Some parents offer their school-age children money for each high grade (mark) they get in school. Do you think this is a good idea? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Frankly speaking, I consider that this argument is a good option to treat kids with responsibility and hard studying , also will power because high marks are a stressful process, and every exam is anxiety to go through. I agree with this argument for so many reasons and here are some examples of them. First of all, I strongly believe that every kid needs the motivation to study. Sometimes kids' only desire is to play games and have fun, therefore,having something in return for learning can be a great opportunity for hard work and high marks.For instance, when I was young, I didn't like to read books and do homework, that's why my parents always treated me with money, candy ,and new clothes, so I could force myself to learn. Secondly, it's important for a child to understand that every job has value.Parents are employees and they get paid, so children's responsibility is to learn and get well treated. For example, my sister's child is a clever kid , he knows more than two languages ,but he doesn't like to learn anything else. Pupils don't like every class, so sometimes they miss or learn the lesson just for that day. My sister always encourages my niece , so he can give time to herself and study. Therefore, I feel that this way child understands that it's her job to study and learn for her successful future , and helping her with that is a quite epic way to also be friends with her and trust each other. Consequently, for me,it's preferable to promote children's desire with some tricks, in order to encourage their studying skills.Furthermore, I believe that they can understand from a little age that any kind of work must be paid.As a result ,my provided examples confirm the idea that school-age kids every high mark costs money or something in return ,for their hard work.
Submitted by Marie Martirosyan on
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