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GRE Essay - Issue - ANY FEEDBACK IS WELCOME

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GRE Essay - Issue - ANY FEEDBACK IS WELCOME [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2018, 00:04
Educational institutions have a responsibility to dissuade students from pursuing fields of study in which they are unlikely to succeed.

Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim. In developing and supporting your position, be sure to address the most compelling reasons and/or examples that could be used to challenge your position.

An educational institution is believed to be secondary to the parents when teaching the child to grow; the parents become the number one supporter and the school becomes their corrector. The parents will say to the child that he can be anything he sets his mind to but the school says that you're good in this subject therefore pursue a career in this subject. The school narrows the view to a distinct path. A child spends a great time in school learning compared to the necessary eight hours of sleep at home and a time to work on homework. However, an educational institution is chosen because the student can learn the most in that environment. He goes to school so that he can make a choice about what to go to. A student is able to reach into his untapped potential by going to school.
A school is where you go to for learning the skills that you family might not have the means or resources to do so. The daughters of a family from a third world country will have to go to an internet cafe to do their typewritten homework because they do not have a computer in their house. The family cannot teach them about using a computer, browsing the internet, and editing on Microsoft Office programs, but the school, upon giving this homework, has done so and expects you to use these skills in the future. If you want to learn how to speak another language outside of school hours, then you look for another institution that will provide you with classes on that language. The students look at other education institutions to learn a new skill that can be used in the future as a necessity for life or for work.
An educational institution also provides a manner to unleash a student's untapped potential. A student who has not experienced another language in his home is suddenly bombarded with so much foreign language homework that he has no choice but to learn it. Upon discovering the new language, it is found that he is able to quickly pick up other words from other languages, then that would mean that he has a special talent for foreign languages that he had not even though possible. This is true for other educational institutions outside of school. In a home where the parents had not done well in Maths looks for an educational institution to teach their child about Math, such as KUMON. They find that he can compute quickly mentally and has a knock for memorizing the formulas needed to solve a problem that they had never encountered at home.
An educational institute has not been placed to narrow a child's vision; it has been placed to augment a child from what he knew before to make him a better person for the future. An educational institution teaches you skills, ethics, and even rules that you follow in the future to become an excellent worker. They teach you beyond what your home may teach you. An educational institution also has the duty to reach into a student's untapped potential; there are many classes offered as a child but as you grown older, you have a more refined and reached a possible conclusion to where your talent lies. It is up to the student to decide what to do with this knowledge.
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Re: GRE Essay - Issue - ANY FEEDBACK IS WELCOME [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2018, 14:41
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Educational institutions have a responsibility to dissuade students from pursuing fields of study in which they are unlikely to succeed.

Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim. In developing and supporting your position, be sure to address the most compelling reasons and/or examples that could be used to challenge your position.

An educational institution is believed to be secondary to the parents when teaching the child to grow; the parents become the number one supporter and the school becomes their corrector. The parents will say to the child that he can be anything he sets his mind to but the school says that you're good in this subject therefore pursue a career in this subject. The school narrows the view to a distinct path. A child spends a great time in school learning compared to the necessary eight hours of sleep at home and a time to work on homework. However, an educational institution is chosen because the student can learn the most in that environment. He goes to school so that he can make a choice about what to go to. A student is able to reach into his untapped potential by going to school.
A school is where you go to for learning the skills that you family might not have the means or resources to do so. The daughters of a family from a third world country will have to go to an internet cafe to do their typewritten homework because they do not have a computer in their house. The family cannot teach them about using a computer, browsing the internet, and editing on Microsoft Office programs, but the school, upon giving this homework, has done so and expects you to use these skills in the future. If you want to learn how to speak another language outside of school hours, then you look for another institution that will provide you with classes on that language. The students look at other education institutions to learn a new skill that can be used in the future as a necessity for life or for work.
An educational institution also provides a manner to unleash a student's untapped potential. A student who has not experienced another language in his home is suddenly bombarded with so much foreign language homework that he has no choice but to learn it. Upon discovering the new language, it is found that he is able to quickly pick up other words from other languages, then that would mean that he has a special talent for foreign languages that he had not even though possible. This is true for other educational institutions outside of school. In a home where the parents had not done well in Maths looks for an educational institution to teach their child about Math, such as KUMON. They find that he can compute quickly mentally and has a knock for memorizing the formulas needed to solve a problem that they had never encountered at home.
An educational institute has not been placed to narrow a child's vision; it has been placed to augment a child from what he knew before to make him a better person for the future. An educational institution teaches you skills, ethics, and even rules that you follow in the future to become an excellent worker. They teach you beyond what your home may teach you. An educational institution also has the duty to reach into a student's untapped potential; there are many classes offered as a child but as you grown older, you have a more refined and reached a possible conclusion to where your talent lies. It is up to the student to decide what to do with this knowledge.


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