ARGUMENTATİVE ESSAY

SCHOOL UNIFORMS SHOULD NOT BE ABOLISHED
Schools around the world would not be the same should the rules change. The gap between the rich and the poor widens as rich students will definetely put on their branded clothes to show off their wealth while the students from average-income households might feel inferior as they could not get a chance to experience the luxury.In this essay, I will demonstrate how the wearing of uniform provides us with a powerful sense of unity and gives us better self-restraint.

When students are not wearing school uniforms, they may claim that their daily clothes are more comfortable then school uniforms. However not all students are as fortunate as others.Those who can afford more expensive clothing will certainly mock those who are not as rich as themselves. This will cause much discrimination against the poor students. With wearing school uniforms there is no need to figure out what to wear every day, and there is more concentration on academics. Instead of competing over who is wearing what, there is more focus on the daily school work. In many cases, girls try to dress provocatively or to outdo one another. Using school uniforms takes away these distractions.

Moving on to my second point, uniforms make the school more secure. Should all the students wear their own clothes, it would be much easier for a terrorist, to enter the school. If the whole school wear different clothes, sneaking into the school will be increadibly easy for a terrorist to enter. Wearing uniforms dramatically reduce the school’s security risks. The guards will not have to check all the students if school uniforms are worn.

The wide array of colours and designs of clothes that students put on act as a source of distraction. Their color combinations become topics of discussion among students that they lose concentration over their studies.Students will then become very concerned about their peers’ wear. There is not really a need to look fabulous in school. Schools are places for studying not a fashion show. School uniforms can abolish all the fanciful thoughts, alllowing the students to be able to focus during lesson time. All this shows that abolishing school uniforms will prove useless.

As a conclusion, wearing school uniforms gives the students a variety of benefits, the most prominent being the sense of unity instilled in the students who wear school uniforms, the security benefits and the sense of self-restraint. The abolishing of school uniforms will not help. In my opinion, school uniforms should not be abolished.

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COMPARE AND CONTRAST ESSAY

PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
According to the researches,nearly one in four parents are currently considering switching their child’s school either from private or public or public to private.What’s better for your child?How can you compare private and public schools when they seem so disperate?It is like comparing apples and oranges-two different things that can not fairly held to the same standarts.For any parent,it is not easy to answer these questions.Many people have a bias one way or another.Some assume that private schools offer superior everything,justifiying their tuition costs.Others contend that public schools provide more real life experiences.However,since both can not be the best,they need to be examined in detail to be able to choose the most suitable school for children’s education life.
All public schools follow the same basic set of local and federal education guidelines.These laws generally cover the topics of educational program content ,school curriculums,budgets and funding.Since public schools are funded by taxpayer finances there is no tuition involved in attending.Private schools are stil subject to government guidelines as well,but with a much greater degree of flexibility.Because private schools are not tax-funded,they have very few limitations on their usage of financial resources.As such,the cost of attending a private school can vary greatly.
Another obvious distinction between public and private schools results from their respective admissions procedures.By law,public schools must accept all children.In many cases,enrolling your child involves little more than filling out a few forms and providing proof of your address to the local school district office.Private schools are;on the other hand,are selective.They are not obligated to accept every child,so getting admitted may involve with multiple interviews,essays and testing.Because private schools define the identity of their communities,they often pick and choose between candidates based not only on their scholastic achievement but also their ethnicity and religious background.
While most people assume that teachers at private schools are as qualified as those at public ones all teachers in a public school are usually state certified or,at a minimum,working towards certification.Certification ensures that a teacher has gone through the training required by the state,which includes student teaching and course work.Teachers in private schools may not be required to have certification.Instead,they often have subject area expertise and a graduate degree in the subject they teach.
There is a similar discrepancy between curriculum development in private and public schools,Public schools must follow state guidelines that set out specific standards and assessment prodecures.Private schools,on the other hand,can choose whatever curriculum and assessment model they wish.This freedom to design their own curriculum or avoid standardized tests can result in higher satandards for students or lower.
Lastly,due to special education laws,public schools must educate all children and provide the necessary programs to meet their special needs.This means that all school districts have special education programs and teachers who are trained to work with special-needs students.Private schools do not have to accept children with special needs,and many choose not to do.As a result,most private schools do not have special education programs or teachers trained to work with that student population.Some private schools will try to help all the students they amit,but extra resources may come at an additional cost.
As a conclusion,we can say that private school have some more advantages than public school.in terms of their facilities.On the other hand public schools provide more real life experiences.One should evaluate one’s priorities before making such a choice.

