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Education can always earn enough attention from the public which means it is quite a hit that we discuss often. Recently, a debate about education methods is going on --- what method is on earth better to implement. The field trip or just learning in the classroom? My point is field trip is way too better than learning in the classroom. My view is based on the following reasons.

To begin with, field trip is conducive to help student get better comprehension of what they learned.When studying in classroom, students can only base on the textbook to understand and remember the theory.There is little possibility to use them in practice to solve problems.On the contrary, field trip provide students opportunity to apply theory to solve problems.Commonly, we all know that it is the only standard to test whether you mater the knowledge or not that you can use the theory to get problems done.Therefore, field trip is of great impotence for students.To ground on my own experience, I have taken a class called ERP recently,it inspired me a lot.After finishing it, I got a feeling deeply that the real business world is just the battlefield and I found that to run an entity is really hard.That means not everyone can be a distinguished CEO. Again,it proves how important the field trip is for students.To recap, I do believe that field trip contributes to help student to understand the knowledge better.

Plus,field trip is better at stimulating student’s delight in knowledge. Commonly,we can only insist on one thing and be expert at it as long as we are driven by interest. Field trip haves advantage over learning in classroom that student can participate personally in that process which can arouse student’s curiosity of study.Based on that, field trip is way too better than study in classroom. To recall this last internship I made, I got assess to the actual auditing procedure the first time. After finishing it, I have to say I love auditing and I made myself a commitment to be an outstanding auditor. Because of this experience, it is easier to learn advanced audit theory for me.Compared to the time without the internship, learning theory won't be that boring any more and it is more efficient. Field trip can make us improve dramatically, which is beyond the limitation of just learning in classroom.Up to this point, I do stand for that field trip is better to students' study than learning in classroom

Someone think that learning in the classroom is better than field trip.They said that field trip in really inconvenient. Like, we can hardly get the appropriate field spot as well as sufficient resources for students. However, all that staff can be solved by school and government.It just takes some time.But, we have to emphasis that field trip have much more advantage over leaning in the classroom.That is irreplaceable.Therefore, I do believe field trip is better than learning in the classroom.

To recap, field trip can help student get a better comprehension about what they learnt as well as can arouse their interests about learning. All theses can push the students to be proactive to improve themselves faster. It is long term beneficial for a student. Hence, I do believe that field trip does really take advantage over just learning in the classroom.
2016-05-13 09:21:50 来自 托福作文咩
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1.最后一段第二行 these 打错啦。 2.每句话句号结束后,打一个空格,不然一放到word里看全是红色波浪线...... 3.因为我们分段完成的作文,总字数超了。(我也是)在改精简点就好了。
2016-05-13 09:37
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评论 1 楼: 好好好!我再修改修改谢谢么么~
2016-05-13 09:40
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Education can always earn enough attention from the public which means it is quite a hit that we discuss often. Recently, a debate about education methods is going on --- what method is on earth better to implement. The field trip or just learning in the classroom? My point is[这里可以用一些短语啊my point is感觉表述不太大气] field trip is way too better than learning in the classroom. My view is based on the following reasons. To begin with, field trip is conducive to help[ing/to是介词] student[s] get better comprehension of what they learned. When studying in classroom, students can only base on the textbook to understand and remember the theory. There is little possibility to use them in practice to solve problems. On the contrary, field trip provide[s] students opportunity to apply theory to solve problems. Commonly, we all know that it is the only standard to test whether you mater[master] the knowledge or not that you can use the theory to get problems done. Therefore, field trip is of great impotence[importance] for students. To ground on my own experience, I have taken a class called ERP recently, it inspired me a lot. After finishing it, I got a feeling deeply that the real business world is just the battlefield and I found that to run an entity is really hard. That means not everyone can be a distinguished CEO. Again, it proves how important the field trip is for students. To recap, I do believe that field trip contributes to help[ing] student to understand the knowledge better. Plus, field trip is better at stimulating student’s delight in knowledge. Commonly, we can only insist