Topic: Some people believe that unpaid community service should be a compulsory part of high school programmes (for example working for a charity, improving the neighbourhood or teaching sports to younger children).

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

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Certain people think that free community duties must be introduced in the curriculum of high school students as a mandatory subject. In my opinion, I partially agree that it might have somehow benefits but we can not force our students to do it unvoluntarily.

First of all, it is evident that some free community services are useful extracurricular models to educate students how to be a good citizen. Throughout such activities, students learn about the social responsibility, the happiness when helping and sharing their kindness to more vulnerable individuals. Moreover, this non-profit work also allow our youngsters to improve their soft skills including interpersonal contact, teamworking, project management etc. that are indispensable for every employee after leaving school.

However, we should not organise community services as a compulsory programme. It could engender negative effects because youngsters will perceive a sense of unvoluntariness. They feel as if they are forced to fulfill a task to earn the good remarks at school. Besides, high school students should spend more time on necessary subjects such as science, history, culture and even sports.

In conclusion, doing unpaid community activities is an excellent opportunity to shape a kind personality if educators conduct it as an optional module in high school programmes.

Certain people think that free community duties (This is not a natural collocation. You cannot just substitute word-for-word. Most of the time, the result is ugly. ) must be introduced in the curriculum of high schools students as a mandatory subject. In my opinion, (The verb "agree" is an opinion verb, so the phrase "in my opinion" is redundant.

Delete it, or change the verb "agree". e.g. In my opinion, requiring students do hours of volunteer work is a very bad idea, but it should definitely be an option, where students are rewarded with a special certification as well as earning credits toward graduation.)

I partially agree that it might have somehow (wrong usage. "somehow" is not an adjective.) benefits but we can not force our students to do it unvoluntarily.

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However, we should not organise community services as a compulsory programme. It could engender negative effects because youngsters (wrong word.) will perceive a sense of unvoluntariness. They feel as if they are forced to fulfill a task to earn the good remarks (wrong word.) at school. Besides, high school students should spend more time on core necessary subjects such as science, history, culture (wrong word. Culture is not a subject. Other subjects are language, economics, and social studies. ) and even sports.

In conclusion, doing unpaid community activities is an excellent opportunity to shape a kind personality ((wrong usage.) if educators add conduct it as an optional module in high school programmes.

Thank you very much for your correction.