We definitely all learn more outside of school than we do in school.
Good morning adjudicator and audience, my name is Briar. I am the first speaker of the affirmative team, so it is my job to define the moot. I define “learn” as meaning, gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught. “more” as meaning a greater or additional amount or degree, “outside” as meaning the external side or surface of something, “school” as meaning an institution for educating children. and “in” as meaning expressing the situation of something that is or appears to be enclosed or surrounded by something else.
My second speaker is Joy, who will be covering what you learn from family experiences. My third speaker is Mya, who will be talking about things we don’t learn in school , and my fourth speaker is Mele, who will be talking about what we learn when we have a job.
The reason I believe that we learn more outside school than in it is because, Learning simply cannot be equated by a mark, grade, degree or job, education itself is basically a key to society; Wisdom is the necessity you need for life. Though it is essential that everyone in the world attends at least a few years of formal education, school itself won’t prepare you for the real world.