Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Mirabella Buisson.
A student in an examination class (a student preparing for a final external examination) should get the detailed syllabus of the examination he intends to write. In the same vein, all students should have the terms' scheme of work on the first page of their mathematics note books. If the teacher fails to give it to them, they should ask or request for it.
You are not expected to pick a text book and begin to learn how to differentiate or integrate a mathematical equation in your first year in secondary school. You are also not expected to waste most of your time solving problems on addition and subtraction of Directed numbers in your final year in secondary school. There are things that are necessary for you to do at every point of your academic life. You can get to know what is required of you at every stage of your academic life through a detailed syllabus or the scheme of work.
At particular times in our lives we need the helping hands of somebody. This is applicable to everybody so it is not out of place for anybody to seek help from the right quarters. Help can come from your mates. You don't have to be ashamed going to your mates for help. They are the closest to offer help. It is only when they cannot find solution to your problem, you can then pay a visit to your teacher - you may even consider getting the needed help from students in higher classes before you go to your teacher.
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