Who don’t want to be a good student!, But when a guy don’t know, how to be a good student then he/she how to be a good student!!.. Let’s know about that,
1. Make a study plan
If you study only when you feel like it, you will never study. Making a study plan for the week or month, making sure you schedule in specific skills will help you to keep on task.If you study only when you feel like it, you will never study. Making a study plan for the week or month, making
sure you schedule in specific skills will help you to keep on task.
2. Set SMART targets
S.M.A.R.T. targets are targets which are: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-based.
Don’t just say that you want to “speak better English” or that you want to “get a 6.5 in your IELTS exam”, but mention a specific part of the English language that you want to improve something that you can measure so that you know when you’ve achieved that target, something realistic and attainable, something relevant or useful your you as an individual and then set a time in which you want to achieve it.
3. Don’t worry about making mistakes
When we are learning a language, we always make mistakes. You should definitely not be afraid of making mistakes in the classroom because the lesson is a “safe space” where you can make mistakes which will then be corrected by the teacher. However, you should also not be afraid to make mistakes outside of the classroom either. Most people, even native speakers of English don’t have perfect English, so you should focus more on communication and conversation rather than.
4. Take every opportunity to practice your reading and listening.
Read books and articles on a topic of study, or interest. Whether this is in connection with a course, or just at your own leisure, encouraging yourself to read is a highly effective way to increase understanding of new concepts. Take a trip to the library, or invest in some classics on a topic to provide the best reading materials to self-study. Watch educational videos to keep yourself actively engaged in a concept.
There are many tutorial videos that are intended for
teaching people new skills, or educational shows
aimed at complementing what students learn in
Whether you are trying to learn another language, or figuring out how to conduct a science experiment, you can greatly benefit from the audio and visual walk-through.
5. Take every opportunity to practice your speaking
Many students come to the UK and end up only speaking to their teacher and to their classmates.
The teacher often speaks more slowly and “grades their language” (adapts their English to the level of the class), and obviously classmates make similar mistakes to those you make.
The only way to really use your English in real-life
situations is to go out and meet new people.
6. Have a dedicated study area
A study area is vital to study effectively. You could have an office at home, a desk in your bedroom or you could use the Student Resource Center at Bloomsbury International. Your study area should have a tidy work space with no clutter or distractions, and should be well-lit.
7. Learn how to take effective notes
Invest in highlighters, colored pens and sticky notes because they are useful tools to take notes. If you keep notes while you are learning, it will enable you to keep the information in your brain for longer, and it will help you build valuable organisational skills.
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