I think children should read papers.

Sooner or later, children have to choose their own career.

When deciding their future, they may ask older people around them for advice, but those who didn’t read papers when they were children feel that the story told by those older people are stories in faraway places.

It sounds like a waste of time and energy to make time and get nothing.

Plus, once they thought they’d wasted their time and energy, they might start limiting conversation from then on.

To prevent this from happening, I think it’s better for children to start preparing to be able to understand adults’ conversation for the upcoming life event.

Children are not as difficult to control as most people would think, so if parents keep telling their children that it’s an investment for future, it will unconsciously become a habit.



I think children don’t have to read papers.

If it’s parents’ policy to make children read papers, that’s one idea, but I think reading papers without purposes is too boring for children.

To bring out children’s potential, I think it’s important to let children do something they’re interested in proactively and let them do something that helps develop their qualities.

Although a wide range of knowledge is useful in many situations, it would be inefficient in terms of developing certain qualities of children because much of the time they spend in reading papers can go to waste.



I think papers are great media that serves as practical Japanese textbooks.

First of all, there’s no denying that having good skills of language is important.

Now, I want you to focus on a common feature of papers.

Newspaper articles are composed of headline, introduction and running text. Headline is made to draw attention of the readers and introduction helps busy business people to get the information right away.

By reading newspaper articles from an early age, children can learn how to bring up a story effectively and how to expand it.

Although papers aren’t the only way to enhance their language skills, considering the handiness of papers, it’s a useful tool for the study of language.



In my experience, one problem I had because I didn’t read papers when I was a child is my poor writing skills caused by a lack of opportunity to read well-constructed piece of writing.

I’ve suffered a lot from my boss’s demand to revise reports and presentation materials again and again.

Other than this, however, there’s nothing else I think is a problem.

The situation might have been better If I had read books I was interested in, although they don’t have to be papers.



Aside from the high quality of newspaper articles, I want to point out various writing styles of newspaper articles.

As I’ve said already, most news articles are composed of three components, but there are also articles that famous people take turns to write and articles that experts explain difficult concepts.

I think children should definitely make use of this brilliant and handy media.

There are other ways to improve your language skills such as reading books, but the problem is that children have to take some time to find ones that interest them.

Not many children may not find it interesting to go look for books for them to read.

In fact, reading assignment during the summer vacation turns out to be the only opportunity for many children to read books extensively.

Papers, on the hands, once you take out a subscription, you’ll automatically receive papers every day and there’s no need to spend time on finding the right books.

I think step-by step-approach is essential to increase language skills and thus, papers are great tools to increase language skills.



In modern society, there’re too many rules and field
s of studies and this makes it difficult for people to understand the system of them unless they do jobs in those fields.

Massive amounts of information is in the papers, books and You Tube for telling people about difficult topics.

Since I’m a skeptical person, I doubt most of it is imperfect and fraudulent.

By getting a wide range of information superficially, people will get worried and this makes them want to collect more information until they’re finally relieved.

This takes a lot of time and energy.

On top of that, they tend to believe in the information which makes them feel comfortable.

I think it’s good for children to do something in front of them with their parents.