Essay /Many of you are considering transferring to university upon completing your goals at Cuyamaca. Is college

Essay /Many of you are considering transferring to university upon completing your goals at Cuyamaca. Is college a wise investment? Or does it create too much debt to make it worthwhile? Liz Weston in her article, “Why College Is Still Worth It Even Though It Costs Too Much” from Money magazine, makes a case for why it is a good investment. How about you? What is your view on this issue?Use the third person. Do not use the “I” pronoun.Introduce your essay by establishing what prompt you are responding to. Briefly summarize the issue (what people are debating; what the opposing views are). Now that you have had a chance to read and learn more about the issue, state your opinion in third person (your thesis). Include the points you will use in the body to support your thesis.Support your thesis in a few paragraphs. For each paragraph, provide an arguable topic sentence that directly supports your thesis. Reference the article(s) you’ve read about the issue. Give us the title of the article and the name of the author (or the organization responsible for it, if there is no human being attached as the author). Use direct quotes by using a key line or two from the piece, and then explain how what the article says demonstrates support for your thesis. Relate the point to some evidence of your own through analysis. Explain how and why that information supports your view on the issue. Use the experiences of people you know, hypothetical situations, or information you looked up to show why you feel the way you do about the issue. Remain in the third person.Conclude your essay with some final thoughts on the subject. Do not bring in any new ideas. Help us see why the educational domain will be a better place if we embrace your point of view on the issue.essay should be at least 500 words in length.Use MLA style.Provide a Works Cited PageInclude original draftsInclude revised drafts


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