must petition the instructor and ask permission to join his or her section of the course

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Due to budgetary constraints the education system currently suffers and the Covid crisis, an immediate class selection policy has been enacted this semester.  This new policy is aimed to ensure student commitment and performance, while promoting academic excellence.  Additionally, the institutional goal is for higher standards — including higher student success rates — as these will determine future funding for student scholarships, the college, and other education endeavors.  Therefore, some pressure has been placed at the classroom level on both professors and students.  Factual data must be provided at the end of the semester to account for the measures taken in working to attain this new, elevated standard.  These standards will be measured, in part, with grades.  But more importantly, metrics will also be created to assess students’ progress and improvement for the semester, as these are especially significant measurements.
Despite these pressures, professors are not without powerful authority.  This recent institutional movement has allowed for instructors to take a new approach to the classroom.  Instead of students choosing which course or instructor they would like to enroll in, the college administration is allowing instructors their own selectivity in their class make-up.  Students must now apply to each instructor for entrance to their course sections, and instructors will choose those who seem more likely to be prepared, motivated, and potentially successful students willing to help not only themselves, but also their classmates improve while the college and the state of the education system is in such flux.
To enroll in the class, each student must petition the instructor and ask permission to join his or her section of the course. Construct an appropriate document that includes a clear thesis argument derived from the questions related to the topic given here or from your own approach to the topic.  Be sure to consider your audience and identify your purpose while in your creation process.  Also, be sure to provide main ideas to support your thesis, and develop and shape these ideas with clear and detailed examples.  While the length of this writing assignment is fairly open, you need to write at least 750 words to accomplish this task.
Essentially, you must create a document in which you assert an argument with support, convincing and persuading your instructor to allow your admittance to English 101.  The idea is that to be granted this permission, the student must demonstrate ability, need, and desire (and ???) to be in each particular class.  Instructors will make student selections based on these submissions. Therefore, think carefully about your approach and information included.
Questions for Consideration (to help you start brainstorming)
In constructing your assignment, carefully consider what kinds of arguments to make or information to give to persuade your audience to permit you a seat in this class.  What are your qualifications to enroll in this course?  What kind of a student have you been / are you now / do you have the potential to be?  Recognize both your strengths and weaknesses. Consider addressing your own shortcomings, and explain how you plan to improve on these throughout the course of the semester.  What can you contribute to the class? Your peers? Your instructor? The college, overall? How will you manage this remote environment, challenging in its own way? Convince your audience of your need and desire to be in English 101.  What do you anticipate the benefits of this class will be?  Why are they necessary to your present and future?  Be genuine and authentic, while still considering the important and essential information you can and should share.
This writing sample should be in an appropriate format you see fit for responding to the writing situation above.  Consider how this document should look. What is its appropriate design or layout?  In English 101, we will be reading and writing variety of texts, so consider carefully your approach and document format and features. 

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