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    Topic closed. Thanks for the help guys
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    So it yourself, we don't do your homework for you. If you want to be lazy though, download grammerly or however it's spelt.
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    1. The first text, “School Uniforms: Pros and Cons”, an article from Family Education Network written by Ann Svensen, discusses the pros and cons on the arising school uniforms policies in Amer- ica. In recent years, some of the nation’s largest schools have introduced school uniforms. As a result, more than half a million elementary school students have been effected. In the article, Svensen uses real-life examples from US high schools, as a starting point, to portray the different views on the case. Some schools argue, that uniforms contribute to a descending crime rate and an improved discipline while other schools believes that instituting a uniform policy, will take away kids’ individuality. The second text, “School uniforms improves pupils’ behavior both in and out of school”, an article from The Daily Mail website written by Laura Clark describes how uniforms polices contributes to stu- dents’ behavior.
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    1. The first text, “School Uniforms: Pros and Cons”, an article from Family Education Network written by Ann Svensen, discusses the pros and cons on the arising school uniforms policies in Amer- ica. In recent years, some of the nation’s largest schools have introduced school uniforms. As a result, more than half a million elementary school students have been effected. In the article, Svensen uses real-life examples from US high schools, as a starting point, to portray the different views on the case. Some schools argue, that uniforms contribute to a descending crime rate and an improved discipline while other schools believes that instituting a uniform policy, will take away kids’ individuality. The second text, “School uniforms improves pupils’ behavior both in and out of school”, an article from The Daily Mail website written by Laura Clark describes how uniforms polices contributes to stu- dents’ behavior.
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    You're doing his homework for him
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    (Original post by That'sGreat)
    You're doing his homework for him
    Only the first few sentences
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    (Original post by XOR_)
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    1. The first text, “School Uniforms: Pros and Cons”, an article from Family Education Network written by Ann Svensen, discusses the pros and cons on the arising school uniforms policies in Amer- ica. In recent years, some of the nation’s largest schools have introduced school uniforms. As a result, more than half a million elementary school students have been effected. In the article, Svensen uses real-life examples from US high schools, as a starting point, to portray the different views on the case. Some schools argue, that uniforms contribute to a descending crime rate and an improved discipline while other schools believes that instituting a uniform policy, will take away kids’ individuality. The second text, “School uniforms improves pupils’ behavior both in and out of school”, an article from The Daily Mail website written by Laura Clark describes how uniforms polices contributes to stu- dents’ behavior.
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    (Original post by XOR_)
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    1. The first text, “School Uniforms: Pros and Cons”, an article from Family Education Network written by Ann Svensen, discusses the pros and cons on the arising school uniforms policies in Amer- ica. In recent years, some of the nation’s largest schools have introduced school uniforms. As a result, more than half a million elementary school students have been effected. In the article, Svensen uses real-life examples from US high schools, as a starting point, to portray the different views on the case. Some schools argue, that uniforms contribute to a descending crime rate and an improved discipline while other schools believes that instituting a uniform policy, will take away kids’ individuality. The second text, “School uniforms improves pupils’ behavior both in and out of school”, an article from The Daily Mail website written by Laura Clark describes how uniforms polices contributes to stu- dents’ behavior.
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    Just highlight the whole text lmao. Effected is actually correct though so you ****ed up xd.
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    (Original post by malthedk)
    • Some schools argue, that uniforms contribute to


    • The report claims, that pupils without uniforms were liable to


    • She doesn’t believe, that a uniform is a social leveler or an equalizer.



    the comma in each instance is wrong and should be omitted.
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    (Original post by Nulliverse)
    Umm Amer- ica?
    Yea, he said "*Please ignore the incorrect hyphenation*" so I did .
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    (Original post by malthedk)
    Hi. I need some help to correct my latest assignment. Any help would be appreciated

    Take the second text for instance. The article refers to research by Oxford Brookes University. The findings were well published as many newspapers referred to the study. The fact that the research was sponsored by a school uniform manufacturer was less obvious.
    While I would like to think that uniforms could contribute to better behaved pupils, there are too many variables in play at this moment. You will need reliable studies to determine whether uniforms make a difference or not.

    Written by Malthe V. S. M.
    this is corrected.
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    (Original post by Nulliverse)
    Just highlight the whole text lmao. Effected is actually correct though so you ****ed up xd.
    :rofl:
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    Just highlight the whole text lmao. Effected is actually correct though so you ****ed up xd.
    should be affected.
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    effected is a word but not the correct word here. OP needs to effect a change to affected.
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    the comma in each instance is wrong and should be omitted.
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