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  • hutuo
    University: china parmaceutical university
    Nationality: china
    May 23, 2020 at 8:50 am

    The number of available subjects for middle school students varies in different countries. In some regions, schools provide students with a wide range of courses. In others, schools set several career-oriented classes. In my opinion, it’s better to offer sufficient courses to students in secondary schools.

    A job-oriented educational system may help students with job hunting, but it can be harmful to students at the early educational stage. First, the students may not be interested in the provided classes that are limited in a few disciplines. Lacking interests could make them feel discouraged in school. Second, the students receiving classes across a few subjects tend to have a narrower vision. They may find it hard to come up with creative ideas. Third, students may not be capable of understanding some concepts in a given subject when they don’t study other subjects. For example, it is necessary to study chemistry to comprehend some biological principles.

    Contrarily, providing classes across more disciplines can benefit middle school students in many aspects. Students provided with various subjects are more likely to identify their interests and study more actively. This attitude may help them achieve more in their school work and professional lives. Besides, knowledge across different subjects may help students establish a multiple thinking model. Having this kind of thinking model would help them to analyze and solve problems from different angles and efficiently.

    In conclusion, my stance is that providing a wide range of courses in secondary school is a better choice.

    hutuo
    University: china parmaceutical university
    Nationality: china
    May 21, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    The number of available subjects for middle school students varies in different countries. In some regions, schools provide students with a wide range of courses. In others, schools just set several career-oriented classes. In my opinion, it’s better to offer sufficient courses to students in secondary schools.

    A job-oriented educational system may help students with job hunting, but it will bring many disadvantages for students at the early educational stage. First, the students may not be interested in the provided classes that limited in a few disciplines. This could definitely discourage them in school. Second, the students receiving classes across a few subjects tend have a narrower vision. They may find it hard to come up with creative ideas. Third, students may not be capable of understanding some concepts in a given subject when don’t study other subjects. For example, it is necessary to study chemistry in order to comprehend some biological principles.

    Contrarily, providing classes across more disciplines can benefit middle school students a lot in many aspects. Students provided with various subjects are more likely to identify their own interests and study more actively. This may help them achieve more in their school works and professional lives. Besides, Knowledge across different subjects may help students establish a multiple thinking model. This would help them to analyze and solve problems from different angles.

    In conclusion, my stance is that providing a wide range of courses in secondary school is a better choice.

    hutuo
    University: china parmaceutical university
    Nationality: china
    May 16, 2020 at 7:44 am

    The number of alternative subjects for students in secondary schools varies in different countries. In some regions, children are provided with a wide range of courses. In others, contrarily, a limited number of career-oriented classes are set in secondary schools. In my opinion, it’s better to offer a variety of subjects to middle school students.

    Though the job-oriented educational system may help students with job hunting, it will bring more disadvantages than advantages for students who are at early educational stage. First, when just taking classes in few disciplines, the students may not be interested in the provided classes and then feel discouraged in school. Second, students tend to have a narrow mind and find it difficult to come up with creative ideas to solve problems. Third, students may not be capable to understand some concepts completely in their provided subject in the absence of another subject. For example, it is necessary to study chemistry for comprehending some biological principles.

    On the contrary, the educational way covering more disciplines can benefit middle school students a lot in many aspects. On the one hand, students provided with varieties of subjects are more likely to find their personal preferences, and, consequently, study more actively. This may help them achieve more in their school works and professional lives. On the other hand, Knowledges from different subjects may help students establish a pluralistic thinking model. This means that, when facing tricky problems, they could think essentially and figure out solutions in different aspects.

    In conclusion, I think it’s more beneficial to provide students with a wide range of courses in secondary school.