By providing easily accessible education, offenders will have greater job prospects upon release and an improved sense of morality in connection to social values....
However, I will argue that this analysis does not apply to today due to the advancement of the political rights and powers, progression of social equality, and improved economic conditions of women in countries with high education indexes....
I agree – dreadful question. I also had a tough time thinking of some positive points. However, this essay task does ask you to discuss both sides, it does say “What do you think are the positive and negative effects” This means it’s asking for your opinion. That makes it much easier because if your opinion is that there are no positive effects, then that’s fine. The key is to check if it’s asking about your opinion or asking you to discuss both sides.
Sujata Bhatt the authoress of Search for My Tongue was born in India in 1956, her family moved to the United States of America in the 1960's and she now lives in Germany....
In today’s competitive world, each and every business keeps try to maintain their position at first level by advertising or by making promotions of their products. for that, some of them funding money to schools and likewise, every coin has two sides, there are some advantages and also disadvantages of doing this.
access to where classes are taught
We can look at the above factors in determining the reason for the high level of illiteracy, and other reasons as well.
Now that I have defined illiteracy, I want to raise the awareness of this problem, how it relates to women and propose a policy to help solve the problem.
Sadly, most of the times, the gate is shut tight, like the case of Tan’s mother as she discusses in her essay, "the mother tongue." People treat her mother with attitudes because of her improper English before they get to know her.
Another point of view is expressed in Paul Gray's article in which he reports that the Educational Testing Service released a 150-page survey called Adult Literacy in America.
Illiteracy is a curse. Literacy rate of our country is very low and is one of the major hurdle in improvement and development. It has been seen that the literacy rate in big cities of Pakistan is high but it’s very low in villages. It can be significantly improve by building more schools, colleges and universities in these areas which opens more opportunities for peoples to send their child to school. There are many NGOs that are doing very well and playing a vital role in building Pakistan by provide free schooling to those who can’t afford schooling. We should also try to help these NGO to achieve their target.
Amy Tan, a Chinese American novelist, portrays this well in her short essay "Mother Tongue." Tan grew up in two vastly different worlds, using different "Englishes." The first world, which consists of her close family, she speaks what we may call "broken" or "limited" English.
Americans would rather be guided through the cultural assimilation process through the pre-packed thoughts of the protagonist than take a leap of faith into the unknown ethos of someone unwilling to hold their hand (4).
· Loss of job opportunities in the market place
· Without a job people must rely on
- Social Assistance to survive, Welfare, Medicare
· The illiterate does not have the reading and writing skills to reinforce these skills in their children.
I’m wondering for this type of essay question, should we take it as advantage and disadvantage essay? I purchased the advanced lesson for task 2, but this type of question is not included.
One of the reasons for this is because they have been proven to be effective in initiating change and translating strategic programs into daily activities.