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2022, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

The relationship between learning English and the activity in the class


Author(s): Amani Yamani

Abstract: This paper explores the relationship between taking notes and interactive learning processes in the classroom. It will examine Fiore’s (1985) research in relation to classroom activities. This paper will also draw inferences from eight other sources. These assumptions will be based on my thesis, which states that interactive learning is more effective than taking down notes in the classroom. This paper will draw some of its arguments from Cole McCarthy, Rogan & Schleicher’s (1998) research’s it will include the results of a survey I took concerning learning in a classroom situation. Lastly, this paper will present an overview for interactive learning in the classroom.

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Amani Yamani. The relationship between learning English and the activity in the class. International Journal of Intellectual Disability. 2022; 3(1): 22-26.
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