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Teaching Styles Figuring the different techniques of teaching it was easy to break them into three different groups there is the discussion based the hands on and the lecture type When looking at their technique it is very easy to spot one difference from another when finding the style one may prefer First Danny discussion is the teacher of the class that everybody slept through Danny with his deep monotone voice and long drawn out words is more than enough to put anybody to sleep Dannys class is the one that they one can go to to catch up on their sleep after a late night He will never notice and if he does he probably will never say anything Danny is probably the least likely to be remembered by any student Next is hands on Heather Heather is the type of teacher that wants to be everybodys buddy She would be the one person that somebody can tell all of their secrets to and never have to worry With Heather anybody can relate and understand She is the teacher that will always be remembered as being not only a good teacher but also as a best friend Heather is there to care about problems with the students while most of the other teachers are there to make life a living hell For these reasons Heather is the favored type of teacher Finally there is Mr Larry lecture Pretend that Larry the lecturer was in front of a class the first thing to notice would be the fact that he is always in front and looking back at you Larry pretends to be a little more on the subtle side but everybody knows that a one-on-one conversation with him could be terrible There is no way that Larry would really be personal and truly care or so it seems Larry is always right and usually is not too giving with his students He
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