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#46 - jafkdb ONLINE
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(02/16/2013) [-]
When I was doing my student teaching, I was giving a test on the Protestant Reformation, day of the test I told everyone, if you dont know an answer just write 'corruption in the church' and I will give you a point as that is the main idea of the chapter. Didn't matter what the question was, true/false, short answer, didn't matter write those 4 words and you'll get a point. I still got entire pages back blank.

There were enough questions on the test, that if they wrote corruption in the church for every answer they could have passed with a C.

That shows the lack of effort students today put into their school work. It's not always the teachers, who suck. Many times, it's the students.
#51 to #46 - makedonski
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(02/16/2013) [-]
It's mainly always the students.
#68 to #51 - jafkdb ONLINE
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(02/16/2013) [-]
I know that's my point. Yet there are so many people who blame poor teachers for the failure of 80% of the students, particularly in urban areas, like where I did my student teaching.