on one thing and be expert at it as long as we are driven by interest. Field trip haves advantage over learning in classroom that student can participate personally in that process which can arouse student’s curiosity of study. Based on that, field trip is way too better than study in classroom. To recall this last internship I made, I got assess to the actual auditing procedure the first time. After finishing it, [和上一段表达一样可以换其他形式]I have to say I love auditing and I made[这一句前后时态不一致] myself a commitment to be an outstanding auditor. Because of this experience, it is easier to learn advanced audit theory for me. Compared to the time without the internship, learning theory won't be that boring any more and it is more efficient. Field trip can make us improve [宾语呢] dramatically, which is beyond the limitation of just learning in classroom. Up to this point, I do stand for that field trip is better to students' study than learning in classroom Someone think that learning in the classroom is better than field trip. They said that field trip [宾从没谓语] in really inconvenient. Like, we can hardly get the appropriate field spot as well as sufficient resources for students. However, all that staff can be solved by school and government. It just takes some time. But, we have to emphasis that field trip have much more advantage[s] over leaning in the classroom. That is irreplaceable. Therefore, I do believe field trip is better than learning in the classroom. To recap, field trip can help student get a better comprehension about what they [have] learnt as well as can arouse their interests about learning. All theses can push the students to be proactive to improve themselves faster. It is long term beneficial for a student. Hence, I do believe that field trip does really take advantage over just learning in the classroom. 字数确实好多600+再精简一点
2016-05-13 20:15
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评论 3楼 好谢谢惠普!么么哒❤️
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Education is one of the most essential ways to cultivate outstanding talents for the country. And with the remarkable development of the quality of people's living standard, attitudes towards education have also changed a lot and more attention is paid to the education. Going on field trips as a new educational mode appears, and the question of whether it is better than traditional type of education arouses a heated discussion in society. As far as I am concerned, going on field trips is my preference. My specific reasons and examples are as follows. To begin with, going on field trips is conducive to students' better understanding of what they have learned. Admittedly, attaining knowledge by listening to teacher's lecture is not a bad idea for students may get a overall cognition of the subject. But it does prevents students from handling the specific details. For example, if students take their geography class in the classroom and sit there watching the topographical photos while the teacher is giving explanation on them, they can only catch the abstract gist rather than feel it by themselves. However, it will be more different when they are taken to the mountains and the river sides. They can see how the rocks eroded by the wind and how the river runs out of the mountains, going slow when it meets the flat open space in person. Apparently, going on field trips adds more details to the subject they have learned and makes it easier to understand and remember the knowledge. In addition, going on field trips does better at in stirring up students' inquisitiveness about study. Text in books is more abstract and complicated, making it difficult for students to understand. That will results in students' low interest in study and they are more likely to be absent-minded in class,not to speak of doing some deeper research in what they learned.But field trips can arouse students' curiosity by letting them get closer to the knowledge in daily life.I can still remember a special history class we had in Tanggu Museum.The boring numbers and terminological words turned into real objects in the glass window that day. They stood there silently, being so elegant and seductive, and the sense of ancientness suddenly struck me and from then on, I truly began to understand the inner beauty of history. Some people argue that it is better to have classes in classroom because going on field trips will add to the expenses and cost of time. Besides, we can utilize the time with higher efficiency at school , no waste time in running around. But, what on earth we go to school for? For acquiring knowledge, right? It does spend more if we go on field trips, nevertheless it is a worthwhile investment in study and the frequency of going out will not be so high that the actual expense can't increase sharpenly. What's more,it is undeniable that we may still keep efficient as in classroom when we are outside the campus if going on field trips is able to arouse our interest in study. (125) Briefly, going on field trips does better in helping students handling the knowledge easily and meanwhile, it is more likely to arouse students' interest in study,both of which meet the need of spreading knowledge more efficiently. Thus, it is better for students' education.
