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There are many ways a teacher can view a student in respect tosubjectivity This being the approach of a teacher to some matter inquestion Most of the times what teacher perceive to be good whileaddressing students end up being replicated to them as good too Thisbias might be social political personal or cultural If I might takean example of a social bias subjectivity of a hobby that I as a teachermight prefer to be the best then I would replicate this to my studentsin the same view Playing golf to me is an activity I look at in anappealing way When teaching student about mentors to watch Ifrequently mention Tiger Woods Woods 2001 Some of my students didntknow who he was but by the end of the lesson everyone would write fourif not five pages on this great mentorMy influent on the subject of mentorship and playing golf can beclassified under socioeconomic bias Here I as the teacher have madethe students perceive playing golf to be the best hobby or evenprofession This has come along due to the positive constant display ofthe subject to be positive Infact some of the students have requestedme to be their tutor on how to play golf Others have gone a stepforward to request their parent to register then with golf clubs asmembers Therefore the perspective in which a teacher can view a giventopic can lead to a negative or a positive subjectivity Other bias inthe socioeconomic category might include how the teacher views the codeof dressing how a given student performs in class where they live oreven how their parents respond to the teacher during parents meetingsSubjectivity to my view might lead to negative results if not observedIn terms of political bias as an English teacher whos generallyliberal teaching a novel about white oppression of blacks and astudent who prefers Glenn Beck to Oprah Winfrey writes a paper on thenovel The end result definitely would be unfair evaluation In
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