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Diego Osorio Madrid
Miriam Salazar
English Language II, 200
October

Problems related with student’s learning The most important problems and descriptions are the following: A) Students don not have free time for everything : It is an academically problems because students do not know how to divide their time in a productive way. B) Vocation is topic which students confront every day in any career: It is a motivational problem because they feel confused about if they are in the correct career. C) The students are missing their families: It is a personal problem because if the student leaves the house and the family for study in other city, he will be missing them and getting demotivation.
Possible solutions: A) Time: 1) The student has to make a strict schedule and follow it perfectly. 2) Learn to say no more feasts. 3) Focus just in the academic things. 4) Every day give time to study English out of the classroom. 5) Be responsible with rest hours. 6) If the student is working he should leave his job. 7) Stop studying and leave the university. 8) Prioritize the academic things of extra programmatic activities. 9) Compare the things that the student has with other who is tidy and ask him; how do he do that? 10) Believe you are a slave of your studies and does not exist other thing in your life.

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B) Vocation: 1) Think in the future and what opportunities do you have. 2) Analyze the question “Why I am studying?” 3) Assist always to class and start to love you career as when you started first semester. 4) Ask to other older students about study life experiences. 5) Investigate how the real work of teacher inside and outside the classroom is. 6) Compare the career with other and try to make difference and similarities.…...

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