Do you agree or disagree with the following statement:
The professor who have received good evaluations from students should be promoted.
Personally,I don’t think it’s a good idea to promote professors who have received good evaluations from students.
First,because for most of the time,students just give good evaluations to save time.I mean most evaluations are done at last class or at the last week of the semester.It’s really a busy time for students,because they are so preoccupied with all these final papers,and exams,so they may just give good evaluations to save themselves from troubles without even thinking about the details.Like I have done that all the time at collage,and I know all my friends did the same.Second,good evaluations should not be the only aspect to consider when university decide to promote a professor.There are more important things that we should attach importance to,like,research projects,achievements in certain field,and contributions to the society.
While the reading passage proposes three different new energy for cargo ships to replace heavy fuel oil,the professor in the listening material claims that none of these can be effective,which casts serious doubt on what have been proposed in the reading.
First,according to the passage,bio-fuel can be an alternative for fuel oil since it seems as an inexhaustible source of energy.However,the professor points out that this is impractical by further explaining that the agricultural produce in this area can merely feed local people and with limited arable land and drought,little plants can be used to produce bio-fuel.Thus,it is quite obvious that the suggestion in the reading is less convincing.
Second,it is said in the reading that hydrogen is renewable and has been applied in many parts of the world.This has been attacked by the professor who believes that
Finally,although the author of the reading claim that wind can be used to generate power for sails,which can be easily operated and meet standards,the speaker argues that this is extremely time-consuming due to extremely distant destinations,and this is less profitable because the fuel cell in the ships leads to lower capacity of cargo.
Is it always right for governments to ask people move their businesses and houses to provide space for the construction of large structures?