For Essay, you will be making an argument for some change to the college education system. You should be thinking about what would make college better for you because that would likely be true of a great many people like you, but you should also consider society as a whole.
Ask yourself several questions before you start: What do we have college for? Remember that not everyone agrees on this. Should everyone go to college, and if not, who should and who shouldn’t?
Are there other resources that might be important? Examples of these might be junior colleges and two year institutions, vocational schools, high schools, or even military or volunteer services.
What are the problems that college students face today? Use this as the prompt for developing this essay: Just as education in general has changed over the years, so has what colleges do.
Who goes to college and why are different today than they were many years ago. In what ways should colleges change to meet the needs of students and society, and how would this improve on what we have today?For Essay , as before, there will be a draft and a revision.
The topic here is even more complex than essay. Because of this, expect your paragraphs to be somewhat larger. Pay very close attention to your topic sentences. I’ve given you a little more space to work with.
The essay should be at least 5 pages long, but no longer than 7 pages. You will need to use sources in this paper, two from the readings and at least one academic journal, all should be properly cited using MLA parenthetical notation and integrated quotations