In the article "Some Lessons from the Assembly Line", by Andrew Braaksma, the key points are how the working conditions in the factory play into how the author viewed his college experience. Also, how the uncertainty of the jobs lifespan pushes him to work hard in his classes. Lastly, how many of his classmates are taking their college experience for granted and not making the most of their education keep him in line at college. The author expands upon these and a few other key points and relates his work experience to the reason he appreciates his college education. The author's main claim of how his factory job reminds him to do well in college is legitimate because of the working conditions, how factory jobs are leaving the United States, and the demeanor of the other college students.
Attending college and achieving a degree shows that a person had to participate in a lot of hard work to graduate and be able to have a career of their choice. In the article, “Get a Job: Working Class Students Discuss the Purpose of College,” is a study of four first generation working class students. They interviewed these students to get the average purpose of why students attend college. According to Chickering and Reisser, the purpose for students attending college “...is to qualify them for a good job, not to help them build skills applicable in the widest variety of life experiences; it is to ensure a comfortable life-style…”(Longwell-Grice). This statement explains why most students manage to attend college.
One shouldn’t ask how can I get my degree, but rather how they can get the most out of their degree. The audience of Becoming a Learner is future or current college students. This is a wide range of people, but this story can be beneficial to all who will be in search of a job after college. By telling his audience how to become a learner before they graduate with a degree they will be able to apply his ideas and get the most out of their education. This medium is very important because it gives the audience purpose for reading the piece.
Apple’s former CEO, Steve Jobs, in his speech, narrates his personal experience about success and failure. His purpose is to tell the new generation to do what they truly want to do. The audience of his speech is the students of Stanford University. Here, he adopts a sincere and sentimental tone in order to convince the new generation of the importance of doing what they want to do. This speech, which is entitled “Jobs summed up his life”, focuses on encourage new generation to do what their want to do.
Now some decisions are much more difficult than others. The main decision that every high school graduate is faced with is do they go to college or not, and if they do go to college which one do they go to. In today’s society, it is imperative that individuals continue their education. With the exception of low level entry positions, like working at McDonalds, people will need some form of higher education. President Obama stated, “Education is not a luxury: it is an economic imperative that every hard working and responsible student should be able to afford” (Knowledge and Skills for the Jobs of the Future).
As a teacher he is there when you need him but does not do the work for you. This has helped me learn to take more responsibility as I am approaching the end of my high school career and preparing for the responsibilities of college life. I intend on attending kettering university. I went on a visit there and enjoyed all they have to offer. I selected this college of all because they give you the best opportunity to start your career early.
In the article "Some Lessons from the Assembly Line", Andrew Braaksma is talking about how important your education is, and how he had wished he would have went to college much sooner than he did. Also, he wouldn 't be getting underpaid at work as hard as he does. I believe, he is wanting a better future for the kids that 's soon to be in college, and he is wanting them to see how hard it is a struggle of being underpaid. He is wishing he would have went to college much sooner than he did, and he would have a good paying job because, he could have already had his degree, and he wouldn 't be getting under paid. His goal is him telling students how important their education is.
If we do not pass the exam, we cannot get a degree from the university. On the contrary, some students say that the lessons are given a lot of information about what we are going to be in the future". I will look at both sides of ideas. Firstly, there are many advantages of graduating from college. In general, most of the companies are looking for employees who have a diploma and want to improve their skills.
First, if I was able to get one of the scholarships, I would be able to attend a better school that I am looking at. The other schools that I am looking at are Valparaiso University, Purdue West Lafayette, Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne, and Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis. These colleges offer a better engineering program and they would be able to help me find a job that I would like to have to support my family. These goals contribute to improving the quality of life for other because I will be able to provide my ideas to help make life easier for people. The goal of an engineer is to be able to improve the quality of life for people.
A Student in a Community College Basic Skills Program I think the most important reason to go to school is to have the back ground needed to receive a job that can help you build a financially secure future. Most well-paying jobs will look at your educational background so it is important to go to school. I think that the reason for being does change throughout your school years. In elementary school your parents make you go, but you are also having fun. During the middle school years it gets a little harder, but hanging out with friends makes it worth it.