A large lecture hall (one of many...)
Virtual Tours by Students
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It is ten O'Clock on b R U campus, and I just wanted to show you guys. Now I've showed you guys a couple of classrooms. I showed you the technology engineering lab and a kind of small classroom. So this classroom is located in the Jesse night building that J. K B, which is one of the closest buildings to Hilleman halls. It is a building where you'll find a lot of church meetings. So since there are so many Mormons at BYU, they have the opportunity and the availability for tons of meeting places for all the Mormons. Actually, in most of the buildings, there's places for wards, which is just groups of Mormons just based on where you live to meet. It's going to be a bigger classroom, some religion classes that every student has to take. That's a religion class every student has to take is going to be in a bigger class like this. Um, just like I said with general, um, electives the g e is that everyone has to take. They're going to be in big lecture rooms like this. There's big boards at the front, teacher Khun teach back there. It's really there's not a lot of participation from the audience from the students in class is like this and that just I mean that the class is going to be any easier. I think in my mind, lecture classes are a bit harder just because you aren't like interacting with the teachers who you aren't necessarily directly interacting with the content and themes and ideas. Lecture classes are just fine, Mom, in my mind, there just a way of life, Basically. There's tons of seats, and there's even classrooms way bigger than this. We have huge lecture halls on campus, some that can seat more than five hundred people and then those lecture halls. There's going to be classes like American Heritage, which every student has to take. Also in those classes will have devotionals and just different things that can go on there. I feel like there's so many different types of classrooms on this campus that even if I went to all of them, I would still miss a certain type just because there's different desks and there's different things. Something cool about these desks is the little like a seat, but the desk just comes right up. Lots of variety on Beaulieu campus, every building is different.