Not being able to do homework put students more prone to cheating. The negative effects of too much homework. Some people may say homework is a great way to review for a class or a great way for students to practice different concepts learned in class. However, what people do not realize is the negative effects homework can have on students. Many students stay up late trying to finish their homework and sometimes doesn’t get sleep at all.
The aim is to help we English teacher establish the appropriate attitude and provide more effective methods and techniques to enjoy our teaching profession. Keywords: ESL Teaching 1. Introduction In China, many teachers of English feel that teaching English is an extremely difficult business. Many of them felt distressed, unmotivated after several failures in teaching English. To help students improve their English, teachers have tried different methods.
So it is getting harder for them to pay constant focus because of frequent shifting their minds. Furthermore, the adoption of advanced techniques has remarkably hurt student’s productivity in learning. In the article, one of the surveys Richtel showing says “About 60 percent said it hindered students’ ability to write and communicate face to face, and almost half said it hurt critical thinking and their ability to do homework.” (2) Now because technology has been popularized, young people get
This, however, is very off-putting for young learners, many of them tend to lose the interest in the subject. Furthermore, the pressure of testing is the most damaging to young students or pupils. They strongly believe that testing will have a strong impact in their lives, because of this they spend hours studying and memorizing, leaving too less of time for themselves. What is more, the emphasis that is put on examining causes unnecessary stress and sometimes even worse consequences such as depression or chronic fatigue. Despite the disadvantages, it is undeniable that testing is needed.
INTRO: For most children, school is a mandatory requirement that they grow to increasingly loathe as the classes get more difficult. Perhaps the reason that they abhor this institution so much is because school represses their natural urge to ask questions and inquire about the world around them. The present system of education, with its emphasis on testing and grades, puts too much pressure on students to demonstrate the acquisition of knowledge, rather than encourage the inquisitive nature of children. BODY1: Take for instance, the concept of testing. Tests are growing to be an increasing source of stress for youngsters as they reach adolescence and early adulthood.
Improve Your Listening Author Note This Paper is being written on October 28th, 2011 by Scott Palmer for Kimberly Smiths’ Intro to Communications Course at Rasmussen College Improve your Listening We all know that sometimes it is hard to listen. For whatever reason, we may be tired or anxious about our own input into the conversation, and we become ineffective listeners. When communicating, I have noticed that I have some weaknesses in my listening techniques. When getting a talking to by my parents, friends, or acquaintances, I have a problem with pseudo listening, I pretend that I care what she has to say when I really have other things on my mind. I become a very defensive listener, treating everything they say as a personal attack because most of my attention is elsewhere and I am daydreaming and missing all the signs of verbal and nonverbal communications.
Learning ahead is not a bad thing to do, but doing that too much rings brings defects usually. Whenever students study over their grades ahead, most of them do not listen to class completely. It is because they think they know everything specifically. That is why they are also lazy in school activities. However, if they do like this, their scores would become bad and the purpose of going to school would decrease.
They are good at copying, but cannot express ideas and thoughts on their own. I have this problem with all levels of students here. Furthermore, Vietnamese students tent to be lazy and want to take a shortcut to most everything they do. They constantly cheat on exams and miss many classes-no matter how interesting and fun you make them. This seems to be in the culture of the Vietnamese-they think short-term and most do not look to the long term effect a good education can offer.
Though this may not be directly connected to middle school students it will still have an impact to them in life. Homework also creates stress. Stress from working too long, stress from anxiously hoping to get a good grade. WORD COUNT: 294 TOTAL: 294 It is estimated that 75% of student visits to the doctor are partly stress related. Thus pupils are not going to do as well as they could as a result of the sickness from the stress of their
Part 1.Problems Exist in teaching culture differences 1.Teachers lack the Cross-Cultural Awareness and Ability Commonly, teachers in China pay more attention to traditional grammar-translation method while neglecting cultural teaching in English class. However, the current problems in high school English teaching are that they emphasize primarily teaching English vocabularies and English grammars; most teachers focus on the sentences’ structures and grammars knowledge analysis, and neglect of culture teaching. For example, in my high school, my English teacher thinks teaching cultural knowledge is a waste of time, because the time one class had is limited. And if to do it in the classroom; he cannot complete courses on time, and therefore affect the process of teaching, even the scores of students. In order to help students get through the English exams, teachers spend lots of time explaining and practicing vocabulary and grammar knowledge in class, while ignoring the different cultural contexts.