Dependent question

The author in this passage explains what a core curriculum is and how different components of core curricula may design and improve students’ skills. The speaker points out the negative points in that method of study and explains why in his opinion it should be modified.

The author says that a core curriculum’s structure and content are often designed to develop students’ skill in communication, in quantitative thinking, in reasoning, and in interpersonal interaction since curses come from varies subjects and faculties. The author also mentions that it is not suprising that colleges with very strong core curricula have reaped rich rewards in form of strong institution identity, higher faculty satisfaction and many more. In addition, students that actually took this programs believe that this program give them a broader perspective on life.

The speaker on the other hand suggests that from the research that was performed in the college couple of problems were raised that related to a core curricula. The first problem is that core curricula’s curses might not be challenging enough to some of students. In addition he explains that classes are too big, this means that there are too many students that go to the same course at the same time. Finally, he believes that the core curricula’s can be addressed in different way to the student in different faculties in order to better gide those students. He also persents the options of volunteer work and internships in order to take better advantage of this system.

TOEFL listening lectures: A university lecture by a Drama professor

The author in this passage explains what a core curriculum is(,) and how different components of core curricula may design and improve students’ skills. The speaker points out the negative points in that method of study(,) and explains why in his opinion it should be modified.

The author says that a core curriculum’s structure and content are often designed to develop students’ skill in communication, in quantitative thinking, in reasoning, and in interpersonal interaction since cOurses come from variOUs subjects and faculties. The author also mentions that it is not suRprising that colleges with very strong core curricula(,) have reaped rich rewards in THE form of strong institution identity, higher faculty satisfaction and much more. ALSO(:wink: students that actually took this program believe that this program giveS them a broader perspective on life.

The speaker on the other hand suggests that from the research that was performed in the college(,) A couple of problems were raised that related to a core curricula.
The first problem is that core curricula’s cOurses might not be challenging enough to some of THE students. In addition he explains that classes are too big(.) This means that there are too many students that go to the same course at the same time. Finally, he believes that the core curricula’s can be addressed in different way to the studentS in different faculties in order TO better address those students needs.
There are also options of volunteer work and internships in order to take better advantage of this system.
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Good work Jenny.

Kitos. 9/10