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Course Work #10: Writing a Body Paragraph We will start Course Work #10 in class, but you will have to finish it at home. You will need to refer to today’s slides as you work on it. Part 1. Thesis and Topic Sentence 1. Write your group’s thesis statement here. Professors should require attendance in their classes, but they must also be flexible with their attendance policies. 2. Look at your outline as a group and assign one reason/claim (body paragraph) to each student. Write your reason/claim in a COMPLETE TOPIC SENTENCE here. Make sure it supports the thesis. Professors should be more lenient with students who are absent with legitimate reasons. Part 2. Wait for the slides with explanations and directions. Explanations: Professors should be more lenient with students who are absent with legitimate reasons. Students are not machines that keep doing the same thing on a regular basis, and sometimes, even machines would break down. Thus, it is no surprise that accident happens. If a student suddenly gets into trouble and cannot make it to the class, I believe that the professor should be able to understand the situation of the students who are absent due to proper reasons. As people who lives in the modern age, individuals deserve to be treated with tolerance and understanding. Part 3. See the directions on the slides. 1. Students may have a legitimate reason for missing class. According to “Students, faculty battle over Attendance” by Jason Casillas, a senior business student, argue that “there is often little solace for students who are legitimately sick or have had extenuating circumstances that prevent them from attending.” 2. In the article, Laura Heyningen, a senior studying communications, claimed, “There comes to a point where you have to choose between outside activities and your class.”
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