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Computers are becoming more popular in education. Can you think of any advantages computers might have over more traditional systems of teaching " will teachers be completely replaced?

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Topic: "Computers are becoming more popular in education. Can you think of any advantages computers might have over more traditional systems of teaching - will teachers be completely replaced?" Education is a very important facet in our, especially youngsters' life. More and more people have access to the Internet as well as they enhance their computers by installing comprehensive packages and software for learning and doing homework. Users can do almost everything on their computers but we must think about it more deeply... ...read more.

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Firstly, a computer with the Internet connection gives teacher & students multimedia facilities such as videos, films or three-dimensional pictures. Secondly, it diversifies ways of learning & gets rid of monotony or sameness. As a consequence, studying may be more interesting and amusing. Then, students can acquire the knowledge easily. To make matters better, maybe in 10 years, students will have their own laptops instead of ordinary notebooks. Everything will be on their hard disks & gathered in one place. That's a good idea for somebody who always loses their notes & information noted down. ...read more.

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It can't replace a real teacher. Additionally, teachers must mark students' works and tests! They always tell a student what he or she does well or not and correct some mistakes. Despite the development of civilization, humans are necessary for an educational society. Computers may be just supplements or additions for teaching. Using this - yes - but only with a teacher's help! What about people who are teachers? Would they lost their job, employment? Would they be fired? That's also a large problem. Therefore, we need our teachers and we must remember that we shouldn't conform to computers and the Internet. It's just an artificial world that can't exist without human being. ...read more.

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