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I think the broader aspect is the better dimension of attempting this topic.
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TOPIC: CLASSROOMS DECIDE THE FUTURE OF THE NATION:

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1. Introduction
(i) Classrooms as representation of formal education
(ii) What is formal education?
(iii) Relationship between the future of the nation and the formal education

2. How Classrooms Decide the Future of the Nation

(i) Formal education imparts unity which is essential for prosperous future of nation
(ii) Economic progress of the nation depends on its formal education through classrooms
(iii) Scientific development as backbone for the bright future of nation is achievable through formal education through classrooms
(iv) Formal education imparts rational approach
(v) Classroom education decide the tolerance level of the nation which decides its future
(vi) Poverty percentage decides the future of the nation which depends on formal education
(vii) Political stability of the nation requires literate masses
(viii) Extremism in the nation depends on the performance of the educational institutes which decides the future of the nation
(ix) Formal education as weapon against social evils to ensure prosperous future of the nation
(x) Formal education decides the cultural outlook of the nation
(xi) Formal education through class room develops the counter-narrative during hybrid warfare

3. How to improve the formal education in Pakistan for its bright future
(i) Vibrant educational policy
(ii) Curb on plagiarism for higher education
(iii) Revision of the curriculum
(iv) Training of teachers
(v) Enhancing the educational budget

4. Conclusion
This is solid. Good luck!
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Hi. I think it is safe to say that this topic “Classrooms decide the future of the nation” was one of those topics that was chosen by a large number of candidates in CSS 2019. I have seen numerous outlines on this topic and observed that while some candidates have focused strictly on classrooms and what they entail, others have written on the role of education in a broader sense. I, myself, fall in the category of those who have written on education’s role in deciding a nations social/political/economic future with not too much focus on the word ‘classrooms’.

I request members to express their thoughts on whether one could have chosen either of these directions for this essay or a specific focus on ‘classrooms’ was required.
I also attempted this topic and, for the most part, stuck to discussing personality and character development with regards to traditional educational setups. I think the topic statement is ambiguous enough to warrant either of the interpretations you have mentioned.
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I also attempted this topic and, for the most part, stuck to discussing personality and character development with regards to traditional educational setups. I think the topic statement is ambiguous enough to warrant either of the interpretations you have mentioned.
Classroom means the institution which are running the nation states ... Not a class room deciding the how far an education should be.

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Classroom means the institution which are running the nation states ... Not a class room deciding the how far an education should be.

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That is definitely one interpretation but the most likely one is the probably the literal meaning. Classroom do decide the future of a nation since every single one of us go through that machine in one form or another and it-for the most part-decides our outlook on life and liberty. I don't mean the literal role of the education system in producing professionals that run the state, I meant it in the personality, grooming and character development arena.
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That is definitely one interpretation but the most likely one is the probably the literal meaning. Classroom do decide the future of a nation since every single one of us go through that machine in one form or another and it-for the most part-decides our outlook on life and liberty. I don't mean the literal role of the education system in producing professionals that run the state, I meant it in the personality, grooming and character development arena.
Might be. I "ll confirm this statement from my mentors ...Best of luck 🤗🤗

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I also attempted this topic and, for the most part, stuck to discussing personality and character development with regards to traditional educational setups. I think the topic statement is ambiguous enough to warrant either of the interpretations you have mentioned.
I have seen your outline on the Essay Paper 19 thread and it seems really nice. Actually it is outlines like these that make me feel that maybe I misunderstood the topic. You looked at the issue with a humanistic perspective. On the other hand, if we see White Horse’s outline, it looks at the macro level and is great in its own way.

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I have seen your outline on the Essay Paper 19 thread and it seems really nice. Actually it is outlines like these that make me feel that maybe I misunderstood the topic. You looked at the issue with a humanistic perspective. On the other hand, if we see White Horse’s outline, it looks at the macro level and is great in its own way.

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As the days slip away and the result looms closer, its easier to over analyse things. Don't worry too much about it. To be frank it's all in the hands of the checker and whatever twisted logic they apply to it. Let's all keep our fingers crossed, pray and hope for the very best. Thank you for the good wishes and best of luck to you as well!
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As the days slip away and the result looms closer, its easier to over analyse things. Don't worry too much about it. To be frank it's all in the hands of the checker and whatever twisted logic they apply to it. Let's all keep our fingers crossed, pray and hope for the very best. Thank you for the good wishes and best of luck to you as well!
Kindly share the link where you have posted your outline on the topic *Classrooms decide the future of a nation*.
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Kindly share the link where you have posted your outline on the topic *Classrooms decide the future of a nation*.
Hello, this is my outline as best as I can remember it. The remedial measures of course had more points, I just can't recall them. I took a fairly romanticized view of the topic, rather than getting into the nitty-gritty of the economic, political, social etc impacts of education as a whole. My mother is a Montessori directress and I've attended many workshops detailing the importance of a "good" classroom environment and overall experience for the proper development of a child. I used that to advantage and laced a good many Maria Montessori quotes throughout. There are a lot of things I wish I could change, but I'm overall fairly satisfied with how it went.



1. Introduction
2. Classrooms: Historical and contemporary examples of their role in nation building (Examples of student participation in Pakistan movement, and for the current examples US Parkland shooting survivors rallies on gun control, Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg and her voicing climate change concerns and the French yellow vest movement which is also now being taken up by students for school reforms)
3. Role of classroom in nation building
3.1 socialization
3.2 personality development
3.3 evolution and development of ideas and values
3.4 creativity and innovation
3.5 Transmission of knowledge
4. Hallmarks of a conducive learning environment
4.1 Child-centered
4.2 Participative
4.3 Holistic development
5. Case study of Pakistan: How our classrooms are perpetuating our social, political and economic problems.
6. Remedial measures
7. Conclusion
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