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Mini-Quiz: Class Participation Improves Your Grades

by Ron Kurtus (11 July 2012)

Take this Mini-Quiz to check your understanding of the lesson material.



1. Why do teachers want students to participate in class?

To help the students learn the subject

Because the teachers are just plain mean

To let their favorite students shine

2. Why should you try to sit near the front in class?

So you can be one of the first out of the room when the class is over

To avoid having to sit behind someone you don't like

So the teacher can see you want to learn

3. How does participation help you learn and remember?

It really doesn't help much at all

Answering questions and being involved helps to ingrain the material in your mind

Participation shows other students how smart you are

If you got all three correct, you are on your way to becoming a Champion in Getting Good Grades. If you had problems, look over the material again.


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