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133 Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? A person's childhood years (the time from birth to twelve years of age) are the most important years of a person's life. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.





 When it comes to the most important years of a person’s life, some think that time can change people’s personality and they will be changed after twelve; some think the earlier time establishes a person’s nature and cannot easily be removed. At this debate, I agree with the statement that a person’s childhood years are the most important years of a person’s life based on the following reasons.

 



Self-principles and personalities are the first reason. People form their personal features from birth to grownup, it means their personalities are almost completed during the childhood. The models they can copy are their teachers, friends, siblings, and especially, parents. People imitate what their parents do, and what their parents say, then transform these life-dealing skills to be theirs. For examples, behavior coping is more clear than other, a polite man sometimes has polite parents, a girl likes eating a lot sometimes due to her diet-unserious mother, and a kid plays basketball may well has a good sports player in his family. Out of the behavior, people also copy other characteristics from people around them in their childhood, whether the imitation taking is conscious or subconscious.

 



The second reason affecting people in their childhood years is interests establishing. Not only a writer, a scientist, or a musician, even though people in other fields of professionals, can find clues in their childhoods. Actually speaking, a person chooses job by his abilities and interests, as the former discussion, people were affected by parents, siblings and friends when they were young. That is, their abilities and hobbies are strongly affected during those years. A best-seller writer Dan Brown who wrote the book The Da Vinci Code, for instance, is a son of a mathematic professor and a religious musician. This is why his books are full of abundant math-related sections and religious culture conflicts. Although his job is an English teacher, he shows a lot of learning from his parents and makes them his knowledge-interested field.

 



From what has been discussed above, I agree with the opinion that a person’s childhood is the most important part in life years. With the reasons of personalities and self-principles coping, and the interests establishing, childhood is the time for people form their life styles. We can find many examples, such as Dan Brown and other famous experts to support this idea.

 



Hannah, April 6, 2007












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    I can't remember how many times when I was informed that a

    person's childhood years played a rather important role in the

    whole life; I can't remember how many times especially when a

    VIP was interviewed by a journalist, he or she, more often

    than not, would mention his or her childhood years, regardless

    of its toughness or happpiness. Just as the famous peot Word's

    peom goes, "Child is the father of the man "! So, I think, the

    several childhood years are the most important years of a

    person's life both psychologically and physically.
  • hannahegg
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    The famous psychologist Sigmund Freud had once put great

    emphesis on the importance of a person's childhood, to put

    aside the the academic debate, I think whether a person spends

    the crucial couple of childhood years in a happy-go-lucky way

    has a lot to do with his or her later life psychologically .

    For example, a child who was maltreated when in his or her

    childhood may be under the shade in the adult life, which has

    been proved either experimentally or emperically. As a matter

    of fact,these examples are defying enumeration.



    On the other hand, the period of childhood is a very vital

    stage for the child to grow up physically,because at this

    special stage, the main orgens of the body and their functions

    beign to develop and become mature gradually and this stage

    matters a lot regarding laying a sound foundation for the

    teenage stage and the later adult stage.
  • hannahegg
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    Thus, we, if as parents, should develop a happy atmosphere for

    our children to make sure they spend this very special period

    in a safe and happy way; we, if as children,should live a

    happy way ourselves. Do remember this several childhood years

    are the most crucial years of a person's life psychologically

    and physically!



    (Essay ID: 413 )
  • hannahegg
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    I agree that a person's childhood years, from birth until

    twelve years of age, are the most important. All the

    information I've read about that time of life states that

    these are the years that form us. These years determine what

    kind of a person the child will become. During these years

    we learn about relationships, begin our formal education, and

    develop our moral sense of right and wrong.
  • hannahegg
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    The early years are the time when we learn about

    relationships. First we learn about our parents and siblings,

    then about rest of the world. We learn how to respond to

    others based the treatment we're given. If we're loved, then

    we know how to love others. If we're treated harshly, we may

    grow up to treat others harshly. We also form our ideas about

    our own self-worth from the way others treat us during these

    years. They can convince us we're worthless, or they can teach

    us we deserve love and respect.



    These are the years when we begin our formal education. We

    acquire the basic skills-reading, writing, working with

    numbers-that we'll use throughout our lives. We need a good

    foundation in these subjects. Otherwise, anything we try to do

    later will be undermined by our lack of skills. Perhaps the

    most important thing we can learn during these years is how to

    analyze information and use it. These are skills that will

    always be useful.
  • hannahegg
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    Most important, from my point of view, these are the years

    when we develop our moral sense of what's right and wrong.

    Others teach us about good and bad, but later in our early

    years we begin to decide for ourselves. It's also during this

    time that we begin to develop the self-discipline to live

    according to our morals.



    I believe a person grows and changes for the better throughout

    the many stages of life. However, the foundation is laid in

    those first few years of life.



    (Essay ID: 7 )


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