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The Pygmalion Effect is the phenomenon where the greater the expectation based upon people the better they perform The effect shows a positive motivation gives students hope The converses The Golem Effect theory sents out negative energy towards students and not fully giving out a positive message to get students going and working unfortunately leads them to failure The study is most seen in educational or organizational environments Some may call it as a form of self-fulfilling prophecyIn the article The Writing Revolution Peg Tyre discusses the two types of Professors Professors who use the prentice act reflect towards the students who know what to do and assign work as if they were ready for it Hope isnt put into students as much than the Professor who care to see how their students succeed Those types of professor changed up their plans to make others understand the way to write and better themselves in the structure and formal sentences Negative and Positive effects are in this article and it effects the studentsThe reason is because professors never teach the right lessons to students and expect to know everything and about writing Many students dont seem to catch the idea of how learning to write or read is simple but it has to be taught in a way that is patient and easy For example the best way to catch a students attention is to keep the assignment fun and compare it to the students personal life or what they have experienced Mainly teachers should keep the assignments simple and place their papers towards them and teach how simple ideas can be turned into a simple sentence For example Professor Simmons devised a little test of her own She asked her freshman English students to read Of Mice And Men and using information from the novel they had to answer the following prompt in a single sentence Although George Some of her students
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