- 2018年09月29日16:58 来源：小站整理
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Some activities need to be completed by a group of people and it is claimed that people can learn more from these than from individual activities. In my opinion, both have their advantages and it is hard to say which kind of activity is more valuable.
To begin with, all group activities emphasize cooperation of participants. For example, in a football game, all players need to work closely and only with every member's effort combined, can the team defeat its rival and win the game. In this process, participants can learn how to cooperate with others and develop team spirit. This can benefit people in their work, as cooperation is the key to success in many complicated tasks. Besides, in a team activity, people have the opportunity to socialize with others coming from different backgrounds. Social skills are highly valued in the modern society, giving people wider connections and more access to information.
However, it does not mean that communication and cooperation skills are more important than other skills and the role of team activities should not be overstated. Excessive emphasis on cooperation may lead to dependence on others and impede people's personal development. Many successful sports professionals and musicians attribute their success to persistent practice year after year and cooperation seems to be unimportant in these activities. When people play the violin or play chess, being alone can be more productive. Without distraction from others, players can better focus on what they are doing.
Overall, people can benefit largely from group activities, but individual activities are also essential in a person s growth and development.