Ielts speaking Making Plans Topic part 3
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Cau hoi phu Part 2: Do you often make plans like this?
Well, I used to detest making plans but now I do so on a regular basis.
Do you think making plans is important?
Absolutely. We’re living in a chaotic world and I believe making smart plans are the key to a happy and fulfilling life. Firstly, plans allow people to manage their time wisely and productively. Without any specific plans, they might not know what to prioritise or what they should do next. As a result, they could end up wasting their time on trivial tasks that make no difference. Secondly, those who make plans regularly tend to take better control of their life and be more satisfied about it. This is mainly because they are more well-prepared for unexpected situations and are less prone to worries or anxiety.
What should be planned on a daily basis?
Well, the way I see it, daily plans should focus on setting priority for the most crucial and urgent tasks people must perform for both professional life and personal life. Those who don’t make a detailed plan or to-do list each day might fall behind their schedule, or even worse, forget a major event such as a birthday of someone who is dear to their heart. In addition, many also make daily plans for what to eat or what to wear, which I find unnecessary.
Should parents make plans for their children?
That’s an interesting one! I have mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, since parents are more experienced, their plans might be more relevant and actionable than what their children could come up with for themselves. On the other hand, children tend to dislike being told what to do, especially if it’s against their will, they may disobey or rebel. Even if they don’t, they would end up leading a miserable life for being unable to do what they desire. I suppose the best solution is for adults to listen to and guide their children in making their own plans.
When should children start to make plans for themselves?
I’d say that, probably, when they start primary school. Toddlers and preschoolers are too naive to take control of their own life but I believe schoolchildren are wise enough to start managing their own destiny. This skill is vital to their future so it’s better for them to practice and master it as soon as possible. Of course, timely parental guidance is always needed.