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  • Talking is rarely an easier way of learning!

    When students talk in lessons, it may start as a way of getting along with the work and understanding the opinions of others. But these gradually change from the opinion formed on a maths sum to an opinion about music, a party last weekend or yesterdays football.

    Ofcourse, its perfectly possible to talk about what is being taught in class and excel by getting a range of opinions. However, this can encourage plagiarism, and teachers are not aware of it occuring.

  • Talking is rarely an easier way of learning!

    When students talk in lessons, it may start as a way of getting along with the work and understanding the opinions of others. But these gradually change from the opinion formed on a maths sum to an opinion about music, a party last weekend or yesterdays football.

    Ofcourse, its perfectly possible to talk about what is being taught in class and excel by getting a range of opinions. However, this can encourage plagiarism, and teachers are not aware of it occuring.


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