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YayakoChii Jun 27, 5:12 AM
Fú, és végre túl vagyok a 3 legnehezebb vizsgámon. :D
Hát igazából elcsúsztam az egyik tantárgyammal, így ősszel lesz 1 db tárgyam... Aztán kezdhetem majd csak meg a hosszút, de nem érdekes, már lassan vége. :D

Hát hozzájuk is végtelen türelem kellett, igazából 10.esek voltak, és konkrétan még a szorzótáblát se tudták... nem mondanám, hogy túl sokat tudtam tanítani nekik... Ezt a neveléses dolgot én nem szeretem. Nem érzem úgy, hogy a tanár dolga lenne ez. Ez a szülőé kellene, hogy legyen, a tanár maximum terelgetheti a gyereket, nevelni szerintem nem igazán tudja, főleg nem ezeket a mai fiatalokat... Meg a gyerek kb. 12 éves koráig nevelhető, utána már veszett fejsze nyele. A 16 éves idiótákkal nehéz bármit is kezdeni. Nyilván egy komoly kiállású, idősebb embernek sokkal könnyebb mint egy huszonévesnek, de pl. jött hozzánk óraadónak egy éppen nyugdíjba menő nő, akinek 30+ év tapasztalata volt. 3 hónapig bírta... Aztán azt mondta, ez tűrhetetlen. Képzelheted, milyen jók a gyerekek... :/

Érdekes amúgy, mert nem rég ismertem meg egy másik fizika tanárt, aki szintén animés. :D

Sok sikert a munkához, a lényeg, hogy élvezd, vagy legalábbis ellegyél azzal, amit csinálsz. :) Én szerettem amúgy tanítani, csak értelme nem volt, mert nem igazán lehetett. Amikor a Radnótiban voltam rövid gyakorlaton, azt például eléggé élveztem. Az az a suli, ahol nemcsak zsenik vannak, és azért kell minimális fegyelmezés, de a diákokat legalább érdekli egy-két dolog.
Már amúgy elkezdtél Pakson dolgozni? Vagy mikor kezdhetsz?
YayakoChii Jun 14, 1:07 PM
Szia!
Örülök, hogy írtál. Mindig jó új emberekkel beszélgetni. :D
A tanári pályát úgy igazán még nem élem. 2 tárgyam még hátravan a 6 éves képzésből, plusz a hosszú gyakorlat, de idén már tanítottam egy iskolában. Az a helyzet, hogy ez a suli nagyon borzasztó volt, mert azokat a tanulókat szedte össze, akik máshova nem kerültek be vagy akiknek a viselkedésével vannak problémák.
Nem mondom, hogy túl jó ez első tapasztalatnak, de igazából legalább elmondhatom, hogy ennél rosszabb nem nagyon lesz. XD
Alapból én szeretek tanítani, például a matematika rövid gyakorlatomat 6.os osztályban kellett csinálnom, ugye 5től 12-ig taníthatunk majd, ha meglesz a diplománk, no és ezt nagyon élveztem. Az volt a nehéz benne, hogy nekik mindent sokkal játékosabban kellett előadni.
Valójában én is mat-fizen kezdtem, de aztán mat-info lett belőle, a fizikát hamar feladtam.
Te rosszul élted meg a tanítást? Vagy miért hagyod ott?
A mai fiatalok többsége mondjuk rettentően neveletlen, lusta, semmi se érdekli, de azért akad néhány értelmes is. :D
Bocsi, hogy csak most válaszolok, még két vizsgám hátravan a félévből, és mindkettő eléggé húzós, szóval nem volt időm válaszolni hamarabb.
Surci Apr 24, 12:16 PM
Na megérte fogadni Kéttel a MicsiHacsira? Gondolom lesz majd összegzés fórumon csak gondoltam rákérdezek ^^
TemplarXIII Apr 17, 6:09 PM
"What I miss the most in modern anime is the lacking of good directions"

Probably because the sheer volume of anime is disproportionately higher nowadays. Quality mostly ranges from mediocre to bad. You really have to dig to find the gem among the pile of debris. Since the market is saturated, less people are taking risks to experiment around. You try make more or less of what can sell. One example of this is the "isekai" genre. Don't get me wrong, I like some shows in the genre, but it's been beaten to death lol.

You are correct though >95% of remakes end up poorly, but recent success I can think of is the Space Battleship Yamato remake. I personally like the reboot series better than the original. Not to say I didn't like the original, but the newer iteration is superior imho. Some people would obviously disagree, but what can I say. I didn't know the director of Rose of Versailles passed away--that does put a damper on my wish, doesn't it? -_-
TemplarXIII Apr 16, 4:59 PM
Yeah, I bet that might've been difficult to decide for you haha. Honestly, I found Utena abstruse to understand at first. I actually had to rewatch a few episodes to get the subliminal messaging behind the episode. In that regard, Mawaru Penguindrum tried to capture the same style as Utena, but missed the mark. The problem I have with some of the esoteric anime like Utena or Evangelion, is that I tend to forget about the coherent narrative because there can be many nuanced interpretations. You probably did a better job in remembering the intricacies of Utena because in all honesty, I couldn't tell you what happened in "x" episode lol. I tend to like a more concrete narrative, but more cerebral anime like the original Ghost in the Shell movie is an exception. Or Ergo Proxy.

