نمونه تمپلیت نمره کامل بخش رایتینگ آیلتس یا تافل یا آزمون PTE Academic - 2
Subjects such as Art, Sport and Music are being dropped from the school curriculum for subjects such as Information Technology.
Many people believe that children suffer as a result of these changes.
To what extent would you support or reject the idea of moving these subjects from school curriculum?
In recent times there has been much debate about which subjects should be included on the school curriculum. One particular issue is whether the introduction of more modern subjects such as IT for more traditional subjects such as art and music disadvantages the pupils. I believe that this is a difficult question and different solutions need to be found for primary and secondary schools.
There is one major argument in favour of replacing art, music and sport on the curriculum with subjects like IT. Because the purpose of school is to prepare children for their working life after school, so the subjects on the curriculum should he relevant to their potential careers. From this point of view, IT is much relevant to schoolchildren as they need to he computer literate if they want to survive in the workplace. For example, it is easy to see that word processing and programming skills will impress employers more than the ability to run fast or draw well.
There are also, however, strong arguments for retaining the more traditional subjects as part of the curriculum. One significant counter—argument is that the purpose of education is not just to prepare children for later career but also to develop their all round “culture". It is important that children leave school with some knowledge of art, music and sport as all these will help the development of different aspects of young people’s personalities.
My own personal point of view is that there is merit in both sides of the debate and that all children should study some IT, art, music and sport at least at primary school. At secondary school, however, children should be offered a choice between these subjects so that they can continue to study them if they wish.