Report 4 - Outline

Report 4 - Outline - Outline Introduction a. Do online...

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Outline I. Introduction a. Do online courses have value for the students who take them? b. Thesis Statement: For students, the value in online classes is shown by the flexibility it gives the students in their schedules, the money they can save by being able to do the school work anywhere, the learning style where students can take more time on lectures, and the easy access to the professor and other students. II. Online classes provide flexibility in schedules. a. Students can use their time however they want. i. Students are very busy. ii. They can plan when they take classes. iii. They can study in the night time or morning. 1. They learn when it is convenient for them b. Test and quizzes are given with plenty of time to review the material. i. They just need to do it by the due date. c. Freedom is important to college students. i. When you give them freedom, you give them more chance to complete the assignment. ii. Students are tied down to a strict schedule. d.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course ENG 2304 taught by Professor Allman during the Spring '09 term at Baylor.

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