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ENG 202C - Proposaal

ENG 202C - Proposaal - Proposal for"A Better Class...

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Proposal for: “A Better Class Environment to Increase Studies at Penn State Altoona” By John Smith I: Description : Each year education increases in difficulty for school students. Although most students expect and adapt to the change, there are still concerns of ways to make learning a painless and less stressful process. A major problem in education involves the student’s ability to retain information discussed in the classroom. Retaining information can be very difficult if the learning atmosphere is strenuous or uncomfortable. The lighting, comfort and location of a classroom have a direct effect on a student’s education. The lighting of a classroom plays a major part in student education. A student, no matter the subject of the class, is required to read some type of material during class. A chalkboard, a textbook, a notebook or even a newspaper article is a possible type of reading material that may be used in a classroom. This means that a student’s eye sight is extremely important in the learning process. Stressing a student’s eyesight could be detrimental to the overall performance in class. Another key element of concern is the comfort of the seating for the student’s desk in a classroom. A student, if not comfortable in a classroom seat, will not be able to retain as much information as needed. The student’s attention will be focused more on the comfort of the seat rather than the professor’s significant material. The location of a classroom is also a major concern relating to a student’s performance in class. If a student must walk up more than one flight of stairs while carrying a load of heavy books, the feeling of fatigue will set in before the student even reaches the classroom. This would cause the student to be unwilling to pay full attention while the
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