"large classes, lot of students and one teacher""large classes, lot of students and one teacher"  Give me an example of a real-life represents the "interdependence of these elements together," And...

"large classes, lot of students and one teacher"

"large classes, lot of students and one teacher"

 Give me an example of a real-life represents the "interdependence of these elements together," And what similarities and differences between them?

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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I have no idea if I am correctly interpreting your question, but it seems to me that you are asking how these elements are related? In a large class, the students all seem to mesh together into this entity CLASS. There are so many of them that trying to get to know them can be overwhelming.
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vangoghfan | College Teacher | (Level 2) Educator Emeritus

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I agree that it would help if you could make the question a bit clearer. In particular, it would help to know how a "large class" is being defined.  Do you have a precise number in mind? In general, I would say that the larger the class, the less successful it is likely to be if one teacher is given responsibility for it.

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literaturenerd | High School Teacher | (Level 2) Educator Emeritus

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I have to agree that your question seems very vague. I, also, think that "large classes" and "lots of students" is the same thing. As for their interdependence upon each other, large classes essentially depend upon lots of students. Therefore, they are naturally, interdependent.

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pohnpei397 | College Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I wonder if you could clarify this a little.  There does not seem to be any difference between the ideas of "large classes, lots of students, and one teacher."  These three things seem only to interact in that "lots of students and one teacher" seems to define what a "large class" is.  But it doesn't seem likely that this is what you are asking.  Can you clarify?

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