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In a word, studying only limited courses will be supportive for students’ physical and mental growth as well as their future careers.
2月27日: High school students are required to study many different subjects at same time or they should study only three or four subject at a time, which do you agree?
As for me, studying only three or four subjects appears to be a better choice and the listed reasons and examples will support what I believe.
To begin with, current young students have been under enormous pressure, doing great harm to their growth, and there is no need to impose too much pressure on them. To be more specific, to strengthen students’ future competitiveness in the society, most schools have expected to forge students’ various capacities since they were young by arranging a huge number of curriculums. What an ordinary high school student has to experience in his one-day school life can demonstrate how depressed and exhausted present high school students are. Getting up as early as 6AM has become common in recent two decades. Afterwards, a whole-day study will include various compulsory and optional courses like Mathematics that leads to intellectual stimulation or History that demands students to attempt to memorize historic events and relative effects as many as possible. When class is over, it is still far away from ending one-day study since lots of assignments such as the short essays or scientific researches need to be finished. Evidently, students suffer from the huge pressure from study, leading many of them to wear glasses at a young age and to be drained physically and mentally everyday. Thus, students are not supposed to be ordered to study many courses at a time.
To be followed, the inadequacy of enough leisure time will contribute
students to have no chances to engage in what they interested in. High school
students are still involved in an age during which they should exploit their own
interests to decide which area they will choose when going to college in their
near future. However, like I mentioned in the previous statement, to meet the
requirements set by school; students have no option but to immerse themselves in
a number of assignments and the freedom to pursue their own hobbies has been
deprived. It is known to all that interest plays a leading role in assisting
people to choose their future career and a recent released statistic in a survey
conducted by Beijing Human Resource General Bureau indicates that approximately
67 percent of college undergraduates switch their professions from their
major-related areas to what they are truly interested in their third year after
graduation. In addition, many of the respondents claim that they are not
satisfied with the current educational system, requiring students to study a
wide range of curriculums, because it entirely downplays the importance of
cultivating students’ hobbies and they believe that the earlier students can
discover their interest, the more setbacks they can avoid when choosing future
majors in the university and upcoming professors after graduation. A friend I
know named Andy refused to become a mechanical engineer since he was bored to
stay in the office building and finally chose to become a teacher in a
educational institute since he can apply his passion and extrovert personality
into the profession. Accordingly, student should be given more opportunities to
develop their own hobbies to explore what they love.