One of the most positive effects when the class is under students’ control is helping them overcome fear. Many people suppose public speaking be even scarier than death, according to the University Center, Rochester. And joining in a class like this can help them to defeat fear. Additionally, “a study by North Carolina Cooperative Extension of 98 young people ages 9 to 18 who participated in a public speaking program found that public speaking increased confidence” (Myers, 2010). Thus, students’ talking in class not only help them win the common psychological barrier but also build confidence when facing with the crowd.
Besides, this fresh type of learning form creates a friendly and comfortable environment among students so that they can easily share their points of view about the same topic. It is usually a custom (habit) for many people to claim what professors have told is always right, so they will keep silent in spite of their different stands. However, if the person presenting the topic is a student – their classmate, they will ready to exchange ideas and debate to find the truth. Therefore, this approach plays an important role in reinforcing learners’ insight and carving knowledge into their minds.
Last but not least, student’s doing most of talking in class can improve communication skill in individuals. In today’s rapidly changing information