Being A Year 6 Pupil Myself

Examples of level 4 and 5 biased argument in the form of a letter – School children have too much homework. Updated on May 5, 2014 help for teachers moreContact Author A biased argument is one of the hardest piece of writing we ask children to write at primary school. Included in this hub are two pieces of writing from children for a level 4 and a level 5 to be able to do just that. I am writing to you to complain about the situation regarding homework in primary schools. Being a year 6 pupil myself, nearing the end of my primary years, I feel that I have sufficient experience to comment on the situation. Knowing the pressure our education gives us, I believe children’s learning is clearly extremely important however with SAT’s approaching quickly, year 6 pupils are revising most nights. With the stress from this; sitting constantly paying attention for 6 hours a day at school and the exams shortly on their way, children obviously don’t need the stress of more homework. School is a very important place where children learn valuable life lessons and this should mean more than writing and maths.

How are we supposed to attend extra curricular clubs with our heads in books constantly? England has an obesity problem so without these clubs the problem will only get worse. Shouldn’t you be encouraging the younger generation to be fit and healthy? Surely being the minister of education you can clearly understand my personal views (especially considering these views are agreed by the vast majority of people). I suggest that it is much better for children to work independently in class rather than at home where some parents tend to take over. There is no point of homework if someone else does it for you! After taking Mrs Jones’ views into consideration I agree we should have homework but not a large amount. I believe that teachers should set the homework as they know the students better. I hope you find my argument against homework reasonable and take my points into consideration for the 2014 curriculum.

Good level of detail to each point, which is backed up. Good punctuation used – brackets, hyphens, semi-colons and colons. An example of a level 4 piece of work. I am writing to you to express my feelings on the current amount of homework that you are giving us. This is a situation that needs to be changed. I understand that we are expected to complete a small amount of revision work however, it is not fair that we have to do normal homework as well. We could be putting our health at risk because of all the stress that is put on us to get amazing grades in our SAT’s. It is very hard for some children to do homework at home because of their siblings, younger ones, and busy parents. It is very hard to concentrate in a house full of people when it is very loud. I hope you take my thought and ideas to cut down homework into consideration. Vocabulary isn’t as varied although it is good. High level conjunctions used.

• Explain how these products and services meet the needs of the organization’s determined customer base. • Include relevant aspects from the SWOT analysis you conducted in Week Two. • State the competitive advantage your plan provides. • Internal: Include an analysis of the role of leadership and employees, the communication processes, and the culture of the workplace. • External: Include an analysis of socioeconomic, legal, ethical, political, and technological factors that could affect the organization. • Describe how data, based on the quadrants presented in the Boston Consulting Group Matrix, would apply to your marketing plan. • Describe the marketing opportunities and marketing goals for your chosen HCO. • Explain the marketing strategies that are employed in your plan. • Apply market segmentation to your plan based on the target markets you have identified. • Explain how database marketing was used or why it was not included in your marketing plan. • Discuss methods of performance evaluation and monitoring that will be used to evaluate the success of your chosen healthcare organization’s marketing plan.

• Explain why reports for a particular timeframe (weekly, monthly, quarterly) would be important and how you would use feedback in these reports to control the future of your marketing. • Provide a conclusion that summarizes your marketing plan. Include persuasive statements that explain how your marketing plan supports the goals of your chosen healthcare organization’s strategic plan. • Must be 10 to 15 double-spaced pages in length (excluding the title page and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. • Must utilize at least 10 scholarly sources (in addition to the course text) that were published within the past five years. At least three of these sources must be from the Ashford University Library. • Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. • Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.