Having your study group at the same time each week allows students to fit it into their permanent schedule at time when they're going to be available the entire year.
The following are strategies for maximizing the effectiveness of time spent studying in groups:
Each member of the study group should review lecture notes, complete select readings from the textbook, and identify specific subjects to study.
I. Advantages of Time Management - in order to be successful they must balance their time wisely among many commitments such as classes, study time family, friends, and possibly employment a. gain time b. motivates and initiates c. promotes review d. eliminates cramming e. reduces anxiety II. Disadvantages a. Distractions come in all shapes and sizes....
When the child doesn't have any sibling it won't be knowing about the behavior of the other gender.
Studying in a co-ed school helps the child to understand the opposite sex and adjust with them.
Further, when they grow up they need to work in an environment wherein they have to interact with males as well as females.
Study Group also helps the post study to get the best job,opportunities and business bcoz every group member of that group knows every ones capablity,cabablity ,approach and presentation and in business after study they can solve each others deficulties through discussion.
All members of the study group can improve his/her problem-solving abilities, by working together to solve difficult questions. And if the group does this on a regular basis, all members will learn the skill-set required to solve any type of problems. This can be a definite asset, to be transferred to other courses, and eventually to a future career.
This creates a need for students to work on learning the course material primarily outside of the classroom. The formation of study groups have been found to improve the learning experinece for many first-year university students. Here are some of the benefits study groups provide:
The following are advantages of study groups and the strategies for making study groups effective.
The following are the greatest benefits of joining a study group.
"To Be of Use" by Marge Piercy
When this poem first came out, in the early 1970's, copies were tacked to every activist bulletin board imaginable. What is it about "work that is real" that is so elusive in our society and so integral a goal in efforts at change?
Summarize the personal qualities of the people that Piercy loves best. Have you known someone who exhibits these traits? Describe the kind of work ethic you admire in others. Describe your own work ethic.
How does this poem have broader application to community? To the theme of hope?
In many parts of America today there is high unemployment or only minimum wage jobs. How important is work to individual citizens and society? Beyond financial compensation in wages and benefits, what else does work provide for people? What happens when decent paid work disappears? Research unemployment in your community, the experience of the long-term unemployed, and groups that are working to reduce it.
These benefits also reduce some of the problems Professor Michael Cox observed in the application of social sciences, namely academic specialisation and empirism; group-thinking; and assumptions made by pol...
Minnesota's Rochester Community & Technical College assigned The Impossible as a common reading across the curriculum, which meant sociology, English, political science, nursing, even some chemistry students. Their digital arts students read it, then made a wall opposite the college bookstore where you touch various tiles and hear the voices of different students reading their favorite quotes. Their speech students did dramatic interpretative readings of the poems. Art students created installations taking off from various essays. The school's health classes used the Terry Tempest Williams essay for breast cancer awareness week and the Diane Ackerman one for discussions of youth suicide prevention. One young woman did a whole slide show giving background on an essay about the mothers of the disappeared in Argentina and the people who succeeded in getting the Nazis to free 1700 imprisoned Jews from the Berlin police station. She asked people to write responses on Post-it notes while they watched, then into a poem that she read to the class. Students in most of the classes did accompanying community service projects, and those Loeb met in a recent visit said they found the book completely inspiring. The school also created a special including annotated study questions, profile and annotated biographies of the authors Loeb included, and links to student and to a video of . They also compiled their own of student essays responding to my themes. You can more information from coordinator .