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Why do high school students need remedial classes?
and what are some of the benefits of taking remedial classes...
Remedial classes will teach students better study and learning habits need for college level course work.
Remedial classes are sometimes necessary to compensate for different learning standards...
(rather than fail ask as many questions as necessary) work on understanding of basics before they even begin their real class. allowing each student to work at the level they are truly on, the basics subjects such as math or English etc.
What are remedial classes?
Remedial Classes can in fact be useful tools to a more complete grasp of difficult ideas or rules.
Remedial classes are often used to stress the basics in a subject such as math or English. They are useful in helping students who are having problems with advanced concepts fully understand the basis of a subject.
... remedial classes stress basic concepts that must be understood before complicated ideas can be applied.
These classes act as a safety valve for struggling students, allowing them to work at the level they are truly on, rather than fail because they are not on the level with the standards of the class.
Remedial classes can be a positive environment for students suffering from low-self esteem, as they are encouraged to ask as many questions as necessary to understand their subject, - remedial English classes, grammar, spelling and vocabulary are often stressed, Remedial math will usually focus on basic mathematical functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
By getting these concepts firmly in mind, students will be more able to focus on learning complex applications, remedial classes can help you to get a better understanding of your subject. By drilling yourself in the basics, you are making a smart choice that will lead you to better keep up with advanced classes, will teach you better study and learning habits.
Thanks for the heads up. Now remedial classes do not seem so bad.
Remedial classes are actually good for students who didn't have a 75 or better in their English test throughout high school. Students will have greater self esteem than in their regular English classes all the remedial classes offer very good help.
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