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  • Banumathy

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    April 20, 2022 at 11:54 PM
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    Few individuals think that a sense of competition in youngsters should be encouraged, while others feel that children who are taught to work in groups rather than doing it alone become more useful human beings. Though both has got some plus and minus.

    According to me, kids should be encouraged to compete with their friends or classmates to improve their talents. It is a kind of motivation that is done by their parents or teachers to increase their spirit of learning.

    Through motivation, children can learn to work hard and develop themselves to complete their task independently. It gives them the joy of winning and in case if they lose, they will find the way to improve themselves in future. Obviously, students can learn from their mistakes that they have done in the past. Usually two children studying in the same house will try to compete with each other irrespective of their class they study. Parents used to encourage their spirit by awarding them some gifts for their success in school examination.

    Few people think that rather than competing among peers, doing things in groups and learning to co-operate with others will make the children grow as useful adults. They can learn from their peer group and they also improve their inter-personal skills. Working with peers will give them multiple ideas and they can think creatively as well. Kid won’t be getting superiority complex too. They enjoy their time with peers and learn from them side by side.

    Sometimes, if they don’t have any competitor then they will show lack of interest in their studies. So, I would like to conclude here that kids can be encouraged to compete with their age group to succeed in their goals.

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