Uninterest Essay

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Ask any student that is wandering around what words they would use to describe school; the answer will most likely be that it is mind-numbingly boring. Getting an education isn’t inherently uninteresting, but the way that it is taught can lead a student to believe that it isn’t worth their time. It appears to be that the causes of student’s uninterest are lesson plans, the idea that what they’re learning is meaningless, and the lack of freedom involved in the school system.
The lesson plans that teachers think of for their students can be at two varying ends of the spectrum for an individual student. The lesson can either be too hard or too easy for an individual. When a lesson plan is too easy, the student is not engaged enough and their brain isn’t stimulated enough to garner interest. When the lesson plans are too hard, the student gets overwhelmed and anxious. This can then lead them to not care because they feel as if they’re not smart enough for the task. The way students learn can also hold a big influence. Students are forced to passively learn in most classes, which means that the student has to listen to the teacher lecture while they sit in a chair for
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I know there have been times where I feel like I’ve taken the same class more than once because of the repeated ideas. For example, in any science class there is always the mention of Isaac Newton or in an English class the mention for citing sources correctly. A more recent problem for uninterested students as of late is the invention of the Internet. Information is readily available at any moment in time, making a class where you have to sit and listen to a teacher lecture less appealing. Any student would rather work in their own environment at their own pace, which brings me to my next

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