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  • Competition is good for students

    Competition can keep students more involved and participating in class because they want to end up on top. Many people are learners by moving and games, and competition is a good way to involve that learning style into the classroom. Even if a student doesn't like school, competition can make class more entertaining for everybody, especially competitive people.

  • Competition creates experts

    If students always thought that someone was better, they wouldnt think they were good enough. Itll push them and when they finally get to the top the amount of happiness with trump whatever horrible emotions they felt to get there. We have the best people we know today because they pushed abd they didnt let anything get them down

  • Competition is good for students.

    Competition is good for students because it encourages them to work for what they believe is fair and for what they want in life. They are likely to become more successful and won't be scared to face a challenge. If students are exposed to competition now, they will be better equipped to deal with it later on.

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    Bitrary skill that a vague group of people deem as important. I can summarize this by saying that I disagree that lack of competition makes people lazy. Rather, competition divides things into rigid, specialized categories that put more attention into personal ego than into project success. I would go even further to argue that competition is what makes a lot of people lazy: why attempt something if the standards of doing it are dependent on ego and praise rather than on mindfulness and innovation?
    From the day people are born, they compare themselves to others. Which toddler walks first. Who wins the most sports in elementary school. Who gets into the best middle school, and therefore the best high school, college, and career. There is a misconception that if someone cannot do something right away, they will never do it. Or that there is one rigid standard that all students must gravitate towards. How do we know that a student drifting away from the norm is not instead innovating in his or her own direction using intrinsic skills? Why not encourage people to learn about each other and work together, rather than teaching students to all compete for a rigid skillset? When you encourage everyone to compete for the same shining careers and skills, with t

  • Bitrary skill that

    Bitrary skill that a vague group of people deem as important. I can summarize this by saying that I disagree that lack of competition makes people lazy. Rather, competition divides things into rigid, specialized categories that put more attention into personal ego than into project success. I would go even further to argue that competition is what makes a lot of people lazy: why attempt something if the standards of doing it are dependent on ego and praise rather than on mindfulness and innovation?
    From the day people are born, they compare themselves to others. Which toddler walks first. Who wins the most sports in elementary school. Who gets into the best middle school, and therefore the best high school, college, and career. There is a misconception that if someone cannot do something right away, they will never do it. Or that there is one rigid standard that all students must gravitate towards. How do we know that a student drifting away from the norm is not instead innovating in his or her own direction using intrinsic skills? Why not encourage people to learn about each other and work together, rather than teaching students to all compete for a rigid skillset? When you encourage everyone to compete for the same shining careers and skills, with t

  • Competition is future!!!

    From my point of veiw,f there wasn't any competition among students so propably there wouldn't be any future for the coming generation.
    Children move forward only due to competitions that they face in their lifetime or during childhood,every successful person must have faced tough competition after which they would have find ways to overcome that competition and suceed in it.So hence competition is future.

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  • I strongly disagree with this house.The correct technical definition of "Competition" would be the act of competing as winning and prizes by beating out others'.

    Students go to school to learn,not to compete nor beat their peers.They need to be in competition but that is not the right way to help them become better.They learn that they are not worth just because they can not get the first place after trying the best they can and give it their all.They learn that they don't belong to the environment just because their names are not on top.By encouraging competition in school,we're trying to teach students how to envy each other and not taking others' perspective.When students compete,they are less likely to listen to what the others have to say.To sum up,I still strongly disagree with this house.

  • Competition is very good

    The reason why competition is good is because it makes character. It helps people be more humble when winning and losing.Over all it is a good way to find out who you are. Competition also gets you ready for the real world. Nothing is just going to be handed to you. You need to work and compete for the things you want in life.

  • Success in Competition is Meaningless

    Competition emphasizes arbitrary performance rather than gaining a sophisticated understanding of academic thinking. A good education teaches you how to *think* like a scientist, and *think* like an historian. Competition merely encourages anti-social behavior in order to 'outdo' your peers when applying to colleges or going for a job. Inequality in education cannot be separated from inequality in wealth.

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  • It will lead to depression.

    What is the point in competing if we know that our opponent is way better than us? When we lose to any sorts of competition, we will feel that all of our painstaking efforts are useless and just went down to the drain just like that. We will feel down, worthless and repeatedly thinking that we would not be any better than who we are now. When we are depressed, we would not possess any kind of confidence anymore as we are haunted by our past failures.

  • It will lead to depression.

    What is the point in competing if we know that our opponent is way better than us? When we lose to any sorts of competition, we will feel that all of our painstaking efforts are useless and just went down to the drain just like that. We will feel down, worthless and repeatedly thinking that we would not be any better than who we are now. When we are depressed, we would not possess any kind of confidence anymore as we are haunted by our past failures.

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  • I strongly disagree with this house.The correct technical definition of "Competition" would be the act of competing as winning and prizes by beating out others'.

    Students go to school to learn,not to compete nor beat their peers.They need to be in competition but that is not the right way to help them become better.They learn that they are not worth just because they can not get the first place after trying the best they can and give it their all.They learn that they don't belong to the environment just because their names are not on top.By encouraging competition in school,we're trying to teach students how to envy each other and not taking others' perspective.When students compete,they are less likely to listen to what the others have to say.To sum up,I still strongly disagree with this house.

  • There is enough selfishness in our society already

    Competition encourages people to disregard their own intrinsic skillset in favor of an arbitrary skill that a vague group of people deem as important. I can summarize this by saying that I disagree that lack of competition makes people lazy. Rather, competition divides things into rigid, specialized categories that put more attention into personal ego than into project success. I would go even further to argue that competition is what makes a lot of people lazy: why attempt something if the standards of doing it are dependent on ego and praise rather than on mindfulness and innovation?
    From the day people are born, they compare themselves to others. Which toddler walks first. Who wins the most sports in elementary school. Who gets into the best middle school, and therefore the best high school, college, and career. There is a misconception that if someone cannot do something right away, they will never do it. Or that there is one rigid standard that all students must gravitate towards. How do we know that a student drifting away from the norm is not instead innovating in his or her own direction using intrinsic skills? Why not encourage people to learn about each other and work together, rather than teaching students to all compete for a rigid skillset? When you encourage everyone to compete for the same shining careers and skills, with the idea that only the best will win, that's exactly what you get: lots of people left out in the cold.


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