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  • ArimaKisho
    University: ECJTU
    Nationality: China
    November 13, 2021 at 10:30 am

    Students will face the dilemma of whether to focus on their studies or joining activities. And I would like to prefer the latter one.

    Many people argue that major is reasonable for them to spend time studying, subsequently bringing a few benefits. The fundamental objective in schools is to learn professional skills and knowledge. If students do not attach importance to it, the tuition is just a waste of parents’ money, four years are meaningless. In addition, the student who gets better grades will have better data on their resume, thus being more competitive than their peers and able to enter good jobs in the future.

    However, I would argue that it is harmful to only focus on study in this day and age, so other activities have always been essential. Consequently, it’s a way for students to release themselves, from the increase of academic pressure. Also, these events can broaden their horizon. More importantly, undergraduates can get an integrated development of which social skills have cultivated, such as the abilities of interpersonal communication, leadership management, and logical thinking. Above all of these can only can be comprehended in activities. In that case, it will enhance their competitiveness during future careers. Last but not least, it is undeniable that a combination of professional skills and practical activities works best, doing more for their future work and contributing to society.

    In conclusion, I still commit to the notion that after-class activities give them more clear advantages rather than weaknesses.

    ArimaKisho
    University: ECJTU
    Nationality: China
    November 12, 2021 at 11:37 am

    When students enter college, they will face the dilemma of whether to only focus on their studies or join activities. After weighing the pros and cons, I choose to support the latter.

    Many people argue that your major plays a significant role in college, being reasonable for them to spend time studying, subsequently bringing a few benefits. The fundamental objective in schools is to learn professional skills and knowledge. If students do not attach importance to it, the tuition is just a waste of parents’ money, four years are meaningless. In addition, the student who gets better grades will have better data on their resume, thus being more competitive than their peers and able to enter good jobs in the future.

    However, I would argue that it is harmful to only focus on study in this day and age, so other activities have always been essential. Consequently, it’s a way for students to release themselves, from the increase of academic pressure. Also, these events can broaden their horizon. More importantly, undergraduates can get an integrated development of which social skills have cultivated, such as the abilities of interpersonal communication, leadership management, and logical thinking. Above all of these can only can be comprehended in activities. In that case, it will enhance their competitiveness during future careers. Last but not least, it is undeniable that a combination of professional skills and practical activities works best, doing more for their future work and contributing to society.

    In conclusion, I still commit to the notion that after-class activities give them more clear advantages rather than weaknesses.

    ArimaKisho
    University: ECJTU
    Nationality: China
    November 10, 2021 at 1:53 pm

    There is no denying that the importance of social skills and academic qualifications has become controversial. I would be more inclined to agree that the former has become as important as the latter.

    Certainly, it is reasonable for some people to insist that academic qualifications always being the priority. Qualification indeed plays a significant role in people’s careers. For instance, it symbolizes academic ability and other faculties, such as creative thinking, logicality, insight, and even imagination. These abilities are crucial to the workplace. Besides, the advantage also improves competitiveness, enabling one to find an ideal job and give better employment prospects.

    However, we must recognize social skills are increasingly more important than ever. They bring social relationships and improve the experience, enabling to broaden the view. In addition, the above is also the most valuable point. Teamwork is needed more than ever in modern society, and people need to communicate a lot to get tasks done smoothly. As a result, without intercourses would be a much worse situation. By the way, there is a recent report that a college student never participated in any activities and only went to class. Finally, he can’t graduate because his quality development credits are not up to standard. As mentioned above, the academic ability works best only when combined with social skills.

    It is hard for both sides to agree on this complicated issue, and I still commit to the notion that today we should attach the same importance to them.

     

    ArimaKisho
    University: ECJTU
    Nationality: China
    November 10, 2021 at 4:00 am

    When students enter college, they will face the dilemma of whether to only focus on study or join more activities during the period. And I stand on the side of the latter one.

    Many people argue that a major plays a significant role in students’ college, and it’s reasonable for them to spend time, subsequently bringing a few benefits. The fundamental objective in schools is to learn professional skills and knowledge. If students do not attach importance to it, the tuition is just a waste of parents’ money, four years are meaningless. In addition, the student who gets better grades will have better data on their resume, thus being more competitive than their peers and able to enter good jobs in the future.

    However, I would argue that it is harmful to only focus on study in this day and age, so other activities have always been essential. Consequently, it’s a way for students to release themselves, from the increase of academic pressure. Also, these events can broaden their horizon. More importantly, undergraduates can get an integrated development of which social skills have cultivated, such as the abilities of interpersonal communication, leadership management, and logical thinking. Above all of these can only can be comprehended in activities. In that case, it will enhance their competitiveness during future careers. Last but not least, it is undeniable that a combination of professional skills and practical activities works best, doing more for their future work and contributing to society.

    In conclusion, I still commit to the notion that after-class activities give them more clear advantages rather than weaknesses.