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Write an article for a magazine aimed at teenagers in which you argue that
students be taught to drive at school.
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Don't you want life to be easy for everyone? In this article I will talk
about how driving being taught in school will help students become
responsible, reliable and independent.
How will it benefit? Firstly, don't you want your child to be experienced,
confident and self-sufficient? Yes, so how about the accessibility of having
earlier driving lessons. This experience will give these students an immense
boost of experience and confidence not just in early driving but also with
education and outside life. This extra self-confidence gained from these
driving lessons will help the students with issues such as: bullying,
harassment, peer-pressure and problems faced throughout school life.
(Confidence in anything and everything, you trust me!).
`In Newham, every month there are up to 50 murders after sunset'.
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Moreover, if these students are given the permission and trusted by their
parents to be out after sunset with friends in this day and age then what is
the problem with being able to have the accessibility to driving lessons?
These students are at a stage where maturing so responsibility is something
which a student should be taught while going through secondary school or
else they will become students of high expectance to lowlife's who have to
clean the streets for the providence of their…read more