1. Do you prefer to study at home or study in other places?
In my opinion, home is the perfect place for me to study in for two reasons. Firstly, because my parents go to work during the day, I am the only one at home, thus allowing me to study in a completely quiet place without any disturbance. Secondly, I consider my home the most comfortable place where I can read books in my pajamas while having a nice cup of latte. Even though I occasionally review in the school library, I still regard my home as the first place where I can involve myself in the world of knowledge.
2. What’s the difference between learning face-to-face with teachers and learning by yourself?
With face-to-face learning, the students can have a live interaction with a teacher, which means the students need to be present in a classroom in order to learn. Thus, face-to-face learning can help us get organized with studies because we need to be somewhere at a specific time and date. And if encountering a problem, we can ask the teacher for help. In contrast, learning by myself means that I can have flexible learning hours. I can choose to learn when I am in the best state for learning. However, if I have to solve all the problems by myself.
3. Do you like to learn on your own or with others?
I like to learn with others. When studying on my own, I will constantly see my subject material from a single perspective. Although this is sometimes beneficial, getting another perspective may assist me to learn a certain topic better. As I ask questions and listen, I will notice another viewpoint on one topic. Group learning will even assist me to develop critical thinking abilities. Besides the new perspectives, I can also learn new study methods when learning with others. Also, working together, I can learn faster. For instance, some part of the textbook that seems completely confusing to me could be quite clear to another student.