What subjects are more practical to learn nowadays?
I think the computer software-related courses are more practical. Because nowadays, our daily life and daily work can never be separated from computers. And if we can learn to use it wisely, it can really help us to save a lot of time and energy. For example, when I write an essay, the reference part is highly required by different formats. In that case, if I know how to use computer software to automatically build the format, it can not only be time-saving but also increase the accuracy. This may be just one example but actually all software are useful and practical and deserve our attention.
Do you think all teachers should have entertaining teaching styles?
I don't think so. Just like every human being has his own personality, every teacher should have his own style. It is necessary that teachers adjust their teaching styles to make their classes more effective but that doesn't mean the entertaining teaching styles are the only choices. If a teacher is really bad at entertaining and he still entertains for the sake of entertaining, things may totally go to the opposite. So I don't think all teachers should have entertaining teaching styles.
Do you think learning many subjects is beneficial to your work?
I don't think so because what you've learned at school is not always useful when you are at work. For example, I used to have art classes and if I'm going to be a journalist then barely anything I learned in those classes will be used in my job. So it is not the case that the more subjects you learn, the better. I think what matters is the ability of learning. That will definitely be beneficial to your work. .
Do you think learning many subjects at one time is better or learning one subject is better?
I think learning many subjects at one time is better. But here I have a premise. Those subjects should have some kind of link with each other. For example, one can never learn math, philosophy and economics at the same time because they belong to different systems. It is very difficult to learn a couple of things which are totally different. My point is under the same category, one can learn as many subjects as possible. For example, a student can have English literature, American literature and Japanese literature at the same time. Learning only one subject may become boring while learning many subjects is more interesting. One can compare and summarize and this method is good for the whole learning process.