Verrrryy often I see essays, assignments and analyses that are too vague.
The student might use sophisticated language, they might have a good point in there somewhere, they might include plenty of technical vocabulary, but the overall message lacks clarity – it’s just too wishy-washy.
Here are the things that start the ‘vagueness alarms’ going off for any teacher or examiner so your teen can avoid them!
One of my favourite motivational quotes is: the best way to predict your future is to create it.
For students, this can be tricky.
Students have all sorts of decisions to make at a relatively young age when we consider the long term impact.
The truth is,
Any choice in life takes a certain amount of courage.