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Schools should focus on academic success and passing examinations.

pnib 1 / -  
Apr 25, 2024   #1
In modern education systems, there is an ongoing debate about the role of schools in teaching practical skills such as cooking, dressmaking and woodworking. While some people think that schools should only focus on academic success and passing exams, I suppose that it is essential to include these life skills in the curriculum.

On the one hand, proponents of the notion that schools should prioritize academic success argue that academic training is essential for students to excel in today's competitive world. They argue that time spent on subjects like cooking, sewing, and woodworking could be better utilized to master core subjects like math, science, and language arts. Furthermore, they argue that practical skills such as cooking or sewing can be easily learned from family members, thereby freeing up valuable class time for learning activities.

On the other hand, I disagree with the idea that schools should ignore teaching practical skills just for academic success. While academic achievements are certainly important, they are not the sole determinant of success in life.

First, teaching practical skills in schools promotes a well-rounded education that prepares students for the challenges they will face in the real world.
Second, not all students have access to family members who can teach them these practical skills. Schools therefore play a vital role in bridging this gap by providing a standardized curriculum that ensures all students have equal access to essential life skills , regardless of their background or family situation.

In conclusion, while academic success is certainly important, the practical skills necessary for personal growth and success in life should not be overlooked. I think schools should strive to strike a balance between academic success and practical skills to help students thrive academically, professionally and personally in an ever-changing world.
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May 3, 2024   #2
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You are being asked for a definite opinion in this instance. You cannot use an opinion that reflects uncertainty because that will prevent you from convincing the examiner that you have a valid opinion. You are unclear about your actual opinion in this case, which means you will get a failing preliminary task accuracy score. Avoid these words of uncertainty because the test is based on your skill of logical. The actual test is in logical reasoning. So you have to ensure that you have a solid opinion to share in the discussion. Failure to do so in the preliminary stages will result in a failed TA score. This is not an agree or disagree situation. You need to pick one opinion and justify your support. You cannot support both sides. That will result in a failing overall score.
an68 2 / 3  
May 9, 2024   #3
You've made a grammar mistake in your conclusion that it should be"which is necessary"
Rosecute2k10 2 / 3  
May 16, 2024   #4
I think you should only focus on the shouldn't or should side. Choosing both will make your article generate a lot of opinions.

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