school students is introduced, the teachers and the administration of the school will come to know about the performance of the teachers. It will give them an insight into the minds of the students and show whether the teachers are successful in getting their lessons understood by the students. It will evaluate whether the class atmosphere is conducive to aid their learning. It will measure the satisfaction level of the students. It will also encourage the good teachers to continue their efforts and motivate themselves. But are the school kids mature enough to grade their teachers? Kids are young and inexperienced. They may not be able to judge correctly whether a certain teacher is good for them or not. Their parameters of grading may be too shallow. They may like or dislike their teachers depending upon the amount of homework he/she gives, the easiness of his tests, the leniency of the marking, their appearance, temper and such other things that appeal to the students and make the teacher a “favorite” among kids but do not generally reveal his effectiveness. It may also pave the way for staffroom politics and thus render the system useless. Also it may lead to students being penalized for having given bad grades to some teacher. They may have to face the consequences for having dared to give low grades. Thus the students, parents and the school head should collectively and responsibly grade the teachers in a fair way. It is a promising concept and will yield surprisingly good results if refined and applied with the right conditions as proposed above. The future of the country depends upon how well the students are nurtured when they are in their formative years. The system of grading of teachers may prove to be a boon for the institutions who aim to nurture the “hope of tomorrow”. 1 Should Students Be Allowed To Grade Their Teachers Students are the only true wealth of a nation and their education is the socio-moral responsibility of the country. To be educated is both their right as well as duty. From the gurukuls to the modern day schools, teaching and learning methodologies have taken a quantum leap. It is debated whether a system of grading of teachers by students should be introduced in schools to improve the learning and teaching environment. If the system of grading of teachers by the school students is introduced, the teachers and the administration of the school will come to know about the performance of the teachers. It will give them an insight into the minds of the students and show whether the teachers are successful in getting their lessons understood by the students. It will evaluate whether the class atmosphere is conducive to aid their learning. It will measure the satisfaction level of the students. It will also encourage the good teachers to continue their efforts and motivate themselves. But are the school kids mature enough to grade their teachers? Kids are young and inexperienced. They may not be able to judge correctly whether a certain teacher is good for them or not. Their parameters of grading may be too shallow. They may like or dislike their teachers depending upon the amount of homework he/she gives, the easiness of his tests, the leniency of the marking, their appearance, temper and such other things that appeal to the students and make the teacher a “favorite” among kids but do not generally reveal his effectiveness. It may also pave the way for staffroom politics and thus render the system useless. Also it may lead to students being penalized for having given bad grades to some teacher. They may have to face the consequences for having dared to give low grades. Thus the students, parents and the school head should collectively and responsibly grade the teachers in a fair way. It is a promising concept and will yield surprisingly good results if refined and applied with the right conditions as proposed above. The future of the country depends upon how well the students are nurtured when they are in their formative years. The system of grading of teachers may prove to be a boon for the institutions who aim to nurture the “hope of tomorrow”. 1 Should Students Be Allowed To Grade Their Teachers Students are the only true wealth of a nation and their education is the socio-moral responsibility of the country. To be educated is both their right as well as duty. From the gurukuls to the modern day schools, teaching and learning methodologies have taken a quantum leap. It is debated whether a system of grading of teachers by students should be introduced in schools to improve the learning and teaching environment. If the system of grading of teachers by the school students is introduced, the teachers and the administration of the school will come to know about the performance of the teachers. It will give them an insight into the minds of the students and show whether the teachers are successful in getting their lessons understood by the students. It will evaluate whether the class atmosphere is conducive to aid their learning. It will measure the satisfaction level of the students. It will also encourage the good teachers to continue their efforts and motivate themselves. But are the school kids mature enough to grade their teachers? Kids are young and inexperienced. They may not be able to judge correctly whether a certain teacher is good for them or not. Their parameters of grading may be too shallow. They may like or dislike their teachers depending upon the amount of homework he/she gives, the easiness of his tests, the leniency of the marking, their appearance, temper and such other things that appeal to the students and make the teacher a “favorite” among kids but do not generally reveal his effectiveness. It may also pave the way for staffroom politics and thus render the system useless. Also it may lead to students being penalized for having given bad grades to some teacher. They may have to face the consequences for having dared to give low grades. Thus the students, parents and the school head should collectively and responsibly grade the teachers in a fair way. It is a promising concept and will yield surprisingly good results if refined and applied with the right conditions as proposed above. The future of the country depends upon how well the students are nurtured when they are in their formative years. The system of grading of teachers may prove to be a boon for the institutions who aim to nurture the “hope of tomorrow”. 