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Jessica, 4th grade student (New York)At the two campuses of St. John’s College, U.S. and a few other American colleges with a similar version of the Great Books program, a "tutorial" is a class of 12–16 students who meet regularly with the guidance of a tutor.Daniel, 1st grade student (Germany)Internet computer tutorials can take the form of a screen recording (screencast), a written document (either online or downloadable), interactive tutorial, or an audio file, where a person will give step by step instructions on how to do something.Mark, 6th grade student (Indiana)Form tutors take on these responsibilities in addition to teaching, planning, and monitoring their academic (subject) classes.Lorry, 2nd grade student (Scotland)In computer-based education, a tutorial is a computer program whose purpose it is to assist users in learning how to use (parts of) a software product such as an office suite or any other application, operating system interface, programming tool, or video game.Chris Harris,  (Florida) In Australian, New Zealand and South African universities, a tutorial (colloquially called a tute or tut in South Africa ) is a class of 10–30 students. Such tutorials are very similar to the Canadian system, although tutorials are usually led by honours or postgraduate students, known as ’tutors’.Daphne, 10th grade student (Nebraska)Some US colleges, such as Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, offer tutorials almost identical in structure to that of an Oxbridge tutorial. At Williams, students in tutorials typically work in pairs alongside a professor and meet weekly, alternately presenting position papers or critiques of their partner’s paper.
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