Q. How do lesson preview and review sessions proceed in ELiF, and are they required?
The pre-class activity is in the form of self-directed learning for students to study the overall class content in advance at home or the academy. Self-directed learning is an important method of learning that helps trigger students' interest and promote their understanding of the content prior to class. On the other hand, the after-class activity involves individually tailored learning aimed at supplementing the students' weak points and helping them gain a complete understanding of the material. Through this individually tailored learning session created for each student based on their weak points found during the pre-class or in-class activity, students can be provided the learning material again or additional questions.