ESSAY education Ref: Thesis Statement The importance of childhood

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Introduction

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General Statement
 
Why should governments encourage education for
children between 5 to 15

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Overview
 
1)      Why is education important, and its aftermath on a child’s future
and society
2)      What can be achieved by encouraging compulsory education &
benefits of compulsory education for children between ages 5 to 15
3)      Ways in which the government can encourage and support compulsory
education

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Thesis Statement
 
The importance of childhood education and education
in general, including the reasons why in some cases children don’t receive
it, and it impending effects. Furthermore, way through which the government
can overcome those problems and support and encourage compulsory education.
 

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Topic Sentence
Why is education important?

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Supporting Sentences
1.       Education is key to lead a productive, good life
2.       Education supports economic development and the development
3.       Sustainable development begins with education
4.       “Education enriches people’s understanding of themselves and the
world’
5.       There is a positive relationship between improved education and
higher income

Ref:
(Campbell, 2006)
 
(UNESCO, 2014)
(Ozturk, 2001)
 
(Ozturk, 2001)

Critical Analysis
 
Being educated comprises of many helpful benefits to
oneself and to society

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Concluding Sentence
 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

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Topic Sentence
Why is it important for 5 to 15 year olds’?

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Supporting Sentences
1.       Education received at this level is the foundation for higher education
2.       Children’s first learning experiences deeply influence their
future physical, cognitive, emotional and social development.
3.       Early education maximizes children’s future well being

Ref:
 
(UNICEF, 2014)
 
(The Importance Of Early Childhood Cognitive Development,
2017)

Critical Analysis
Education received between this time period is the
key for future wellbeing and also it can increase your employability in the
future

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Concluding Sentence
 

 
 
 

 

 

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Topic Sentence
Why aren’t children enrolling and receiving
education

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Supporting Sentences
1.       Child Labour
2.       Lack of knowledge about the importance of education
3.       The cost of educating a child is unaffordable for poor families
4.       Some children are differently abled
Eg: It is
considered that around 150 million children in the world live with a
disability; 80% of them live in developing countries and only around 2% of
them have access to education.

Ref:
(ILO, n.d)
 
 
 
(Gigo, 2011)

Critical Analysis
Family backgrounds and income levels play a major
role in educating a child

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Concluding Sentence
 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

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Topic Sentence
What can the governments do to overcome this issue
and support and encourage compulsory education
 

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Supporting Sentences
1.      
Provide a proper 100% free education
2.      
Provide proper awareness
programs on the importance of education
3.      
Allocating funds towards
education for the underprivileged
4.      
More public schools for the
differently abled

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Critical Analysis
Opinions about the implementation of these methods

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Concluding Sentence
 

 
 
 

 

Conclusion

Main Points
1.      
Education is vital for
everyone
2.      
It’s the basements for higher
education and the key to a successful future life
3.      
Illiteracy can be abolished
4.      
Child Labour and lack of
income are factors effecting education
5.      
Governments should increase
its focus on education
 
 

Point of view / verdict
Education is important and governments should take
every step necessary to encourage its compulsoriness.
Child Labour should be banned

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1.      
Campbell, B., October 11 (2006), Why education is important
(http://nfl.packers.com/fan_zone/contests/badger_mutual_essay_contest/essay061119.pdf.)
 
       3. UNESCO, (2014), Sustainable
development begins with education
           (http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0023/002305/230508e.pdf.)
 
4 & 5. Ozturk, I., (2001),
The role of education in economic development: a theoretical              perspective
           
(https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/9023/1/MPRA_paper_9023.pdf)
 
 
 

 

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       1. UNICEF, Early childhood development
           (https://www.unicef.org/namibia/ECD_fact_sheet_print.pdf)
 
       3. Anonymous, February 14, The Importance
Of Early Childhood Cognitive Development
          
(http://www.nairaland.com/3629083/importance-early-childhood-cognitive-development#53710183)
             
 
 

 

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      1. Fyfe, A., n.d, Compulsory Education
and Child Labour: Historical Lessons, Contemporary Challenges and Future
Directions
( http://www.ilo.org/ipecinfo/product/download.do?type=document=1099.)
 
      4. Gigo, A., 19th April
(2011), The situation of differently-abled children
          (https://www.humanium.org/en/disabled-children/)