as mathematics and philosophy are found to be difficult to
by children. It is thought by some that these subjects must be made optional
of mandatory. I agree that
subjects must be made optional as it helps both children and teachers.
, children can avoid subjects
as mathematics and philosophy which are complex and laborious to
. Children, who is forced to
these subjects, find difficulty in comprehending the nuances of the subject. They may end up spending too much time understanding and decrease their overall efficiency to
results in bad grades and can lead to loss of self-confidence and build anxiety.
, children will have the freedom to
their favourite subjects.
In other words
, children can concentrate on subjects they enjoy and do not
other optional subjects.
gives children an early start to pursue the subject of their choice,
laying a road map for higher studies and their future.
, children enjoy the subjects they understand.
will encourage them to
Difficult subjects need special attention from teachers.
might burden already overworked teachers.
, a mathematics teacher might have to take extra tuition for children weak in mathematics, leading to exhaustion.
can cause overall degradation in teaching performance and can cost children their quality education.
, schools might need to hire more teachers to overcome teacher exhaustion, burdening the school funds.
In conclusion, schools should get rid of compulsory subjects and make them optional,
benefiting children and teachers. By making them optional, we are encouraging children to
and reducing the burden on the schools and teachers.