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What is the difference between class, lesson, period?
May 11, 2020 4:32 AM
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New Zealand English. A class is either a physical/virtual location or [a group of students/1-student + teacher] or a setting in which a lesson is delivered. A lesson is a service delivered by a teacher that transfers information from teacher to student. A period is a fixed regular/repeating unit of time when a class/lesson [takes place]/happens. But,. they can all be used to mean go to class. go to a lesson, go to this period, meaning attend a teaching session. The next class is physics. Next period is physics. Next lesson is physics.
May 11, 2020
A class is a physical/virtual location or [a group of students/1-student + teacher] or a setting in which a lesson is delivered. A lesson is a service delivered by a teacher that transfers information from teacher to student. A period is a fixed regular/repeating unit of time when a class/lesson [takes place]/happens.
May 11, 2020
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