1 Should Students Be Allowed To Grade Their Teachers Students are the only true wealth of a nation and their education is the socio-moral responsibility of the country. To be educated is both their right as well as duty. From the gurukuls to the modern day schools, teaching and learning methodologies have taken a quantum leap. It is debated whether a system of grading of teachers by students should be introduced in schools to improve the learning and teaching environment. If the system of grading of teachers by the school students is introduced, the teachers and the administration of the school will come to know about the performance of the teachers. It will give them an insight into the minds of the students and show whether the teachers are successful in getting their lessons understood by the students. It will evaluate whether the class atmosphere is conducive to aid their learning. It will measure the satisfaction level of the students. It will also encourage the good teachers to continue their efforts and motivate themselves. But are the school kids mature enough to grade their teachers? Kids are young and inexperienced. They may not be able to judge correctly whether a certain teacher is good for them or not. Their parameters of grading may be too shallow. They may like or dislike their teachers depending upon the amount of homework he/she gives, the easiness of his tests, the leniency of the marking, their appearance, temper and such other things that appeal to the students and make the teacher a “favorite” among kids but do not generally reveal his effectiveness. It may also pave the way for staffroom politics and thus render the system useless. Also it may lead to students being penalized for having given bad grades to some teacher. They may have to face the consequences for having dared to give low grades. Thus the students, parents and the school head should collectively and responsibly grade the teachers in a fair way. It is a promising concept and will yield surprisingly good results if refined and applied with the right conditions as proposed above. The future of the country depends upon how well the students are nurtured when they are in their formative years. The system of grading of teachers may prove to be a boon for the institutions who aim to nurture the “hope of tomorrow”. 1 the solutions the high rate of unemployment in modern society nowadays Unemployment is a serious problem, governments in all countries should solve it as soon as possible because unemployment is occurring more and more all over the world. There are many causes of unemployment. The first cause is the changes of careers from traditional careers into modern careers using all types of machines instead of human labor is increasing yearly to save time and money. For example, in the past time if a factory wanted to operate it needed a lot of workers; but today it just needs an engineer to control machines. The lack of skill and ability is another cause of unemployment. An unskilled labor force cannot be successful in doing any work. If a chance of employment is created, only the skilled laborers can also adapt to the new surroundings. In Viet Nam, the government should give some effective solutions such as vocational guidance, vocational training, labour export…First of all, with young laborers who don’t have a lot of knowledge, the government can open career schools and encourage them to learn a career and after that they will be introduced to some companies or factories to do work. And one important thing is vocational training in the high school curriculum. It’s necessary to teach it as a formal subject. The students should be taught the knowledge and skills at school so that after leaving school they can find a job suited to their ability and their family’s condition. In addition, in recent years labor export solved a difficult problem for economies, laborers go abroad to do work at factories or large enterprises in Korea, Malaysia, or Taiwan….They will send the money for their family, this way it helps them have a job with a high salary and get over unemployment. Besides, the government should support capital for the poor or the jobless to raise pigs, chickens, ox or start a business. And to ensure capital safely it is necessary to guide them in work. The government can open classes to teach essential technology for them. Unemployment is a social problem. Many other social problems are born from it. People who are out of work more easily become involved in social evils such as drug addiction, gambling, theft… They will be a financial burden for country, family, society. To sum up, I hope these solutions can decrease the unemployment rate in part, but the most important part is the attitude of the employee who is taking part in manufacturing. They must try to change and to get used to new technology and modern life. Preparing some job skills carefully and the ability to adapt to new technologies easily will help them. 2 the solutions the high rate of unemployment in modern society nowadays Unemployment is a serious problem, governments in all countries should solve it as soon as possible because unemployment is occurring more and more all over the world. There are many causes of unemployment. The first cause is the changes of careers from traditional careers into modern careers using all types of machines instead of human labor is increasing yearly to save time and money. For example, in the past time if a factory wanted to operate it needed a lot of workers; but today it just needs an engineer to control machines. The lack of skill and ability is another cause of unemployment. An unskilled labor force cannot be successful in doing any work. If a chance of employment is created, only the skilled laborers can also adapt to the new surroundings. In Viet Nam, the government should give some effective solutions