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Issue 51b - Issue 51b Is it only through meeting the...

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Issue 51b Is it only through meeting the individual needs and interests of each student that education will be truly effective, as the speaker asserts ? I agree with the statement insofar as higher education should emphasize cultivation of different individuals according to their different interests. However, when it comes to grade school, it's more important to help students gain basic skills . And the speaker overlooks another important function of education, that is, to meet the social demands . When children enter grade school, the first thing is to cultivate their interests in studying and help them form good study habits, the former will spark the spirit of pursuing unknown world , and the latter help them to be effective in future study. It is too early to meet the interests of each child for most of them do not know what their interests really are. It is teacher's duty to lead them into a interesting and fascinating unknown world, and it is the children's duty to learn what the teacher provide them.
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