Essay About the Positive and or Negative Effects of Studying Alone or Studying in a Group
First the material is divided up into topics which are taken one at a time. The first student takes one aspect of the material and predicts a test question based on it. The next student in the circle tries to give the best possible answer to the question. The next student tries to add information, to develop another way of organizing the answer, or to suggest variations on the question. Each student in turn tries to add to the original answer until the circle comes back again to the one who originally answered the question. The next student then poses another question, and the process starts again. This way all students have a chance to predict questions and to add information that will be of help to others.
It is true that classroom learning is prone to bias by the teacher or the school administration.
Studying is no different. In order to succeed you must try each option and stick to what works. Personally, I enjoy studying with groups because I feel less stress and feel like they keep me on task more often. When I am studying alone I can sometimes catch myself an hour into random videos on YouTube. Each method has several different advantages and disadvantages, it is up to you to decide which method will yield the best results.
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