From what I remember of Utena, it was a good "coming-of-age" story when you finally understood the meaning. Although, I would reckon that Galaxy Express 999 was another good example of this theme--albeit a very long and drawn out example of it.

As for Oscar, I like the dialectic of femininity and masculinity she had to struggle with throughout the series. When she synthesized the two characteristics to establish a more developed identity towards the end, I appreciated that. A seemingly unpopular opinion, but I think the 3rd and 4th feminists can learn something from Oscar. Two things can be true at once, you can be a strong woman while exhibiting overt feminine qualities. You can be a woman without coming off as a misandrist. Honestly, I would like to see a remake of BeruBara. They can make it look fantastic with modern animation technology. Keep the same script but just redo the animation. Maybe add more scenes to expand the narrative or characters. Damn, now I really want a remake haha.
TemplarXIII Apr 15, 3:25 PM
Just a random comment:

Which title do you think is better? Utena or Rose of Versailles? I liked them both, but I think I liked Versailles better. Probably because I have a penchant for historical fiction/ dramas.
VincentHarkonnen Apr 15, 4:47 AM
Fairy's Gone With The Wind, eh? :D Sadly, I often stumble upon some titles with awesome settings, but pretty bland execution. Remember Black Rock Shooter 10 years ago or so? Why did they turn this stuff into a school drama was beyond me.

Yup, as far as Souls clones go, Nioh is still the best, unless we'd also count Salt and Sanctuary, which was a decent attempt at mixing Dark Souls with a 2D platformer. I actually keep forgetting that I also have Lords of the Fallen sitting on my shelf, but that game is super bland. Bought it only because it was dirt cheap :D I honestly wouldn't mind if Sekiro was a pure stealth game, as opposed to being a spiritual successor to both Soulsborne and Tenchu. That revival mechanic does sound dodgy indeed, which is probably why people generally prefer to simply die in combat and start all over. Maybe it's for the parts when you get killed by some random dude and don't want to lose your progress on the way to the boss. I will give this game that though - that Guardian Ape boss is legitimtely awesome :D Love me some body horror.

Admittedly, I'm awful at dodging myself, never used it in Demon's Souls and Dark Souls 1 and 2. You can bypass it by simply running a shield build and just block the attacks - it doesn't take long to find a shield with 100% physical damage reduction. Bloodborne is going to be fun to me then, even if the game is faster than Dark Souls.

Yeah, I'm on chapter 7 now and the game actually got easier with time. This Stefano guy sure was a surprise though, talk about animu villain, complete with his freaky harem :D This dude's turning STEM into DeviantART (major emphasis on "deviant"... or is it "art"?) and I love it. I'm actually liking the campy nature of this game, it's certainly better than Ruvik's edgelord antics. The script is delightfully cheesy too, you can actually play a guessing game with how cliche some lines get :D The exploration is done very well though, gotta love the small surprises like the Guardian patrolling the streets or that ghost lady spawning. Obscura's porn noises made my evening, though :D Can't wait to meet that flamethrower guy as well, I remember seeing his design back when the game came out and it looks really cool. In fact, the game totally nails the enemy designs overall, even if that shambling, whiny gas lady is super annoying with her stamina-draining shriek and punchable noises.
VincentHarkonnen Apr 13, 5:12 AM
Well, shit. Why was I even expecting something okay :D Sounds like a pretty hilarious shitshow, at the very least. Now, to be fair, fairies were kinda spoopy in Medieval times and during Victorian era, because people still used to believe that they're universe-controling deities who rape people to death, but I somehow get the feeling that the author of Fairy Gone just took whatever exotic concept he could find and applied the name to his generic monsters. ...fuckin' fairy soldiers, are you for real? :D The longer I say it in my head, the more hilarious it gets.

Yeah, I'm having a blast reading all of those articles about Sekiro disrespecting the players by being too hard and giving zero chances to people with disabilities. At least From Software will never cater to snowflakes - I remember people begging them to add Easy Mode for Dark Souls too back when it came out. It's almost like a tradition at this point - FS releases a new game, Easy Mode begging begins. I know I said that Sekiro doesn't look like my kind of challenge, mostly because of the whole "strike the enemy fast to break their guard before their meter recharges" mechanic, but I still think it's a very well designed title with perfect difficulty. Maybe I'll even give it a go later, but probably not before playing Nioh first :D I'm on the same boat as you regarding what I want from games and it's definitely a good thing that FS is still scratching that itch without having to rely on cheap "let's make an 8-bit game with HARDCORE difficulty only 0,01% players can beat" approach. That being said, I think Dark Souls would be totally up your alley, especially given that you like Berserk :D I mean, the first game was inspired by this manga pretty hard, to the point of Artorias, the DLC boss, bearing lots of similarities to Guts in his berserk armor, complete with feral movements and one of his arms missing. Dark Souls 2 was pretty bad though. Good game on its own, but easily the worst Souls title, mostly because it was made by the B-team, while Miyazaki and his main developers were too busy working on Bloodborne in the meantime. And if you find Dark Souls' gameplay too slow, no worries - DS 3 is significantly faster, taking many cues from Bloodborne. I actually realized that FS makes their games faster with each iteration - Bloodborne felt like Sonic the Hedgehog after Dark Souls, but now we get Sekiro and its platforming, and it's just... dude. *laughs* By the way, did you meet Sekiro's WOOOO guy yet? :D

