Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at 8:48pm.
Please grade my ACT writing test on a scale of 1-6. Please make corrections and give me feedback. By the way, I wrote this essay in 30 minutes.
ACT Test Prompt:
Schools in some states have changed their school calendars so that they are now year-round schools. Advocates of year-round schooling argue that the traditional summer break is a waste of students' time that could other wise be spent learning . Opponents charge that today's students are already overburdened with the stresses of school and need the summer to get a much-needed break. In your view, should the traditional three-month summer vacation from school be maintained?
Some schools do not have a three-month summer break, but rather an additional three-month of school. Others maintain the three-month summer break. Supporters of year-round school believe that it is better to use the three months for school. Thus, the traditional three-month summer vacation should not be maintained.
A few opponents say that it is wrong to not have summer breaks for students. They think that there should be breaks because students need the rest due stresses at school and the workload. This is incorrect. Students have winter break, spring break and some holidays off, so there is no need for an extended break. Besides, it is believed that summer breaks can cause students to slow down in their academic. Does going to school for an additional three months have an effect on the students? No, but it instead loads them with knowledge,which is good.
Time is of the essence and should be used to learn during summer vacation. For example, if students want to excel in their education, they must commit their time to it. The more time they commit in to English for instance, the better they are with it. Sometimes school subjects are not learned completely, so an additional three months is extremely helpful. Time is key and students should be learning hard during the summer vacation.
It is useless to have summer vacation. Most students are not even resting. Rather, they spend most of their time watching television and playing games. This is a very unhealthy break. Hence, going to school during the summer is a better idea. Schools not only help students gain knowledge, but it also provides classes like physical education for students. Being unhealthy during the summer, does not give a good, fresh start for the oncoming year. Therefore, the three months must be used up in school.
Schools must require students to attend school during the summer. Summer vacation can cause the summer slide-- students forget what they learned previously. In addition it can cause an increase in television watching. With perseverance to work hard during the three-month summer, students should see ideal result both academically and physically.
Writteacher, are you the ACT test grader?
Writing - Writeacher, Wednesday, July 31, 2013 at 7:54am
No, I'm not an ACT grader, but the concept is the same for ACT or SAT or AP or any other mass essay-grading process.
After grading my own students' essays for 33 years, as well as grading essays in our district's competency testing annually for about 15 years, these grading scales all start looking alike! And, in fact, they are!
Answer This Question
More Related Questions
- Writing - Please grade my ACT writing test on a scale of 1-Please make ...
- College - My dream is to go to Harvard University. When I grow up I want to ...
- Writing - Please give me an ACT prompt.
- English - Thank you very much for your corrections. Here are two sentences for ...
- english - I woul like to review my essay please? Post it. Can you please help me...
- Writing - Please correct,give feedback,and grade. ACT Prompt Most schools have ...
- Writing - 8th graders have a writing test coming up and they have to write an ...
- Writing - This time I hope I improve. Writing is a skill that must be practiced...
- school - Hi. My name is Samantha. I'm in the 8th grade. Lots of people have been...
- shakespeare - ok so i have to summarize 3 important events in act 1 of romeo and...