/ Why is cheating at schools in Poland accepted?!
Perhaps you should live here for a lot longer before trying to change the way of living.
If I waited and lived here longer before I tried to change things then maybe I'll develop your defeatest attitude.
By the way I'm not and ex-pat!!..I still have my British Passport! ...Who still gets his full English Breakfast, which is very much enjoyed by my wifes family, every Saturday before the football!!..
So what if I have the attitude of a Brit!...I'm sure there was a topic on here like ''Poland wake up to a multi-cultural world!!''
Cheating is deeply ingrained in the national identity. For better or for worse, it's accepted in Poland and while Western/Northern Europeans might see it as alien and strange and unacceptable - it's perfectly fine for the Poles. Leave them to it - it's their culture, not ours.
Ever heard of change!!...maybe Polish people want change!...maybe they just need a little push!...Hey if women thought like you then they still wouldn't have any rights!
A privilege and an honour? Are you living in cloud cuckoo land? Given the lack of job security and poor working conditions in many schools, it's certainly not an honour or a privilege. Even if you view it as that - you should be looking at why people are paying your wages. They're paying you to keep students happy - and if they have to cheat to be happy, then it's not an issue.
What the hell has any of that got to with it!!...Have you ever heard of Morals! I didn't study 5 years to be a sell out!!
You really don't get it, do you? Private education in a language school is a business, not a vocation.
Business or not...teachers still have a responsibility to TEACH!!! How do you not get that!?
Actually, this is where your ignorance is shining through. It's actually arguable that as many teachers coming through nowadays tried all the different ways to cheat, then it's much harder for the children to cheat in school
Actually, this is where your ignorance is shining through!!...these teachers are proffesional ''cheaters!'' ...they actually make cheating easier for the children!..I know ..I have seen them do it!...They know what to do....and how to do it. The worst thing is how blatant it is..as if they have no regard or understanding of the damage they are doing!
How do you do this, bearing in mind that you don't speak the language? I'd be very careful before slandering the medical profession in Poland, given that they often do an excellent job with a lack of resources. Or are you judging them on the basis that they don't speak English, like so many stereotypical ex-pats?
I left this till last....go to hell..I know a lot more Polish than I let on...( I have my reasons!)..but I never judge or stereotype people!
The people I'm talking about are the people who work in everyday jobs...banks...government offices...police...hospitals.....I have seen a level of incompetence that I do come usually come across....I only asked the question that if cheating is accepted then incompetence may also be part and parcel of the culture.....again I'm not an ex pat!..
Hey I'm getting my dual passport soon...still no an ex pat!!!......If i lived in Poland 200 years I'm an individual and so are my views....so stop stereotyping me!!