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Without the dependency mentality, Thoughtful was alert in the early morning, waking up at the slightest movement, and immediately turning over to get up, fearing that she might oversleep. After a few days, the mother returned the alarm clock to her daughter, and she was able to get up on time.

  By taking responsibility for herself, she experiences the consequences due to her own mistakes. As a result, it was good to develop a sense of responsibility and know how to be responsible for their own actions.

  When Huang Thought was 16 years old, she went to the United States to study piano and lived there alone for three months. She encountered many problems as soon as she got off the plane, but she "solved" everything on her own. She said, "I had a relatively short process of adapting to the situation, which is one of the results of my mother's 'self-made' education."

  Secondly, there is a hunger and thirst for learning, and a drive to learn whenever and wherever there is a little time.

  Lu Xun said, I just spent the time of others drinking coffee on reading. He also said that time is like water in a sponge, as long as you are willing to squeeze there will always be. In fact, if a person develops the habit of active learning, he will never complain about the lack of time, because anytime and anywhere, as long as there is free time, the first thing he thinks of is always learning. In this way, all the scattered time can be utilized.

  Timely and effective evaluation of one's own learning is also a manifestation of active learning.

  In the process of learning, not only our level of learning is constantly changing, but also our interests and hobbies. Evaluating and examining these aspects will not only help to ensure the degree and quality of learning, but more importantly, to ensure that learning is going in the right direction: the

  The "ambition" of the 1977 Nobel laureate in chemistry was not to be a chemist, but a pianist. However, this was the arrangement of his mother Juliette, who had studied at the Moscow Conservatory of Music, and who was "not interested in wine".

  In 1921, when the Prigozin family had just moved to the chaos of Germany, her mother decided to teach the children music so that they would not be affected by the outside world. Although the world of music was beautiful, practicing a piece hundreds of times was very boring for the active Prigozhin, so he often played pranks at home. His mother, who had a headache, said to him seriously: "You are the most musically gifted of all the children and you are doing the best, but do you like music? Have you ever thought of becoming an outstanding pianist?" He bowed his head. His mother admonished him to concentrate on whatever he did, especially on playing the piano. Under his mother's strict tutelage, he concentrated on his piano studies, which not only prevented him from being distracted by the chaos of life, but also enabled him to acquire a good education.

  In 1929, after the family moved to Brussels, Prigozhin enrolled in the Athens High School. This was a school known for its rigorous classical curriculum, not unlike the romantic world of music. Here his interests became broad and he began to enjoy archaeology, literature and philosophy, and his eyes were opened much wider. Seeing that he had outstanding talents in other areas, his mother left him free to develop them. Because of his particular interest in chemistry, Prigojin finally came to his mother's room one day and revealed his intention to be a chemist. Mother smiled and said, "When you were a child, you were allowed to study music so that you could get rid of the distractions of the outside environment, to cultivate your sentiments, to teach you to learn that you must concentrate on your work, and as for what goal you choose to grow up, I hope you will grasp it yourself; now that you have made your decision, mother is happy to respect and support you."

  Take the initiative to regulate your learning behavior and adapt to different environments and needs.

  The environment around us is not up to us, and when a person is always complaining about how unfair his environment is, nine times out of ten his attention has been taken away from learning itself, and his ability to do so will be wasted in complaining. Adapting to different environments is not only a sign of active learning, but also an opportunity to exercise different abilities and enrich the strength of one's personality.

  Learning for most people will not be smooth sailing, and the ability to persevere in the face of difficulties is an important element of active learning: the

  Kenichi Fukui, a famous Japanese chemist and winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, came from a modest family and, as the only son in his family, his father had high hopes for him. But once again, he failed a chemistry test. He was at a loss that day, not knowing how to bring the paper full of "x's" to his father. He wandered around until the sun went down, still thinking hard about how to enter the house. He had no choice but to push the door open. He confessed his achievement to his father in a voice so low that only he could hear it.

  The father was disappointed, but said, "Son, it's okay. If you fail this test, try to get a good grade next time."

  "Dad, I - I don't want to study anymore." Fukui Kenichi finally said what he had been thinking about all afternoon.

  "If you really think that way, you're letting me down." My father said at length, "I thought you were a hard-working child, but I didn't expect you to back off when you encountered difficulties."

  "But Dad, maybe I'm not cut out to study. I want to join the army." Kenichi Fukui continued to say what he had been thinking about all afternoon.

  "Son, no matter what you do, you must study. If you don't study, you won't be educated and you won't be able to do anything in the future." His father patiently enlightened him, "No matter what you do, you may encounter setbacks. Always retreat can not, must be brave to face it, overcome it, in order to truly beyond. Son, you must remember - there is no mountain higher than a man, there is no longer road than a foot."

  His father's words finally moved Kenichi Fukui to say that he really shouldn't give up now and to study hard.

  So he began to make a study plan, arrange his time, and make up for it from scratch. After a month of effort, he still failed another chemistry test. This time he didn't get discouraged, he felt that he had a poor foundation and it was impossible for him to reach the top in one step, but he had to start with a good foundation. The second chemistry test, he finally passed. Half a semester later, his grades rocketed. In the second semester, he had already become the chemistry representative and participated in the chemistry competition.

  Finally, treat other people's help correctly.

  Often students complain that they don't learn well because their parents don't help them enough, or they don't hire good tutors. In fact, if you pay more attention, you can find that the better students and the more thoughtful they are, the less direct help they need from others, and the more they bury their heads in their own research. The help of others, for them, is mainly to provide different information and expand their own horizons.

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