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Kieu Son Hoang asked 9 months ago

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Some people think that children need to study in an environment where they have to compete with each other. Others, however, believe that teamwork is more important. Discuss both views and give your opinion
It is an undeniable fact that Teamwork has become an important buzzword in schools, universities and at offices today. However,there has been a lot of heated debate surrounding the issue of whether cooperative or competitive studying methods would be more crucial to learners. Personally, I believe that students benefit more from the former variation on the following grounds.

On the one hand, there are various reasons why people believe that studying with a view to contending for bettler results. The first contributor is the personal development along with a desire to study more to win the competition. To prove this, in Korea, it is popular – even common now – to have a private tutor to teach extra pieces of study with paying a lot of money. As a consequence, young pupils learn faster than what they learn at school. Furthermore, during the vacations, students study abroad to learn English for a month instead of revising school work. With the experiences gained from this occasion, it is one of the greatest plus points to go to famous well-known high-schools.

On the other hand, some highlight the negative impacts that competition might bring and so choose to inculcate cooperation in their kids. According to them, when kids compete, they might use alternative ways for winning like cheating. Sometimes, they might be highly de-motivated if they are constantly losing despite persistent efforts. In contrast, by working or learning cooperatively in groups, children learn attributes as respect, exchange of help, tolerance etc. Moreover, they also opine that the lessons learned in childhood lasts for the entire life and the children who always compete would do so for the rest of their lives and this would include both the positive and negative competitions.

In conclusion,being competitive is considerably important to enhance knowledge, yet the communal life needs cooperative people as well. Thus, individuals are cordially suggested to balance both competitiveness and cooperativeness.

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Rachel Evans answered 9 months ago

Some people think that children need to study in an environment where they have to compete with each other. Others, however, believe that teamwork is more important. Discuss both views and give your opinion
It is an undeniable fact that teamwork has become an important buzzword in schools, universities and at offices today. However, there has have been a lot of heated debates surrounding the issue of whether cooperative or competitive studying methods would be more crucial to learners. Personally, I believe that students benefit more from the former variation on the following grounds.
On the one hand, there are various reasons why people believe that studying with a view to contending for (W.Choice) bettler better results. The first contributor is the personal development along with a desire to study more to win the competition. To prove this, in Korea, it is popular – even common now – to have a private tutor to teach extra pieces of study with paying a lot of money (?!). As a consequence, young pupils learn faster than what they learn at school. Furthermore, during the vacations, students study abroad to learn English for a month instead of revising school work. With the experiences gained from this occasion, it is one of the greatest plus points to go to famous well-known high-schools. /
On the other hand, some highlight the negative impacts that competition might bring and so choose to inculcate cooperation in their kids. According to them, when kids compete, they might use alternative ways for winning like cheating. Sometimes, they might be highly de-motivated if they are constantly losing despite persistent efforts. In contrast, by working or learning cooperatively in groups, children learn attributes as respect, exchange of help, tolerance, etc., Moreover, they also opine that the lessons learned in childhood lasts for the entire life and the children who always compete would do so for the rest of their lives and this would include both the positive and negative competitions.
In conclusion, being competitive is considerably important to enhance knowledge, yet the communal life needs cooperative people as well. Thus, individuals are cordially suggested to balance both competitiveness and cooperativeness.
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