Try brainstorming on the Phoenicians and their work on writing language development. There are researchers who argue that the Phoenicians were among the first nations to create literacy as it is. Enlarge on the idea of sending message to masses with the use of a written word. One more approach is to derive some interesting facts from Phoeniciancolonial expansion.
What they did thousands of years ago can become very successful in today’s medic environment.
One may say yes and no, it depends how one approaches the issue. I strongly believe that you need to connect your faculty consultant to make sure that they approve your choice.
In my academic experience, I had similar situations and can tell you that sometimes the tutor’s vision of your task is very unrespectable and unforeseen.
Thus my recommendation is to really connect your faculty!
It’s a good subject for a thesis, not a thesis. Anyway, it’s nicely written and a too-true. But I would do something about “with the current situation evolving”. Like, “considering the present state of things” or “state of affairs” or “status quo”, they love it when there is a “status quo” in it.
It’s good of you that you decided to have this topic, keep it up!
It’s not the language but the idea itself that needs editing. Your thesis includes a series of contradicting sentences that are poorly connected and look completely illogical. What particularly confuses me is the saying that you use in the final part. Don’t you see there’s a crucial discrepancy between this idea and the thoughts you expressed in the beginning?
I recommend you to get rid of it. Then it’s also unclear why you use the example of the Europeans.
What is it supposed to illustrate?
Try to make the idea simpler and more coherent!
What’s wrong about the initial variant? It sounds fine to me.
I would only replace “it requires urgent resolution” into “it should be urgently resolved.”
All the rest seems to be all right!
The point of this assignment, in my opinion, is to get personal responses. Thus, ask him normal questions.
This way the interview will be much more interesting to read.