Friday, November 05, 2010

TOEFL Essay - Exercise might work, but so does studying

Q. Some people say that physical exercise should be a required part of every school day. Other people believe that students should spend the whole school day on academic studies. Which opinion on do you agree with?

A balanced mind is usually one that knows a good many fields. The wider our knowledge, the more capable we grow. If you recite diverse lots of facts and figures, others envy you. You are also the regent of your class. I believe that schools should focus on academics, not allowing physical prowess during school hours, for several reasons.

First, schools must reduce school hours but allow for playtime. There are times to party, and times to study. Partying is part of our lives, and those who do it well are known for it. However, there's a time and a place for everything party goods. If we reduce our work hours, we join parties better. But there should be difficulty in our lives. We should implore ourselves for hours at a time. Only then will we devote ourselves to a balanced life, to figuring the proper techniques of how to pull off partying. Then, when the school hours recede, we are better applied to the compartment that each section is reserved for. For example, if you don't know how to play, you better learn; if you don't know how to study, you better practice and get good.

Studies show that students develop across a broad variety of spectrum, gradually easing into variegated positions. These participants do so with ease and are more productive individuals. Down the road we produce a full live with remunerative interests. In other words, our interests give us back things to talk about and thanks. You are thanked by yourself for productivity. If we deny play from our competing namesakes, or our children, then what we're actually doing is denying being productive. Do we want our children to not be productive? How about do we want traditional families to practice nontraditional family envy: studying?

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