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Disruptive school students have a negative influence on others. Students who are noisy and disobedient should be grouped and taught separately. Do you agree or disagree with this view?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own experience or knowledge.
Write at least 250 words.
It is argued that disobedient school students create annoyance to others, and therefore they should be grouped and taught separately. However, except in some cases, this is not a wise idea, as I think this might worsen the situation.
The primary reason why I think the seclusion is not desirable is because it may make the disruptive behaviour more prominent. To be precise, one should understand that mostly school children are agile, and they cannot be disciplined as desired by the class heads. The better solution here is to find alternatives to concentrate their attention towards the academic subjects, by means of effective presentations like live practical sessions or the use of modern technology such as 3D animated videos. If they are isolated to another class instead, the situation would go worse and there would be only a minute chance for them to become good performers.
The second reason is the development of emotional conflict. When children are isolated based on their behaviour and performances, naturally a sense of inferiority complex develops in them. In most cases, they become envious towards the better performers and this emotional conflict may eventually make them school drop-outs. However, if they were allowed to be a part of their own class, they can always get better attention from teachers. Others, who are better performers, learn to strive better in adverse situations, and this can be good for their future.
I admit that a segregation of students is necessary when the behaviour may change to delinquencies. For example, children of extreme aggression can be separated, corrected and re-integrated to their own respective classes.
To conclude, albeit in some exceptional cases, a temporary seclusion is recommended, I do think grouping children based on their disruptive behaviour can have more adverse effects than when they are in their own classes.