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  • kingstar
    University: 中国科学院大学
    Nationality: China
    July 5, 2020 at 3:38 am

    Active learning is the result of acquired knowledge and skills and the widened range of understanding. Nowadays, some people argue that learners who finished the project alone can learn more. In my opinion, I agree that group work enables them to learn more.

    To begin with, working together enables scholars to learn the strengths of each other. In a team, everyone has their own advantages, such as speaking, writing, or computer programming. They can discover each other while working together. For example, when studying at a traditional high school, I tried to finish an activity on social investigation. At that time everyone was busy with their tasks. As a result, I had a difficult time learning the real instrumental skill in PowerPoint presentations, data analysis, and writing skills. However, after transferring to a different school, professors usually ask the students to work together. In performing research, not only did our team complete the project, but we also learned more about each other. I was able to learn from the essential skills that benefited me for many years.

    Furthermore, working together helps students learn how to communicate and cooperate with each other. With fierce competition in society, it is necessary that people have communication skills to be able to manage group activities. Consequently, to develop these abilities, teachers should offer to train their students to work together at school. According to the survey conducted by the Beijing Universit among young people in several major cities, more than 90 percent of the subjects claimed that communication skills are the most helpful skill learned in schools. This is also the skill that helped new graduates to find suitable jobs.

    In conclusion, it is more helpful for teachers to assign projects on which students must work together. This is because it helps them discover each other’s assets and in improving their communication skills.

    kingstar
    University: 中国科学院大学
    Nationality: China
    June 6, 2020 at 5:09 am

    Effective learning is the result of acquired knowledge and skills and the widened range of understanding. Nowadays, some people argue that learners who finished the project alone can learn more. In my opinion, I agree that group work makes them learn far more efficiently.

    To begin with, working together enables scholars to learn the strengths of each other. In a team, everyone has their own advantages, such as speaking, writing, or computer programming. They can discover in each other while working together. For example, when I was studying at a traditional high school, I tried to finish an activity on social investigation.At that time everyone just was busy with their tasks. As a result, I had a difficult time learning the real instrumental skill in PowerPoint presentation, data analysis, and writing skills. However, after transferring to a different school, it is a common fact that students there were asked to work together. In performing a research, not only did our team complete the project perfectly, but we also learned more about each other. I was able to learn from them essential skills which benefited me for many years.

    Furthermore, working together helps students learn how to communicate and cooperate with each other. With the fierce competition in the society, it is necessary that people have communication skills to be able to manage group activities. Consequently, to develop these abilities, teachers should offer to train their students to work together at school. According to the survey conducted by the Beijing Universit among young people in several major cities, more than 90 percent of the subjects claimed that communication skills is the most helpful skill learned in schools. This is also the skill that helped new graduates to fin d suitable jobs.

    In conclusion, it is more helpful for teachers to assign projects on which students must work together. This is because it helps them discover each other’s assets and in improving their communication skills.