Same Sex Classrooms

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Research Plan for “Benefits of having Same-Sex Schools� I would first like to reflect on my topic. The main focus of the paper is to point out the advantages and benefits of having same-sex schools. Since I am for same-sex schools, the first sentence of the introduction will be general. I will quote a strong general statement that will grab the reader’s attention and make them want to read more without getting bored. After that, I am planning on including one or two rhetorical questions, like: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to attend same-sex school, where your classmates are the same gender as you? The question will be followed by an answer: I have the personal experience of attending an
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In the tips mentioned, not one was on separating them by gender. However, the first and the most important book is “Separate Sexes, Separate Schoolsâ€? by Barbara Cruz. This is the perfect book for my paper, since it deals only with same-sex schools. It includes background information on the controversy, a survey conducted by kids-only Web site and he results, case for and against girls, and the same for boys. In chapter 7, the author mentions that many teachers, students, and parents prefer single-sex schools over coeducation. Another book related to my topic is a Gender in Policy and Practice. written by Amanda Datnow and Lea Hubbard. The book was written after a special meeting was held at Hofstra University in New York in 1998 for the annual conference of the Research on Women in Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association. A group of people had conducted research on single-sex and coeducation schooling. As mentioned in introduction, the meeting was in general an interesting historical moment in education. I chose this book, since it contain numerous relevant information conducted by many experts, who gave their time researching for this issue. Beside doing research, I will interview a person who went to same-sex school and quote on what they had to say. All of my sisters went to all girl’s school in
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