Writing Task 2: Children have the freedom to make mistakes

Writing Task 2

Some people believe that children have the freedom to make mistakes, while others argue that adults should prevent them from doing so.

Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Sample Answer

Children are extremely ingenuous, owing to which they generally make many mistakes. To this, some people propound that they should be prevented from doing so, while others believe that they should be given the freedom to make mistakes and cannot be expected to behave in the same way adults do. I find I am inclined towards the latter school of thought. In the forthcoming paragraphs, we shall see both the perspectives and put forth my viewpoints on the topic.

From the purview of thoughts that consider curbing children from making mistakes, one of the prime reasons commensurate with it is the future consequences. Children of today would be the resources tomorrow and therefore, such potential assets could not be allowed to make mistakes and let go of them committing it time and again. Also, as they are in the most malleable stage of their lives, they should be channelized and structured in the aptest contour. It might make them have a streamlined flow against the winds and pangs of hardships in the future. Generally, giving them an easy passage of tagging and deeming them as credulous, we exacerbate their status of culminating in becoming a resourceful adult of substance.

In contrariety, others advocate endowing the laxity upon children and I stand in the unwavering anchorage of this very notion. As is known to all, childhood is the golden phase of everyone’s life, a phase that is often cherished and treasured with the most beautiful embellishments of our memory lane. In such a situation, having such a delicate phase filled with too many checks and crosses leads them to have nothing but ultimate losses in terms of proselytizing them in the X-Y plane. As is reconnoitred more often than not, children having a troubled or encumbered childhood are more prone and potent in adopting various forms of stress and nervous disorders, which as a matter of fact, completely obliterates the agenda of creating materialistic and substantial resources for the world. Moreover, if they are thwarted to make mistakes and eschewed facing the eventualities of making them, they could never taste the other side of it. Hence, giving them a practical facet of the consequential problems that arise from making such mistakes will eventually be profitable for them. Also, as is often quoted, “One who fails to fail, plans to wail,” and so, as per my conscience, they should be allowed to walk, stutter, fall, and eventually learn to trod themselves, but of course under a watchful tutelage.

In conclusion, we may therefore say that children should be allowed to make mistakes, in fact, many of them, so that they learn from it in real and by the time they grow up to be adults, they turn out to be virtuous and prudential ones.

Structure of the essay

You were given a discussion essay for which you had to give an opinion. Choose a side. State your opinion on it.

Introduction:

Question Paraphrased – Children are extremely ingenuous, owing to which they generally make many mistakes. To this, some people propound that they should be prevented from doing so, while others believe that they should be given the freedom to make mistakes and cannot be expected to behave in the same way adults do.

Opinion – I find I am inclined towards the latter school of thought.

A thesis statement – In the forthcoming paragraphs, we shall see both perspectives and put forth my viewpoints on the topic.

Body Paragraph 1:

Central Idea: Children shouldn’t be allowed to make mistakes Supporting points:

• Children of today would be the resources tomorrow and therefore, such potential assets could not be allowed to make mistakes and let go of them committing it time and again.

• Also, as they are in the most malleable stage of their lives, they should be channelized and structured in the aptest contour. It might make them have a streamlined flow against the winds and pangs of hardships in the future.

• Generally, giving them an easy passage of tagging and deeming them as credulous, we exacerbate their status of culminating in becoming a resourceful adult of substance

Body Paragraph 2:

Central Idea: Children should be allowed to make mistakes Supporting points:

• Childhood is the golden phase of everyone’s life, a phase that is often cherished and treasured with the most beautiful embellishments of our memory lane. In such a

situation, having such a delicate phase filled with too many checks and crosses leads them to have nothing but ultimate losses in terms of proselytizing them in the X-Y plane.

• As is reconnoitred more often than not, children having a troubled or encumbered childhood are more prone and potent in adopting various forms of stress and nervous disorders, which as a matter of fact, completely obliterates the agenda of creating materialistic and substantial resources for the world.

• If they are thwarted to make mistakes and eschewed facing the eventualities of making them, they could never taste the other side of it. Hence, giving them a practical facet of the consequential problems that arise from making such mistakes will eventually be profitable for them.

• It is often quoted, “One who fails to fail, plans to wail,” and so, as per my conscience goes, they should be allowed to walk, stutter, fall, stutter, and eventually learn to trod themselves, but of course under a watchful tutelage

Conclusion:

In conclusion, we may therefore say that children should be allowed to make mistakes, in fact, many of them, so that they learn from it in real and by the time they grow up to be adults, they turn out to be virtuous and prudential ones.

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