Topic 1 - HISTORY
It is more important for schoolchildren to learn about local history than world history. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Many people have valued the role of local history to schoolchildren over against that of world history. In my opinion, I disagree with those people as both of them are equally essential for young learners.

Studying the history of their hometown is for sure an indispensable part of school's curriculum during students' early education. I believe having thorough insights into what happened in the past at one's locality develops his patriotism. For example, children of primary and secondary schools in my village are taught about how their ancestors defended their land against outside intruders and reclaimed sovereignty. Therefore, those young children would take pride in their origin and treasure the life they have today. Additionally, I think it is not only students' privilege but also their responsibility to know about their own history to understand their hometown's traditional values and identity.

From another angle, learning about world history shares equal importance just as local one. Acquiring knowledge about the world's past events equips students with a more well-rounded perspective of life. Lessons about the World War or Feminism protest against women's abuse and discrimination would help those learners enhance their understanding about various aspects of the world. Furthermore, I think that being taught about the other countries' historical backgrounds would benefit young learners in their future career. Students who accumulate knowledge of this particular field at an early age would possess a golden selling point to work for foreign enterprises, especially those who highly value company culture like Japan.

In conclusion, I believe the significance of domestic and international history cannot be brought into comparison to see which one is more necessary because they have distinctively equal meanings to children.

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[quote name="narges"]I had an argument with an Iranian writing examiner who believed that we need to mention our personal view “directly” in introduction. He claimed that if you don’t indicate your direct idea through the first lines, you’ll be...

[quote name="narges"]I had an argument with an Iranian writing examiner who believed that we need to mention our personal view “directly” in introduction. He claimed that if you don’t indicate your direct idea through the first lines, you’ll be about to lose your CC score. He got nervous with “it seems that, it is believed that, … ”[/quote]<br /><br />متاسفانه هرکی هرمدلی که دوست داره رو میگه باید بنویسین! اصلا ما مگه ممتحن رایتینگ داریم توی ایران؟ ممتحن اسپیکینگ که نمیتونه برای رایتینگ نظر بده!

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I had an argument with an Iranian writing examiner who believed that we need to mention our personal view “directly” in introduction. He claimed that if you don’t indicate your direct idea through the first lines, you’ll be about to lose your CC...

I had an argument with an Iranian writing examiner who believed that we need to mention our personal view “directly” in introduction. He claimed that if you don’t indicate your direct idea through the first lines, you’ll be about to lose your CC score. He got nervous with “it seems that, it is believed that, … ”

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using " I believe...." in essay is not getting 7 or more anymore...as it is said that in most reputable resources that an academic person, willing to get 7 or more, should use indirect opinion like: it is believed that...-it is felt that....and so on

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this is considered as redundancy:<br />You may not say "In my opinion I believe something"

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