Women Make Better Teacher Than Men

4368 WordsJan 21, 201318 Pages
Women Make Better Teacher Than Men. I do not agree with tha statement because I think that women and men are in the same level in teaching because both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages.For example, women have their natural motherhood while men have their natural fatherhood. So, to build a complete family, should have cooperation each other and there is no comparison between them which one is more better than the other one. I would not put one above the other. I had a great mixer and I do not believe it is a sexist battle which one being better than the other.Actually I think it is the other way around and the problem is women are more dominant towards the teaching than the men that have been created as the…show more content…
They would rather watch the latest "Transformers" movie which is not suitable for young children. The journal also states that Television provides good role models for children. I feel that this is just absurbd! Most of the cartoons have some act of violence in them, many violent acts are perpetrated by the "good guys," whom kids have been taught to emulate. Even though kids are taught by their parents that it's not right to hit, television says it's ok to bite, hit, or kick if you're the good guy. This can lead to confusion when kids try to understand the difference between right and wrong because the "bad guys" on TV aren't always held responsible or punished for their actions. How can you form a role model out of that? On the contrary, I may disagree with this article for the most part, but I do feel television, in moderation, can be a good thing. Preschoolers can get help learning the alphabet on public television, grade schoolers can learn about wildlife on nature shows, and parents can keep up with current events on the evening news. No doubt about it, TV can be an excellent educator and entertainer, however, despite the few advantages, too much television can be detrimental. Following this further, in the USA, 47% of children ages 2 to 18 years have a television set in their bedrooms(Kaiser Family Foundation, 2009). On a typical day, they spend an average of 5.5 hours using media, incluing television, computer games and the internet(Kaiser Family
Open Document