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    Haha ... Weird teacher.

    Yurpp... She recently completed her doctorate so she's a DR... Our former Head's a Dame i think.


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    We're not that bad, but especially bad compared to everyone else here! But it seems to be improving.


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    I'm off to bed, sorry I wasn't very active tonight, was out at a show that the Performing Arts people in our year put on, 'Twas good
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    It's such lovely weather isn't it?! The breeze is wow


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Haha ... Weird teacher.

    Yurpp... She recently completed her doctorate so she's a DR... Our former Head's a Dame i think.


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    Look at you with your doctorates and dames! I doubt many of my teachers have post grad qualifications other than their PGCEs.


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    If you're a boy...

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2257814

    Please and thanks
    I can't take part in that on fundamentally ideological grounds :lol:
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    (Original post by Vionar)
    Look at you with your doctorates and dames! I doubt many of my teachers have post grad qualifications other than their PGCEs.


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    Hahaha awee.. It makes no difference. How will it ever affect me? My form
    Tutor is a DR and so is my history teacher but.. It's all the same.


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    Hahaha awee.. It makes no difference. How will it ever affect me? My form
    Tutor is a DR and so is my history teacher but.. It's all the same.


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    I think I'll just about get through school without teachers with doctorates! It will be tricky though! But why the hell are they teaching!? Surely they have better jobs available to them!


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    (Original post by Vionar)
    I think I'll just about get through school without teachers with doctorates! It will be tricky though! But why the hell are they teaching!? Surely they have better jobs available to them!


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    Haha they love us too much. Plus many people find that teaching is what they love best after all their academia and so they return to school.


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    (Original post by Vionar)
    I think I'll just about get through school without teachers with doctorates! It will be tricky though! But why the hell are they teaching!? Surely they have better jobs available to them!


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    I'm curious as to what you mean by "better" jobs :pierre: I presume you mean better as judged by yourself.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    We have "ESTYN" here instead of Ofsted

    We had our inspections this year... We're a "good" school and apparently have some "outstanding" aspects I think...

    Although those bloody aspects are useless for the ones that need it...
    I took the girls to victory... All thanks to you. So thanks!


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    People I'm doing the OCR GCSE Religious Studies, and I was wondering if someone could help out with the answer structure for (d) and (e) questions


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    (Original post by mynameishello)
    People I'm doing the OCR GCSE Religious Studies, and I was wondering if someone could help out with the answer structure for (d) and (e) questions


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    If you read like the last 20 or so posts you should find one of us does the exam .... I think bluffroom... So he maybe could help?


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    People I'm doing the OCR GCSE Religious Studies, and I was wondering if someone could help out with the answer structure for (d) and (e) questions


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    For Part D and E, you should be doing "Say What, Say Why, Say How" (which should get you three marks per paragraph). You could also use PEE for all of Part E, so long as you include several viewpoints.
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Haha they love us too much. Plus many people find that teaching is what they love best after all their academia and so they return to school.


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    Surely being a lecturer would be a better option then... no need to deal with annoying kids, and a chance at some real research/academia.

    Unless of course they were unable to get such a job
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I can't take part in that on fundamentally ideological grounds :lol:


    You people :shakecane:
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    (Original post by Jina)
    Haha they love us too much. Plus many people find that teaching is what they love best after all their academia and so they return to school.

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    They could just go into academia? I have no idea why people would want to teach, but that's probably just me!

    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    I'm curious as to what you mean by "better" jobs :pierre: I presume you mean better as judged by yourself.
    Yes, judged by me, but I'm not really sure what specific jobs they would do, just not working in a school with horrible teenagers, low pay and government targets/OFSTED stuff looming over your head!
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    I've wanted to become a teacher still might
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I've wanted to become a teacher still might
    I wouldn't want to become a teacher, definitely not after being in my school! Plus I can't explain things to save my life!
 
 
 
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