Using SQ3R and SOAR to Aid Young Adults to Come Out of Boredom during Covid'19
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1750-1755
AbstractEveryone is quarantined at home. Men and Women at least go out for work, but the young adults with the educational institutions shut indefinitely stay at home the whole day. Navigating them through this safely is a greater challenge. Young adults from age 12 to 18 are really hard to handle; in a sense, no one can offer to take decisions for them. Adolescence is the stage where they struggle to strike a balance between taking their own decision and following the elders' advice. But during this dynamic situation where they have to be safely guided and at the same time, be engaged, reading comes as a rescue. Parents cannot work all the time in keeping these adults engaged, and it is better to devise a plan that can help them make them work. Adults tend to get bored easily, and it is really hard to get their attention through some work. Here is where the already existing SQ3R and SOAR methods can be combined to help them overcome their boredom during this lockdown. This paper aims to combine these two techniques effectively but in a lighter manner and encourage them to use their time for their personal growth.
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