The purpose is to provide you with an opportunity to reflect upon and write from a geographic perspective on contemporary issues and events in Africa. Any contemporary issue or event is acceptable, as long as you engage with the issue from a geographical perspective. Essays should reflect a thoughtful and sincere engagement with the contemporary issue, reflecting an in-depth understanding of the issue.
Ï Include a title that appropriately reflects the content of your essay.
Ï Describe clearly the issue that you have chosen to explore.
Ï Discuss the issue, show the multiple angles or viewpoints that may exist relating to the issue, and demonstrate a geographical understanding of the issue/event you have chosen to write about.
Ï Be logically organized and maintain a consistent, clear focus on the topic of your essay.
Ï Be clearly written and carefully proofread for spelling, typos, grammatical errors, etc.
Ï Include any outside sources you refer to or rely upon as bibliographic citations at the end of your paper.
Ï No binders or covers, and no title pages. Save paper by putting your title and name at the top of your first page.
Ï Minimum of three and maximum five, full double-spaced pages in 12 point Times New Roman Font.
Ï Refer to the citation style guide available on TSUís OWL website for proper citation of sources. Use APA style formatting.
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Thesis Statement: The Impacts That Education And Poverty Have In Ethiopia And How To Ensure Better Education For Children In Poverty, They Will Need Better Technology, Knowledgeable Educators And Better Resources.