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Open the most recent draft of your comparison and contrast essay in MS Word.  Turn on TRACK CHANGES from the REVIEW tab in Word, and complete the following process, making sure each edit you complete is clear via Word?s automatic Track Changes markup feature.

  • Use the Find function in MS Word to search for each of these second person pronouns one at a time:  you, your, yours.  Eliminate any of these that you find.  You will often have to revise other aspects of the sentence and not simply delete these words.
  • Use the Find function in MS Word to search one at a time for each of these first-person singular pronouns:  I, me, my, mine.  For every one of these you find, check the rest of that paragraph to make sure that you have not shifted to one of these plural forms of a first person pronoun:  we, us, our, ours.  If you have made this shift in number, revise the paragraph so that all first person pronouns in the paragraph are the same in number (either all are singular or all are plural).  There is a chance you may have missed one of the second person pronouns when you did #1 above.  So, also make sure that you don?t shift from any of the first person pronouns (listed above) to a second person pronoun (you, your, yours).
  • Use the Find function in MS Word to search for each of these third person plural pronouns one at a time:  they, them, their, theirs.  Check to see whether the antecedent (the noun to which the pronoun refers) is singular or plural.  For every singular antecedent of one of these plural pronouns, revise so that both noun and pronoun are plural if at all possible.  (If for some reason this makes the sentence very awkward, you should revise so that both are singular.)
  • Use the Find function in MS Word to search for each of these third person singular pronouns one at a time:  she, her, hers, he, him, his, it, its.  Check to see whether the antecedent (the noun to which the pronoun refers) is singular or plural.  For every plural antecedent of one of these singular pronouns, revise so that both noun and pronoun are plural if at all possible.  (If for some reason this makes the sentence very awkward, you should revise so that both are singular.)


Running Head: HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGES HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

 

ADENIKE ADESUYAN

 

INDIANA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY 1 HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGES 2 These days more and more people have realized that high schools and colleges have great

 

importance in choosing and learning an occupation. Therefore, when students choose a school,

 

they research every aspect of the school. People may also compare high schools with colleges. However, although the education methods of high schools and colleges are alike, there

 

are dissimilarities about social activities and facilities, tuition fees and the usage of technology

 

between them. To begin with the similarity, teachers at high schools and colleges educate

 

students by using the same method. There are always exams at both high schools and colleges.

 

Students take exams, and then pass the class according to the results of these exams. There are

 

also oral exams at both of them. These exams affect students? passing class, too. By this way,

 

they learn lots of information about their interests. These interests help students choose the right and pleasant work in future. As for the

 

differences between high schools and colleges, dissimilar social activities and facilities are the

 

chief differences. There are laboratories, computer rooms, canteens and theatres at high schools.

 

Also, there are spots activities such as basketball, football and table tennis. However, when

 

students benefit from these facilities, they are supposed to obey some rules of the school like

 

wearing school uniform and not using cell phones. In colleges, on the other hand, students can take advantage of lots of facilities freely. For

 

example, they can use their cell phones in campus. There are also cinemas, concert halls and lots

 

of sport fields which do not exist at high schools. College students can rest in cafes or big

 

libraries by reading. Therefore, colleges have much more social activities and facilities than high HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGES 3 schools. Another difference between high schools and colleges is the tuition fees. At high

 

schools, students have to pay only registration fee. Moreover, students do not have to pay any fee

 

for subsequent years. However, the tuition cost of private high schools are excessive. On the

 

other hand, tuition fees of colleges are paid differently. Even, after students enroll in college, they have to pay tuition fee for every term.

 

Moreover, the amount of the fees changes for every term. Apart from this, the students of distinct

 

departments pay different amount of tuition fee. For instance, English Language Teaching

 

Department students pay much more than Economy students. In brief, students at high schools

 

do not have to pay tuition fee for many times like college students. The last difference between high schools and colleges is the technology system used for

 

the lessons. Each student may not be able to utilize a computer at high schools. Sometimes, two

 

or more students are supposed to use a computer together in computer lessons. Also, schools may

 

not have enough equipment to make tests for science lessons and to use projection for each other

 

lessons such as history and math?s. Colleges, on the other hand, take advantage of nearly every

 

new technology. There are also large computer classes cafes equipped with lots of computers for

 

students of colleges. Students may be supposed to take part in lessons with their presentations

 

thanks to technological devices. Consequently, high schools cannot benefit from technologies as much as colleges. To

 

sum it up, high schools and colleges are important in people?s life. Everyone should benefit from

 

the education of both high schools and colleges to be aware of life, and to see the distinctive HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGES

 

features between them. For this aim, people should know that the education of high schools and

 

colleges is similar; however, there are not resembling activities and facilities, tuition fees and

 

technological systems between them. 4

 


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