Question: 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

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People have differing views with regard to the question of how to solve the problem that rural children lack of access to school. While some think that it can be addressed by providing educational technologies, I do believe that supplying teachers and schools will bring more benefits to rural communities.

There are some reasons why many think that technologies make great contribution in increasing enrollment in rural areas. Firstly, if they studied with those, they could study at their own pace and not be afraid of making mistakes. For example, a new app called BIN created by MIT graduates allows learners to take multiple choice tests after each lesson, choose the wrong answer and try again until they can grasp all the concepts and skills. Secondly, people who are exposed to these intelligent machines from a young age will more likely to gain technological skills which help them get a good job to improve their life. Thirdly, Internet brings disadvantaged children into contact with the broader world, expand their knowledge and help them fit into not only their own country's cultures but also others.

Nevertheless, despite the benefits to integrating technology in lessons of rural children, I do believe that teachers and schools play a more important role. At present, a significant number of young people are out of school because governments have not increased domestic spending in education, particularly, in recruiting teachers and improving facilities. This means, more and more tutors and educational institutes needed to get children into school, impart knowledge to them and help them achieve their dreams. Moreover, during school time, if they had any question, they would instantly receive detailed answers from real qualified teachers and then gain in-depth knowledge of the subject. As a result, children can thrive academically and become good citizens, which has a positive impact on a nation's economic growth and prosperity, especially, a developing country.

In conclusion, while computers create a good learning environment in impoverished communities, I support the view that developing countries are in desperate need of well-trained teachers and schools to create good citizens and improving the quality of lives of millions of people.

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People have differing views with regard to the question of how to solve the problem of the that rural children lack of adequate education in rural areas. access to school. While some think that it can be addressed by providing educational technologies, I do believe that supplying teachers and schools will bring more benefits to rural communities.

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Nevertheless, despite the benefits of to integrating technology into the curriculum lessons of rural children, I do believe that teachers and schools play a more important role. At present, a significant number of young people are out of school because governments have not increased domestic spending on in education, particularly, in recruiting teachers and improving facilities. This means, (no comma) more and more tutors and educational institutes needed to get children into school, impart knowledge to them and help them achieve their dreams. Moreover, during school time, if they had any question, they would instantly receive detailed answers from real qualified teachers and then gain in-depth knowledge of the subject. As a result, children can thrive academically and become good citizens, which has a positive impact on a nation's economic growth and prosperity, especially, a developing country.

In conclusion, while computers create a good learning environment in impoverished communities, I support the view that developing countries are in desperate need of well-trained teachers and schools to create good citizens and improving (wrong form) the quality of lives of millions of people.

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Question: In many countries schools have severe problems with student behavior. What do you think are the cause of this? What solutions can you suggest?

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It is true that in many parts of the world, the number of teachers dealing with poor pupil behavior has been on the rise. While there are several causes of this, socialties can take steps to address the problem.

Poor parenting and inconsistent school rules are two key factors contributed to young people's negative behavior. Nowadays, because of the increasingly high standards of living, nearly all of parents have to work incredibly hard to make ends meet. This means they have been neglectful of their children and giving them unchecked access to the Internet, television, video games on which inapproriate and offensive content shows up all the times. That damages their mental health, impairs their academic performance and thereby creates misbehaving children. In addition, schools have not applied tough approachs to deal with low-level disruption, namely talking unneccessarily, using phones during lessons, which is the culprit of extreme behavior and can hold back any other students and damage teachers' morale.

In my opinion, both parents and schools can take measures to tackle disruptive behavior. First, parents should free up some time to play with, teach children life skills to cope in social situations through outdoor activities. Also, they need to get electronic pharaphernalia out of their children's bedroom and keep them in the family space to make heart-to-heart conversations, especially when children suffer exam pressure. Second, headteachers must implement behavior management policies correctly and robustly. For example, they need to impose strict sanctions for sheer rudeness towards staff and complement pupils on their good behavior which can instill the culture of high standards of behavior and thereby produce disciplined environments for them to learn effectively.

In conclusion, pupil indiscipline is associated with indequate parenting and inconsistent school rules. However, parents and schools can work together to deal with their misdemeanors so as to secure a safe environment where young people can reach their full potential.

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It is true that In many parts of the world, the number of teachers dealing with poor pupil behavior has been on the rise. While there are several causes of this, socialties can take steps to address the problem.

Poor parenting and inconsistent school rules are two key factors contributed (wrong form) to young people's negative bad behavior. Nowadays, because of the increasingly (wrong form) high standards of living, nearly all of parents (incorrect grammar) have to work incredibly hard to make ends meet. This means they have been neglectful of their children, and giving them unchecked access to the Internet, television, video games (ungrammatical series) on which inapproriate and offensive content shows up all the times. (wrong form) That damages their mental health, impairs their academic performance and thereby creates misbehaving children. In addition, schools have not applied tough approachs to deal with low-level disruption, (wrong form) namely talking unneccessarily, using phones during lessons, (ungrammatical series) which is the culprit (??) of extreme behavior and can hold back any other students (??) and damage teachers' morale.

In my opinion, both parents and schools can take measures to tackle disruptive behavior. First, parents should free up some time to play with, teach children (ungrammatical series) life skills to cope in social situations through outdoor activities. Also, they need to get electronic pharaphernalia out of their children's bedroom and keep them in the family space to make heart-to-heart conversations, (Do you want to have a serious conversation with a game console?) especially when children suffer exam pressure. Second, headteachers must implement behavior management policies correctly and robustly. For example, they need to impose strict sanctions for sheer rudeness towards staff and complement pupils on their good behavior which can instill the culture of high standards of behavior and thereby produce disciplined environments in which they can for them to learn effectively.

In conclusion, pupil indiscipline is associated with indequate parenting and inconsistent school rules. However, parents and schools can work together to deal with their misdemeanors so as to secure a safe environment where young people can reach their full potential.

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This means they have been neglectful of their children, giving them unchecked access to the Internet on which inappropriate and offensive content show up all the time. ( I just remove " television" and " video games" )

Poor parenting and inconsistent school rules are two key factors contributing to young people's bad behavior.

In addition, schools have not given sanctions for low-level disrupting, namely talking unnecessarily and chatting, which is the onset of bad behavior and can damage teachers' morale.

Also, parents need to get electronic paraphernalia out of their children's bedroom to keep kids in the family space and help them deal with daily stress, particularly exam pressure.

This means they have been neglectful of their children, giving them unchecked access to the Internet on which inappropriate and offensive content shows up all the time. ( I just removed " television" and " video games" )


In addition, schools have not penalized students who disrupt classes by sanctions for low-level disrupting, namely talking unnecessarily and chatting. This can represent the onset of more serious bad behaviors and can damage teachers' morale.

Also, parents need to get those electronic gadgets paraphernalia out of their children's bedrooms to keep them kids in the family space and help them deal with daily stress, particularly exam the pressure to prepare for exams.