Routine management of students with full-time employed
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This is the first time that I got assign to teach English for Entrepreneur class. I am thinking about if this will be the last time I teach this class, too. This is because the chairwoman of this major told me that there would be no more part-time students coming on Saturdays and Sundays. Anyway, anyhow, I would like to give some suggestion to anyone who may teach this class in the future.
First, most students here are adult. They worked and knew a lot about the actual business. The lecturers may design the classes or activities to support their careers. The lecturers may not need to use the fictional case studies or some case studies from news report anymore. This is because the students have to face the actual cases in their real life. The lecturers may let them raise the examples from their actual experiences and integrate the English communication skills into these examples. I think this would benefit the students directly, and this strategy may also pull their attention to the class, since the lesson is important to their career.
The time table of all classes they enroll is also important issue. If the students feel comfortable to learn in some specific time, they may have some right to choose it. This may sound strange, but if the school could make it. All students would be more happy with what the school provides them. This may heighten their satisfaction toward the school as a whole.