Uwants TV消閒生活手機討論遊戲地帶影視娛樂校園生活數碼科技寵物樂園學術文化體育世界購物廣場時事投資貼圖影片上班一族美容纖體戀愛婚姻汽車討論成人資訊博彩娛樂資源交流站務管理
發帖
註冊 登入/註冊 微博



追帖 打印

[吹水閒聊] Ideologies in Local English Tutorial Markets



提示: 作者被禁止或刪除 內容自動屏蔽,只有管理員可見
From student's essay, we can find 4 main ideologies, namely:

1. Billianism

A lot of sparkling lexicons from him are already fallen into HKEAA's stock phrase list. You can still get 5** in writing if you know how to avert and paraphrase his terms. If you see a lot of phrases mixing up together without rigid sentence structure, yes the student must be Billianist. The merit of being Billianist is that he will teach you a lot of skills.

2. Calvinism

His audiences are mostly of below-average English proficiency. You will see a lot of basic connectives (e.g. What's more, First and foremost) from him. Be sure that DGS and DBS's essays seldom have Calvinism surfacing.

3. PChanism

He is a legend for a dozen of years. Like Billianism, he also produces a lot of sparkling lexicons, but his main focus is writing. So PChanist often get stuck in speaking.

4. Otenism

He is another legend in 21st century. His style is colloquialism. So if you see a lot of phrases that are commonly found in US context, yes you observe an Otenist.

There are meagre instances of Richardism, Kennethism and Derekism, just because they teach English in down-to-earth manner.
A Good Analyzer Must Be A Good Collector.
提示: 作者被禁止或刪除 內容自動屏蔽,只有管理員可見
well, i'd prefer "approach" than "ideology"...
I didn't ever attend their class so I cannot comment...

have you attended their classes or just have a look at their printed material?






提示: 作者被禁止或刪除 內容自動屏蔽,只有管理員可見
引用:
原帖由 MikamiTomoya 於 27-5-2017 01:17 PM 發表
well, i'd prefer "approach" than "ideology"...
I didn't ever attend their class so I cannot comment...

have you attended their classes or just have a look at their printed material?


Both. In brief, I see skill-oriented courses breed a lot of high-mark-low-ability who get detained in freshman level. Some down-to-earth tutors will really provide news media materials to train real English. In truth, the grade in public exam does not reflect one's true English proficiency, since examination itself is arbitrary in nature.




A Good Analyzer Must Be A Good Collector.
提示: 作者被禁止或刪除 內容自動屏蔽,只有管理員可見
回覆 3#  doraemonserv 的帖子
Actually using reality material for language training is supposed to be already done in school... so i understand why "cramp schools" would focus on the skill part.

To me, it is a surprise that cramp school would do the same thing as a proper language teaching in normal school. If that also sell well, there is something very wrong.






[隱藏]
提示: 作者被禁止或刪除 內容自動屏蔽,只有管理員可見
回覆 4#  MikamiTomoya 的帖子
Yup. The problem is arisen from day schools. The snobby senior English teachers shirk, and the English education in campus is such a crap. In English lessons most of the Band 1 school students would rather do coursework from other subjects. This phenomenon is also found in Chinese lessons.


伸延閱讀
 提示:支持鍵盤翻頁 ←左 右→ 發新話題發佈投票
請先登入
小貼士:
依家可以用“@”tag會員啦!