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1. Learning was by rote and strictly formal.
2. He used to learn everything by rote.
3. Learning by rote is discouraged in this school.
4. She copied her teacher by rote.
5. She learned the equations by rote.
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6. Traditional educational thinking placed importance on learning by rote.
7. In old-fashioned schools, much learning was by rote .
8. He is very sceptical about the value of rote learning.
9. Simon's concert was rote and uninspired.
10. To many, the distinction between rote memorization and understanding is unclear and leads to confused teaching and learning.
11. But meaningless sanctions, imposed by rote and continued long after their failure is manifest, are different.
12. Learning was by rote and strictly formal, and we practised copy-book writing.
13. Margaret used to be a great one for rote learning.
14. And is rote learning necessarily in opposition to discovery learning?
15. Facts to be learned by rote are often best assimilated just before bedtime, when you get up or when walking.
16. Children learn it by rote to pass examinations, and they don't see its relevance to the world around them.
17. Readers who rely heavily on conventional visual rote learning may adjust more slowly.
18. Others recite complex speeches by rote that sound all too familiar, and collapse at the slightest interruption.
19. Teaching standards are very poor - lots of rote learning and copying notes from the blackboard.
20. Science courses usually have fewer experiments and more rote learning.
21. If you have a good memory you can learn things by rote, but can you apply it in practice?
22. Much emphasis is placed these days on understanding and applying standard practice rather than simply learning it by rote.
23. First, one begins to question the need for frequent rote regurgitation of words which lack intrinsic interest.
24. Students are not seen as individuals but as statistics on a conveyor belt of examinations and rote learning.
25. There is too little food or warmth; learning is by rote, and students make their own clothes.
26. I know that many teachers of the present day think that learning by rote is archaic.
27. If you have a good memory, you can learn by rote.
28. While they were able to recite Newton's laws by rote, they couldn't explain them.
29. The litany of inequities is so familiar to her now that she recites by rote.
30. The result is that many have to rely heavily on rote learning and memory, with limited understanding.