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Topic: Some believe that more academic subjects such as chemistry, physics and history should be taught in schools, while others believe that students will derive more benefit from studying practical subjects, such as motor mechanics and cooking. Discuss both views and provide your own opinion with relevant examples

Essay:

Nowadays, the question of whether or not the academic should be taught in schools has been receiving a great deal of public attention. Although having access to academic courses is not without advantages, vocational subjects will be far more significant.

There are a number of benefits of teaching academic courses in schools. First, since students want to land decent jobs later, Academic courses are necessary. In fact, these subjects such as math, science and physics prepare for learners fundamental theories to do complex jobs like doctor, teacher and scientist which require deeper understanding of nature od subjects, thus makes them become more competitive in the labour market. Second, by attending to academic courses which require students have to deal with various assignments and researches, they have opportunities to develop some soft skills such as problem-solving skills, logical thinking and communication skills. This means that several academic courses' activities like teamwork and presentation prepare students essential skill to apply for their future jobs, which help them adapt with work easily.

Nevertheless, vocational subjects should be considered to train students in schooling. First, in order to apply for a job without requiring higher qualifications, these courses providing for students with various practical skills and work experience. For example a young person who is trained by motor machanic at school can early make a living after graduating, which supports themselves and raise their family as soon as possible. Second, by encouraging students study vocational courses, they can become employees working as manual jobs. This means that if vocational courses were invested to improve the quality workforce and attract more students, some countries such as Canada, Japan and Autralia would reach a balance of the labour market.

In conclusion, Emphazing the academic subjects in educational system for improving workforce should be not considered as the most effective way. By teaching different vacational courses, the labour market will be balanced.

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Nowadays, the question of whether or not the academic (wrong usage. Academic is an adjective. You cannot use it as a noun.) should be taught in schools has been receiving a great deal of public attention. Although having access to academic courses in the secondary schools curriculum is not without advantages, vocational subjects will be far more significant. (wrong word - useful, helpful, beneficial, pragmatic, practical... there are many choices that can fit here.)

There are a number of benefits of teaching academic courses in schools. First, since students want to land decent jobs later, Academic courses are necessary. In fact, these subjects such as math, science and physics prepare for (wrong usage. ) learners (wrong word) fundamental theories to do complex jobs like doctor, teacher and scientist which require a deeper understanding of nature od subjects, thus makes (wrong form ) them become more competitive in the labour market. Second, by attending to academic courses which require students have (wrong usage. ) to deal with various assignments and researches, (wrong usage. Research is non-count. Also, it is not a good choice here.) they have opportunities to develop some soft skills such as problem-solving skills, logical thinking and communication skills. This means that several academic courses' activities like teamwork and presentation prepare students essential skill (wrong usage. "prepare skill" is not good English. ) to apply for their future jobs, which help (wrong form. ) them adapt with to work easily.

Nevertheless, vocational subjects should be considered to train students in schooling. (wrong usage) First, in order to apply for a job without requiring higher qualifications, these courses providing for students with various practical skills and work experience. For example a young person who is trained by (wrong usage) motor machanic at school can early (wrong usage) make a living after graduating, which supports themselves and raise their family as soon as possible. (wrong usage. ) Second, by encouraging students to study vocational courses, they can become employees working as (wrong word) manual jobs. This means that if vocational courses were invested (wrong word. ) to improve the quality of the workforce and attract more students, some countries such as Canada, Japan and Autralia would reach a balance of the labour market. (wrong usage. )

In conclusion, Emphazing the academic subjects in educational system for improving workforce (wrong usage. ) should be not considered as the most effective way. By teaching different vacational courses, the labour market will be balanced.

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Thank you for your checking, please recommend for me a fit sentence for this "For example a young person who is trained by(wrong usage) motor machanic at school can early (wrong usage) make a living after graduating, which supports themselves and raise their family as soon as possible"
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For example, a young person who is trained to be a auto mechanic in a vocational school can make a living immediately after graduating. They will not only be able to support themselves, but get married and have children.