Topic: What are the advantages and disadvangtages when shools require their student to take physical fitness classes? Discuss both sides.

Physical fitness classes are usually obligatory in shools. They are proved to be helpful to students but also claimed to have pros and cons.

On the one hand, physical fitness classes help improve students’ health. Students usually have to sit at the table doing their homework or study for long periods. Those classes offer them a chance to exercise, get away from computer or smartphone screens by providing the friendly environment to develope relationships because students can make friends and interact with each other comfortably. They are require to play or practice exercise in group which is an opportunity to establish closer relationships. Learning or praticing sports such as football builds a better teamwork spirit. Futhermore, they contritube to student’s health by reducing the risk of obesity as students are able to burn the stored energy through activities. Physical fitness classes improve students’ height, body shape and immune system.

On the other hand, those classes can be risk to students. They can be injured because of mistakes while doing exercises such as gymnastic, running or swimming. Moreover, in some schools, poor facilities do not offer approriate conditions for students to practice and learning. Without being supervised perfectly, violence actions could be happened in some sports. In many cases, physical fitness classes are claimed to be useless and time consuming. Students do not have enough time to finish their academic homeworks as they are forced to attend these classes.

To draw a conclusion, physical fitness classes truely have their own advantages as well as disadvantages. It would be great for students to participate in physical activities via those classes under supervision and qualified facilities.

Topic: What are the advantages and disadvantages when schools require their students to take physical fitness classes? Discuss both sides.

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Physical fitness classes are usually obligatory in schools. They are proved to be helpful to students but also claimed to have pros and cons.

On the one hand, physical fitness classes offer various benefits. [ 2] help improve students’ health.

On the other hand, those making PE classes compulsory can be risk disadvantageous to students.

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[ 2]: You have some good ideas in that paragraph. Present each one, develop it and give an example. Also, try to show why they should be required.

[ 3]: Talk about the drawbacks of mandating PE classes in schools (not only about the negatives of the classes themselves).

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Nowadays, physical fitness classes are required in school and proved to be as essential as normal classes. In spite of disagreements on whether they are completely helpful for students or remain some disadvantages, those classes actually have both pros and cons.

On the one hand, physical fitness classes offer various benefits. Students usually have to sit at the table doing their homework or study for long periods. Those classes offer them a chance to exercise, get away from computer or smartphone screens by providing the friendly environment to develop relationships. PE classes should be required since students can learn soft skills via PE classes. Learning or practicing sports such as football builds a better teamwork spirit which allow students to behave properly, be able to listen and express their thinking or ideas and work in groups. Furthermore, they contribute to student’s health by reducing the risk of obesity as students are able to burn the stored energy through activities. Physical fitness classes improve students’ height, body shape and immune system. They also a good way to release stress and increase their productivity.

On the other hand, making PE classes compulsory can be disadvantageous to students. They can be injured because of mistakes while doing exercises such as gymnastic, running or swimming. Moreover, in some schools, poor facilities do not offer appropriate conditions for students to practice and learn. They are usually considered as the noise source distracting students who are studying in other classes. Without being supervised perfectly, violence actions could be happened in some competitive sports. In addition, mandating PE classes in schools causes expenses on hiring staffs, teachers and buying equipment.

To draw a conclusion, physical fitness classes have their own advantages as well as disadvantages. They are officially demonstrated to have positive impacts on students such as improving health and skills. However, their drawbacks are undeniable for not only students but also schools.

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Nowadays, physical education (PE) fitness classes are required in most school and proved are considered to be as essential as normal other classes. In spite of disagreements on whether they are completely helpful for students or remain some disadvantages, those classes actually have both pros and cons. [ 1] However, there is disagreement about whether PE should be a mandatory part of the school curriculum or if should be optional. [ 2] There are both advantages and disadvantages to mandating PE in schools.

On the one hand, physical fitness classes offer various benefits. Students usually have to sit at their desks table doing their homework or study for long periods during the school day. Those Thus, PE classes offer them a chance to exercise, get away from computers or smartphone screens by providing the friendly and provide them a conducive environment to develop their social skills. relationships. PE classes should be required since students can learn soft skills via PE classes. [ 3] Moreover, learning or practicing sports such as football builds a better teamwork spirit which allows students to behave properly , be able to and listen and express their thinking or ideas and work in groups. Furthermore, they PE contribute to improves student health by reducing the risk of obesity as students are able to burn the stored a lot of energy through aerobic activities. Physical fitness classes improve students’ height, body shape and immune system. They also a good Finally, PE is a great way to release stress and relax. increase their productivity.

On the other hand, making PE classes compulsory can be disadvantageous to students. They can be injured because of mistakes while For a start, not all students are interested in doing exercises such as gymnastic, running or swimming. Moreover, in some schools, poor facilities do not offer appropriate conditions for students to practice and learn. In fact, mandating PE in such circumstances can actually backfire and make the students dislike or even hate it. They are usually considered as the noise source distracting students who are studying in other classes. Without being supervised perfectly, violence actions could be happened in some competitive sports. In addition, mandating PE classes in schools causes involves extra expenses on of hiring specialized [ 4] staff, teachers and buying equipment.

To draw a In conclusion, physical fitness classes have their own advantages as well as disadvantages. They [ 5] are officially demonstrated to have positive impacts on students such as improving improve health and interpersonal skills. However, mandating them has its drawbacks, including the expense of hiring more staff and buying sports equipment as well as alienating students who are not interested in particular sports or activities. their drawbacks are undeniable for not only students but also schools.

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