Doing an enjoyable activity with a child can develop better skills and more creativity than reading. To what extent do you agree? Use reasons and specific examples to explain your answer.

The teaching method in the schools for primary students is a topic of debate and research these days, and constantly evolving. Whether reading alone should be used as a teaching method or some interesting
should be combined to teach the charges, is a moot point. I personally believe that some productive
should be used to teach the primary students for several reasons. Modern schooling has become an Industry in which new methods of teaching are introduced frequently. The conventional methodology of reading books only is getting obsolete with each passing day. The new concept, to do an
not formal
teaching by asking the
to perform various interesting activities, has several advantages.
, reading a book is a monotonous
, a
becomes tired of it and
fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense
his interest in a short while. His ability to grasp new things gradually declines
reducing the out-put. Performing an
on the other hand
, generates interest of the
and it can be continued for an extended period of time without tiring the
improving his efficiency
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, Performing various activities improve the creativity of young charges at
the school
, boosts their problem solving ability and cognitive functions.
, it has been proved scientifically that reading involves only the sense of sight for learning while performing an
utilizes all five senses to learn a new thing.
Thus not
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Thus, not
only reading takes more time to teach something than performing an
the lessons are more volatile. To conclude, I would suggest that while reading can be a useful tool to learn new things, recent techniques of
based learning should be introduced for improving the efficiency, creativity, cognitive
and problem solving ability of a
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