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  • Math On The High School

    Public on by Cyun Lee

    Three little words which have frightened more high school pupils than any slasher movie. In spite of best efforts, a lot of summer school pupils – about half, relating to published reports – fail to pass mathematics the second time around. It sounds simple, but research has proven that students right in front of the room are more receptive. Front row students have a tendency to take more notes – and more accurate, more detailed notes, – leading to better understanding, better supplies for review, and eventually better grades. Teachers are human – that are better and spend more of their time helping pupils who communicate with them, and once you sit up front, you make more visual contact.

    Even before you get to the first class, set up perhaps a quiet place to work or study, either at home or perhaps a library, or any place quiet. Have everything in one place – a binder or a notebook with research, tests, solutions, issues, classwork, other things. Do not come to course with what I call Compound prejudice – you do not know exactly what you do not know. Know exactly what you do not know before your first class. You might seem like they defeated you, but these old text books, notes, tests, research, tutor comments, can certainly help you now.

    Get a common sense of what you found simple, and what you struggled with. Come to your top class with perhaps a written list of the trouble spots, and show them to the instructor. The text was designed to go throughout the process detail by detail, and is a fundamental support for what you learned in class. Summer school is quickly, the same program have been working for months throughout the regular school term may be covered in mere weeks. No way will you be capable of making up the work if you do not attend class every day.

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