How do teaching methods in college differ between the U.S. and China?
There are a lot of differences in the cultural and customs between U.S. and China. The teaching methods in college are real different in this two country because of this. I have study in the college in China last year, and I am studying in the college in the U.S. now. I have experienced the different teaching methods. Some of the teaching methods are same, but a great many of them are different. In my opinion, the teaching methods in college in the U.S. is better. It can bring student more knowledge and attract student to learn hard. In the China college, individual working is the best way to get a good grade. I don't need to do the homework the teachers gave and I even don't need to take most classes. The only thing I need to do is review hard in the final month and do a good job in the final test. In the U.S. college, my final grade is depend on all part of my daily study like the homework, attending the class and all the quiz and the test. Every class I attended and homework I did will improve my final grade. I need to do everything the teachers gave. The other important thing is the group working. Group working is the useful way to study better in the U.S. college. Like you need to take group working in the presentation and in the most time on the class. The first reason to prove my opinion is the different teaching and learning methods. The way in the U.S. is group working. As an example, Connolly said: "Group working can expanded the superiority and it is the art of working. The people who have a same goal work together whether the goal is explicit or implicit. It is based on the notion and the dynamic relationships between these group numbers. This can create a synergy and generate the energy " (2008, 1) His sentence shows us the meaning of the group working. It is a good way for studying and it is the art of working. Group working can solve some very difficult question like...
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