Do rewrites in school help students to succeed later in life? (Hook…
Do rewrites in school help students to succeed later in life?
It is better to not have rewrites in school because they do not help students to succeed later in life on account of it doesn't prepare them for real life, it makes you feel like you have endless opportunities to complete assignments, and there is no preparation for your tasks.
Rewrites in school do not help students to succeed later in life because it teaches them that they can get away without preparation, that they will have endless opportunities, and that it doesn't prepare them for the real world.
Have you ever given someone endless chances and they made the same mistake twice?
Doesn't prepare them for the real world.
"There are no do-overs in life." -Conchita Hicks
Jeremiah 29:11 states "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." This applies to rewrites because God is telling us that we need to prepare for the future.
If you don't prepare, you might not get the grade you wanted.
Teachers would trust you less.
If you have a test, rewrites are telling you that it's ok not to study.
Preperation is key because it will get you further in life.
Endless opportunites to do assignments.
When you do your assignment to the fullest, you are honoring God when you honor teachers.
You can't always get another chance to do an assignment and you want to do your best on the one chance you have.
Rewrites are teaching students that they have endless time/deadline extention to complete an assignment.
You have to do your assignment to the fullest because it gives you positive motivation.
Doesn't prepare them for real life.
Affects people other than you.
Real life gives you one chance to do something, if you don't do it right the first time, it could cost you your job.
Rewrites make you feel like you have two chances to get something right. In real life, you only have one.