In many countries, students who behave badly in class are expelled from their school and never allowed to return. Ryan writes an essay response…

 

In many countries students who behave badly in class are expelled from their school and never allowed to return

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4 Responses to In many countries, students who behave badly in class are expelled from their school and never allowed to return. Ryan writes an essay response…

  1. Larry says:

    Ryan, thanks a lot for the essay sample. If I understood correctly, in case if the opposite opinion is not offered, it is better to write a discussion essay, where pros and cons of given opinion are analysed.

  2. Sonni says:

    Hi Ryan,

    I got my result as following:
    Listening:9, Reading:9, Writing & Speaking:7.5

    I am waiting for my result next week for the exam which had the above question. Hope I get 8 each this time.

    Thanks for your resources.

  3. Sudheer says:

    It is true that in many parts of the World some students behave inappropriately in class, and as a result they are dismissed from the school forever. The debate over whether this kind of decision should or should not be implemented illustrates the ongoing nature of this exchange. On the one hand, many argue that removing bad students from others is a good idea. On the other hand, many consider this is not an optimistic solution. Both sides of the argument will be critiqued before a well-established opinion is given.

    In many schools all over the Globe, every year it is commonly found that some students bullying with their mates and in some cases they dare to confront school management without any fear. As a result, whey they are totally discharged from the school, it clearly demonstrates the outcome of bad behaviour to other students. For instance, I remember one of my school mates who had been provoking his classmates continuously was punished severely by forcing to leave the school. After this harsh decision, other students were able to concentrate better and school reputation also maintained without any bad remark. Because of this, it is clear why many people would support this decision.

    However, there is another pool of thought that argues against the decision of forcing students to leave the school. Dismissing from school and tagging them with the bad remark will spoil their entire career. For example, one of my classmates who had been expelled from the school never got admission in any other well reputed school. This stringent decision had a profound negative effect on his entire career. Thus, it is easy to understand why many people oppose this decision.

    After analysing both sides of the argument, it is agreed that separating bad students from others is an effective way to educate as it helps other students to stay focused.

  4. setareh says:

    demonstrates to the problem child the seriousness of poor class conduct.I don’t understand this bit.Can any body help me to understand please?

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