School is a place for learning and the most important part of school is not social. Although Co-ed schools are a first choice for most adolescents and their parents, Single sex schools are just as good. In single sex schools, students don't have to worry about sexual attraction of the opposite sex. This enables the students to pay more attention to their studies and less on social situations.
Being in co-ed schools mean that students of both sexes need to acquire proper mores in society. For instance, in a co-ed schools, girls have to learn to sit, speak, and even walk properly. If not, girls who do not present herself in a feminine manner will receive spiteful remark from boys. They may be labeled as "tom-boys". On the contrary, in a girl's school, girls need not to worry so much about reputation or image because there are no boys around of them.
In single-sex classes, girls were observed to participate more, be more extroverted, have more interaction with the teacher and receive less harassment from other students than in mixed-sex classes. Also without the boys being in the classroom there was less time spent on "managing" the environment and more time spent on introducing new topics to and helping the girls out with problems they had. Girls also commented on the enjoyment of their new single-sex classes.
There are some people who believe that irrespective of whether it is a single-sex or a mixed school, finally it is the expectations from society and the family that influence the development of a child. However, school remains one of the primary agents of socialistic. Single-sex schools may have certain benefits but the fact remains that you cannot shelter your child from the opposite sex forever. Learning happens throughout life and a lot of this learning occurs through inter-sex interaction.
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Why don't you google it up. Read some books about the topics and form your own ideas.
Hi, I hope you are making good progress.
You should follow these steps:
Write a sentence about academic concerns.
Write a sentence about behavioral concerns.
Write a sentence about classroom management and learning environment.
Use each of those sentences as a topic sentence for the body paragraphs.
Google "topic sentence"
Google "body paragraph"
When you complete the three body paragraphs, go back and write the introduction paragraph with your thesis statement about single sex education or co-ed education.
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However, school remains one of the primary agents of socialization .
Single-sex schools may have certain benefits, but the fact remains that you cannot shelter your child from the opposite sex forever. Learning happens throughout life, and a lot of this learning occurs through male-female interaction.
good points!! Based on arguments you make, you seem to be writing about the benefits of single sex ed for girls. Maybe you should include a paragraph about the boys as well.
its compare\contrast essay
is it good or what i need to edit?
its compare\contrast essay is it good or what i need to edit?
Compare and contrast essays are difficult.
You need to revise the intro paragraph so that you are introducing 2 things: arguments for single sex ed, and arguments for coed education. Talk about these 2 things in the intro, and make the last sentence of the intro paragraph a sentence about the RELATIONSHIP between the two viewpoints.
Body paragraph 1: write about the argument for single sex ed
Body paragraph 2: write about the argument for coed education
Body paragraph 3 write about them both in the same paragraph.
Then, write a conclusion paragraph that talks again about the RELATIONSHIP between the two viewpoints.
A good thesis statement will let your reader know what your essay is about and what your position is on that topic. Sometimes we also include in a thesis statement a bit of a "preview" of how we will support our opinon.
Let's look at an example:
Suppose I were writing an essay on President Obama's effort to reform healthcare. I would have to let the reader know that was what my paper was about. I would also need to let the reader know my position. In the thesis statement, I can also let the reader know what points I am going to make to suppport my position. Here is one possible thesis statement I could create:
President Obama's efforts to reform healthcare should be supported because people should not have to make choices between eating and seeking medical attention, because unhealthy people harm the economy, and because no other civilized country fails to provide healthcare to its citizens.
Do you see how, in just one sentence, I have told the reader I am going to be talking about President Obama's healthcare plans, my position on those plans, and the reasons I have taken this position?
You can use the same strategy to create a thesis statement about your position on sex education in school. Good luck!