For your information some teachers evaluate you by how you participate in class discussions. Your grade may depend on it a lot and you won’t even know this sitting quietly and pretending to listen. It is one thing when the subject interests you a lot, but some subjects just don’t. What should you do then?
There are some practical ways of how you can get ready to such classes. Begin to underline key factors.
• Know what to say before the class begins. Let’s say, you were assigned to read a chapter of some text books. You have to read it, as it is obvious the next day’s discussion will be based on that reading. You don’t have to be an essay writer to do this. Just be a diligent student and this will be enough.
• Investigate your teacher’s manners. It will take a few lessons for you to understand your educator’s style. While some will ask straight-forward questions (it happens during objective subject classes), others will ask for your opinion (expect to see during your English Literature class). Despite of the style you need to be fully prepared. If these are questions, then make sure you have the answers. If they are opinions, then develop some.
• Help out. Let’s say someone asks the question you know the answer to. It is a great chance to shine. This will be a sign to your teacher that you actually pay attention.
• Demonstrate by your body language communication that you’re locked in with fair, unified consideration. When you are prepared to help, sit around the edge of your seat; incline forward a touch of showing that you are included, as well as have something vital to include. Still, don’t be noisy, excessively energetic, or demanding consideration! Be not kidding, sensibly affable, amicable and let yourself grin a bit, fittingly. (At the end of the day be modest: you can be appreciated as an extraordinary participator without being odd or being detested, not going about as on the off chance that you seem to be “unique”.)
• Disagree. If you a reading a book and your teacher seems to support author’s opinion, say that you are not (if you are, of course). Raise your hand and know how to back your words with your personal point of view. You don’t have to agree on everything with the teacher.
To add everything said above, here are a few more points to remember:
Talk clearly- this may appear weird, the clearer your speech is, the more confident you look and sound.
Taking notes additionally helps, so you can look them through when planning for a class.
Be nice with the educator. You don’t need to be the prude, yet get on his/her great side. Educators don’t play top picks, yet they do have them.
Does it still seem too complicated for you? These are the things that every student should do on their daily basis. It does not take long to learn how to do it, but the result will definitely impress you.