作业一:略 作业二:The education is the fundamental project in the project of vital and lasting importance. As the development of society, increasing people focus on the education, which brings a scale of money and time investment on it and the way of education has constant changes of innovation. As always, discussion relating to education is abundant. For example, in contrast, studying in the classroom and going on a field-trip, which is the better way for students' education. In my opinion, going on a field-trip has more merits than studying in the classroom. My reasons and evdiences are given below. In the first place,going on field trips is of great help to understanding the knowledge what we have learned. Students can not only rely on books and PPT to study, but students can get away from the confinement of classroom in the process of field trip studying by close observation of all aspects of what we have learnd such as shape,sound, smell and touch instead of only holding in books, which make us understand deeply. For example, at a biology class, teachers will impart all kinds of plants to students. If the class is at a botany yard or in a field trip, students can get an opportunity to touch all kinds of plants directly. In this way, they can not only observe the true appearances of all kinds of plants having in nature, but also can smell the different odors they may give forth and compare with the different environments in which they are. This field trips studying is more vivid than studying in a classroom through books or PPT. The former makes deeper impression and easiler understanding on students than the other. So compared with classroom studying, I believe that the field trips studying is better for students. In additin, going on field trips does better in stirring up students' inquisitiveness about studying. As an old saying goes, interesting is the best teacher for us. If studying on field-trip is better at stimulating students' curiosity of studying, it is more conductive to students studying on field-trip than studying on classroom. For instance, I remember that in the natural class at my elementary school, after a heavey rain, my teacher take us for a field-trip studying to felt the fresh air and fantastic scenery. At that moment, everything in the nature is so interesting to us. It seems to everywhere in the nature worthy to explore for us, which just like a adventure for us. From that day, the natural class became my most favorite class that I always have a great expection on it. Though many years had gone, I still have remembered the natural class in that day. By contrast, those natural class at classroom which I have forgotten all of them. A good case in point, if we going on field trips at a natural class, students fell that it is very interesting just like a adventure expedition. These stimulate students' interest on studying. I think many people have this kind of experience that we excite when we hear about the natural class on a field. So I believe that going on field trips is better for students' studying, compare with the classroom-studying. Admittedly, some people claim that studying in the classroom is better at education than going on field trips.For going on field trips may probably bring some secure accident, while studying in the classroom is relatively safe. Actually, there is no evidence pointing to study in the classroom that is absolutely safe. Whether safe or not is depended on teachers' management of organization. If teachers manage confusedly, studying in the classroom is also not absolutely safe for students. In contrast, going on field trips has the merits which studying in the classroom can not match. So I believe that going on field trips is more conducitve for students on education. To put it in a nutshell, going on field trips is more conductive for students' understanding of knowledge which they learn in books, compare with studying in the classroom. It also stimulates their interests of learning and promotes their positivity of studying, which contributes to the purpose of education imparting the knowledge. So I hold the view that going on field trips is a better way for students' education.
As society develops, the increasing correlation between education and students’ personal success calls for improvement and innovation of education. Some who stick at traditional teaching methods insist on their students studying in the classroom, while other come up with a different kind of field trips. Personally, I think conducting field study may be better for students. Here are my reasons. First of all, field trips contribute to better understanding of the knowledge gained in class. Textbooks and handouts might be the only resources students could refer to if they just study indoors. Field study, removing the boundaries of classrooms, could allow students have a closer look at what they have learned in class. The appearance, sound, taste, texture and other aspects of an object could render a laudable service for students to get a better perception of it, and thus facilitate their learning. For instance, my history teacher who intended to teach us about the old ramparts in our city, took us to the suburb of Nanjing, where we watched and touched (got permissions already) the weathered stones. Standing on the old walls, we had a vivid knowledge of the structure and the materials they used. As we can see, field trips enable students to fell the authentic objects and to cultivate their insights. And no matter how graphical a picture in a book might be, it will never leave such a great impression on students. Thus, I believe that field trips are of greater significance as to study. Next, field trips are more likely to arouse students' curiosity of a subject. As the saying goes, interest is the best teacher. If field trips could stimulate students' delight in study, then field trips outweigh classroom learning. For instance, I have participated in a photography course and I found the theories of composition and color to be dull. One day our professor took us students to a garden with breath-taking landscapes. All of my classmates experimented with different camera settings to get the optimal image effect. Even when it was dark, we continued to try long exposures and light painting tirelessly. From then on, no classmates have played hooky or dozed off at class. As you can see, if students are given the chance to practice outdoors, they could gain hands-on experience and thus get inspired by the exploration. I guess most people may have the same experience. Therefore, I believe that, compared with studying in the classroom, field trips are better. Some people argue that studying in the classroom is better because students could concentrate on what they are learning when they stay in the classroom, and thus could learn systematically. In fact, students will fail to be absorbed if they feel bored, not to mention their solid grasp of knowledge. Admittedly, students will become too excited to think straight during field trips, but this problem could be solved if their teachers could guide them right there. In conclusion, field study, with its efficiency of maintaining students' interest and facilitating their absorption of knowledge, outshines in-class teaching method. Thus, I believe it is better for students.
