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Group-studying couldn't be ignored - it still plays an essential part for us


ekekek 25 / 51  
Apr 11, 2011   #1
Some teachers think students should be organised into groups to study. Others argue students should study alone. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

With many students complaining that a multitude of homework they need to complete are entirely beyond their shoulder, some teachers assert to assign group work in order to release their burden, while others argue that studying in groups waste more time, compared with studying alone.

There is no denying that group work is an effective approach for students to develop a well-cooperated skill. Students form a sense of team sprits through the process, which exerts benefits consistently for the later job hunting. Besides, absorbing various perspectives is another advantage that cooperation brings us by exchanging different points of view towards the same question. Noticeably, loads of creative ideas would pop out, making the learning process more interesting rather than boring.

Even so, a small amount of students are inclined to study alone as they claim that they could focus on study more intensively, which boost the efficiency greatly. Just imagine that you, as a leader, spend your all spare time in gathering teammates together, but the consequence comes to reach no consensus. That sense of frustration immerses you consistently, even keeping you away form being a leader any more. Worse still, youngsters tend to turn to be self-centered and form the characteristic with selfish and arrogant, which drive them away from others and be isolated.

In spite of the drawbacks of group-studying couldn't be ignored, I take the view that group-studying still plays an essential part for us in terms of study and future career. The time, indeed, cost much in discussion, but it's rewarding undoubtedly.ïźˆ281ïź‰

OP ekekek 25 / 51  
Apr 13, 2011   #2
Thx to explain why~~~

The sentence:
Just imagine that you, as a leader, spend your all spare time on gathering team-mates together,...

1. why you correct "in" into "on"????
"spend time in doing & spend time on sth" right??

2. when do we need to use "-"???


Overall, thanks Turbina~~
Real Fog 5 / 26  
Apr 13, 2011   #3
Hey Katie. Actually, i'm not that rock'n'roll at grammar but i have never seen SPEND with prepositions other than ON
EF_Kevin 8 / 13,335 129  
Apr 14, 2011   #4
With many students complaining that a multitude of homework they need to complete are is entirely beyond their capability, some teachers...

assert that to assign group work is the best way to alleviate in order to release their burden, while others argue that studying in groups wastes more time compared with studying alone.

That sense of frustration immerses troubles you consistently, even keeping you away form from being a leader. any more.

Worse still, youngsters tend to turn to be self-centered and form the characteristics of selfishness and arrogance, which drive them away from others and causes them to be isolated.----You wrote a very good sentence here! I made some small changes though. I wrote about the "characteristics of selfishness and arrogance." That improves the clarity.

:-) nice job!!!!!!
OP ekekek 25 / 51  
Apr 15, 2011   #5
thx~kevin~^0^


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