They are both thought provoking and enrichening dramas which examine what it means to be a teacher,they ask where do we draw the lines between the professional and the personal, and how far we can go in both extremes: to what extent should we show the human sides as teachers? To what extent should we keep a professional distance? These two dramas present two vastly different stances, which invite discussions on the question of a teacher's role and the way teacher is seen. The second one has a bit more broader scope, however, as it deals with a very ethical problem and presents human weaknesses, which Maya in Queen's Classroom could be said to avoid- in some ways, and yet not quite. However, Maya's methods in Queen's classroom will also leave you thinking about a teacher's ethics. Both dramas are excellent for discussion of teacher v students, both make statements- one more ethical, other more about society, and leave you with a lot of food for thought.