such as vocational guidance, vocational training, labour export…First of all, with young laborers who don’t have a lot of knowledge, the government can open career schools and encourage them to learn a career and after that they will be introduced to some companies or factories to do work. And one important thing is vocational training in the high school curriculum. It’s necessary to teach it as a formal subject. The students should be taught the knowledge and skills at school so that after leaving school they can find a job suited to their ability and their family’s condition. In addition, in recent years labor export solved a difficult problem for economies, laborers go abroad to do work at factories or large enterprises in Korea, Malaysia, or Taiwan….They will send the money for their family, this way it helps them have a job with a high salary and get over unemployment. Besides, the government should support capital for the poor or the jobless to raise pigs, chickens, ox or start a business. And to ensure capital safely it is necessary to guide them in work. The government can open classes to teach essential technology for them. Unemployment is a social problem. Many other social problems are born from it. People who are out of work more easily become involved in social evils such as drug addiction, gambling, theft… They will be a financial burden for country, family, society. To sum up, I hope these solutions can decrease the unemployment rate in part, but the most important part is the attitude of the employee who is taking part in manufacturing. They must try to change and to get used to new technology and modern life. Preparing some job skills carefully and the ability to adapt to new technologies easily will help them. 2 the solutions the high rate of unemployment in modern society nowadays Unemployment is a serious problem, governments in all countries should solve it as soon as possible because unemployment is occurring more and more all over the world. There are many causes of unemployment. The first cause is the changes of careers from traditional careers into modern careers using all types of machines instead of human labor is increasing yearly to save time and money. For example, in the past time if a factory wanted to operate it needed a lot of workers; but today it just needs an engineer to control machines. The lack of skill and ability is another cause of unemployment. An unskilled labor force cannot be successful in doing any work. If a chance of employment is created, only the skilled laborers can also adapt to the new surroundings. In Viet Nam, the government should give some effective solutions such as vocational guidance, vocational training, labour export…First of all, with young laborers who don’t have a lot of knowledge, the government can open career schools and encourage them to learn a career and after that they will be introduced to some companies or factories to do work. And one important thing is vocational training in the high school curriculum. It’s necessary to teach it as a formal subject. The students should be taught the knowledge and skills at school so that after leaving school they can find a job suited to their ability and their family’s condition. In addition, in recent years labor export solved a difficult problem for economies, laborers go abroad to do work at factories or large enterprises in Korea, Malaysia, or Taiwan….They will send the money for their family, this way it helps them have a job with a high salary and get over unemployment. Besides, the government should support capital for the poor or the jobless to raise pigs, chickens, ox or start a business. And to ensure capital safely it is necessary to guide them in work. The government can open classes to teach essential technology for them. Unemployment is a social problem. Many other social problems are born from it. People who are out of work more easily become involved in social evils such as drug addiction, gambling, theft… They will be a financial burden for country, family, society. To sum up, I hope these solutions can decrease the unemployment rate in part, but the most important part is the attitude of the employee who is taking part in manufacturing. They must try to change and to get used to new technology and modern life. Preparing some job skills carefully and the ability to adapt to new technologies easily will help them. 2 the solutions the high rate of unemployment in modern society nowadays Unemployment is a serious problem, governments in all countries should solve it as soon as possible because unemployment is occurring more and more all over the world. There are many causes of unemployment. The first cause is the changes of careers from traditional careers into modern careers using all types of machines instead of human labor is increasing yearly to save time and money. For example, in the past time if a factory wanted to operate it needed a lot of workers; but today it just needs an engineer to control machines. The lack of skill and ability is another cause of unemployment. An unskilled labor force cannot be successful in doing any work. If a chance of employment is created, only the skilled laborers can also adapt to the new surroundings. In Viet Nam, the government should give some effective solutions such as vocational guidance, vocational training, labour export…First of all, with young laborers who don’t have a lot of knowledge, the government can open career schools and encourage them to learn a career and after that they will be introduced to some companies or factories to do work. And one important thing is vocational training in the high school curriculum. It’s necessary to teach it as a formal subject. The students should be taught the knowledge and skills at school so that after leaving school they can find a job suited to their ability and their family’s condition. In addition, in recent years labor export solved a difficult problem for economies, laborers go abroad to do work at factories or large enterprises in Korea, Malaysia, or Taiwan….They will send the money for their family, this way it helps them have a job with a high salary and