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Which one do you like, active class or passive class? Write out your view on them. Active Classes of Passive Classes Although classes often seem alike in appearance, the differences between passive classes and active classes are enormous. T

Which one do you like, active class or passive class? Write out your view on them. 
        Active Classes of Passive Classes
  Although classes often seem alike in appearance, the differences between passive classes and active classes are enormous.
  The passive kind of class usually has a teacher who lectures, puts outlines and terms on the chalkboard and imparts information to the students. For example, my second-year biology teacher,  rarely looked up from his notebook in which he had carefully written all his lectures. Teachers in a passive classroom simply dictate information and answers. They pour facts into the students like water into a pot. The students are usually force to sit, listen, take notes, and do only what the teacher requires them to.The other kind of class, the active one, usually has a teacher who stimulates the students to learn for themselves by asking questions, by deliberately posing problems, and most of all by being a student himself, too. Such a teacher might plan the outline of a course, but doesn’t direct the class in only one direction. Students in active classes become more involved in their learning; they ask questions and read books to search for some answers themselves, and then discuss what they have found in class.
    I prefer active classes because learning becomes fun there. Although students may not car much about facts in classes, their attitudes toward learning and their excitement in discovering answers for themselves do no end with the class.
19.Now many students use electronic dictionaries. Give us your view on electronic dictionary.
  On Electronic Dictionary
  Electronic dictionaries are becoming more and more popular among college students because of its small size and multitude of functions. But just as every coin has two sides, electronic dictionaries are no exception. Some students like electronic dictionaries, because they believe this kind of new dictionary has many advantage. First, compared with a traditional dictionary, it’s obviously very handy and convenient. Furthermore, due to its many functions, it’s also very helpful. It can serve both as an English-Chinese one. Most important of all, many of them can even teach the learner how to pronounce a word.
  But other students think that they still have much to be desired. They point out that the definitions are very limited. And there are not enough explanations, or examples to illustrate the correct use of a word. In addition, the constant use of this study aid can make people too much dependent on the dictionary and form a passive, lazy attitude towards learning.
  In my opinion, the electronic dictionary in itself is neither good nor bad, and its value lies in the way we put it to use. Every student should have a good English dictionary at hand and the electronic one can serve most of our purposes. And one thing we should always keep in mind is that basic language skills do not come from any dictionary but from practice. So, an electronic dictionary, just like any traditional ones, is only an effective tool instrumental in helping us to get a good mastery of English.
Some Tips for Effective Verbal Communication
  Verbal communication plays a significant role in our daily life, especially in modern society. Since we get along with other people in every field, we must learn how to communicate effectively. Here are some of the techniques that may contribute to effective verbal communication.
  First, think about what we are going to tell someone, then speak briefly and clearly in order to make ourselves understood. Second, express ourselves warmly and sincerely. This can help create a friendly atmosphere for a talk. Third, if we are supposed to be listeners, we should concentrate on what the speaker says and give positive feedback by nodding or smiling from time to time. And fourth, we can politely ask the speaker to repeat what we do not hear or quite understand and this, as you know, can help the communication go on smoothly. 
  When I communicate with others, whether as a speaker or a listener, I always bear in mind the above-mentioned skills. They are very much conducive to effective conversations


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