Education1. The first distinguished scholar does a lecture on methods from old school. His research projects deal with the subject of quick learners who cover a lot of ground in the streets of India. They have natural talents and a proven ability for learning how to use computers, for example. The lecturer wonders whether we need to continue the old approach when the British Empire is gone. He also introduces ‘granny cloud’, a new method of teaching children.
2. The second leading authority in the field of education calls existing system the ‘death valley’ and wonders whether we’ll continue obsolete methods and make children copycats, receiving top marks, securing places at universities, getting credits but not acquiring knowledge. These know-it-alls will be awarded diplomas but will have a tedious outlook. We have to put our thinking cap on and make out the topical aim of education to return kids to studying.
3. I have some rough ideas on how to advance good education, especially English classes. One thing that is sorely lacking is learning it through practice and making grade this way. Eager beavers like we are need some outdoor classes where we can improve our skills with practicing speaking about any things. It’s a foregone conclusion that this way we’ll be more interested in achieving full marks. It is our room for improvement.