Subject: Many people argue that home schooling is very beneficial for children. What are your views on that?
The answer is: NO
- Social benefits can only be gained and experienced through school environments.
-This can be seen through the many interactions in Scout’s 1st day at school.
-Therefore, children having been home schooled are generally lack of charisma
-There are many knowledge and experiences that cannot be taught through books and encyclopaedias. Social class, racism, prejudice, how to deal with certain group of people and the issues that come with them. -Studying at home creates an extreme atmosphere of isolation and this could lead to a psychological impact on the child. Fear of people, unable to communicate with people, lacking of emotion stability, socially awkward.
Home Schooling is beneficial for children
Home schooling is not necessarily always beneficial for children due to its ability to marginalise the child from the entire society. (Due to the limited length, I have combined the first 2 sentences together. Please demonstrate your vocab! You should use bigger words.) Moreover, the children will be forced to forego the social benefits and real life experiences as they become extremely isolated from the outside world. (The beginning of this sentence is identical to the previous. I have made a few changes to give it a bit more originality.)These beliefs are supported and can be interpreted from the book ‘To Kill a Mocking bird’, by Harper Lee. Through the contrast in characterisation of Scout Finch and Arthur ‘Boo’ Radley, who was once isolated in his house and cut away from the society, we can see the negative effects of being home schooled.(EXCELLENT! You have correctly listed one of the techniques and linked it to our topic. Well done!) Social benefits can only be gained through having children exposed to the school social environment and interact with people with different...