get over unemployment. Besides, the government should support capital for the poor or the jobless to raise pigs, chickens, ox or start a business. And to ensure capital safely it is necessary to guide them in work. The government can open classes to teach essential technology for them. Unemployment is a social problem. Many other social problems are born from it. People who are out of work more easily become involved in social evils such as drug addiction, gambling, theft… They will be a financial burden for country, family, society. To sum up, I hope these solutions can decrease the unemployment rate in part, but the most important part is the attitude of the employee who is taking part in manufacturing. They must try to change and to get used to new technology and modern life. Preparing some job skills carefully and the ability to adapt to new technologies easily will help them. 2 The computer is the changing our way of life Today computers uses can be traced down to every aspect of life. They are a tool, and much like any tool, simplify the things we do. The amazing thing about computers is that they are not just used for one thing; computers affect the way we work, write, play, and communicate. Computers can easily allow us to write a story, create a database, play a game of chess, or send instant messages and email to friends. Computers simplification of work has quite a few advantages, namely for it's purpose of writing. Computers allow us to, in most cases write much faster than ever before. They provide us with a thesaurus, dictionary, and spellchecker all in one, something that saves a lot of time for writers. Also, typing in general is quicker than handwriting a paper. After about a year of experience most people can type quickly and efficiently. Additionally, mistakes don't have to be crossed out. With computers we can simply hit the backspace. Then, if you are un-organized and happen to put some things in the wrong order, instead of re-writing or drawing in an arrow, you could just cut and paste. But simplification of writing on computers isn't a perfect. While I tend to favor computers use for writing, they generally degrade our grammar. This is because we get so used to having it fixed for us, that we don't learn from our mistakes. I still remember once seeing one of my friends handwrite a paper and accidentally write the word "u instead of "you. Computers in the workplace are generally good. They allow first for the easy writing mentioned above, which is key to any business; as time is money. But they also have good programs that allow workers to perform such tasks as: databases, advertisement creation, digital video editing, sound and music editing, commercial creation, and much more. But computers are an expensive luxury for big businesses. 3 The computer is the changing our way of life Today computers uses can be traced down to every aspect of life. They are a tool, and much like any tool, simplify the things we do. The amazing thing about computers is that they are not just used for one thing; computers affect the way we work, write, play, and communicate. Computers can easily allow us to write a story, create a database, play a game of chess, or send instant messages and email to friends. Computers simplification of work has quite a few advantages, namely for it's purpose of writing. Computers allow us to, in most cases write much faster than ever before. They provide us with a thesaurus, dictionary, and spellchecker all in one, something that saves a lot of time for writers. Also, typing in general is quicker than handwriting a paper. After about a year of experience most people can type quickly and efficiently. Additionally, mistakes don't have to be crossed out. With computers we can simply hit the backspace. Then, if you are un-organized and happen to put some things in the wrong order, instead of re-writing or drawing in an arrow, you could just cut and paste. But simplification of writing on computers isn't a perfect. While I tend to favor computers use for writing, they generally degrade our grammar. This is because we get so used to having it fixed for us, that we don't learn from our mistakes. I still remember once seeing one of my friends handwrite a paper and accidentally write the word "u instead of "you. Computers in the workplace are generally good. They allow first for the easy writing mentioned above, which is key to any business; as time is money. But they also have good programs that allow workers to perform such tasks as: databases, advertisement creation, digital video editing, sound and music editing, commercial creation, and much more. But computers are an expensive luxury for big businesses. 3 The computer is the changing our way of life Today computers uses can be traced down to every aspect of life. They are a tool, and much like any tool, simplify the things we do. The amazing thing about computers is that they are not just used for one thing; computers affect the way we work, write, play, and communicate. Computers can easily allow us to write a story, create a database, play a game of chess, or send instant messages and email to friends. Computers simplification of work has quite a few advantages, namely for it's purpose of writing. Computers allow us to, in most cases write much faster than ever before. They provide us with a thesaurus, dictionary, and spellchecker all in one, something that saves a lot of time for writers. Also, typing in general is quicker than handwriting a paper. After about a year of experience most people can type quickly and efficiently. Additionally, mistakes don't have to be crossed out. With computers we can simply hit the backspace. Then, if you are un-organized and happen to put some things in the wrong order, instead of re-writing or drawing in an arrow, you could just cut and paste. But simplification of writing on computers isn't a perfect. While I tend to favor computers use for writing, they generally degrade our grammar. This is because we get so used to having it fixed for us, that we don't learn from our mistakes. I still remember once seeing one of my friends handwrite a paper and accidentally write the word "u instead of "you. Computers in the workplace are generally good. They allow first for the easy writing mentioned above, which is key to any business; as time is money. But they also have good programs that allow workers to perform such tasks as: databases, advertisement creation, digital video editing, sound and music editing, commercial creation, and much more. But computers are an expensive luxury for big businesses. 