IE 5

  1. benefits of education (6)
    • Education gives people knowledge and skills 
    • People with qualification are more likely to find work 
    • They can earn a higher salary 
    • They can contribute positively to society 
    • Schools aim to teach young people moral values such as tolerance and sharing 
    • Schools prepare children to be members of a society
  2. Benefits of studying Abroad (9)
    • Foreign institutions may offer better courses
    • Many students want to attend a prestigious university 
    • The best universities employ teachers who are experts in their fields 
    • Qualifications gained abraod can open the door to better job opportunities 
    • Living abroad can broaden students' horizons
    • Overseas students are exposed to different cultures and customs 
    • They become more independent 
    • They are responsible for cooking, cleaning and paying bills 
    • They will learn a foreign language
  3. Drawback of studying abroad (6)
    • Living and studing abroad can be difficult 
    • Students have problems with paperwork such as visa applications 
    • The language barrier can be a problem 
    • Students have to find accommodation and pay bills 
    • Studying in a foreign language is challenging 
    • Living alone in a unfamiliar culture cause homesickness
  4. Technology in Education :Advantages (8)
    • Technology is a powerful tool to engage students 
    • Technology can make lessons much more interesting 
    • Students can do research using online resources 
    • Students can study at their own place 
    • Adults can take distance learning courses 
    • Students can study whenever and wherever they want 
    • Students also learn skills which are useful for their future jobs 
    • For example, they learn to write reports using a word processor
  5. Tchenology in Education : Disadvantages (8)
    • People rely too much on computers
    • Young learners do not become proficient in some basic skills 
    • They use word processors and spelling may suffer 
    • People should be able to write a letter by hand 
    • Technology is no substitute for a real teacher 
    • Learners need a structured course 
    • An experienced teacher knows what materials to choose 
    • Computers are expensive to maintain and can be unreliable
  6. Tchnology in Education :Opinion (6)
    • Institutions should supplement traditional teaching with the use of technology 
    • Technology is part of everyday life 
    • It can enhance a teacher's lessons 
    • Students can use online resources to help with homework
    • Students must still learn to write by hand 
    • They should still use traditional sources of information such as books
  7. education in eveloping countries : problems (5)
    • Children often have to work from an early age
    • There are no schools in many areas
    • Families do not have access to books or computers 
    • Literacy rates are often low 
    • People in developing countries need knowledge and skills 
    • Education is the key to improving the economy of these countries
  8. Education in developing countries : solutions (9)
    • Developed countries could help developing nations by providing money 
    • They could invest in schools and technology 
    • They could supply the funds to huild schools and pay for teachers 
    • Children need to have access to free schooling 
    • Computer equipment could be donated 
    • The internet can expose students to a world of knowledge and information 
    • Governments should make education compulsory for all children 
    • They should encourage parents to send their children to school 
    • Governments of developed and developing countires must work together
  9. Higher education : Advantages (also see "benefits of education") (7)
    • There are many benefits to going to university 
    • A degree can open the door to better employment prospects 
    • Economies are becoming increasingly knowledge-based
    • Most jobs require specific knowledge and skills 
    • Skilled workers are needed for sectors such as information technology and engineering 
    • Repetitive manual jobs are now done by machine 
    • Many factories have moved to developing countries
  10. Higher eductiona : Disadvantages (6)
    • A healthy economy needs a wide range of workers 
    • Some manual workers will always be needed
    • A university degree is not necessary for many service professions 
    • Practical training is more important in some industries 
    • In the UK, for example, there is currently a shortage of plumbers 
    • Their services are therefore becoming more and more expensive
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