The issue is that all faculty should be required (to)spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they tech(teach) so as to improve the quality of instruction at the college and university level. The issue seems to be sound at first glance; however, looking this issue deeply and carefully, we can know this issue in(is?) not entirely cogent. In the following paragraph(s), I will try to illustrate my point view about this issue.
Admittedly, there is no denying that pragmatic sciences emerge and more colleges and universities establish(have eatablished) these practical departments than before. Owing to this phenomenon, the professors, teachers and faculty who belong to these pragmatic science departments not only gain the knowledge from books but also need more useful and practical experiences. If teachers and professors of the pragmatic sciences have practical experiences, their students will regard their teachings and lectures as persuasive. For example, journalism department offices always invite the successful reporters and journalists to their departments to teach their students.(as far as I am concerned, this example does not give the point-outside the academic world- a strong support) Due to the practical experiences of the faculty, the students of pragmatic sciences will easily understand what they learn and convince the professors and teachersí lessons. In addition, if professors and teachers of t(the) pragmatic sciences spend time working outside the academic world and engage in something that is relevant to the courses they teach, they can give their students useful suggestions and help students who are serious about pursuing a career in that field to make correct career decisions. Moreover, some social sciences researchers and professors always spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they teach because they want to acquire the accurate research data and results. That is to say, more social sciences faculty take advantage of working outside the academic world in order to discover social problems, observe social phenomena and explain depth meanings of social facts. I took sociology for example, more sociologists and professors of sociological departments of universities are inclined to participate in some groups and organizations with an eye to observing the problems, causes and results. In Taiwan(good one), one sociological researcher once spent one week prostituting in order to know why prostitutes engage in erotic jobs and interactions between prostitutes. Form what is mentioned above, we canít deny that faculty who belong to pragmatic or social sciences should be required to spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they teach for the purpose of benefiting their students and improving the quality of instruction at the college and university level.(this paragraph seems too long)
However, there are the other disciplines that their faculty is unnecessary to spend time working outside the academic world. To elaborate the above statement, natural scientists will puzzled when some people request them working outside the academic world. As everybody knows, natural scientists always spare no effort to do their studies in academic fields. For example, chemists must do their researches in laboratories. If you ask them spend time working outside the laboratories, they will confused and donít know what you are talking about.(I major in chemistry, actually we did have a lot of work to do outside the lab, but whatever, as an example it is reasonable) The other example is that mathematics professors in universities donít spend time working outside the academic world because working outside the academic world is futile to their research field. On account of the above explanation and examples, we can realize that not all faculty(faculties?) should be required to spend time working outside the academic world in that some researchers and professors of natural sciences should concentrate on academic field rather than do futility outside the academic world.
To sum up, it goes without saying that some faculty spend time working outside the academic world in professions relevant to the courses they teach will avail their students and better the quality of education at the college and university level. Nevertheless, not all disciplinesí faculty should necessitated spending time working outside the academic world, in contrast, some sciencesí faculty like natural scientists should be diligent in their academic world for the sake of improving their research and instruction qualities of colleges and universities. In the light of the above reasoning, the issue claim is compelling apparently in some part, but it is not entirely cogent.