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Transcript of Conclusions!
Method 1: Challenge your reader
Though volunteering is not only a civic responsibility but also an interesting experience, many people still view volunteer work as a chore that interrupts their lives. However, volunteer work is one way we can help each other and create a better society. Thus, volunteer work challenges us to be interested and responsible citizens.
Look to the FUTURE
Without well-qualified teachers, schools are just buildings and equipment. If higher-paying careers continue to attract the best and the brightest students, there will not only be a shortage of teachers, but the teachers available may not have the best qualifications. Our children will suffer. And when children suffer, the future suffers.
Pose a Question
Campaign advertisements should help us understand a politician's qualifications and positions on the issues. Instead, most political ads just slam the opposing candidate. Do such advertisements help inform the people, or do they just create voters who choose political leaders the same way they choose soft drinks and soap?
Make it relevant!
While "The Southpaw may seem like just a kid's story, it can teach us a great deal about the meaning of friendship and the evils of sexism, which are important lessons for children to learn at an early age.
Answers the question:
But never, ever, ever...
A good conclusion is an analysis, not a summary!