Waiting None Make Lonely Heart

Waiting None Make Lonely Heart

Waiting None Make Lonely Heart

        Sometimes we feel alone while there is none in our heart although we are in the crowded area. Everything we do is a pain. However, be sure there is always Allah in in our heart. And below is the poem about Waiting None Make Lonely Heart that I want to share to you. Everything depends on you to appraise the content of Waiting None Make Lonely Heart below. I just want to amuse you all through the following poem. (also read : POEM ABOUT LAST BREATH BEFORE DEATH)

Here is a poem about Waiting None Make Lonely Heart:

Waiting None Make Lonely Heart

Lonely days lonelier nights

Staring blankly at the flickering screen

Or simply into a distance

Where nothing but pain awaits

It is not a kind pain

Not the pain of the body that heralds healing

Or reminds me not to do that

Not a brief pain

It is a pain of the soul

A pain so deep and timeless it will never leave me

A pain of the mind

Bringing night terrors and days of torment

How many ways have I tried to fix myself

My broken self my empty heart

My fatal addictions

My distractions from reality

I can’t count them all

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How to make students interested in learning

How to make students interested in learning

How to make students interested in learning

How to make students interested in learning

        It’s difficult to teach students when they do not cooperate or they are “bored”. Maybe they are more interested in what each other has to say than what we have prepared for them. To avoid the situation as being imaged above, the following strategies can be applied as the ways How to make students interested in learning. (also see : The Term Related to Learning Process)

Below are activities on How to make students interested in learning:

  • Know your students’ names and use their names as often as possible.
  • Plan for every class; never try to wing it. Remember that every class has specific character.
  • Pay attention to the strengths and limitations of each of your students. Reward their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses.
  • Vary your instructional strategies; use lectures, demonstrations, discussions, case studies, groups, and more strategies.
  • Review the learning objectives with your students. Be sure students know what they are expected to learn, do, know, etc.
  • Have students participate. It is better to get students involved in activities.
  • Move around the room as you teach. Don’t just sit down on the chair in front of the class.
  • Make your classes relevant. Be sure students see how the content relates to them and the world around them.
  • Keep smile. Don’t show your face upset.
  • Put some excitement into your speech; vary your pitch, volume and rate.
  • Give lots of examples. (Also read other article at : Remember Ending of Life in The World)
  • Encourage students to share their ideas and comments, even if they are incorrect. You’ll never know what students don’t understand unless you ask them.
  • Maintain eye contact and move toward your students as you interact with them. Nod your head to show that you are listening to them.
  • Provide opportunities for students to speak to the class.
  • if it possible, be available before class starts, during break, and after class to visit with students.
  • Be consistent in your treatment of students.
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