Taking Private Lessons and Learning in a Classroom
Technological and social advances have led to a great many changes in all aspects of life. People have changed their way of living, entertaining, working and studying. These changes have created different forms of learning and teaching methods. Some students prefer taking private lessons whereas some others prefer learning in a classroom. Even though there are a great many similarities between private lessons and classroom lessons, there are also important differences.
To begin with, there are significant similarities between learning through private lessons and classroom studies. The first similarity is to have a schedule. For example, students , both in private lessons and the classroom, have to follow a certain schedule. Subjects are taught according to a program, not randomly. The second similarity is that students have to do homework in both situations. If students do not do homework, they can not improve their knowledge about that lesson. In brief, having a certain schedule and doing homework are important similarities between private lessons and classroom studies.
Despite similarities, private lessons and classroom studies have some differences as well. The first difference is to ask questions comfortably. In private lessons, students can ask their questions comfortably while students in the classroom can not do this because of the high number of students in the classroom. Physical comfort is the second difference between these two forms. Private lessons can be held in a comfortable room on comfortable seats and desks or even in a cafe where the student and the teacher can have tea or coffee. However, in a classroom, there are desks and chairs, which are usually not very comfortable. As a result, asking questions comfortably and physical comfort are visible differences between these two learning forms.
To sum up, there are not only similarities, but also differences between private lessons and...
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