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January 7, 2021 at 4:14 pm

[input an “indent” when beginning each paragraph]As our burgeoning education industry grows by leaps and bounds, education [form error] institutions and parents are setting numerous rigid regulations for children to meet, aiming for equipping our next generation with competitive edges. Such a trend is devastating for its deprivation of youth’s creativity and independence. Thus, I strongly advocate that children (should be given) [tense issue] more time to do whatever [change “whatever” to what] interests them the most.

[indent needed (tab button on keyboard)]To begin with, creativity (sprouts as) [unclear/wordy  ] allowing [verb form, tense] children to explore interests. (It is universally acknowledged) [ tense problem ] that creativity (plays a key role) [ wordy/use one verb ] in the development of our society. However, our society is losing its creativity. For instance, attributable to the rigid exam-oriented education system, an avalanche of cookie-cutter graduates who rarely possess creativity warms into the job market. As a result, the development of our nation will reach to blind alley soon, [punctuation error] if our education system still turns a deaf ear to such an urgent issue. Thus, giving children more time to explore is an excellent opportunity to cultivate their creativity.

[indent needed]Besides [add subject to make it clearer for the reader], allowing children to explore their interests helps them learn how to manage their own life. The earlier [missing some connecting words] to allow them to make their own decision, the easier [subject required] for them to develop independence. I myself [find a better way to rephrase “I myself”] am a good example. When I was in primary school, my mother signed me up for painting club, school chess, and a bunch [replace “bunch” with a formal word] of extra courses. But [A sentence should never start with “But”] she never forgot to empty the whole Sunday afternoon so that I could manage my own time. I usually divided it into two parts – reading and playing games. Nourished from the aforementioned experience, I grow the habit of determining my own schedule and learn to be independent [This sentence shows two types of tenses. Either choose past or present].

[indent needed]Some people may argue that doing homework and participating in school-related activities make it possible for the youngsters to embrace the most promising future, but isn’t [avoid contractions in formal writing] it too early for our kids to step on the perfectly right track and live a perfectly planned life?

[indent needed]In conclusion, although [“although” makes it sound unsure, try removing the word] homework and school-related activities have an impact on the kid’s growth, [one sentence outlining the thesis or your point, remove punctuation] leaving them [fix tense and add “this” or state the problem] with spare time to explore their interests can benefit our next generation in the long run. [make the conclusion statement a bit longer. Conclusion statements should cover a thesis statement and brief explanation of the point mentioned above].