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Task:Students in school or university learn more from classes of teachers than other resources (eg Internet or TV), do you agree or disagree?
The updated understanding of study and the cutting-edge technology usher in an era when the students can have a variety of ways to acquire knowledge. Although there are other forms to obtain knowledge and information, I am still the proponent of the belief that students can learn more from their teachers than other resources.
Study, to some degree, is not a one-way input of knowledge, while it is the procedure of mutual interaction between teachers and students. In the conventional teaching and learning mode, the teachers and the students co-exist in an environment where they can have timely interaction. This means teachers can have a more comprehensive and directly understanding of their students’ shortcomings and strong points, which guarantees that students can learn more from the courses that are tailored to their needs.
It is apparent that students can obtain more knowledge from their teachers because teachers do not only function as craftsmen who only impart knowledge but also serves as a supervisor or a guardian. This is especially true in the case where students are less self disciplined and are inclined to go astray without the supervision and guidance of teachers. By comparison, other resources of learning such as Internet and TV sometimes are likely to make the students distracted due to a host of irrelevant information, which will undermine their learning efficiency and make students learn less.
It is also true that students are likely to learn more from other resources. Internet and TV are two media where there are a wealth of knowledge and information ranging from science and humanity. They are also the easily accessible platforms for the students who are in the remote places where the learning resources can hardly challenge the dominant role played by teachers.
To sum up, teachers are still the primary resource from which students gain knowledge, although the influence of other learning resources cannot be underestimated.