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please evaluate my essays,thanks [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2013, 00:48
Agree or disagree: childhood is the happiest time of a person’s life.
1)
Happiness is contagious especially when a child is the source. Seeing a smiling child makes you laugh spontaneously, that's why; we assume that childhood is the happiest time of one's life. But is this true?
Childhood is the phase of learning and discovery in one's life, so, it's full of sense of achievement. This feeling creates the child self-esteem and makes him satisfied and happy all the time. Not having to worry about the future and the common adult's problems as debts and deadlines is an additional cause.
Childhood happiness is not guaranteed unless children rights are respected and children needs are fulfilled. Proper housing conditions, proper education and health care are essential for a child to grow into a healthy productive adult. So children deprived of their rights as the working ones are not happy for sure and won't consider their childhood as their happiest time.
I believe that when you achieve something, as having a degree or a promotion, you feel the ultimate happiness; others believe that falling in love gives you the same feeling. Both happen in the adulthood, so the happiest time of life doesn't have to be during childhood.
Lastly, happiness is a choice. Choose well!!

2)
Happiness doesn’t mean that everything is perfect, it means that you have decided to look beyond the imperfections.
Due to children’s incomplete awareness of their surrounding events, some consider that childhood is the happiest time in life. But, is this true?
Since children don’t have serious responsibilities, they are not always stressed like adults.
trying to meet a deadline ,thinking about paying the rent,about paying school fees and hoping for a better future are concerns that always on adults minds.
Instead children are required to play, to have fun and to be happy in order to learn and acquire new skills. Researches proved that playing is essential for human child development mentally, physically and psychologically.

To ensure a happy, safe childhood the children rights were announced.
whenever children rights are respected, their needs are fulfilled ,they will be happy. Adequate housing, education and health care are essential.
Some children are unfortunate and can never consider their childhood as a happy time. They can’t wait to reach adulthood and start to make independent decisions concerning their lives. Examples of those unhappy children are the working ones, the extremely poor, the refugees and the children in war zones.
All in all, childhood is a happy time but not the happiest for everyone.
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Re: please evaluate my essays,thanks [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2013, 10:23
NourGamal wrote:
Agree or disagree: childhood is the happiest time of a person’s life.
1)
Happiness is contagious especially when a child is the source. Seeing a smiling child makes you laugh spontaneously, that's why; we assume that childhood is the happiest time of one's life. But is this true?
Childhood is the phase of learning and discovery in one's life, so, it's full of sense of achievement. This feeling creates the child self-esteem and makes him satisfied and happy all the time. Not having to worry about the future and the common adult's problems as debts and deadlines is an additional cause.
Childhood happiness is not guaranteed unless children rights are respected and children needs are fulfilled. Proper housing conditions, proper education and health care are essential for a child to grow into a healthy productive adult. So children deprived of their rights as the working ones are not happy for sure and won't consider their childhood as their happiest time.
I believe that when you achieve something, as having a degree or a promotion, you feel the ultimate happiness; others believe that falling in love gives you the same feeling. Both happen in the adulthood, so the happiest time of life doesn't have to be during childhood.
Lastly, happiness is a choice. Choose well!!

2)
Happiness doesn’t mean that everything is perfect, it means that you have decided to look beyond the imperfections.
Due to children’s incomplete awareness of their surrounding events, some consider that childhood is the happiest time in life. But, is this true?
Since children don’t have serious responsibilities, they are not always stressed like adults.
trying to meet a deadline ,thinking about paying the rent,about paying school fees and hoping for a better future are concerns that always on adults minds.
Instead children are required to play, to have fun and to be happy in order to learn and acquire new skills. Researches proved that playing is essential for human child development mentally, physically and psychologically.

To ensure a happy, safe childhood the children rights were announced.
whenever children rights are respected, their needs are fulfilled ,they will be happy. Adequate housing, education and health care are essential.
Some children are unfortunate and can never consider their childhood as a happy time. They can’t wait to reach adulthood and start to make independent decisions concerning their lives. Examples of those unhappy children are the working ones, the extremely poor, the refugees and the children in war zones.
All in all, childhood is a happy time but not the happiest for everyone.


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