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I. Based on the textbook reading, what are the benefits of rhetoric in personal communication? Academic? Professional? (1-2 paragraph 1 paragraph = 5-8 sentences)
II. Words and actions can create controversy. Consider issues in education that has generated controversy. Complete the following for four (4) possible topics.
III. Which topic piques your interest most? Why? What concerns do you have about choosing this topic?
General topic: Issues in Education
General Ideas to get you thinking:
Public or private early childhood, elementary, miIDle/high school, community college, university, post-graduate studies, alternative schools & programs
Teachers, staff, administration, students, parents, communities, politicians, etc.
Resources, cost, pay, opportunities, curriculum, testing, facilities, school/district policies, discipline
Sports, tutoring, special programs, music, academics, electives, graduation requirements, college requirements, school involvement on a variety of issues.
Make sure your topic is controversial
A controversial topic is one that people have different opinions about.
Narrow your topic to clarify the direction you want to take in your paper and the overall argument you will make.
The next two screens show how to move an informative topic to a controversial topic.
Topics to avoid
Obesity in school children (overly argued)
Physical Education in schools (obvious results)
Religion/Prayer in the Classroom
School lunches (overly argued)
Arming teachers (lack of research)
School Uniforms (overly argued)
Parental Involvement (obvious results)
Bullying in schools (obvious results)
Homeschooling (obvious results)
Proficiency grading (lack of research)
Avoid these topics. Submission of these topics for consideration will earn a zero.
Topics to consider
Repeating a grade.
National curriculum standards (K-12)
Shortened school weeks
Year round school
Online high school
Play Based Learning
Technology in lower grades
Project Based Learning
Teacher Assessment Programs
Crowd Sourcing Education
Gender Equality in the Classroom
Full Day Kindergarten
Federally Funded Preschool
College Readiness Programs
Year round school
Sports impact on Academics
School Discipline Programs
Contingent Faculty Positions
Life Skills Programs
Student Retention (higher ed)
Alternative School Programs
Sex Ed Programs
Exam Preparation Curriculum
College Athlete Pay
Technology Free Education
Distance Learning Degrees
College Loan Repayment