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Students in Today’s Classroom Are Not Given Enough Freedom to Learn.

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Students in today’s classroom are not given enough freedom to learn.
The diversity of students in today's classrooms underscores the importance of developing curriculum, teaching strategies, and policies to help all students succeed in school. Effective literacy instruction builds upon the cultural and linguistic backgrounds, ways of making meaning, and prior knowledge that all children bring to the classroom. These teaching strategies and policies will encourage and support student achievement.
The teacher's expectations, often communicated in verbal and nonverbal ways, influence children's behavior and performance. In effect, children mirror the teacher's expectations. When those expectations are negative, the response of students also is negative. It can happen in a variety of ways.
There is one of the serious problems facing educational world, like, you stand up! You leave the class! Time is running short I have to complete the lesson. You just stop!
Above are some remarks passed by teachers in the class rooms? Students most of the time have questions unanswered in their mind or just keep asking other about their questions. Some teachers are very strict; they do not let the students fell free. They cannot even move away from their seats. Students undoubtedly are very creative, it damages their instinct. They have a lot of pressure. In this stressed situation they cannot produce their best which they can give in a very easy way it they are felt free. Student are the backbone of a nation, they need extra care to stay strong to stronger then the strongest. Students are like flowers in the garden, they need care, and then they can make the garden beautiful. Sometimes students know a lot, they get to quicker solution at that time they need appreciation, encouragement which help boasting their confidence level. We therefore as students assure the teachers that “If a little freedom is given, we could bring more to this world, there could be heard a silent...


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