You’ve gotta fight, for your right, to learn.

So how are your English classes going?

Do you like your teacher?

Are your classes interesting?

Do you think you are learning?

Are you learning what you need?

Are you getting what was promised when you first signed up for your course?

If your answer is ‘yes’ to all of these questions then lucky you. You have found, either by luck or judgment, the right teacher for you. I hope you are able to keep this teacher for as long as possible and that you can both profit and learn from each other.

However, if your answer was ‘no’ to any of those questions then here is a follow up: What on earth are you doing about it?

In a previous blog post on this site, Henrick Oprea wrote about how teachers can’t take responsibility for learning, only responsibility for teaching. If this is correct, and I believe it probably is, then the onus is on you, the student, to tell the teacher when there is a problem so that you can start learning again.

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