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For those who come to study abroad, no matter what major they study, group work (jobs for international students https://liuxuesavior.com/) is definitely indispensable. Group work is the process by which you and other students complete a task together. The teaching courses of British universities are generally divided into lectures, seminars and tutorials. Because British universities still attach great importance to everyone's teamwork ability, any class will have different forms of group work. For example, during lectures, the teacher will suddenly raise questions for everyone to discuss in groups, and then select representatives to present the results of the group's discussion; before the seminar, the group will be divided into groups in advance, and the group members will cooperate with each other to submit reports or tasks. Do a PPT in the classroom, all members complete the presentation, and everyone will share the same results on an equal basis.
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