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To support her disclosure, NA10 also shared a personal experience learning Geography during her A-Level: When I was a student you know, we were all petrified by our Geography teacher. She would come in you know and she didn’t teach she would just question you know and we would all be standing…standing...standing…standing…we couldn’t answer her questions alright she would just go out of the room very angry...went to staff room alright… or before she ...she went she would take her spectacles and throw them on the table, I don’t know whether she broke how many pairs and she would go up to the staff room without her glasses and then she would be crying… (Wk. 7, C 2) SA8, on the other hand, shared her personal experiences being taught by different teachers during her high school years: Okay, from my personal experience from my school time, I really like teachers who were strict because a lot of teachers who are strict but they are also very nice they will help you …when you take your book to them they will sit down and explain until you find. But then in class it will be like…so you see there are two sides you know, there are teachers who really want you to succeed… There are the teachers who really don’t care alright, so I always come across and I have always wanted teachers like… people who …really push you in a way but then they also like to give you the support when you need it… (Wk. 7, C 2) The next category of content identified was formal knowledge. This type of knowledge emerged when teachers discussed the content of journal and web articles which CA3 and SA8 brought into the TIC.
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5.2.7 Formal Knowledge
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