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STUDENTS ARE looking very exhausted, not paying their full attention to the lecture, and most important of all, can't understand half of what the professor is saying. What is going on?
The employment policy of Yonsei Univ. states that professors newly employed from 2004 are obliged to give at least two English lectures in their first two years. The objective of the policy may seem rational. Students taking major courses in English, however, complain that communication between the professor and students hardly occurs in class. Thus the quality of the course becomes lower compared to Korean courses. As a result students simply decide to learn from text books and goof off in class time.
I just hope that someday later, the school employers won't ask new professors to give lectures in Chinese.
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