3 The computer is the changing our way of life Today computers uses can be traced down to every aspect of life. They are a tool, and much like any tool, simplify the things we do. The amazing thing about computers is that they are not just used for one thing; computers affect the way we work, write, play, and communicate. Computers can easily allow us to write a story, create a database, play a game of chess, or send instant messages and email to friends. Computers simplification of work has quite a few advantages, namely for it's purpose of writing. Computers allow us to, in most cases write much faster than ever before. They provide us with a thesaurus, dictionary, and spellchecker all in one, something that saves a lot of time for writers. Also, typing in general is quicker than handwriting a paper. After about a year of experience most people can type quickly and efficiently. Additionally, mistakes don't have to be crossed out. With computers we can simply hit the backspace. Then, if you are un-organized and happen to put some things in the wrong order, instead of re-writing or drawing in an arrow, you could just cut and paste. But simplification of writing on computers isn't a perfect. While I tend to favor computers use for writing, they generally degrade our grammar. This is because we get so used to having it fixed for us, that we don't learn from our mistakes. I still remember once seeing one of my friends handwrite a paper and accidentally write the word "u instead of "you. Computers in the workplace are generally good. They allow first for the easy writing mentioned above, which is key to any business; as time is money. But they also have good programs that allow workers to perform such tasks as: databases, advertisement creation, digital video editing, sound and music editing, commercial creation, and much more. But computers are an expensive luxury for big businesses. 3 learning is lifelong process lifelong process is a an education process throughout one’s life that is based on the changing needs to acquire knowledge, skills, experience, to increase or change one’s qualifications in accordance with the requirements of the labour market, or one’s interests or needs. Lifelong learning combines non-formal learning with formal education and develops innate skills along with new competencies. Knowledge, skills and work competencies must be provided to the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, primarily at working age. Competencies for civic participation and personal development must be ensured for all citizens of Latvia, regardless of their gender, age or education, including the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, but primarily to social exclusion risk groups, such as pre-retirement age people, adults with no primary and secondary education, individuals with low basic skills (ICT, languages, etc.). Recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system Each person has his own lifetime ‘baggage’ of accumulated knowledge and skills. Its accumulation paths are different – one can study at general or vocational education institutions or higher education institutions, or acquire knowledge and skills in a non-formal way, learn from experience, learn by doing, or learn from others outside the program. The knowledge and skills acquired during one’s lifetime regardless of how they were acquired are equally important and serve as the basis for the individual’s growth and development. Therefore, the education system provides a mechanism for the recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system, thereby increasing personal career development and mobility opportunities, while saving the individual’s time and financial resources. 4 learning is lifelong process lifelong process is a an education process throughout one’s life that is based on the changing needs to acquire knowledge, skills, experience, to increase or change one’s qualifications in accordance with the requirements of the labour market, or one’s interests or needs. Lifelong learning combines non-formal learning with formal education and develops innate skills along with new competencies. Knowledge, skills and work competencies must be provided to the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, primarily at working age. Competencies for civic participation and personal development must be ensured for all citizens of Latvia, regardless of their gender, age or education, including the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, but primarily to social exclusion risk groups, such as pre-retirement age people, adults with no primary and secondary education, individuals with low basic skills (ICT, languages, etc.). Recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system Each person has his own lifetime ‘baggage’ of accumulated knowledge and skills. Its accumulation paths are different – one can study at general or vocational education institutions or higher education institutions, or acquire knowledge and skills in a non-formal way, learn from experience, learn by doing, or learn from others outside the program. The knowledge and skills acquired during one’s lifetime regardless of how they were acquired are equally important and serve as the basis for the individual’s growth and development. Therefore, the education system provides a mechanism for the recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system, thereby increasing personal career development and mobility opportunities, while saving the individual’s time and financial resources. 