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    one of two

    Hello..

    This is my first post here, and i thank, in advance, all those who will think about my question

    What is more correct: ''...class climate from the teachers' perspective or ...class climate from the teachers' point of view?

    Waiting for your answers

  2. #2

    Re: one of two

    Hi, and welcome aboard!

    Both options are valid and grammatical and I would think that both are widely used. Perhaps I would prefer "perspective", but that's just a personal choice

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    #3

    Re: one of two

    One thing to watch for is an appreviation that is quite common in some circles: "This book is written from the pov of a London teacher."

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    Re: one of two

    Hi presentperfect
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    I also think both would be OK and would also most likely choose perspective.
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    Saying 'class climate' sounds awkward to me, though. How about saying 'classroom atmosphere' or 'the atmosphere in the classroom' instead?
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    One thing to watch for is an appreviation that is quite common in some circles: "This book is written from the pov of a London teacher."
    @ Bob
    I for one don't abbreciate such appreviations.

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