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Here are some effective tips for planning to write a Persuasive or argumentative essay. --Read the topic, --Think about positives and negatives of the issues in the topic. --Brainstorm arguments 'for' and 'against'. --Consider the overall picture/key idea of the topic. --Make your sentences about ideas. ---Here is a template, like a 'recipe', for planning the paragraphs for paragraphs  for a persuasive essay. BASIC ARGUMENTS: (Expand and adapt to each topic). POSITIVE ARGUMENTS: (Example topic: Should sport be compulsory in schools?) (1) Progress is good. (2) Need to live in the 21st Centur


Summary: One visible benefit of UK distance learning is anybody from anywhere can seek admission. No matter whether you are in UK or not, you can still take admission and pursue a degree programme offered by the on line university. Key words:


As a tutor, it is common to find yourself tutoring a student with learning difficulties. These students need a learning environment which will facilitate their unique needs. This is often not available in a public classroom setting. These top tips will show you what you need to do.


Every family that decides to homeschool must tackle the issue of grading. Do grades help you assess your child's progress? Or is the whole reason for grading a throwback to a content standard in public schools that is not really relevant to homeschoolers?


It can be challenging to decide what to look for in a tutor. You know that you want to find a person who can satisfy you or your child's academic needs. However, you also want to make sure the person has a great personality and is able to understand learning insecurities.


As an ESL teacher, mothers will often ask me what they can do at home to help children learn English. The mothers are not confident because they worry that their own English is not good enough to help their children.