Topic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages.

QuestionsCategory: Advantage/DisadvantageTopic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages.
Ali Zufarov asked 2 years ago

 There is a no doubt, the issue of learning a non-native tongue from the elementary school or secondary one has been hotly debating a topic of the critics. Admittedly, some states have enforced the laws on teaching a foreign language from five years old and others from 11. This training leads to both benefits as well as drawbacks to everyone concerned.
 
On the one hand, some governments can irrefutably gain enormous benefit from beginning to educate non-native language from the elementary school. Firstly, putting into practice such actions can open the door to a bright future career, subsequently, lead to moving the professional ladder up easily and successfully in near future. Secondly, the medical research has studied that some part of the brain is responsible for emotional sense, reflexive movement, and imitating ability. This mimicking skill, which is developing significantly between 5 and 11 years old, can make a valuable contribution to learning a new language. In Japan, for instance, the second language is taught from the primary school, and therefore, can prove their point entirely. That is why, the syllabus of Japan’s schools has been put in the first position around the world. Seemingly, there are some advantages not only for youths, but for people around them, featuring their schooling peers and the family members.
 
On the other hand, although the above-mentioned affirmative facts involved, some still consider truthfully that some obvious minus factors might arise. We cannot deny that many school’s curricula encompass a lot of fundamental subjects, such as mathematics, science, history as well as geography, and therefore while gaining such knowledge, schoolers find difficulties this meant that taking an extra class can be a key factor influencing mentally or making a long-term detrimental impact on the development of the brain dangerously. For example, loading further tasks to the brain can cause more fatigue, and then an intelligence may not receive additional data, as a result, by doing such rehearsal the memory may be done damage.
 
By final analyzing, all the arguments highlighted above prove the point that this practice regarding starting to teach the second language at the primary or secondary school can lead to both beneficial and detrimental dimensions simultaneously. It is asserted that if schoolers start to master a non-native tongue from the primary teaching centers, it is likely to benefit considerably from such actions.

Topic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages.
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Ali Zufarov replied 2 years ago

please go it over and give me a feedback

Ali Zufarov replied 2 years ago

thanks a lot for your helping

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Rachel Evans answered 2 years ago

There is a no doubt, the issue of learning a non-native tongue from the elementary school or secondary one has been hotly debating a topic of the critics. Admittedly, some states have enforced the laws on teaching a foreign language from five years old and others from 11. (?!) This training leads to both benefits as well as drawbacks to everyone concerned.
On the one hand, some governments can irrefutably gain enormous benefits from beginning to educate non-native language from the elementary school. Firstly, putting into practice such actions can open the door to a bright future career, subsequently, lead to moving the professional ladder up easily and successfully in near future. Secondly, the medical research has studied that some parts of the brain is responsible for emotional sense, reflexive movement, and imitating ability. This mimicking skill, which is developing significantly between 5 and 11 years old, can make a valuable contribution to learning a new language. In Japan, for instance, the second language is taught from the primary school, and therefore, can prove their point entirely. That is why, the syllabus of Japan’s schools has been put in the first position around the world. Seemingly, there are some advantages not only for youths, but for people around them, featuring their schooling peers and the family members.
(your paragraph seems to focus on individuals’ benefits rather than governments’)
On the other hand, although the above-mentioned affirmative facts involved, some still consider truthfully that some obvious minus factors might arise. We cannot deny that many school’s curricula encompass a lot of fundamental subjects, such as mathematics, science, history as well as geography, and therefore while gaining such knowledge, schoolers find difficulties (*reverse the last part’s structure may be better). (full stop) This meant that taking an extra class can be a key factor influencing mentally or making a long-term detrimental impact on the development of the brain dangerously. For example, loading further tasks to the brain can cause more fatigue, and then an intelligence (?) may not receive additional data, as a result, by doing such rehearsal, (comma) the memory may be done damage.
By final analyzing, all the arguments highlighted above prove the point that this practice regarding starting to teach the second language at the primary or secondary school can lead to both beneficial and detrimental dimensions simultaneously. It is asserted that if schoolers start to master a non-native tongue from the primary teaching centers, it is likely to benefit considerably from such actions.
TA – 6.0

  • address all parts of the task
  • the first paragraph is not addressing its own topic sentence.
  • in your writing, drawback is likely to outweigh the advantages

CC – 6.0

  • use cohesive devices effectively

LR – 7.0

  • use a sufficient range of vocabulary for the task with some errors in article use, word choice, singular/ plural forms and some repetition at places. Language use should be more flexible

GRA – 7.0

  • use a variety range of complex structure
  • some errors in punctuations

Overall 6.5

Topic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages.
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Ali Zufarov replied 2 years ago

please go it over and give me a feedback

Ali Zufarov replied 2 years ago

thanks a lot for your helping

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