in uniforms. For instance, they dislike the look or the cut. Despite this,
many still find ways of adjusting their uniforms to their liking, by rolling up
their sleeves or flipping up their collars for example.
Ученик 4: In conclusion, I strongly believe that uniforms are important for
displaying unity and give children a sense of loyalty to their school. School
uniforms do not hurt student’s individuality or need for self-expression.
Many schools have a choice of uniforms, so teenagers can express
themselves in a small way. For me, school uniforms play a valuable part in
school life as they help build school spirit and introduce a feeling of
Примерное дополнение к ответу первой группы.
Ученик 5: The reason for these things is that the possession of rights is not
a monolithic concept: when one has rights, one also has responsibilities. In
this case, you have the right to pursue and education at a government or
private school. Whichever school you attend, your right to that education is
balanced by the responsibility to follow the rules of that school. If that
school imposes a dress code of any kind, including uniforms, you have the
responsibility to follow that code or you encounter the third concept that
goes with rights and responsibilities: consequences for your actions.
Furthermore, the right to wear whatever you want is also subject to other
responsibilities, such as the responsibility to obey the law. Thus, if you
decide that your clothing for the day will be a single strip of Scotch tape,
you will quickly learn (if you do go to school like that) that you have also
violated your responsibility to obey the law against indecent exposure, and
will suffer additional consequences.
Ученик 6: I'm against wearing uniforms at school. Nobody should be
allowed to decide how you look except you. Wearing a uniform makes you
just like the other people - you can't express your personality if you wear
the same like everybody else. Also, a grey uniform makes even the most
beautiful girl ugly. Wear whatever you want!
Ученик 7: In an ideal society, uniforms are great. They give a sense of
consistency to all of the students and help keep kids from being judged by
their clothes. However, this isn't a perfect society. While a student would
ideally express themselves by joining a club or taking a class office or
something, most kids express themselves by their dress because it is
something that everyone can readily see. Uniforms aren't going to
eliminate cliques, peer pressure and social groups. While it does seem