January 13, 2017 at 4:09 pm #79525
In developing countries, children in rural communities have less access to education. Some people believe that the problem can be solved by providing more schools and teachers, while others think that the problem can be solved by providing computers and Internet access. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
It is true that the children have some difficulties to assess to education in rural communities. While some people think that having more schools and teachers is the best way to tackle the problem, the opponents believe that installing more computers and extending the Internet connection is the better ways. I would argue that the top priority is building more schools and employ more teachers.
On the one hand, providing more computers and Internet connection has some advantages. The first benefit is that Internet is a principal source of information. Pupils can access Internet to expand their horizons so that they close the distance of learning and have the same opportunity as students in cities. The second reason is that using Internet is the excellent way to improve self-studying skill as well as IT skill. For example, students use a computer to search knowledge which they need for studying. Consequently, their studying result will improve significantly.
On the other hand, I completely believe that it is better to build schools and offers more teachers. Pupils will have more opportunities to access to education if more and more schools are opened. In fact, this helps to achieve the realization of the goal of the universal education. Practically, the teacher plays an important role in the education system. The teacher is mentor who interacts directly with pupils so that the student is able to absorb the knowledge easier. Additionally, with the proper guidance from the teacher, the pupil can make the most of Internet resource, and the education level in developing countries will be raised.
In conclusion, it seems to me that the provision of teacher and school is an excellent way to increase qualification of education in developing countries.
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