The claim saying that the curriculum of all nation should be same for students before going to college is unreasonable from the standpoints of students, and unrealistic from the perspective of a nation. The meaning of having all of its students to study the same curriculum is very straightforward, that is regardless of individual students’ need and conditions of different school districts, every student studies the same areas of human knowledge. This claim is too extreme to consider it sound one. Despite of the pros of it, there is simply too persuasive cons to agree with it.
Education has always been a vital sector for the development of a nation, through which people can contribute to the building of a society in a more constructive way. It becomes more evident if you look at the correlation between a nation’s educational plan and it economic potential after that. Compulsory education laws have long history with exception granted to parents who want to homeschool their children. Education is important, which require foresighted nation to enact effective laws to ensure beneficial knowledge to be imparted to young minds. But will the claim satisfy this need?
Having the same curriculum is a surefire way for a nation to keep track of what is being taught in the class and make sure every school is at the same pace and position with each other at the educational level. Effectively, the nation with same curriculum has a better control over their education sector, resulting in detrimental effects if this power was wielded at the wrong hands. Some people may argue that education is too critical too hand down to local school board, worrying them setting a deviant goal from one that satisfy national needs. The previous arguments stress the importance of appropriate education to a nation. Whereas, it falsely assume that having the same curriculum is the only path granted with assurance to the goal.
Admittedly, aspired nations are in need of people with skills and talents. But, the claim isn’t necessarily the right way to resolve this. For one thing, building a robust nations requires various talents, which are most likely a result of flexible study plan according to individual preference instead of a fixed one decided by some scholars in the office room. For another, different regions probably have their unique resource available in affecting and assisting education, which is the same principle applied in agriculture. People grow berries instead of mushroom in California. Insisting on the same curriculum is an act of ignoring local educational condition and blindly makes irresponsible orders. And most often, when an order is contradictory with what most people would it like to be, the final outcome isn’t a pleasant one for both sides.
In sum, if a nation’s final goal is for the sake of its own and its people, the claim in the prompt isn’t the right approach to it despite it’s the seemingly well-intended. The cons overweight pros in terms of its application. To have miscellaneous talents to corroborate for the development of a nation in the future, it entails more than a simple national standardized curriculum.
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Discourse Markers used:
['but', 'if', 'look', 'may', 'so', 'well', 'whereas', 'for one thing']
Attributes: Values AverageValues Percentages(Values/AverageValues)% => Comments
Performance in Part of Speech:
Nouns: 0.233215547703 0.240241500013 97% => OK
Verbs: 0.141342756184 0.157235817809 90% => OK
Adjectives: 0.123674911661 0.0880659088768 140% => OK
Adverbs: 0.0388692579505 0.0497285424764 78% => OK
Pronouns: 0.0318021201413 0.0444667217837 72% => OK
Prepositions: 0.125441696113 0.12292977631 102% => OK
Participles: 0.0424028268551 0.0406280797675 104% => OK
Conjunctions: 2.88617679079 2.79330140395 103% => OK
Infinitives: 0.0371024734982 0.030933414821 120% => OK
Particles: 0.0017667844523 0.0016655270985 106% => OK
Determiners: 0.128975265018 0.0997080785238 129% => OK
Modal_auxiliary: 0.0106007067138 0.0249443105267 42% => OK
WH_determiners: 0.0159010600707 0.0148568991511 107% => OK
Vocabulary words and sentences:
No of characters: 3191.0 2732.02544248 117% => OK
No of words: 521.0 452.878318584 115% => OK
Chars per words: 6.12476007678 6.0361032391 101% => OK
Fourth root words length: 4.77759609229 4.58838876751 104% => OK
words length more than 5 chars: 0.381957773512 0.366273622748 104% => OK
words length more than 6 chars: 0.297504798464 0.280924506359 106% => OK
words length more than 7 chars: 0.201535508637 0.200843997647 100% => OK
words length more than 8 chars: 0.149712092131 0.132149295362 113% => OK
Word Length SD: 2.88617679079 2.79330140395 103% => OK
Unique words: 271.0 219.290929204 124% => OK
Unique words percentage: 0.520153550864 0.48968727796 106% => OK
Word variations: 62.9483821883 55.4138127331 114% => OK
How many sentences: 24.0 20.6194690265 116% => OK
Sentence length: 21.7083333333 23.380412469 93% => OK
Sentence length SD: 58.6989583241 59.4972553346 99% => OK
Chars per sentence: 132.958333333 141.124799967 94% => OK
Words per sentence: 21.7083333333 23.380412469 93% => OK
Discourse Markers: 0.333333333333 0.674092028746 49% => More Discourse Markers wanted.
Paragraphs: 5.0 4.94800884956 101% => OK
Language errors: 3.0 5.21349557522 58% => OK
Readability: 51.4588131798 51.4728631049 100% => OK
Elegance: 1.89166666667 1.64882698954 115% => OK
Coherence and Cohesion:
Essay topic to essay body coherence: 0.516473906647 0.391690518653 132% => OK
Sentence sentence coherence: 0.0974564270733 0.123202303941 79% => OK
Sentence sentence coherence SD: 0.0956890525086 0.077325440228 124% => OK
Sentence paragraph coherence: 0.514174124521 0.547984918172 94% => OK
Sentence paragraph coherence SD: 0.172700351909 0.149214159877 116% => OK
Sentence topic coherence: 0.194356534928 0.161403998019 120% => OK
Sentence topic coherence SD: 0.101508048813 0.0892212321368 114% => OK
Paragraph paragraph coherence: 0.401192359376 0.385218514788 104% => OK
Paragraph paragraph coherence SD: 0.0284408233392 0.0692045440612 41% => OK
Paragraph topic coherence: 0.362508515047 0.275328986314 132% => OK
Paragraph topic coherence SD: 0.039246637989 0.0653680567796 60% => OK
Sentences with positive sentiment : 14.0 10.4325221239 134% => OK
Sentences with negative sentiment : 3.0 5.30420353982 57% => OK
Sentences with neutral sentiment: 7.0 4.88274336283 143% => OK
Positive topic words: 11.0 7.22455752212 152% => OK
Negative topic words: 2.0 3.66592920354 55% => OK
Neutral topic words: 4.0 2.70907079646 148% => OK
Total topic words: 17.0 13.5995575221 125% => OK
What are sentences with positive/Negative/neutral sentiment?
Rates: 83.33 out of 100
Scores by essay e-grader: 5.0 Out of 6
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