Topics: Education, Teacher, School Pages: 2 (447 words) Published: October 26, 2014
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Boys and girls should attend separate schools. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

It is true that exists differences between boys and girls, but these are not so important to make that they attend school separate. In the past, children were separated in genders to go to school for some Christian morality that nowadays does not exist. In my opinion, friendship between boys and girls should exist and be promoted by our schools, as well as teaching that they are equal. In addition, children learn since they are babies how they should behave, so to accept that women and men can work alongside they must start the sooner, the best.

All in all, a friendship is more complicate to do in the adulthood that in the childhood. Therefore, it is better to put them together at school in order to make them capable of a friendship. They will be able to play together and to see each other as people and not as woman or man. For example, when I was little, I was playing sometimes with girls because I like their games, they were not so competitive as boys and I preferred that behavior sometimes.

Furthermore, both girls and boys must learn from each other. Because girls and boys do not have the same point of view sometimes, so they can learn how the world is through another mentality. I mean, girls are more sensitive and boys usually are ruder, so boys could improve their modals and girls to be more savage. For example, I learned form girls to be more courteous because I used to be very rude in my modals with my teachers.

Finally, working alongside might teach them that the other gender is not something to be scary about. In the past, men saw woman as a myth because they did not use to be together at school or the playground. Then, when they grew up, men saw women as strangers, as somebody different. For example, in the past schools taught different subjects to men and women, so women to be a...
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