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Advertising
For:
1. Advertising promotes and popularizes new products and givepeople everywhere the maximum choice of products and choice.
2. Some advertisements are of high artistic value,
original and well-designedwith vivid pictures and witty language, artisticphotography and witty slogan ; therefore they add tothe beauty of our lives. They are a par indispensable to modernsociety.
3. Advertising brings convenience to people’s lives.
4. Advertising plays an important role in our economic life and isindispensable to the consumer society.
5. It is a kind of visual enjoyment to look at some
witty works of advertisingwhich add beauty to the cityscape .

Against:
1. Some leaflets and handouts are scattered hereand there, polluting the environment. They are regarded as rubbishand a blemish on the landscape ofthe city. They disfigure our cities,
2. Advertisements are not always truthful, and a product isoften
misrepresented , falseand deceptive . Manyadvertisements are fictitious , exaggerating,misleading and flying in the face of truth.
3. Advertisements are an
insidious form ofbrainwashing. Some are mislead and tend to induce people to spendmore and create demand for things we do not need.
4. It is very disturbing that TV programs are interrupted byadvertisements, and mailboxes are stuffed with rubbish.
Nuisance to TV viewers:constant interruption spoils the viewing. We can do nothing butaccept it passively.

Will Computers Replace HumanTeachers?
1. Computers are cold impersonal devices and they relate tochildren as though they are machines—without love, care, orfeeling.
2. Children who use computers will learn to communicate withmachines instead of people. There is a risk we will create ageneration of social illiterates. There is some truth to the
stereotypical “computernerd”.
3. Teacher-directed learning is underpinned by personal awarenessand a focus on students. IT-directed focus is impersonal.
4. Within a class of 25 children, there may be 25 variables. Thesevariables are understood by teachers but not by computer-generatedand controlled programs.
5. Classroom teachers become aware of student learning difficultiesand
foibles.
6. Computers present programs that can not be accommodated.Personalized shifts do not happen.
7. Computer-generated learning places all students in the grouponto the same program, at the same point, progressing them as acollective. Individual differences are not recognized.
8. Having a teacher in the classroom
poses many opportunities forthe students to learn life’s basics.
9. Having physical teachers in the classrooms is advantageousbecause they can teach personal interaction, reading, and teamwork.And computer cannot teach these things.
10. There can be
confusion between reality andfantasy, between fact and myth

Problems Probably Confronting afreshman
PossibleProblems:
1. Psychological problems such as
loneliness, homesickness andinadaptability.
2. Language problems such as inability to understand the localdialect.
3. Local foods disagreeable to one’s taste.
4. Can not adapt to the
climate verywell.

SuggestedSolutions:
1. A college orientation session should beheld to familiarize the freshmenwith the exciting school life.
2. Some special advisory and
consultative committees shouldbe established to meet the psychological needs of the newstudents.
3. Seniors students should be called on to offer help to their newyounger schoolfellows.
4. Different kinds of foods and accommodation should be availableto students from different places and backgrounds.
5. Some campus activities involving new and old students’participation should be organized to
familiarize the new with thecampus life, such as a welcome party to be held by the schoolauthorities.
6. Fresh should try to be independent and self-reliant.
7. Keep regular emotional contacts with one’s family members andformer classmates.
8. Active
participation in the campuslife is essential to removing loneliness anddisorientation.

Pocket Money
1. Help the children understand the value of moneyand how to use the money responsibly.
2. The money parents give help the children learn to manage money,and they can understand how budgeting, saving and interest work. Inthis way, they can develop wise spending habits.
3. It helps
raise a money-savvychild.
4.
Cultivate a spirit ofindependence and learning to make decision on one’s own.
5. Such goal-setting helps children learn to become responsible forthemselves.
6. Children are willing learners, and you will find by givingpocket money, you can get them very interested in whole process ofbuilding a healthy saving for the future.
7. Young children especially enjoy watching the money build up intheir
piggy banks, and they love totake it out and count it. This is a great opportunity to teach yourchild the different denominations in ourcurrency, and what each coinand bill is worth.
8. It is the beast way to introduce your child to the concept ofsaving.
9. Money management is seldom taught in schools; it is up to theparents to educate their children in this very important lifeskill.
10. It is a way to help educate children about personal
finance and managingmoney.
11. Parents don’t have to worry about being constantly asked to buythings for the kids.
12. Children can learn how and why to save money.

To Play, or toCompete?
1. Organized sports activities bring damage ratherthan benefits to children both physically and psychologically.
2. Physically, as they are still at the stage of developing bodies,hard exercises and tough playing will be inappropriate forthem.
3. Psychologically, winning and losing—the
keynote of adult life --- maymean too heavy a burden for children who should have fun and enjoythe game at that age.
4. The primary goal of a professional
athlete– winning – is notappropriate for children. Their goal should be having fun,learning, and being with friends.
5. Children will benefit more from those programs emphasizingfitness, self-esteem, cooperation, sportsmanship, and individualperformance.
6. Besides physical
hazards and anxieties,competitive sports pose psychological dangers forchildren.

Nature or Nurture
1. Learning is very important in determining who weare.
2. You can’t change your genes, but you can choose how to live yourlife.
3. If we take identical twins, and give one the best environmentpossible, and put the other one in
closet for eighteen years, thedifferences will be profound, and caused totallyby environmental differences between the two children,
4. Identical twins living in
parallel universes do notnecessarily lead identical lives.
5. Environment is more influential.
6. There is also substantial proof that an individual’s environmentaffects his mental
aptitude.
7. It is often difficult to separate learning from our biologybecause we begin learning at the moment we are born.
8. Biology certainly determines part of what we are, but we startlearning as soon as we are conceived.
9. We hardly separate biologically determined behavior from learnedbehavior.
10.
Socialization islearning. Socialization refers to all learning regardless ofsetting or age of the individual.
11. A person’s entire environment seems to be more effectual indetermining his mental ability than
heredity is.
12. Experiments such as these ones prove that a person’senvironment can have a
crucial effect on him and onhis manner of thinking.
13. A study done in Great Britain in the late 1980s showsthat
nutrition plays a very largerole in a person’s development.
14. Starving people across the globe show why lack of nutrients inhuman bodies can stunt mental evolutions as well as physicalgrowth.
15. Unique environmental factors (unique to children rearedtogether) cause differences in behavior.

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