4 learning is lifelong process lifelong process is a an education process throughout one’s life that is based on the changing needs to acquire knowledge, skills, experience, to increase or change one’s qualifications in accordance with the requirements of the labour market, or one’s interests or needs. Lifelong learning combines non-formal learning with formal education and develops innate skills along with new competencies. Knowledge, skills and work competencies must be provided to the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, primarily at working age. Competencies for civic participation and personal development must be ensured for all citizens of Latvia, regardless of their gender, age or education, including the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, but primarily to social exclusion risk groups, such as pre-retirement age people, adults with no primary and secondary education, individuals with low basic skills (ICT, languages, etc.). Recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system Each person has his own lifetime ‘baggage’ of accumulated knowledge and skills. Its accumulation paths are different – one can study at general or vocational education institutions or higher education institutions, or acquire knowledge and skills in a non-formal way, learn from experience, learn by doing, or learn from others outside the program. The knowledge and skills acquired during one’s lifetime regardless of how they were acquired are equally important and serve as the basis for the individual’s growth and development. Therefore, the education system provides a mechanism for the recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system, thereby increasing personal career development and mobility opportunities, while saving the individual’s time and financial resources. 4 learning is lifelong process lifelong process is a an education process throughout one’s life that is based on the changing needs to acquire knowledge, skills, experience, to increase or change one’s qualifications in accordance with the requirements of the labour market, or one’s interests or needs. Lifelong learning combines non-formal learning with formal education and develops innate skills along with new competencies. Knowledge, skills and work competencies must be provided to the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, primarily at working age. Competencies for civic participation and personal development must be ensured for all citizens of Latvia, regardless of their gender, age or education, including the unemployed, job seekers, employees and beginner entrepreneurs, but primarily to social exclusion risk groups, such as pre-retirement age people, adults with no primary and secondary education, individuals with low basic skills (ICT, languages, etc.). Recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system Each person has his own lifetime ‘baggage’ of accumulated knowledge and skills. Its accumulation paths are different – one can study at general or vocational education institutions or higher education institutions, or acquire knowledge and skills in a non-formal way, learn from experience, learn by doing, or learn from others outside the program. The knowledge and skills acquired during one’s lifetime regardless of how they were acquired are equally important and serve as the basis for the individual’s growth and development. Therefore, the education system provides a mechanism for the recognition of knowledge and skills acquired outside the formal education system, thereby increasing personal career development and mobility opportunities, while saving the individual’s time and financial resources. 4 advertising on television is beneficial to viewers It is common knowledge that advertising on TV which appeared long long ago is quite beneficial to viewers. In the first place, it provides detailed information about various products to customers in the easiest way to remember. It can'n be denied that consumers is very confused at choosing models or labels when they only rely on short information on leaflets...In contrast, advertising on TV supplies sufficient usages so that people can quickly make decision whether to buy or not a product. Moreover, these usages are accompanied with motion picture and obvious examples. Consequently, it is simple for people to conceive of function of products. Secondly, advertising on TV is considered as a tool to entertain. Generally, after working hard, people will listen to music or watch TV. These are the best way to relax. Instead of watching films, so many people watch advertisement programs. It helps them not only get information but also enjoy their rest time. After all, advertising on TV is perfect choice of intelligent people when they want to know apparently about products before they buy them. should university students be encouraged to take part-time jobs Most students choose to work part time during university studies. It is controversial issue whether taking an after-school work is a curse or a blessing. Many parents and teachers frown upon the idea of students working part-time. Their line of reasoning appears to be that it is bound to distract student’s attention away from their study, and some students even play truant, which may hurt their academic performance. Furthermore, due to lacking life experience, they hard to differentiate the good from the bad and may come under the influence of bad people. This, even worse, drives them to embark on criminal world. On the other hand, undoubtedly, taking a part-time job poses a source of benefits. Thanks to earning their own money, students may provide partly for their demand, relieving financial burden of their families. Moreover, when involving in competitive work environment, working with sweat and tears and reaching their goals, students can recognize their own values and prove that they are capable people, which enables them to be more confident in themselves. With joining in an after-school work, students might enjoy a chance to apply actively theoretical knowledge into 5 advertising on television is beneficial to viewers It is common knowledge that advertising on TV which appeared long long ago is quite beneficial to viewers. In the first place, it provides detailed information about various products to customers