Some people say that in all levels of education, students should be taught more about practical skills than theories and facts. Do you agree or disagree?

Some people feel that students from all educational stages should be taught more about life skills than theoretical facts. From my perspective, I completely agree with this because it helps them to avoid being stuck in troubles and be more successful when they get their future jobs.

First of all, it seems that students without any basic practical skills commonly have workplace problems after graduating. To be more specific, it is quite common to see many fresh college graduates do not understand the common etiquette in a professional setting. For instance, my relative is very creative and always full of vitality. But he always implements his ideas without consulting with his coworkers, which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, thereby he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

On the other hand, I believe that students who are taught about practical skills at schools will manage to work more effectively. Thus, they would accomplish more results and be more successful. As an example, in Vietnam, students are quite inept when it comes to soft skills. This is because they are taught very little about those skills at schools, which is why when working for international companies, Vietnamese workers are usually given criticisms whenever they give a presentation or work in a group. By contrast, their colleagues, who were given a different education frequently make good impressions at work and thus they are more successful.

In conclusion, I totally agree with the notion that students should be taught more about practical skills in schools. This is because it helps them to avoid unnecessary problems as well as achieve more positive results at work.

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Some people feel that students from all educational stages should be taught more about life skills than theoretical facts. From my perspective, I completely agree with this because it helps them to avoid being stuck in troubles (not a good phrase) and be more successful when they get their future jobs.

First of all, it seems that students without any basic practical skills commonly have workplace problems after graduating. To be more specific, it is quite common to see that many fresh college graduates do not understand the common etiquette in a professional setting. For instance, my relative is very creative and always full of vitality. But he always implements his ideas without consulting with his coworkers, which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, (comma splice, ungrammatical sentence) thereby he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

On the other hand, I believe that students who are taught about practical skills at schools in school will manage to work more effectively. Thus, they would accomplish more results and be more successful. As an example, in Vietnam, students are quite inept when it comes to soft skills. This is because they are taught very little about those skills in school at schools, which is why when working for international companies, Vietnamese workers are usually given criticisms whenever they give a presentation or work in a group. By contrast, their colleagues, who were given a different education frequently make good impressions at work and thus they are more successful.

In conclusion, I totally agree with the notion that students should be taught more about practical skills in schools. This is because it helps them to avoid unnecessary problems as well as achieve more positive results at work.

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being stuck in troubles (not a good phrase)

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my relative is very creative and always full of vitality. But he always implements his ideas without consulting with his coworkers, which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, (comma splice, ungrammatical sentence) thereby he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

Tran Tung Dangbeing stuck in troubles

I completely agree with this because it helps them to avoid problems working in teams..
I completely agree with this because it helps them to avoid problems collaborating with others....

Tran Tung DangBut he always implements his ideas without consulting with his coworkers, which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, (comma splice, ungrammatical sentence) thereby he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

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.... which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, so he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.


.... which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person, and that is why he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.


.... which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person. Because of his attitude of superiority, he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

.... which makes everyone in the workplace perceive him as a reckless and pompous person. Because of his lack of team-working skills, he has not been given any promotion for the last three years.

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