Speaking of challenge, I've finally started The Evil Within 2 yesterday. So far so good, I'm totally digging the new approach to the gameplay. Gives me some Silent Hill 1-2 vibes with the town explorarion between locations, except more hardcore, as I went for Nightmare difficulty right off the bat. And yes, I got mauled at church. And at the house where you meet the first enemy. I can see why people say this game is easier than the original though, but that's actually an improvement, given how cheap the first game could be at times.
SaiyaGin Apr 10, 1:00 PM
Bizony, eljött az idő...
(De az az igazság, hogy már régen elspoilereztem magamnak sok mindent, úgyhogy nem ért meglepetésként az esemény. Ettől függetlenül nem örültem neki.)
VincentHarkonnen Apr 10, 9:20 AM
So, how's Fairy Gone? :D Is this the Attack on Titan killer we've been waiting for?

Also, this. The old Chinese saying that "petitions always changed three things: jack, fucking and shit" couldn't get stronger right now :D
VincentHarkonnen Mar 7, 4:42 AM
As much as I never liked the whole "OST from older installments as DLC" approach, it does sound super nostalgic this time around, probably because we didn't get too many Soul Blade references in the first place :D

Yeah, Xiba was like a noisy Fairy Tail character, with that Shounen attitude of his. SC V's biggest strength was Multiplayer without a doubt, but for a guy like me, who's not exactly into getting slammed by others in Ranked matches, it still doesn't work, sadly. VI seems to be on the right track so far, though. As long as they won't ignore the Single Player aspect this time around, I can give this game a go. Yeah, to answer your question, I might buy this game one day, but for now, I still want to get to Tekken 7 beforehand. I'm actually more of a Tekken guy rather than SC guy, even if SC VI does seem to be far more appealing in terms of the Single Player aspect alone (then again, Tekken 7's campaign was a hilarious disaster, except of the final fight, which was amazing). But yeah, when I'll get the game and you'll still be playing VI t the time, you can mop the floor with me anyday :D

Happy belated birthday, by the way! :)
VincentHarkonnen Mar 3, 4:25 AM
Hah, I never owned a Dreamcast (another console which was extremely obscure in Poland, even if my other friend owned it. We've played Dead or Alive on it though), so SC I went completely under my radar, but I used to play Soul Blade on the PSX a ton. I remember maining Siegfried in this game, seeing him as Nightmare in SC II years later was mindblowing to the teenage me :D It also reminds me how I always wanted to get good at playing as Cervantes, but it always ended in a crushing failure. Like my fighting game prowess in general :D I also remember how mindblowing Mitsurugi's ending was in Soul Blade, where it suddenly turns into dodging musket shots in first person, which determines the actual closure, based on if you get shot or not.

Yeah, I'm a fan of this fighting style as well. And, just like you, never cared much about Xianghua. 11 stages sounds pretty bad, yet still better than Anthem's power armor selection :D The one thing I want VI to fix is... pretty much everything V messed up. Short endings in Arcade mode, a cool mode where you win fights with different conditions and unlock more weapons, and no more incestous mumbo jumbo with Patroklos and not-Sophitia. I will give V that though - I never liked Taki too much, but Natsu had a pretty cool design. Too bad that all of those younger replacement characters got zero development in this game.

VincentHarkonnen Mar 2, 4:20 AM
To be honest, I can hardly remember SC III myself, I have the fondest memories of SC II (my friend was a rare example of a Polish person owning an Xbox back then, so I could at least try Spawn out), but then my brain just skips to later games. I guess it was simply because the second one was so revolutionary, that III left a smaller impact on me by comparison.

I personally liked V's Tira the most, the classic twintails won me over :D But I can see why you enjoy the new design as well, it will probably grow on me too with time. Right now, it's more of the usual "this character doesn't look like she used to anymore" shocker to me :D Never say never, many fans want Hwang to return, even if he's supposedly evil now, according to the barely-canon Quick Battle fights in V. Just make him an unlockable main antagonist in the DLC or something. In all honesty, I can see Bandai Namco trying to go for the payable character route with him, given that Tira received such treatment too.
VincentHarkonnen Mar 1, 11:09 AM
Same, she's my favourite female character from these games, even more wholesome than Voldo-chan :D
I still remember seeing Amy back in one of the PS2 installments, when she was only able to say her name. Got intrigued by her instantly, drill hair helped too :D Can't say I'm a fan of Tira's new design, though. It's not awful, but her hair looks kinda derpy.
VincentHarkonnen Feb 28, 11:00 AM
*stares at Amy avatar* GREETINGS, FELLOW MAN OF VIETNAMESE CULTURE.