Some people claim that children should learn how to compete in school while others believe that it is more seful to teach children how to co-operate. What's your opinion?
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Introduction( 49 words)
Entering the 21st century, well-educated people can enjoy more prosperity and social progress. It is believed that a orrect ay of education can mould a child to become a promising human resource in the future. Nowadays, a debate arises upon ompetition or co-operation, which should be stressed in school.
Learning to compete can cultivate one's attitude of optimism.(topic sentence) It is well known that competition in society is intense. No company or person can escape failures. Since experiencing many failures in competition with their peers in school, these people have built up enough courage to face up to all difficulties they may encounter in the workplace or in their personal lives. Undoubtedly, a course of competition can help children overcome their fears of getting access to society thus getting well prepared for social life in the future.
Body2 ( 85 words)
On the other hand, learning how to co-operate with others can help you become more successful. (topic sentence) Some big firms' strategy is to win big in the global marketplace where it is increasingly difficult to compete without partners. Likewise, a person who lacks of the spirit of team or social skills to get well around with other people may not be able to adapt to working with colleagues. This is a fatal weakness particularly for great projects which can never be completed by an individual person.
Conclusion ( 30 words)
In conclusion, I believe that both competition and co-operation are indispensable for leading a normal social life. Therefore, both essential skills should be put forward to educate children in school.