Effect of Voluminous Materials and Lecture Notes on Reading Part 2 - ETCSINES

Effect of Voluminous Materials and Lecture Notes on Reading Part 2 - ETCSINES


Reading would have been more fun if we are allowed to read at a reasonable pace and also read the required materials for a particular course or subject.  As much as it his good to read, we also need to read the required things to add value to ourselves. Many lecturers believe that reading different lecture notes together at the same time is going to aid the process of acquiring more knowledge.

If we can reduce the volume of the things we table down for students to read, they will want to read and assimilate more and at the same, this will reduce the rate of cramming to the barest minimum. If the students do not have so much tabled in their front to read, they will want to read the small piece they have with them religiously and comprehend what is in the book but in a situation whereby they have to much to read, they will subscribe to the cramming option. On this note, I want to opine that the notes that will be given should be minimized and they should allow students read at a reasonable pace.

I support reduced workload and voluminous reading 

Written by: Omolola Adeboye Adekunle (B.Sc Mass Communication)

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