Daylin ArroyoProfessor AndersonENGL 1101-8104 October 2019Journal Entry 4The persuasive essay I will be analyzing is “Underappreciated Key to College Success: Sleep” by Jane Brody. The thesis statement of the essay is that if students fail to create effective sleeping routines, it will hinder their academic performance. The first main point states that research shows how poor sleep quality can be equally as affecting as intoxicants when it comes to grade results. That is why it is important for colleges to inform their students on how they can resolve any sleeping issues. The opposing viewpoint mentions that some institutions provide non-closing study areas that can persuade students to study all night rather than rest to get good grades. The writer refutes that argument by explaining how cramming information is ineffective
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