Some people think that schools should select students according to their academic abilities, while others believe that it is better to have students with different abilities studying together.

Discuss both views and state your own opinion.


Some people feel that schools should only admit students with certain academic abilities, whilst others think that it is more beneficial to students with different strengths in a class. I’m personally in support of the latter because I believe that a heterogeneous group of students would be of great benefit to the development of each student.

To begin with, people who support the idea that schools should only choose students based on their academic abilities might think that students with poor academic abilities would not able to understand class materials. And this leads to various problems. First, they would fall behind their studies and be distracted. Therefore, they likely to get involved in harmful activities. As an example, it is common to see today students who cannot keep up with their studies become addicted to playing games because they feel that this is the only thing that makes them feel valued. Second, students who do not perform well at school often suffer emotionally. The reason is that they are constantly criticized and embarrassed by their friends and teachers.

Others, however, think that it is better to have a class with different types of talented students. This might be because a heterogeneous group of students will create a cooperative environment. For example, when working on a project, a class of various intelligence has to divide to the work to different students with special skills and work collaboratively with each other. This helps to form an environment where students can exchange their knowledge and realize their potentials, which lays the foundation for them when they go to work in the future. In fact, at work, people nowadays encourage employees to work cooperatively as it can produce more positive results than to work separately.

In conclusion, there are people who believe school should only select students with the ability to perform academically well, and people who think educators should choose students with different talents. I personally support the latter. This is because I think that a class of different types of intelligence would allow students to deploy their skills and work collaboratively with each other.

Some people feel that schools should only admit students with certain academic abilities, whilst others think that it is more beneficial to (There is a missing verb here.) students with different strengths in a class. I’m personally in support of the latter because I believe that a heterogeneous group of students would be of great benefit to the development of each student. (You need to define what students you are writing about. Is is primary school, high school or university?)

To begin with, people who support the idea that schools should only choose students based on their academic abilities might think that students with poor academic abilities would not able to understand class materials. And this leads to various problems. First, they would fall behind the other students in the class their studies and be distracted. Therefore, they likely (ungrammatical) to get involved in harmful activities. As an example, it is common to see these students today (Do not repeat the same phrase) students who cannot keep up with their studies become addicted to playing games because they feel that this is the only thing that makes them feel valued. Second, students who do not perform well at school often suffer emotionally. The reason is that they are constantly criticized and embarrassed by their friends and teachers.

Others, however, think that it is better to have a class with different types (what types of students are there?) of talented students. ( Talented students are smart and above average.) This might be because a heterogeneous group of students will create a cooperative environment. For example, when working on a project, (Give an example of a project you are talking about) a class of various intelligence (wrong phrase. An intelligence is not a class member) has to divide to the work to (incorrect prepositions) different students with special skills and work collaboratively with each other. This helps to form an environment where students can exchange their knowledge and realize their potential, potentials, which lays the foundation for them when they go to work in the future. In fact, at work, people nowadays encourage employees to work cooperatively as it can produce more positive results than to work separately.

In conclusion, there are people who believe school should only select students with the ability to perform well academically well, and people who think educators should choose students with different talents. I personally support the latter. This is because I think that a class of different types of intelligence (wrong expression) would allow students to deploy (wrong word) their skills and work collaboratively with each other.

a class of various intelligence (wrong phrase. An intelligence is not a class member)

Can you please show me the correct sentence? (without being repetitive)

would allow students to deploy (wrong word) their skills and work collaboratively with each other.

Can you please replace the word "deploy" by another word. And can you please explain why the word" deploy" is wrong?

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a class of various intelligence (wrong phrase. An intelligence is not a class member)

Can you please show me the correct sentence without being repetitive?

would allow students to deploy (wrong word) their skills and work collaboratively with each other.

Can you please replace the word" deploy" and explain why it is wrong?

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Tran Tung Danga class of various intelligence (wrong phrase. An intelligence is not a class member)

Pronouns and related words are the most effective tool to avoid repetition. Most beginning essay writers do not have good skills in using them. Pronouns refer to ideas or nouns just mentioned.

This might be because a heterogeneous group of students will create a cooperative environment. For example, when working on a project, such a class can distribute the individual tasks to members with the best skills, resulting in an optimal outcome.


The determiner "such a" means "one like the one I just mentioned".

See entry B2 (scroll down)

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/such?q=such_1

More information on "such"

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/such

Tran Tung DangCan you please replace the word" deploy" and explain why it is wrong?

Deploy is a verb with limited uses. Here are some common uses:

Governments deploy troops and weapons to strategic positions. (Place strategically)
Airbags are set to deploy when there is an accident. (unfold, open)
The company intends to deploy new equipment to all its remote offices. (Send out applications, equipment)
Parachuters wear two chutes in case one fails to deploy.


The students are not sending out and installing their skills.

What do you intend to say? There are many good verb choices:

would allow students to exercise / practice / test / employ / develop / improve / strengthen / hone / sharpen / show off / display / their skills and work collaboratively with each other.

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