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Basic Survey on Study in Japan III - Topics: The Trend in Senior High School Students 14. Non-class-related work and unnecessary talking during classes are decreasing.


The Trend in Senior High School Students
Non-class-related Work and Unnecessary Talking During Classes are Decreasing
Senior high school students who does distracting actions such as "talk with peers", "non-class-related work", "draw cartoons and play with stationeries" and the like are on the decline.

Q We ask about your attitude during classes.




Attitude in Class (Senior High School Students)
Compared to 11 years ago, answers like "talk with peers", "do non-class-related work (or study other subjects)", "draw cartoons and play with stationaries" and the like are on the decrease and we believe that the students themselves are showing a more serious attitude toward classes. At the same time, answers like "take notes of teacher's comments although not demonstrated on the blackboard" and "ask the teacher questions after class" are on the increase, and the students answered that they are actively participating in class.

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