The past several decades have witnessed that the world’s economy is booming and more finances can be poured into education, especially in the places where students can acquire knowledge and master skills. Along with this phenomenon comes a heated discussion: is going on field trips better for children’s education than staying in the classroom at school? As for me, I have no doubt in proclaiming the importance of the former and I would explore the rationalities behind this idea in this following paragraphs. To begin with, during the process of going on field trips, there must be curiousness and surprise that emerge one after another, which really can help to deepen our understanding of subjects. It is because children would definitely refer data or seek help from teachers to solve their puzzles that are hard to find answers from textbooks. A good case in point is when I was studying the college subject, Chemical Reaction Engineering, its principles and formulas were so confusing that I could hardly be preoccupied with it. But the field trip after two-mouth study of theories offered me a chance to observe the experimental apparatuses whose complexity and precision incited my interests and it is not until that time that I was willing to specialize in it. In addition, conducting field trips are conducive to fostering students’ abilities of operation and adapting to social development. There is no denying that modern enterprises put an emphasis on employees’ practical skills and ability to communicate that can hardly be mastered in the classroom. Conversely, in field trips not only can we acquire journeymen’s wealth of work experience, but also we can master the essential social living principle. Recently I have read an appalling fact that the state-owned and private firms are more willing to employ those of rich social experience than the excellent students in academics. Is it a compelling case that explains why internship is so important to us? Admittedly, I’m not denying that the classroom learning should be never overlooked, for it lays a foundation for our following research and work. However, studying basic lessons in class, the basic requirement for comprehensive development of students, is far from enough for them to take a place in the highly competitive society. Moreover, only going on field trips can students have a deep understanding of curriculum and develop essential capabilities which is of great importance to their future. To put it into nutshell, I can safely draw a conclusion that children can learn much from going on field trips than staying in the classroom at school. Just as an idiom that goes, no practice, no gain in one’s wit. The most effective way for people to master knowledge is to go on field trips to put what we have learned into practice.
Recent years have witnessed a rapid development and profound transformation in education. Students have been able to access a more effective and novel way to study in the school. Some sociologists claim that it is better for children to have field lesson than only staying in a classroom. As far as I am concerned, the interpretation can be fully approved and I am going to elaborate my viewpoint below. First, doing field trip is conducive to a better understanding of knowledge that students have learned. Staying in a classroom, children cannot acquire an accurate and complete comprehension of subjects since they are unable to see and touch what they have learned. For example, my biology teacher used to bring us to do some field researches so as to make us understand the lessons more deeply. In that case, we always have opportunities to closely watch the shapes of various kinds of leaves and smell the different fragrances of flowers. All class have accessed to the vivid and direct information of vegetation which gives us an impressive impression that we will hardly forget. Second, doing field trip does better in stirring up students' inquisitiveness about study. Interests should be developed and boosted through a process of perceiving beauty by self-experience. Almost everything we do not know well will turns out to be more simple and understandable after observing it in the nature. As for me, I am a big fun of colleting butterfly specimen. Believe it or not, I was seldom aware of this creature before taking biology class. It was a sunny day and my biology teacher took us to a nearby garden to conduct a research on distinguishing different kinds of butterflies through their colorful wings. I learned for the first time that there existed such fabulous insects in the nature and soon got immersed in them. Since then, I have been trying my best to collect as many varicolored butterflies as I can and this becomes a part of my life. Admittedly, studying in classroom does also have some advantages. Students may avoid being bitten by some insects or injured during the field trip. Staying in the classroom can be safe. However, these problems can be easily solved by wearing some comfortable shoes or protective clothes. Meanwhile, teachers are able to impart a few notes on security before conducting the field practice. Thus, the benefits of field lesson can still not be compared and should be fully aware of. To put it in a nutshell, it is my opinion that going on field trips is necessary for students’ education. Not only can it conduce to a better understanding on knowledge but also stimulate students’ curiosity on study. In other words, this education type will do more help to students than staying in a classroom.

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