O Where are you Going Poem Summary

O Where are you Going Summary


The Reader asked the Rider about his destination. He threats him that the valley is full of fatal dangers and there are heaps of rubbish giving out bad smell. The whole valley is like a grave.


He further threats that the path chosen by the Rider is very hard, tortuous and slow. There are hard stones and various hurdles.


The Reader also mentions the supernatural horrible creatures to discourage the Rider. He says that invisible forces will attack you from behind. And you will suffer strange painful diseases.


The Rider answers courageously that glory and success always wait for the courageous one and can not be achieved without endurance, determination and steadfastness.

Note: There are three types of distance technologies used in the learning process. The first type is a case-based technology based on paper carriers. This is primarily educational tools, called workbooks, which are accompanied by a tutor. The tutor supports telephone, post, and other communication with students, and also can directly meet with students at counseling centers or training centers. The second technology is television and satellite. It is very expensive and has little use. Its main drawback is weak interactivity, that is, feedback. And, finally, the third technology is Internet training, or network technology. Most often in the distance learning process all the above technologies are used in different proportions. Distance education began to develop intensively in Europe and the US in the early 70’s. The reasons for the spread of this education are simple: every person, regardless of his nationality and location, can receive a diploma from any institution. Most of the training specialists view distance education as a highly promising form, as it can suit many, and is cheaper.

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