Quynh Nguyen 1 / 2 Jul 31, 2018 #1Please help me correct this essay. Thank you for your help.Disruptive school students have a negative influence on others. Students who are noisy and disobedient should be grouped together and taught separately. Do you agree or disagree with this view? Give reasons for your answer.naughty students should be grouped together and taught separatelyAs you know, disruptive school students have a negative influence on others. Some people think that students who are noisy and disobedient should be grouped together and taught separately. In the following essay, we will discuss to clarify this issue together.On the one hand, grouping students to teach that bases on their qualifications brings many advantages. Firstly, it is very easy for teachers to have teaching methods appropriate to each object. For example, students who are bad at Math usually need to be taught more meticulously and they really want to do the exercises that suit their learning capacity rather than hard exercises just for numerate students. Secondly, separate teaching is perhaps a good new for gifted students. In fact, there is a big difference in the work time between good students and poor students, as a result, gifted students are likely to promote their maximum ability if they are grouped together and taught separately.On the other hand, everything has more than one face and in fact, there are numerous shortcomings besides above benefits. Firstly, disruptive school students will have no good examples to follow and there is also no one who helps them do hard exercises. Thereby, they will become noisier and more disobedient if they are not managed strictly by teachers. Furthermore, when teachers segregate poor students, these students will feel that they are treated unfairly and are very susceptible to autism. These may be reasons to explain why nowadays Department of Education is still hesitating about teaching separately for each student group.From what has been discussed above, I personally disagree with the idea that supposes naughty students should be grouped together and taught separately. It would be better if we learn together and help each other to progress together.