It is more important for students to understand ideas and concepts than it is for them to learn facts

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  • zhuyicen97
    University: National Century University
    Nationality: China
    November 1, 2020 at 4:31 am

    It is more important for students to understand ideas and concepts than it is for them to learn facts

    Today, more and more students just learn facts in the school instead of the understanding of the ideas or concepts. Teachers only drive them remember things in the books and get a great score in examinations. Less educational system, even in the universities, would like to teach students about the ideas and concepts, for its inefficiency and harshness to learn. Whereas, in my opinion, the understanding of ideas and concepts is much more important than facts.

    With the understanding of ideas and concepts, students can learn and find the regulations of the world, which is of great significance in our own study and life. As teachers cannot always company and teach us, we need to explode the world on our own someday in the future. When we know about the regulations, we can analyze the facts or the examples without the help and the guide from the teachers or the professors, which is much more useful than mere fact learning.

    For example, I used to learn the narrative methods during my college time. Once I completely understand the methods, I can analyze every other narratives, novels or theatres or other genres. For instance, Hamlet written by Shakespear, I am able to talk about how Shakespear tells the story and how he portraits the characters or flourishes the feelings, just according to the methods.

    Actually, the facts learning also has its own advantages. The most important one is that facts can help understand the ideas. When I am learning the narrative methods, my teacher also give the facts of the writing of Hugo as an example. Otherwise, it will be extremely difficult for most of the students who take the lesson first time to understand the terms in the textbook. However, the idea understanding is still principal, the facts are only accessory.

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    University: University of Wisconsin
    November 2, 2020 at 10:29 pm

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    University: University of Wisconsin
    November 2, 2020 at 10:31 pm

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    zhuyicen97
    University: National Century University
    Nationality: China
    November 16, 2020 at 3:17 am

    Today, more and more students just learn facts in the school instead of the understanding of the ideas or concepts. Teachers only drive them remember things in the books to get a great score in examinations. Explaining the concepts is of more harshness and inefficiency. Whereas, in my opinion, the understanding of ideas and concepts is much more important than facts.

     

    With the comprehension of ideas and concepts, students can learn and find the regulations of the world. This ability is of great significance in our own study and life in the future. As teachers cannot always company and teach us, we have to explore the world on our own someday. When we know about the regulations, we can analyze the facts or the examples without the help from the teachers or the professors. Just like the old saying goes, ‘Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime’.

     

    For example, I used to learn the narrative methods during my college time. Once I completely understand the methods, I can analyze every other narratives, novels or theatres or other genres according to them. For instance, when reading Hamlet written by Shakespeare, I am able to talk about how Shakespeare tells the story and how he portraits the characters or flourishes the feelings with my knowledge of the basic concepts. Concepts are the best tool to help us living and learning.

     

    Additionally, learning the facts also has its own advantages. The most important one is that facts can help understand the ideas. When I am learning the narrative methods, my teacher also give the facts of the writing of Hugo as an example. Otherwise, it will be extremely difficult for most of the new students to understand the terms in the textbook. However, the idea understanding is still principal, while the facts are only accessory.

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    University: University of Wisconsin
    November 18, 2020 at 10:04 pm

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    zhuyicen97
    University: National Century University
    Nationality: China
    November 19, 2020 at 4:37 am

    Today, more students learn facts in school instead of understanding the ideas or concepts. Teachers only drive them remember those things in the books to get a great score in examinations. Explaining the theories is of more harshness and inefficiency. Whereas, in my opinion, the understanding of ideas and concepts is much more important than facts.

     

    With the comprehension of ideas and concepts, students can learn and find the regulations of the world. This ability is of great significance in our study and life in the future. As teachers cannot always company and teach us, we have to explore the world on our own someday. After knowing about the regulations, we can finally analyze the facts or examples without the teachers or the professors’ help. Just like the old saying goes, ‘Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime’.

     

    For instance, I used to learn the narrative methods during my college time. I can analyze every other narratives, novels or theatres, according to them once I completely understand the methods. For instance, when reading Hamlet, written by Shakespeare, I can talk about how Shakespeare tells the story and how he portrays the characters or flourishes the feelings with my knowledge of the basic concepts. Concepts are the best tool to help us living and learning.

     

    On the other hand, learning the facts also has its advantages. The most important thing is that facts can help us understand the ideas quckly. During the course of narrative methods, my professor has also given Hugo’s facts as an example. Otherwise, it will be really difficult for new students to understand the textbook terms. However, I still believe that the understanding of ideas is still principal, while the facts are only accessory.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    November 19, 2020 at 8:46 am

    Partial Revision – further edits still needed

    Today, more students learn facts in school rather than instead of understanding the ideas or concepts. Teachers only drive them to remember facts from those things in the books to improve exam scores get a great score in examinations. Explaining the theories is of more harshness and inefficiency. (rewrite previous sentence) Whereas, in my opinion, the understanding of ideas and concepts is much more important than facts. (include some supporting information here)

     

    With the comprehension of ideas and concepts, students can learn and find the regulations (word choice error) of the world. This ability is crucial to a student’s further studies and life beyond school of great significance in our study and life in the future. As teachers will not cannot always company and be by our side to teach us, we have to be able to explore the world on our own someday. After knowing about the regulations (?), we can finally analyze the facts or examples without the teachers or the professors’ help. Just like the old saying goes, ‘Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime’.

     

    For instance, I used to learn the narrative methods during my college time. I can analyze every other narratives, novels or theatres, according to them once I completely understand the methods. For instance, when reading Hamlet, written by Shakespeare, I can talk about how Shakespeare tells the story and how he portrays the characters or flourishes the feelings with my knowledge of the basic concepts. Concepts are the best tool to help us living and learning.

     

    On the other hand, learning the facts also has its advantages. The most important thing is that facts can help us understand the ideas quckly. During the course of narrative methods, my professor has also given Hugo’s facts as an example. Otherwise, it will be really difficult for new students to understand the textbook terms. However, I still believe that the understanding of ideas is still principal, while the facts are only accessory.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    November 20, 2020 at 3:45 am

    Partial Revision [ Essay contains excessive errors.]