On the second episode of the KBS 2TV drama "School 2013" on the 4th, In-jae (Jang Nara) a short-term teacher who's been teaching for five years and star lecturer Se-chan (Choi Daniel) argues with different methods of teaching.
Se-chan was teaching a literature class and told the students, "The answers are in the passage. Forget your study methods until now" and said they needn't read their books. He also sent those students who didn't think of going to college, out of the classroom.
When In-jae found out about this she confronted him and asked, "Did you tell them not to read? Won't they be able to answer questions if they know something?" But Se-chan said, "If they know too much during the scholastic ability test, they will only write what they know. Then they will fail. Don't you think you are teaching to easily?"
In-jae continued, "How could you chase them out for not wanting to go to college? We are not a business but we are education that creates humans". Se-chan retorted, "I am doing that very well. I've seen school violence being covered up with destruction of property" and criticized the school for covering up something like that.
"If a teacher was there he or she should've stopped it" he said but In-jae showed Impudence as she said, "I wasn't an official teacher then because I hadn't signed my contract".
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