IELTSタスク2のライティングをどなたか添削してくれませんか？ Q: In some countries, secondary schools provide students with an opportunity to learn skills such as cooking, basic repairs, drawing and woodwork. What are the advantages and disadvantages of teaching such non-academic classes in school? I live in japan so I would like to talk the situation in Japan. These days in Japan, all the students join in the non-academic class. There are positive and negative aspects for it. I have three each reason to explain that. Firstly, as the good influence of such classes it provides the skill to live. For example, cooking is essential to live and sometimes some objects will be broken so we need repairing skill. Secondly, non-academic class is enjoyable for children. Academic study makes students tired because we must continue to use brain. Students can refresh their blain by joining in non-academic classes. Thirdly, important thing for students is not only studying. Teacher must evaluate the point except for the studying skills. As the negative perspective, non-academic class will decrease the time for academic study. In Japan, we must study for entrance exam for high school and university. In addition, such classes have danger to injured. I injured my hand in woodwork class at my junior high school. Not only me but also many students injured at non-academic class. Furthermore, to say the truth, such class does not train the ability. In my case, I took cooking and repair and woodwork class, but I don’t have ability to do it. All the students in Japan take such class but there are many people who cannot cook or repair objects. It means that non-academic classes have no profit for the student’s ability. In summary, non-academic class provides many positive and negative influences for students. As the result of my experience, non-academic class has no meaning to lecture because I did not learn any ability from such classes.