Task 2 - 01 - Education
Online classes make conventional classrooms unnecessary. To what extend do you agree or disagree?

In the fourteenth month since the first case of Covid-19, thousands of schools and institutions globally are still confined to virtual learning and have yet to resume their on-campus education. While one school of thought holds that this leads to the redundancy of traditional classes, I firmly oppose this view because of the shortcomings that online courses may bring.

First and foremost, in-person classes play a central role in cultivating interpersonal skills, which remote learning lacks. Students majoring in scientific, musical, or athletic fields are incapable of honing practical skills because elaborate equipment or specific tools are not available at their homes. Citing a piece of news from BBC, a senior girl felt devastated that she could not complete her band performance for graduation due to her inaccessibility to the university’s musical instruments. In addition, distance education makes interactive activities or team presentations no longer as viable as they used to be. It is prevalent that several learners defy to turn on their cameras or microphones to avoid questions.

Other compelling reasons to support physical classrooms are Internet-related problems of digital education. A portion of educators, especially senior professors, encounter difficulties in using cutting-edge technology. Taking my Corporate Finance teacher at the university as an example, he was one-month behind the curriculum because he could not get to grips with the online learning software. Moreover, people from isolated underprivileged areas or bad-off families either get patchy Internet connection or can not provide themselves with technical devices. That gives rise to the interruption that online learners face, thus results in their academic performance deterioration.

In conclusion, web-based courses may take a heavy toll on students in practical majors and those from remote deprived zones. From my perspective, even amidst this prolonged pandemic, the significance of brick-and-mortar education should not be overlooked.

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It's a bit lengthy. Please take a look and give me some advice. Thank you.

Selie DangOnline classes make conventional classrooms unnecessary. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

The instructions are not correct. See the edit above.

In the fourteenth month since the first case of Covid-19, thousands of schools and educational institutions globally are still confined to virtual learning and have yet to resume their in-person classes. on-campus education. While one school of thought holds that this leads to the redundancy of traditional classes, I firmly completely oppose this view because of the shortcomings that online courses may bring.

First and foremost, in-person classes play a central role in cultivating interpersonal skills, and which remote learning does not. lacks. (... play a role in cultivating...) Students majoring in scientific, musical, or athletic subjects require fields are incapable of honing practical skills because elaborate equipment or specific tools which are not available in at their homes. Citing a piece of news from BBC, a senior girl (DId she cite this news? "Senior girl" is not a good phrase. ) In a news article from the BBC, a woman who was a senior in a university felt devastated that she could not complete her band performance for graduation because she was not able to access due to her inaccessibility to the university’s musical instruments. In addition, distance education makes interactive activities or team presentations no longer as viable as they used to be. It is commonplace that students refuse prevalent that several learners defy to turn on their cameras or microphones to avoid questions.

Other compelling reasons to support physical classrooms are Internet-related problems of digital education. A portion of Some educators, especially senior the older professors, encounter difficulties in using cutting-edge the technology. Taking my Corporate Finance teacher at the university as an example, he was one-month (no hyphen) behind the course syllabus curriculum because he could not get accustomed to grips with using the online learning software. Moreover, people from isolated underprivileged areas or bad-off low-income families either get patchy Internet connections or can not provide themselves with laptop computers. technical devices. That gives rise to the interruption in their education that online learners face, thus that results in the deterioration of their academic performance deterioration.

In conclusion, web-based courses may take a heavy toll on students in practical majors that have required laboratory classes and those from areas with limited internet service. remote deprived zones. From my perspective, even amidst this prolonged pandemic, the significance of brick-and-mortar education should not be overlooked.

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Thank you so much. The defect topic can be attributed to my typo. And I would like to ask some questions:

Can you explain why these phrases are not suitable, please?

in-person classes.on-campus education.

It is commonplace that students refuse prevalent that several learners defy to turn on their cameras or microphones to avoid questions.

using cutting-edgethe technology

bad-off low-income families


Hi,

I did not mark you work but wanted to answer your question.

in-person classes.on-campus education.
I personally don’t think there is anything wrong with this. Although when I think of a campus, I think of a university or college and not a regular school. If you write in-person classes then it covers all educational settings.

It is commonplace that students refuse prevalent that several learners defy to turn on their cameras or microphones to avoid questions.

The word “defy” is a bit strong here. Defy implies disobedience to the extreme. It is very formal and not used often.

using cutting-edgethe technology

Cutting-edge means the best of the best. The most recent upgrade. So what you have written isn’t wrong if that is what you mean.

bad-off low-income families

Bad off is not a phrase we use in English. We do use well off to mean wealthy, but not bad off to mean poor.

Thank you for your kind elucidation.

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