Do we add then subtract? Or subtract, and then add? Questions help us clarify things that we don’t understand. Word of advice: it doesn’t hurt to ask a question. People think others who ask a lot of questions are considered stupid. But that’s not the case. Questions actually teach us things that we did not know before the lesson. It is also the same case for requesting help. It won’t make you stupid; it will be beneficial to you. Also, the teacher won’t think that you are a dumb student if you need help. He or she will know that you are trying to learn more about this topic in class. Questions can help you with clarification.
“Does anyone have any questions?” asks my math teacher. No one raises his or her hand. The reality is that almost everyone in the classroom has a question but is afraid to ask.
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