"Write an essay in which you look at the issues surrounding school uniform. In your essay you should look at the pros and cons of wearing uniform and end by stating your opinion."
There are many issues surrounding school uniform. Many people believe that wearing uniform increases students behav
It's official -- the largest school district in the U.S. has adopted school uniforms. Over a half-million elementary-school students in New York City will have to adhere to a dress code by the Fall of 1999. The president of the school board said the policy is "important to diminish peer pressure and
The wearing of uniform in schools is a controversial topic in our society, and is constantly undergoing debate. Some people say that wearing school uniform would save parents' money, as there would not be competition between students for the trendiest clothes (which also raises social problems). But
In a democratic society, people are free to choose what sort of dress they want, but the way we dress ourselves greatly depends on what the situation we are in. For instance, we put on evening suits when we present ourselves at a party of celebrities; on the field, we put on sports wear. Therefore,
Communication studies 105
11/ 30/ 2007
(Significance and background) Everybody in this class room has had or will have children. Anyway it will happen that your kids will become the most important point of your life. You will do everything to keep
Should Students in Public Schools Wear Uniforms?
One of the most controversial issues in public school is the school uniforms. In 1996, the issue of school uniforms was bought to the forefront in President Clinton State of the Union address. People argue that unifor
Every semester, many students in parsons have to spend a lot of money on art supplies. It is especially true for those who major in illustration or fine arts. In order to make their projects successful, sometimes they have to experiment on several kinds of mediums. Thus
School uniform a necessity for children
Introduction: other’s view on the subject.
First paragraph: why are school uniforms necessary?
Second paragraph: extend on the importance of uniforms.
Third paragraph: advantages of using uniforms
Conclusion: my view on the subject.
School Uniform: Is it compulsory to have a uniform in school?
A school uniform has been the influential clothing for students in many schools. There are some people who find the benefits of having a uniform in school. However, while students are under the school regulation; indeed, they find man
4 January 2011
More than half of elementary, middle, and high schools in America wear uniforms. Whether school uniforms should be worn by children is an undeci
School UniformThroughout the Japan, numerous school boards have been attempting to standardize the clothing that students wear. The school superintendents who are in favor of uniforms will argue that the children who wear them will experience many benefits. I disagree with this idea. I feel that the
Much like any other sport, snowboarding has a rich history; full of enthusiastic spectators, athletes and annual events. What separates snowboarding from most traditional sports in commonplace society today however, is the rapid progression and extensive variations that the sport has undergone, sinc
Overall: 83/100 B- // Cover letter 20/20 A
Grammar and Spelling: 20/25 Passive voice throughout.
Organization: 25/25 This is fine.
Content: 15/25 You need to spend more time on the proposal, making a specific suggestion and explaining how it is realistic and will be helpful. Too much of your arg
‘If you ignore the historical content of A Modest Proposal you will misunderstand it.’ Discuss.
When A Modest Proposal was published, or to give it’s full name "A Modest Proposal for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country, and for
A Modest Proposal
In the summer of 1729, after three years of crop failure, 35000 Irish sharecroppers were forced to wander the countryside in search of work, food, and shelter. The struggles of these starving families would only be greeted by the cold shoulder of their absentee English landlor
Germany’s school children in 2009.
From the 16th century, students (especially of secondary or grammar schools and similar institutions) were often subject to regulations that prescribed, for example, modest and not too stylish attire. In many cases these regulations were part of wider laws conce
A Modest Proposal General questions
This piece is about Swifts suggestion that the impoverished Irish might ease their economic troubles by selling children as food for rich gentlemen and ladies. By doing this he mocks the authority of the British officials.
School uniforms were first introduced on a large scale during the reign of King Henry VIII. The uniforms of the time were referred as "bluecoats", as they consisted of long trench-coat-style jackets dyed blue. Blue was the cheapest available dye and showed humility amongst all children. The first
The lack of care shown by English landlords during a large crop failure led to the death of many Irishmen. Jonathan Swift displays his solution to the desperate times in Ireland in the essay “A Modest Proposal”. The English landlords need to be enlightened on the situation occurring in Ireland a
The following is a proposal to inform the many benefits available to a high school teacher. It will cover health insurance, time off, and retirement.
Health insurance is offered to all teachers, the insurance that is offered to a high school teacher is Blue Cross/Blue Shield. The company pays for