by Kimberly Hill
Class is boring, I know. But there are some tricks you can use to make it more tolerable. For example, if the professor has a bad sense of humor and takes themselves too seriously - play along with their jokes or just laugh at them for being so ridiculous. If your teacher likes to talk about things that aren't related to what they're teaching - ask questions about those topics! Finally, if all else fails and the class is really dragging on - just think about how much money you'll save by not going out as often.
Play hangman with your classmates.
We all have classes that we're not too excited about, but there are ways to make them more bearable. If you're in a lecture class and the professor is talking for hours on end without stopping, try taking notes or highlighting important information. You can also try to imagine what it would be like if your teacher was teaching an exciting subject such as physics instead of history. For large lectures where professors do not allow laptops, find a friend and talk with each other while the professor speaks. In both cases, bring something interesting to read in case you get bored; this can include magazines or books from home! This way when the professor starts another long speech, you'll be able to enjoy reading uninterrupted.
Sometimes, it can be hard to survive a boring class. One way I've found that works is to take notes on what the teacher says. This helps me focus better and actually pay attention.
How do you pass time in a boring online class? Well, there are some things that you can do to make the class more interesting. There are many ways to make an online course more fun and interactive, but these six tips will help keep your attention during a long lecture.
In this blog post I am going to talk about how you can be more productive in your classes. Have you ever been bored in class? When we are bored, there is a high risk of us getting distracted and not paying attention. This leads to procrastination and ultimately poor grades. In order to prevent that from happening, here are 5 ways that will help you stay on top of things:
The day starts early for many students. You might have to wake up at 5:30 am, get ready and eat breakfast, walk to the bus stop or drive in rush hour traffic with your parents before you even arrive at school. Once you're there, it's important that you make the most of your time! This blog post is going to teach you what activities are good for 20 minutes in school.
No one likes to go through their days feeling like they're in a prison. With this blog post, I'll show you how to get out of your classes so that you can spend more time doing what YOU want to do! This blog post will give advice for four different situations: if the class is boring, if it's too hard, if there are bullies or people who make life difficult and if the teacher is bad.
So, you've just had the unfortunate luck of getting stuck in a class that you absolutely hate. In my experience, there are two ways to survive this harrowing ordeal:
The best way to kill time in class is by getting a good night's sleep the day before. You'll be more refreshed and ready for another lesson, which will make it easier to focus on what your teacher has to say rather than how much you're dreading going back tomorrow. If that doesn't work, try coming up with an idea for a blog post like this one! It sounds counterintuitive but there are few things nicer than having something else to think about when you can't stop checking Facebook or Twitter. And if all of these ideas don't help? Take out your phone and tweet us @BloggingTipsUSA so we know who needs some tips ASAP! We love hearing from our readership and would be happy.
About Kimberly Hill
Now it is just me, Kimberly Hill living in New York city, N.Y.
Loves to blog about various aspects of life that matter most.
Received the BA degree in Art History from Stanford University of California.