May 15, 2018 at 11:12 am #189677
Phan Thi Diem PhucParticipant
Cam 8, test 1, task 2:
Whether families or schools play a major role in nurturing children to
become good individuals of community is one of the most concerning matters
in a variety of arguments, especially recently. This essay will have a
close examination on both sides of this argument before reaching any firm
On the one hand, it is believed that families are the most suitable
environment for teaching children to become contributed figures of society.
Much time for communication between children and their own parents could be
the prime factor behind this notion. Such communication could be performed
through family dinners, vacations, games and other kinds of family
meetings. To take advantage of these golden occasions, parents encourage
their children to share their thoughts, plans and even secrets regardless
of their correctness. Based on those sharing, parents find some efficient
ways to adjust them if they go against ethic and community’s benefit. For
instance, the matter that a child shows his/ her unwillingness to support a
disabled woman who lives next to his/ her door is incorrect and should be
educated by their parents.
On the other hand, there are some groups convinced that the responsibility
of educating children to be good elements of society belongs to schools.
With professional education methods, teachers could coach and orient their
pupils how to think and act according to community’s needs. For example,
rubbish littering should be taught that it is a damaged action for
environment, thus children need to train themselves not to perform that. In
addition, through extracurricular activities such as taking care of the
elderly, the disadvantaged, schools motivate pupils to join their hands in
supporting these people so that pupils could understand their surroundings.
In conclusion, as my personal perspective, I do agree that the nurturing
children to be beneficial members of society needs a cooperation between
parents and teachers on a daily basis.
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