But when facing higher level of education, we are approached with countless challenges for learning from different aspects, it is then we adapt from our experiences and instincts of what level is required of us. “If a student fails to understand some aspects of a lesson in class, he or she must possess the self-awareness and strategic knowledge to take corrective action” (Zimmerman, 2000, p65). As Zimmerman exclaimed that we ought to be “self-aware”, to be self-aware is to comprehend and perceive our particular strengths and weaknesses to face these issues and adjust to be successful in tertiary education. As Zimmerman says, “this perspective focused instead on what students need to know about them self in order to manage their limitations during efforts to learn…” (Zimmerman, 2000). There are limitations for myself which are essential to be self-aware and obligatory to be deliberated in order to complete higher education.
Students who have a growing hate for homework may think that “Repeating the same problems over and over is boring, difficult, and only reinforces the practice of discipline” (20 pros and cons). Repetition is not always the correct path to take students down to get them to like something or make them better at something. Teaching them fun and non stressful information is the correct way. Work after school should be used in a beneficial way rather than being stressful and
It is fundamental in our personal and professional lives. In academia, writing has become central as a measure for academic success. Students attempt to gain more control over improvement of English writing skill (Hamid, 2012). As writing process approach has transformed the method of teaching writing starting from students' final products to the process of writing, directive feedback has since become an important feature in writing instruction. This is due to how good feedback helps students understand their subject area and gives them clear guidance on how to improve their learning (Orsmond et al.,
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These studies suggest that collaborative writing provides learners with opportunities to learn through a discussion of the language they are using. The author suggests that working in pairs, and receiving feedback on writing in pairs, can enhance the language learning opportunities for learners through their ability to scaffold each other 's contributions and knowledge. This research assumes that the learners are discussing and deliberating on particular features of the language. While this level of collaboration between peers is implausible in my research, the teacher provides the discussion as peers annotate the corrections. The main conclusions are that discussion about errors combined with indicating the errors are supportive of learning.
Dictation is one technique of writing: listening, reading and writing skills combine to achieve write correctly. Development of the grammar, they should practice repetition of what they have already learned and practice new thing that is harder to master. And the development of writing, they should write to the changing pattern of incidents within the meaning of the event. For example, if events happen in the past, they must use past tense. If events happen in the present, they must use present tense.
Another goal would be to figure out my writing style; consequently, this will help the writing process become easier and more enjoyable. Lastly, I want to improve from each writing assignment, and not make the same mistakes on the next writing assignment. With setting and achieving these goals; consequently, I will set myself up for success in composition two. To conclude, I have made a lot of progress when looking back on my first paper in this class. I have learned many new techniques, and will continue to learn many other techniques.
Likewise, the teacher may underestimate the number of self-corrections the child uses while reading the text, a good strategy which should be encouraged. I also believe that a teacher must write down their findings as the analysis is being carried out because it is amazing how much information can be forgotten by the end of the reading