Some people think that books should be stopped in school and videos, films and computers should be used instead. To what do you agree.

According to some people, digital media like a computer should supplant books in school. I partially agree with
videos and films simplify the teaching methodology books are necessary to develop reading skills. On the one hand, the computer and tablets help students to understand the ideas much easier than books. It is very easy to carry a tablet and store the bulk of data. Teachers can share information with students much easier than writing on a blackboard.
For instance
, a teacher can show the working principle of equipment in a computer and able to share that video to students,
method of teaching ensures that each student understands the working of that equipment and students can easily commemorate the principle by watching those videos in their tablet. It is better to work smarter than hard work. The weight of books is a major issue for a student, he or she is forced to carry a load of books for each subject. Tablets are the simplest solution for
, in Japan schools provide fully loaded tabs in which students can easily note the lectures and record videos.
On the other hand
, books are easy to handle. Researchers generally prefer paperbacks
of e-books, it is easy to read and mark the important points in a book.
For example
, in a survey of pH.D. Students show that 85% of them opted to read a paperback than an e-book. The blue light of the digital screen will make eyesight impairment in the long term run so that studious people prefer paperbacks. To conclude, in
modern era, both books and digital media
necessary for schools. They both help students to learn new ideas and information in a better way.
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