Failing a class
Failing a class has become a big issue to deal not only for students, but also for parents and even teachers who have to look for new approaches in order to make students improve their performance. But what happens when those methods seem not to work well and students can not up their grades? In response to these questions, new researchings have determined that failing at class have both biological factor and environmental roots. A great number of children give up or fail because of mild neurological problems that affect certain capabilities such as reading, writing, numerical reasoning and even their ability to understand what teachers are explaining during the class. However, the biologycal conditions are not the only causes why children fail a class; the environment also plays an important role to explain the reasons of school failure. The first environmental cause of failing a class may be lack of motivation. The majority of children need to know why they are studying. For the most part of unmotivated students, giving up and then starting over is difficult. It is proved that having long-term goals are good methods for motivating themselves. Besides, students usually expect to hear a gratification not only for a big accomplishment but also for a simple one. Likewise, being surrounded by role models encourage them to keep on studying through some patterns given by those models. A second environmental cause may be unsuitable nourishment. Recent studies have established that healthy food that contains low-fat proteins and carbohydrates is essential for children’s concentration. A person who is studying must eat at least three
meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and avoid junk food intake because it can result in poor nutrition, reducing the children’s ability to process information. In addition to lack of motivation and an inadequate diet,...