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·         Retreats - Students (and staff) who are working on longer texts have benefitted from attending one of our writing or reading retreats, where participants leave their everyday distractions and spend a day focusing only on their writing or reading for identified projects. Retreats are run both centrally as open cross-disciplinary events as well as for students from particular schools to support individual modules (such as name of English module here) or year groups (such as Drama, English, History, or EECS dissertation students).   

·         First year Engineering students in SEMS were offered a combination of a workshop, and a series of tasks to develop report writing

·         Have a look at a series of tasks in a first year History module, Making History , designed to help students write like historians,  

Today, majority of the population cannot live or go a day
without listening to music. Yet, how much of this majority can actually play
the musical instruments? And also, there is still the minority who cannot stand
the sound of music. Therefore, I would strongly disagree if music was made a
compulsory subject in high school just as Mathematics and English are. Still,
there are many who would love otherwise. Below, I will highlight a few of the
reasons I am against this proposal and rebute to a couple of counterarguments.

Lastly, students should have the right to opt to learn music
but not compelled to. This implies that anyone who wishes to, or wants to learn
music should have the opportunity to do so. Schools should provide an option to
study music for those who wish to, because everybody has the right to choose. Factually,
math and English do become optional after necessary skills have been acquired
in high school. Additionally, if music was a must, then those who are unwilling
to learn music, will either spoil, mess or lose interest in music just as most
of us have already done in math and English.

In conclusion, it is disagreeable and wrong to make music as
compulsory as math and English. Students will not have enough career
opportunities, the right to choose will be snatched away from those who dislike
music and music will no longer be treasured and acknowledged as it should be. Thus,
I feel that music should be available as an option in schools but not as a
compulsion.

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·         Retreats - Students (and staff) who are working on longer texts have benefitted from attending one of our writing or reading retreats, where participants leave their everyday distractions and spend a day focusing only on their writing or reading for identified projects. Retreats are run both centrally as open cross-disciplinary events as well as for students from particular schools to support individual modules (such as name of English module here) or year groups (such as Drama, English, History, or EECS dissertation students).   

·         First year Engineering students in SEMS were offered a combination of a workshop, and a series of tasks to develop report writing

·         Have a look at a series of tasks in a first year History module, Making History , designed to help students write like historians,  

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