Starting this year, new changes in the education system will take place. The main change is that it will be very similar to the old era of education.
The new era has changed the opinion of many people in society. For example when they first introduced school uniforms, there were mixed opinions on them, some saying that they are a good thing because it is better for children to wear something similar to each other rather than wearing whatever they want. Other people were not convinced and believed that children should be able to make their own choices about what they what to wear.
In my opinion, I believe that it will take time before we see the full extent of these changes and how much this new education system differs from the old one. I do believe however that this change may bring more benefits to students rather than disadvantages as previously thought.
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In secondary school, students who perform well enough on their graduation exam can enter a three-year college program instead of only two. In addition, there will no longer be compulsory courses and students can choose their own course levels.
The most significant change in university is that they have made it easier for people with lower scores on their exams to attend university. They also changed the grading scale so that everyone has a chance to go university, not just those who get perfect scores.
This new education system has been received with mixed opinion. Some people believe that it is a good idea, but others think that we should be focusing on improving the quality of education instead.
I personally feel like this change is a new era for Korea, and I am very excited to see what happens next.
Although these changes do not seem significant, it is important to note that every little detail counts when trying to change a society.
This opinion article is written and submitted by our reader Bidushi Mukherjee.
The changes that started this year in the Indian education system will bring, according to the writer of the opinion article, New era, new hopes, “changes that are significant”. As evidence for this opinion, she uses some specific examples of how Indian schools are changing their systems. For example, she explains that now students can choose their own courses levels instead of being forced to take compulsory courses at secondary school level. The author also mentions here one big difference between the old and new eras: whereas previously students were not allowed to attend college if they did not perform well on their graduation exams, now students with lower scores who want to attend university can do so. This opinion article is written in an objective tone, without any opinionated words or phrases, making the opinion expressed less strong. For example, rather than saying “these changes are significant”, the writer uses a less opinionated word choice and says “it is important to note that every little detail counts when trying to change a society”.
This opinion article was submitted by our reader Bidushi Mukherjee on behalf of someone else who wanted to stay anonymous. Due to this fact, there are no words for sources or references at the end of the opinion article. However, this does not have any impact on the affiliation of the opinion with its author because she has demonstrated her own stance on the topic through specific examples and opinionated tone. It is difficult to determine the opinion of the author because it does not seem like she has an opinion on the topic herself. The writer’s opinion seems to be that these changes in education are significant and will impact Indian society positively, making it easier for people who do not score high on their tests to attend college and university. Although this opinion article uses opinionated language, objective words and phrases can also be found throughout, such as when she describes how “students…can choose their own course levels”.
The opinion article states that these changes in the education system are significant and will impact Indian society positively. She mentions ways in which the education system has changed, such as by allowing students to choose their course levels instead of being forced to take compulsory courses. Lastly, she gives examples of every little detail counting when trying to change a society.
The opinion article is written in an objective tone. The opinion expressed is that these changes are significant and will impact Indian society positively. There are opinionated words and phrases throughout the opinion article, such as the choice of “significant” instead of “important”. Lastly, there are no sources or references at the end. However, this does not have any effect on the affiliation of the opinion with its author because she has demonstrated her own stance through specific examples and opinionated tone. It is difficult to determine if Bidushi Mukherjee herself has an opinion on the topic because it seems like she may be writing about someone else’s opinion rather than her own.