| #2 (permalink) Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:09 am TOEFL essay sample: Boys and Girls should attend separate...
I have made some suggestions in CAPITAL letters:
|I believe that boys and girls should be educated in THE same schools to prepare them well for theIR life after the school. They also learn how to become friends with each other and there will be fair teaching if they learn through the same techniques in THE same school. |
Firstly, it is very important (in today's time) NOWADAYS that girls and boys should have vast/A WIDE knowledge in every field . Education not only serveS studentS to keep them informed about (the) acAdemic and bookish knowledge but also the purpose of education is to teach them about the world behind/OUTSIDE the four walls OF THE CLASSROOM. Co-education will help them in sharing each other's ideas and information and to increase the knowledge in their database/THEIR BASIC KNOWLEDGE.
Secondly, they learn to become friends with each other which not only helpS them in their school and routine life but also in their life after school. They learn to communicate with THE opposite sex which helpS in increasing their communicational skills, which in/IS important in almost every job today. Co-education better prepareS studentS/BETTER to deal with all kinds of people.
Finally, if girls and boys (will be) ARE educated in the same classroom with the same teaching techniques, there will be no chance of partiality. If they are being taught in different classrooms , what is the chance that they will get the same education?
They will get the same education in the same class with the same teaching techniques in every respect which will be fair and unbiased.
In a nut-shell, teaching boys and girls in a/THE same classroom with THE same techniques is not only aN unprejudiced way of providing them WITH a good education but also IT prepareS them for their future life and IS a good way of teaching other important skills too.
Thus, i strongly support that Girls and boys should always be taught in THE same school.
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