Question: Some people think that children perform better in a single-sex school compared to a mixed school.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

My answer:

It is thought that children flourish in a single-gender environment as opposed to a mixed one. I completely disagree with this point of view and believe that a mixed-sex world is much more beneficial for children's full development.

The main problem with same-sex schools is connected to the lack of interaction and collaboration. Children who attend a single-sex school have been only working alongside and hanging out with same-sex peers and not socializing with the opposite gender. This type of education can hinder kids' development of vital social skills and be less able to prepare them for adult life after school which girls and boys alike converse and work with one another. Another argument against separating school-aged people by sex is more inclined to promote sexism which must be eliminated from modern society. For example, girls are only taught with subjects traditionally thought of as the preserve of them, such as literature and English. As a result, they might miss out on potentially beneficial learning experiences and can not achieve their dreams.

On the other hand, I take the view that co-educational institutions make a great contribution in helping young people do better both academically and socially. First, now that boys and girls present different thoughts and have various learning styles, they can learn from one another and develop a rounded view on any topics discussed in class. Thus, they could gain in-depth knowledge of those topics and thereby ace their tests. Second, a mixed-gender environment which facilitates a greater mutual respect and forms healthy cross-sex relationships is more likely to better prepare children for androgynous working life.

In conclusion, my view is that gender-segregated education increases gender stereotypes and I attribute kids' great academic achievement and better preparation for future workplaces to mixed-sex environments

It is thought that (This is not a good paraphrase. "It is thought that" means generally everyone is in agreement. That is not the essay topic statement. "Some" could be a small minority.) There is a belief that children flourish in a all-girls or all-boys school single-gender environment as opposed to a mixed one. I completely disagree with this point of view and believe that boys and girls learning together mixed-sex world is much more beneficial for children's full development.

The main problem with same-sex schools is connected to the lack of interaction and collaboration. Children who attend a single-sex school have been only working alongside and hanging out with same-sex peers and not socializing with the opposite gender. This type of education can hinder kids' development of vital social skills and be less able to prepare them inadequately for adult life after school which girls and boys in which men and women alike converse and work with one another. Another argument against separating school-aged children people by sex is more inclined to promote sexism which must be eliminated from modern society. For example, girls are only taught with subjects traditionally thought of as their domain the preserve of them, such as literature and English. As a result, they might miss out on potentially beneficial learning maths, science and engineering experiences and can not achieve their dreams.

On the other hand, I take the view that co-educational institutions make a great contribution in helping young people do better both academically and socially. First, now that boys and girls present different thoughts and have various learning styles, they can learn from one another and develop a rounded view on any topics discussed in class. Thus, they could gain in-depth knowledge of those topics and thereby ace their tests. Second, a mixed-gender environment which facilitates a greater mutual respect and forms healthy cross-sex relationships is more likely to better prepare children for androgynous (wrong word - an androgynous person is a female who looks like a male, a male who looks like a female or a person who you cannot determine whether they are male or female.) their future careers. working life.

In conclusion, my view is that gender-segregated education increases gender stereotypes and I attribute kids' greater academic achievement and better preparation for future workplaces to mixed-sex environments (missing punctuation)

Thanks very good topic on co education.