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Strategys for Selecting a Topic

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Strategies for Selecting a Topic

Complete the following table.
|What two objects, people, subjects, or concepts are you going |Home school versus Public education | |to compare and contrast? | | |What are the similarities between the two objects, people, |Both provide education for whoever wants to learn, Both have tons | |subjects, or concepts? List as many similarities that you can |of homework that may need the parents help, Follow the same | |think of. |curriculum | |What are the differences between the two objects, people, |Public school has lesson plans while homeschool gets curriculum to | |subjects, or concepts? List as many differences that you can |their needs, public is at a school and home school is at a home or | |think of. |whatever is convenient, Public schooled children learn the | | |government's morals and values, Homeschooled children learn their | | |parents' morals and values | |Are you going to focus on similarities, differences, or both? |I’m going to focus on similarities and differences so you can know | |Explain your rationale.. |how both operate. | | | | |What do you want your readers to learn and understand after |I want my readers to learn the good and bad about home school and | |reading your essay? What is the...