If a movie was based on a book, which it often is, there would not be enough time to include minor details. Movies don’t have a complex storyline as movies shorten the story down to a simple plot with slight similarities to the book it is based off of. Most of the time, the script does not do the story justice. Movies are limited as it relies on visual stimulation and having to tell a story primarily through dialogue. It is tough for filmmakers to depict the inner conflicts of a character’s mind thus making it very shallow and lacking in depth.
One disadvantage of reading the book is that you can’t see Colonel Chamberlain’s facial expressions or emotions because, when you actually get to see Colonel Chamberlain tear up during the speech it changes the way you thought about it. Another disadvantage of reading the book is you can’t see the setting or the other people in his regiment. The main advantage of reading the book is that you get to visualize and change the words to pictures in your mind. Also when reading you can read it over and over again and you won't miss any important words. One of my disadvantages of watching the movie is that it doesn’t let the viewer use their imagination.
As a result, I would not want to pursue this career option because I am not able to direct others, I do not have the skills needed to communicate with patients, and I am not the best at learning how to operate complex machinery. For these reasons, I do not have a high level of interest in this
An active listener should also show signs of listening like different gestures and verbal, non-verbal messages. Active listening is a structured form of listening that helps to focus attention on the speaker. The listener must listen attentively to what is being said and then repeat it to the speaker in the listener’s own words, thus showing the speaker how much he has understood and heard. If he has any problem then the speaker can explain some more. Quite a few times, the listener can interpret the speaker’s words in terms of feelings and then while paraphrasing he can say that from this speech I gathered that you felt happiness or sadness or anger, etc.
This example clearly shows that freedom of speech is being compromised as people are unable to voice out what they truly feel and are mostly forced to keep their opinions to themselves as voicing these opinions will make the rest of the society think in a different way and steer them away to generate other ideas or thoughts. Another example that compromises the freedom of speech will be allowing the younger generation to understand and think on their own about certain subjects such as pornography or homosexuality. This example clearly shows that freedom of speech is being compromised as the younger generation are unclear or sure of what to think about such topics as they are unable to think for themselves and decide. The younger generation, most likely from the age of 12 and above, should be able to think on their own as to why it is not safe and not being told to think they are not safe as this would be controlling what they are thinking. Hence, Freedom of speech is being compromised as they are unable to think with
Just because some people disagree with some books, does not mean others should not be allowed to enjoy them. Books should not be banned because it closes doors for information that mature people should be able to read. Another reason books should not be banned is that it deprives people of learning experiences that they may encounter soon. Books should not be banned also because some of the books are excellent for history, or learning experiences. Books should not be able to be banned because it closes the door for great lessons and deprives people of learning about the world around them.
This will not motivate them to learn nevertheless this will decrease the enthusiasm of the students to learn grammar. The students will enjoy the grammar lesson if they can gain something amusing and meaningful from the grammar lesson. The language is being practiced unconsciously when the students sing the song. The students will not feel tied to the rules and structures of the grammar and they can learn more. According to the research done by Affendi & Shazwani (2010), the feedbacks from the respondents show that they enjoy having to be involved in using songs to reinforce the learning of SVA and the results shows that 3 out of 15 students registering outstanding increment of 100 percent and above.
During the class, I observed the students interested in listening to their peer. Mrs. Carbone explained that by holding students accountable to rate the presentations, helped to promote active listening skills and learning. Furthermore, students grow into their unique learning preferences. Students to gain core information by listening. Some of the Second Language Listening Comprehension dimensions that I notice throughout my observation include: individualization, cross cultural, social, contextualized, strategic, intertextual, affective, and the critical dimension.
Figuring it out, I always attempt to deliver a lesson in charming ways in order to catch my students’ attention to participate actively during class; make it fascinating as possible as I can, such as delivering a lesson trough drawing pictures, imitating native speaker when reading and listening process, and offering some English teachings method and strategies like army method, PPP, TPS, discovery learning and so forth. Yet what I have done so far, however, seemed “somewhat good”. It can be gauged so clearly by 60 percent of the students do not take part actively during class. So far I realize that the way I taught English almost certainly remain the same. I might introduce several teaching methods or strategies, meanwhile, the tasks given never even changed a bit yet (filling the blank, rearranged a sentence, and multiple choice).
However, most of studies focus on students at high schools and universities as well as young learners (children). How about students at the secondary schools? Their English level at this stage also affects their English studying process when they continue studying at high schools and universities. And in listening section, whether students are satisfied or dissatisfied with their teachers’ using bottom-up strategies to teach English listening skill. Therefore, I would like to set the first footstep towards the matters by investigating secondary students’ attitudes towards their teachers’ using bottom-up strategies to teach English listening skill.