After reviewing my Conley Readiness Index assessment, I could better acknowledge my existing strengths and the areas where I am lacking. The first that I recognized were most developed attributes. Which were Contextual Awareness, Structure of Knowledge, and Precision/Accuracy. According to my results, Contextual Awareness is being able to understand an array of expectations and the structure that makes up college coursework. Additionally, Structure of Knowledge is having knowledge and technical skills that is essential for goals particularly towards career and academics.
It is my dream to learn as much as I can. This is why college education is important to me. College education is important to me because I consider it to be “door opener”. It guides me to making choices, creating opportunities and options which I consider as stepping stones for furthering my career. I think of
The most common reason people go to college is for a degree. A degree is a very big deal when one is searching for their job or career. When jobs notice that you have a college degree their perspective of you is different than someone who does not have a degree. This is because college graduates are known to have better working
Students who want to use their knowledge and the resources they learned in high school usually decide to go to college. A widely debated topic is whether or not getting a college degree is worth all of the debt that comes with a college education. However, going to college and receiving a college degree today is worth it due to the expanded job opportunities that are available to college graduates and the knowledge and experience that can be gained. Going to college can expand your opportunities to have a more comfortable and stable life. A college education is suppose to be the key to a successful future and to become more financially independent as an individual.
Maybe the author might not intend to, but the readers engulfed with the male-centered mindset might omit the position of women. It is worth demystifying the thought that women should only be visible to men. They have a fundamental role to play in the pieces of literature that we interact with and the society as a whole. Just as pointed out in this study, the society cannot succeed without the input of women, even if they are not seen in the forefront. Even though it would appear that Hildeburh did not succeed in the role she was intended to perform, the way she manages herself in the whole process is of great significance.
Chapter one, entitled "The College Essay Is an Argument", in "The Humble Argument" by Roy K. Humble states: that a proper college essay should be a cohesive, easy to understand dialog of contrasting views, that begins with a simple yet important question, and collection of evidence; then ends with a well thought out answer based on said evidence concluding with the student writer's personal thoughts and feeling about the question, the evidence, and the answer. Roy K. Humble concludes that if a student writer takes these necessary steps as part of their writing process they will most assuredly have written a complete argument, a true College
With the help of logic and personal experience to create this semi self-guide on dating, the author shed light on how social classes can change the way people think and even act. I believe that this topic is super important in today’s world, especially when there is racial insulair intolerance and ignorance. However, the author did not change my view in any way. I do not feel that judging someone based on their race is necessarily a bad thing, unless you are accusing them of a crime or an illegal activity. Someone of the story upes Diaz mentioned is true, but not for all cases.
Redefining Slut People have longed to explore different aspects of their life without having restrictions. Living in a world free of judgement, bias and stereotypes regardless of gender is far-fetched but it is not impossible. The ideals society has for men and women have been deeply ingrained and rooted in our culture that is it almost invisible until encountered. No one is immune to prejudices but believing, fostering and magnifying them are obstacles to be tackled as they cultivate toxic and harmful messages that perpetuate distorted values. It may take time to alter the many perceived notions of men and women in society but by fighting for equality, it demands the collective effort of both sexes.
For starters, some people might think diversity is not that important, but it is important because it expands how people think and perspectives (“Is a College Education Worth it?”). For example, different cultures show differences of how people work in different standards. To follow, studying abroad “can broaden your cultural, intellectual, career, and personal horizons (Bellenir 107)”. For instance, students going abroad can learn about the two countries connection. To conclude, being in a diverse atmosphere gives great friendships and soulmates (“Is a College Education Worth it?”).
The second question can be a little more complicated because everyone has their own reasons, and now, I will tell you my reasons for why college is important. The reasons that college is important to me are the college experience and job availability. When I say job availability, I’m not saying that you can’t get a job without a college education, but it is increasingly easier to get a job with one. In most cases, in order to be competitive in getting jobs like doctors, architects, and scientists, but in other cases, it pays to have some sort of college education, because someone with a college degree is more likely to get hired for a job than someone who doesn’t have a degree. Those with a college education are usually paid more than those without a college education and you don’t need stats to figure this one out.
The chapter "Reading Arguments" by Kathleen T. McWhorter, appears in Successful College Writing, a book that guides college student to success in the college writing world with helpful tips through the use of certain skills, strategies, and learning styles. This chapter helps the reader comprehend and recognize the basic parts of an argument and how to understand key elements of support in an argument. Although people should already what an argument is, to identify one in writing can be a little difficult. McWhorter explains how there are different types of argument which can range between an emotional, irrational argument and a rational effective argument. In those different types of arguments there are four basic parts: the issue, the claim, the
The use of the be-verbs is another area that require improvement. From the WritersDiet Test, I realize a significant use of be-verbs. A particular case is the use of are, been, and was. Although these words play a crucial role in the English language, I came to realize that their usage in academic writing should be appropriate and formal as opposed to their verbal application. With this understanding, I intent to continue practicing on the appropriate means in which to use these verbs