The best way to ensure the growth of children is to make parents take parenting courses. Do you agree or disagree?

Some people believe that parents should be made to undertake parenting courses to guarantee that their children develop well. I partially disagree with this idea as parents should freely decide how to raise their children.

On the one hand, enrolling in parenting courses can equip parents with several necessary and skills and knowledge about raising their children. For example, first-time parents usually struggle with their newborn infant in changing napkins or feeding their offspring. Without proper instructions, they would not know how to handle and care for their children most effectively. Moreover, participating in those courses can help parents deal with their troublesome children during adolescence. Parents usually find it difficult to understand and harmonize with their children in this impressionable and formative stage because of the generational barrier. Being taught about adolescents’ emotions and behaviour, parents could have a greater understanding of their children, resulting in a closer relationship in the family.

However, although parenting courses provide a variety of useful skills, I believe parents should not be made to attending those courses. First, parenting is an innate skill which parents can naturally acquire once they have a child. For instance, mothers instinctively know how to hold and care for her child. If they have any trouble, there are hundreds of books about raising a child; therefore, they do not have to join in parenting courses. Second, many parents have previous experience in upbringing and may have their ways to rear and educate their children.

In conclusion, it is believed that parents should be forced to take part in parenting courses to ensure the development of children. Nevertheless, I believe whether to join in those courses or not should be up to parents themselves.

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Children grow. It is biologically unavoidable. How can any courses that parents take ensure this? They will grow because that's what all young animals do.

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This is a topic on Simon's website: Caring for children is probably the most important job in any society. Because of this, all mothers and fathers should be required to take a course that prepares them to be good parents. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this view?

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Some people believe that parents should be made to undertake parenting courses to guarantee that their children develop well. (That does not have much meaning. Write what the result it. - their children become responsible citizens / their children become productive workers / their children become healthy adults / their children will be able to take care of them when they are old / their children will have the best chance to be successful and happy...) I partially disagree with this idea as parents should freely decide how to raise their children.

On the one hand, enrolling in parenting courses can equip parents with several necessary and skills and knowledge about raising their children. For example, first-time parents usually struggle with their newborn infant in changing napkins or feeding them. their offspring. (wrong word) Without proper instructions, they would not know how to handle and care for their children most effectively. Moreover, participating in those courses can help parents deal with their troublesome children during adolescence. Parents usually find it difficult to understand and harmonize with their children in this impressionable and formative stage because of the generational barrier. Being taught about adolescents’ emotions and behaviour, parents could have a greater understanding of their children, resulting in a closer relationship in the family.

However, although parenting courses provide a variety of useful skills, I believe parents should not be made to attending (wrong form) those courses. First, parenting is an innate skill which parents can naturally acquire once they have a child. For instance, mothers instinctively know how to hold and care for her child. If they have any trouble, there are hundreds of books about raising a child; therefore, they do not have to join in parenting courses. Second, many parents have previous experience in upbringing and may have their ways to rear and educate their children.

In conclusion, it is believed that parents should be forced to take part in parenting courses to ensure the development of children. Nevertheless, I believe whether to join in those courses or not should be up to parents themselves.


Your essay would benefit from a personal experience. Are there free parenting classes in your city? DO you know any parents who have taken them?

Thank you very much. I will include some personal examples in my essay.