[50.4(S)] Discuss: Liberal Studies

本文由 Nikk 在 2019-07-10 發表於 "TVNews Student Forum" 討論區

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    1. Do you study Liberal Studies? Do you think it can train students in critical thinking?
    2. Do you think Liberal Studies has ‘radicalised youngsters’ or led them to take part in mass protests? Why?
     
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    1.Yes.I study Liberal Studies right now.I think that it can train students in critical thinking because not only it can train students' writing speed but also the skills of answering question.
    2.No.Because Liberal Studies is only a subject that which is compulsory,which is not really relevant on taking part in mass protests.
     
    #2 Ivan-pls151049, 2019-07-11
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    1. Yes, it can train students in critical thinking because they will have an idea about the economy.
    2. Not totally, i believe that it depends on students' different thinking.
     
    #4 Aqsa Ayoub, 2019-07-13
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    1. Yes I study Liberal Studies. It can train students in critical thinking.
    2. I don't think Liberal Studies has "radicalised youngsters" because students can learn to think critically when studying this subject.
     
    #6 nickname-ims-233679, 2019-07-15
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    1.Yes.LS lessons usually teach us How to view a thing from different perspectives.
    2.I don't think LS has "radicalised youngsters" on the grounds that it fosters us critical thinking and the correct handing.
     
    #7 58698159, 2019-07-18
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    1. I dunno, I'm only a P.5 student going on P.6 in September, and Liberal Studies isn't exactly in our timetable but we have a subject called General Studies which is pretty similar to LS. Yes, I think it helps them in critical thinking because they have to figure out policies and whatnot and basically LS gives their brains a full workout.

    2. The subject in itself does not neccessarily "radicalise" youngsters. Most Govt'-approved textbooks show two sides of the issue, both the pros and the cons. Unless the teaher themself uses class time to force their own opinion on the students and encourages them to protest, LS in itself doesn't radicalise anyone- it's a matter of how the teacher teaches the students that matters.
     
    #8 Neko!Chara, 2019-07-18
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    IDK
     
    #9 nickname-ymc-452566, 2019-07-22
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    yes.no
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    #10 nickname-lkm-851492, 2019-07-23
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    No NO NO
     
    #11 nickname-lp1-517637, 2019-07-24
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    I study Liberal Studies. I think it can train students in critical thinking
    It don't think Liberal Studies has ‘radicalised youngsters’ or led them to take part in mass protests. Because
    Liberal Studies train students in critical thinking, but everyone have they own view.
     
    #12 nickname-pbs-379396, 2019-07-28
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    1. Do you study Liberal Studies? Do you think it can train students in critical thinking?
    2. Do you think Liberal Studies has ‘radicalised youngsters’ or led them to take part in mass protests? Why?
    Yes I did.I do think it can train students in critical thinking.
    I don't think Liberal Studies has 'radicalised youngsters' or led them to take part in mass protests.It is because everyone have their own views, Liberal Studies helps you to look things more widen.
     
    #13 nickname-sps-408672, 2019-07-29
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    1. Yes.
    2. No, because youngsters have their own opinions.
     
    #14 nickname-lp1-897172, 2019-07-30
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    1. Yes, I study LS. I think the subject can train students in critical thinking as it gives students a framework for analysing current issues and teaches them how to articulate their opinions clearly.
    2. While LS does make youngsters more aware of the current social issues, I do not think this awareness necessarily equates to "radicalising youngsters". As said above, LS gives students a framework for analysing current issues and this, in turn, can make them create or understand more about their current stance on the matter. Some students may take a more violent approach to express their thoughts but the cause is more about the emotional reactions that may be induced by their stance than it is about the nature of the subject itself.
     
    #15 nickname-syi-835512, 2019-07-31
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    1.Yes,I study Liberal Studies and I agree that it can train students in critical thinking.
    2.No,I don't think that Liberal Studies has radicalized youngsters or lead them to take part in mass protests as teenagers have their own stances and opinions.
     
    #16 nickname-sps-281560, 2019-08-01
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    I think giving students their freedom of which subject to study or else, they would not learn anything since they are not happy in the process
     
    #17 Ellie L, 2019-08-02
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    1 yes
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    #18 nickname-gtp-322115, 2019-08-05
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    1) Yes, I absolutely agree that it can train students in critical thinking.
    2)No, this is because they have their own thoughts, a subject can't affect a people's thoughts
     
    #19 nickname-cwg-651395, 2019-08-06
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    1. Yes, I think it does.
    2. No, since they're not relevant and it just helping youngsters to think critically.
     
    #20 nickname-pbs-681606, 2019-08-08