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Does covid-19 change students' life for the better or for the worse ?

Several people claim that covid-19 pandemic has a comprehensive influence on student’s lives. From my point of view, they may experience various problems in their life in the new normal.

By virture of high infection rate of covid-19, a large number of countries imposed lockdown, causing schools and other educational institutions to cease funtioning. Students are consequently restricted to only their residence without access to almost any forms of entertainment and face-to-face communication. Unless they are prepared to confront these circumstances, both their physical and mental well-beings can be negatively affected in the long term. School is also the main facility which provide them with human interaction and social life to many students so they may lack the necessary communication to develop resulting from school closures.

In addition, as online learning system is established, students learn through the Internet with technological gadgets. It seems quite true that this study environment lack the necessary direct interaction between tutors and learners while cooperation amongst students is also diminished. There may be, therefore, a considerable decrease in the quality of lessons and therefore students’ school results. Primary children learning the basic knowledge, namely writing letters, reading or arithmetics would have problem achieving them by this study approach since such students do not have teachers to instruct them. Obviously, students encounter a lot of difficulty when it comes to virtual study during this period.

In conclusion, I personally believe that covid-19 has many adversities on students as it has interrupted every facets of their life.

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Has the 2020 pandemic affected students' lives for the better or the worse?

Several people claim that covid-19 pandemic has a comprehensive influence on student’s lives. (That is not a good paraphrase of the essay topic. There is no statement about peoples' opinions. ) From my point of view, they may experience various problems in their life in the new normal.

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In addition, as online learning system is (wrong form) established, students learn through the Internet with technological gadgets. (wrong word) It seems quite true that (Extraneous verbiage) This study environment lack (incorrect verb form) the necessary direct interaction between tutors (incorrect word) and learners while cooperation amongst students is also diminished. There may be, therefore, a considerable decrease in the quality of lessons and therefore students’ school results. Primary Young children learning the basics knowledge, (wrong word) namely writing letters, reading or arithmetics (wrong form) would have problems achieving them by this method study approach since such students they do not have teachers to instruct them. Obviously, students encounter a lot of difficulty when it comes to virtual study online learning during this period.

In conclusion, I personally believe that covid-19 has many negative effects adversities on students as it has interrupted every facets (wrong form) of their life.

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Thảo VyPLEASE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACKS ON MY ESSAY.

Feedback is non-count. Do not use the plural. First, there is a problem with the essay question.

Here are some definitions because the terms are confusing:

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced official names in February 2020 for the virus and the disease it causes. The official names are:

Disease: coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

COVID-19 is the disease (illness) that people get when they are infected by this particular coronavirus. COVID-19 can be fatal, especially for older people and people with certain health conditions.

Virus: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome COronaVirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)

Pandemic: The situation where many people are getting sick by the spread of the virus in communities is called the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

Thảo VyDoes covid-19 change students' life for the better or for the worse?

Answer to this question:
There are no students whose lives will be better. Most young people will get sick for a week to ten days and recover completely. It will adversely affect their lives for a short time. Others will have no symptoms at all, but they might spread the disease to other people, such as their grandparents. If their loved ones die, this will make them feel very guilty and upset. A few will have to be hospitalized and also have ongoing serious side effects. Some students that get COVID-19 will die. Obviously, their lives will be worse.

The essay prompt should be:

Has the Coronavirus disease pandemic changed students' lives for the better or for the worse?

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