in the easiest way to remember. It can'n be denied that consumers is very confused at choosing models or labels when they only rely on short information on leaflets...In contrast, advertising on TV supplies sufficient usages so that people can quickly make decision whether to buy or not a product. Moreover, these usages are accompanied with motion picture and obvious examples. Consequently, it is simple for people to conceive of function of products. Secondly, advertising on TV is considered as a tool to entertain. Generally, after working hard, people will listen to music or watch TV. These are the best way to relax. Instead of watching films, so many people watch advertisement programs. It helps them not only get information but also enjoy their rest time. After all, advertising on TV is perfect choice of intelligent people when they want to know apparently about products before they buy them. should university students be encouraged to take part-time jobs Most students choose to work part time during university studies. It is controversial issue whether taking an after-school work is a curse or a blessing. Many parents and teachers frown upon the idea of students working part-time. Their line of reasoning appears to be that it is bound to distract student’s attention away from their study, and some students even play truant, which may hurt their academic performance. Furthermore, due to lacking life experience, they hard to differentiate the good from the bad and may come under the influence of bad people. This, even worse, drives them to embark on criminal world. On the other hand, undoubtedly, taking a part-time job poses a source of benefits. Thanks to earning their own money, students may provide partly for their demand, relieving financial burden of their families. Moreover, when involving in competitive work environment, working with sweat and tears and reaching their goals, students can recognize their own values and prove that they are capable people, which enables them to be more confident in themselves. With joining in an after-school work, students might enjoy a chance to apply actively theoretical knowledge into 5 advertising on television is beneficial to viewers It is common knowledge that advertising on TV which appeared long long ago is quite beneficial to viewers. In the first place, it provides detailed information about various products to customers in the easiest way to remember. It can'n be denied that consumers is very confused at choosing models or labels when they only rely on short information on leaflets...In contrast, advertising on TV supplies sufficient usages so that people can quickly make decision whether to buy or not a product. Moreover, these usages are accompanied with motion picture and obvious examples. Consequently, it is simple for people to conceive of function of products. Secondly, advertising on TV is considered as a tool to entertain. Generally, after working hard, people will listen to music or watch TV. These are the best way to relax. Instead of watching films, so many people watch advertisement programs. It helps them not only get information but also enjoy their rest time. 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Thanks to earning their own money, students may provide partly for their demand, relieving financial burden of their families. Moreover, when involving in competitive work environment, working with sweat and tears and reaching their goals, students can recognize their own values and prove that they are capable people, which enables them to be more confident in themselves. With joining in an after-school work, students might enjoy a chance to apply actively theoretical knowledge into 5 advertising on television is beneficial to viewers It is common knowledge that advertising on TV which appeared long long ago is quite beneficial to viewers. In the first place, it provides detailed information about various products to customers in the easiest way to remember. It can'n be denied that consumers is very confused at choosing models or labels when they only rely on short information on leaflets...In contrast, advertising on TV supplies sufficient usages so that people can quickly make decision whether to buy or not a product. Moreover, these usages are accompanied with motion picture and obvious examples. Consequently, it is simple for people to conceive of function of products. Secondly, advertising on TV is considered as a tool to entertain. Generally, after working hard, people will listen to music or watch TV. These are the best way to relax. Instead of watching films, so many people watch advertisement programs. It helps them not only get information but also enjoy their rest time. After all, advertising on TV is perfect choice of intelligent people when they want to know apparently about products before they buy them. should university students be encouraged to take part-time jobs Most students choose to work part time during university studies. It is controversial issue whether taking an after-school work is a curse or a blessing. Many parents and teachers frown upon the idea of students working part-time. Their line of reasoning appears to be that it is bound to distract student’s attention away from their study, and some students even play truant, which may hurt their academic performance. Furthermore, due to lacking life experience, they hard to differentiate the good from the bad and may come under the influence of bad people. This, even worse, drives them to embark on criminal world. On the other hand, undoubtedly, taking a part-time job poses a source of benefits. Thanks to earning their own money, students may provide partly for their demand, relieving financial burden of their families. Moreover, when involving in competitive work environment, working with sweat and tears and reaching their goals, students can recognize their own values and prove that they are capable people, which enables them to be more confident in themselves. With joining in an after-school work, students might enjoy a chance to apply actively theoretical knowledge into 5
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