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How COVID-19 has affected my education

My education’s prospect has broken by COVID-19. At first, when I was a junior high school student, I hoped to study abroad if I’m a university student. However, it is difficult for students including me to study abroad in current situation. Studying abroad will be a big turning point in our lives. COVID-19 may deprive me of the turning point.

Second, we have to take online classes because of COVID-19. Because of that, we can’t learn sufficiently. I think face-to-face class is better than online one. This is because the professor prepare classes for a long time with the intention of taking face-to-face class. If I entered in this university in 2016, I would be able to do better learning.

What I want to say is not because of this university, because of COVID-19. I’m so tired of COVID-19.


2 Comments

  1. This is definitely a good point. COVID-19 has now affected education in Japan for 3 semesters (and probably more).

    You’ll need to think of ways to overcome these difficulties, improve your English, and help your students learn.

  2. I totally agree with you. I have same situation as you. I also can’t study abroad because of COVID-19, so I with I had been able to enter this university before COVID-19 expanded.

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