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Imagine yourself in a full class with a huge number of students, and then try to compare that thought with a class that has less number of students in. So have you ever wondered what are the main reasons of reducing class size and how that can affect you in many ways. There are several causes and effects of reducing class sizes, and on the other hand reducing class sizes can have some negative and some positive effects as well. One of the main causes that could help us to reduce class size, is the ability to have enough place for more classrooms. By increasing the number of classrooms will improve the quality of education. Having many classes will give us extra rooms for more subjects and activity classroom for example, a lot of schools offer extra subject like Art, Music and Physical education. By adding the number of classrooms could help these schools to provide mire different subjects. To increase the education level for the students the schools must have motivated, strengthening classes.
In addition to that, by reducing class sizes there will be more classes and of course more teachers will be needed, so a numerous amount of teacher will have the chance to get a well decent jobs. At our time the new diplomatic graduates that are going to be future teachers or like how I like to call them knowledge messengers will have an easier opportunity to get a job because in our time educational , teaching jobs are limited. And with class reduction in some schools or educational places for sure this problem will be solved. It’s kind of sad to see a hard working person with a brain of since go to waste. First of all, one of the most common negative effects on our educational sectors is the poor sectors that are not able to pay many wages. Reducing class sizes will need more teachers and that will need more money and teachers will cost a lot of money. These situations usually will be seen in some poor low district areas. That is why small che...
The de-militarized zone between North and South Korea represents a small strip of land some 1,528 km2 in area and off limits to people since the end of the Korean War in 1953 (58). Farming communities once abundant there no longer till the soil. The result of abandonment has been striking, and in favor of ecological recovery (59). During the intervening years, remnant populations of wildlife have re-bounded into robust populations within that narrow region, including the Asiatic black bear, musk deer, and the red-crowned crane. An unexpected (and unwanted) example of “proof of concept”, vivax malaria has also retuned to the area next to the DMZ in South Korea, as the result of that country’s inability to carry out effective mosquito-control programs that would ordinarily include portions of the DMZ (60).
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