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CAUSE AND EFFECT ESSAY

CAUSES OF TEEN DEPRESSION
Do you ever wonder whether your unhappy adolescent might actually be experiencing teen depression? Of course,most teens feel unhappy at times.Findings show that one out of every eight adolescents has teen depression.While the exact cause or causes of teen depression are not known,scientists know a number of factors that can raise a teenager’s risk of developing depression.Among these depression factors are a family history of depression,stress from schools and certain types of personalities.Scientists think that the more depression factors a teenage has,the more likely he or she is to beome depressed.
A family history of depression may be considered one of the major causes of teen depression.Research over the past decade strongly suggests a genetic link to depression.In other words,depression can run in families.Scientists have also found that children of depressed parents are more than three times as likely as children of parents who do not have depression to experience the illness.Parental depression also increases the risk of anxiety disorders and alcohol dependence.The risk is greater if both parents have had a depressive illness or if a parent had several episodes of depression.
Stress from school is another cause of teen depression.Receiving bad grades in a certain subject may put tremendeous pressure on a youth.Sometimes parents may put stress upon a teen because they want them to excel in school.However, a child may be doing his or her best and stil having problems with grades in school.Parents need to be aware of difficulties faced by children.Communication is very important here because peer pressure in school along with dealing with difficulties at home might bring on cases of sadness or lack of contact with the world.
Another cause of teen depression is certain types of personalities.A teenage who has a pessimistic attribution bias readily assumes a personal blame for negative events,expects that one negative experience is part of a pattern of many other negative events,and believes that a currently negative situation will endure permanently.Such pessimistic individuals take a characteristically negative view of positive events.These types of negative thinking may also contribute to the hopelessness that has been repeatedly found to be associated with suicidality.Some examples of negative thinking that may contribute to this sense of hopelessness include negative views about one’s own competence,poor self-esteem and a sense of responsibility for negative events.
Shortly,teen depression tends to come and go in episodes,Once a teenager has one bout of depression,he or she is likely to get depressed again at some point.The consequence of letting teen depression go untreated can be extremely serious an deven deadly.If parents feel overwhelmed or unable to reach their teen ,or if they continue to be concerned, they should seek help from a qualified health care professional.

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Compare and Contrast Essay

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CLASSIFICATION ESSAY

POPULAR BRASS INSTRUMENTS
Brass instruments are instruments that are played by the musician blowing into a tub in order to make a sound.The vibration of the lips as the player blows into the instrument is what really makes the sound.Brass instruments have been part of music history since ancient times,and so there are a few sorts of brass instuments that are now outdated.Those instruments which are not outdated can be divided into four types.
The trumpet is the most popular brass instrument that is played in both bands and orchestras.Trumpets,which were first made from conch shells,have been used since ancient times as ritual instruments in many cultures.Silver and bronze trumpets with long straight tubes and flared bells stil survive from ancient Egypt.Later in medieval Europe several versions of the trumpet developed.The trumpet player produces tones by vibrating his or her lips or blowing into a cup-shaped mouthpiece.Most modern bands use trumpets that are pitched in the key of B flat and have a tube of four and a half feet.This tube makes up the majority of the instrument.
The second popular type of brass instruments is the French horn,or the orchestral horn.It consists of a metal tube that is about twelve feet long.The French horn was developed around the 1650s in France and is a large version of the smaller crescent-shaped horns that existed at the time.A musician plays the French horn by vibrating his or her lips in funnel shaped mouthpiece.The musician can then change the pitch of the instrument by moving the three valves and by changing his or her lip tension.The valves are usually fingered with the musician’s left hand while the musician places his or her right hand in the bell of the instrument.
The third one is the trombone.The trombone is a brass-wind instrument that is most typically used as the tenor voice in a brass section. It has a cup-shaped mouthpiece,a slide mechanism,and a nine foot tube that is folded to overlap in the center.The early trombone,called a sackbut,was almost exactly identical to the modern trombone with a few exceptions.In the early trombone,the metal that was used to create the instrument was thicker and the bell of the instrument was narrower.This produced a softer tone which was favored in church and chamber music.Most trombones are made out of brass though some are sometimes nickel-plated.With the slide closed,the trombone produces the third B-flat below middle C as its fundemental note.
Tuba is another popular type of brass instrument.It is the general name for several musical instruments which are the newest additions to the brass family.Tubas are the largest instruments in the brass family and also have the lowest pitch.The tuba,unlike most other brass instruments is held vertically when it is played.Sound is produced when the musician vibrates his or her lips into a cup shaped mouthpiece.The most popular type af tuba is the baritone,also known as the euphonium.This type of tuba usually has three or four valves and is most common in concert and marching bands.
Over time,many brass insruments have become obsolete and are not often used today.Many of the older and simpler brass instruments are the ones that have become obsolete,but the newer and more complex brass instruments continue to be played today.Brass instruments are best known for their bold tones and are often used in music to add power to the overall sound.

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DEFINITION ESSAY

                                                           CREDIT CARDS

       Credit card is a card issued by a financial company giving the holder an option to borrow funds.It charges interest and interest usually begins one month after a purchase is made.The aim of this paper is to give some information about the history of credit cards and examining some good and bad effects of credit cards.

       In 1730,Christopher Thompson,a furniture merchant,created the first advertisement for credit by offering furniture that could be paid off weekly.This introduced the idea that people who could not afford to buy expensive things could make regular payments until the full cost of the items were paid.From the 18th century until the early part of the 20th century tallymen sold clothes in return for small weekly paymentsThey were called “tallymen”because they kept a record or tally of what people had bought on a wooden stick.One side of the stick was marked with notches to represent the amount of debt and the other side was a record of payments.Thus,the evolution of credit cards started and this plastiic payments as we know today became a way of life.

    Credit cards  could cause some problems for some people.They can get consumers into trouble.When most people use credit cards,they are not thinking about when they are going to repay.Some credit cards come with a high interest rate.Also some people get too many of credit cards and with increased numbers come increased temptations.

    Credit cards are good in sense of that they permit people to make large purchases.Also credit cards can help for emergencies like medical bills caused by accidents.With credit cards,it can be easier to buy things.Some companies such as those in the travel sector like hotels and airlines prefer payment by credit card and some do not accept cash payments at all.A credit card can be a great convenience and provides the safety of not dealing with cash,which is more easily lost.

     To conclude with,credit cards make people’s life easier,on the other hand;they destroy their lives.One should be careful about the usage of credit cards and thus not fall into debt.They should use it properly as a help for their hard times

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