In this essay I am going to be explaining my position on the schooling system. The first thing I am going to voice my opinion about is “should schools let students determine their own courses and not have required courses”. The second is “does practice make perfect” and “the most important part of any task is the planning”. The third is “the more money a person makes the better of a chance he has at life”. The last is “we learn more from our failures than from our successes”. In this essay I am going to explain my position on each of these statements in a different paragraph.
Should schools start allowing their students to pick what courses they want to do instead of having predetermined courses? I do not agree with this statement/question because if a student gets to pick his own courses then he would do class that are really easy and never learn anything. By allowing him/her to pick his/her course they will pick courses that they can finish really quick and with no problem. They will pick courses that require basically no usage of their brain to figure out the answers. Today’s society would be a lot worse off than it is right now if students got to pick their course instead of doing courses that made them learn the things that they don’t already know. The point in having predetermined courses is so the students learn the things that they do not know and so they can be successful in life when they get older.
“Practice makes perfect. The most important part of any task is the planning”. I agree with both of these two things, but I believe that planning will always come before you become perfect at something or at least the best you can be. Even when you are at the “best you can be” there will still be room for improvement, you just need to find someone who is better than you are and have them teach you. I agree not necessarily with practice makes perfect but I do agree with the more you practice...