Hoose a topic that you can argue about with passion

Choose a topic that you can argue about with passion. You must submit a three-paragraph essay for this exam

One of them
1. Many of us spend hours in front of our computers and
communicate more by e-mail or instant-messaging than
in person. Some people believe that this is good because it
helps shy people communicate more openly with others.
Others believe that computer communication prevents us
from developing interpersonal skills and limits our ability to
have meaningful relationships with others. How do you feel
about this issue? Use specific reasons and examples to support
your position.

2. Think carefully about the issue presented in the following
excerpt. The education people receive does not occur primarily
in school. Young people are formed by their experiences with
parents, teachers, peers, and even strangers on the street, and
by the sports teams they play for, the shopping malls they frequent,
the songs they hear, and the shows they watch. Schools, while
certainly important, constitute only a relatively small part of
education. Adapted from Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Education
for the Twenty-First Century. Is education primarily the result
of influences other than school? Plan and write an essay in
which you develop your point of view on this issue.
Use specific reasons and examples to explain your answer