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11/28/2018
Participating in class can make learning more fun, enriching, and engaging. To learn how you can participate in class effectively, read this post by The Tutoring Center, Lawrenceville GA.

How to Participate in Class

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Prepare for Your Classes

First things first: how can you expect to have something to add to your class, if you have no idea of what the subject is about or what your class is discussing? For that reason, you first need to prepare for your classes effectively if you want to be a more participative student. To prepare, be sure to do your homework, read your notes, and keep up with your scholarly duties. This way, you will be on the same page as the rest of the class, and you'll be able to participate in class discussions without interrupting the learning experience.

Remain Calm

A lot of the times, students will avoid raising their hand in class because they are intimidated by their peers and teachers. If you feel the pressure when you want to raise your hand, try your best to remain calm. After all, you're a student in school to learn, so it's okay if you make mistakes. Moreover, your classmates are also there to learn and they make mistakes as well. If you want to participate but feel nervous to do so, breathe in deeply and don't let negative thoughts take over your opportunity to become a better learner.

Treat Everybody With Respect

Could you imagine what a class discussion would look like if everybody decided to be disrespectful? There would be people shouting, noise everywhere, fights, and absolutely no learning to be done. For that reason, to keep the class discussions orderly and enriching, you should treat everybody with respect (i.e. your teacher and your classmates). This includes raising your hand, waiting for your chance to talk, speaking in a normal voice (not shouting), avoiding being disruptive, and not getting angry if you don't share the same opinion as one of your classmates. Following these tips will help your whole class have better discussions that will allow everybody to learn.

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Listen and Pay Attention

And since we're already on the topic of being respectful during your class discussions, you should make it a point to listen and pay attention to what your teachers and peers have to say. This is because, disregarding their points of view is incredibly rude. And it's probable that you wouldn't want the same done to you. Moreover, you never know what you could learn from what others share during class discussions. Not only that, but if you don't listen to them, you can end up repeating what somebody else just asked or said. This means that the class discussions won't be able to flow organically, which will hinder everybody's chance at having a successful learning opportunity.

Ask and Answer Questions

You may have the intention to become a more active member of your classes. However, you may find it difficult to find the right moment or chance to contribute. If this is the case, turn to the easiest class participation there is: asking and answering questions. If your teacher or another one of your peers asks a question that you know the answer to, raise your hand and reply. Likewise, if there are any lingering questions about the lessons you're going over, raise your hand and ask them. You never know who else could have the same questions as you.

Share Your Opinion

Last but not least, you should make an effort to share your opinion. If you have something to say, don't keep it to yourself and let the rest of the class know. When you do, you're expanding on the class' learning experience, as it's probable that some of your classmates share the same opinions you have. Moreover, when you share your opinion, you're inadvertently encouraging others to do the same, which will only enrich the class further. Once again, however, be sure to be respectful with your opinions, with how you voice them, and how you reply to people who may disagree with you.

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