Accomodating esl students
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I’ve got used to the British ways and love their exaggerated courtesy.It might get on my nerves occasionally – like when I’m asked by a checkout assistant at Tesco’s if I’ve found everything I was looking for every bloody time I shop there, or some other mantra they’d just been taught at a “What-to-say-to-customers course” – but when I’m back in CZ I realize I actually miss it!
Classes are through Loud Cloud, which is an easy program to use.Having your own website gives you some perks, including knowing how your visitors got there. But, unfortunately, despite the fact I am Czech myself, I must agree…That’s why I know that quite a few people are asking Google “Why are Czechs so rude? Every nation in Europe has its own characteristics – the noisy animated Italians, the wine-loving sexy French, the humourless Germans, the rude Czechs 🙁 I’ve done a bit of googling on the subject of “Why are Czechs so rude” and quite a few pages came up with various people’s stories from their visits to the Czech Republic.There is a huge amount of copying that goes on for weekly question posting.Once your answer is posted its free game for anyone to copy and re-word as their own work, there is no recourse.Thta seems like it may be changing though as GCU has an annoying habit of randomly assigning "Student Instructors" to these courses in order to save money.
This is a problem because these are just students as well, and oftentimes do not fully grasp what they are supposed to be teaching, and end up trying to overcompensate for this by pretending to be a Road Scholar, or something.
Some assignments are pointless, I am currently in PCN-515 and most weekly papers are personal essays yet these require references?
I've had classes where weekly 'papers' are simply outlines and the entire class focuses on how to write a research paper outline, rough draft, final draft etc- in a graduate level program I would expect people to know how to assemble a 'paper'. Other classes have multiple powerpoints and not papers.
I have been just ignoring the negatives and focusing on my own work and learning the subject. It is not like a traditional university where you can withdraw at the beginning.... That being said I also hold an MBA, a teaching certificate and undergrad degree in finance. This is the most frustrating program I've ever worked with.
The other classmates seem to be on a different level- a much lower academic level.
The good feeling that things may have changed was short-lived, though, as I was reminded by the toilet lady at a service station that I’m only allowed to take two bits of toilet paper or pay more money – how lovely 🙂 The rudeness is most obvious in shops where they just really couldn’t care less about you as customer. One can only hope that with the young ones travelling and getting to know different countries and cultures they will bring about a change and the next generations will be a little more positive, pleasant and happy.