The issue at hand is whether it should be obligatory for university students to attend classes---there's something wrong in it. I'll try to correct it, but I'm not sure if I'm not mistaken
The issue whether it should be obligatory for university students to attend classes is at hand.
For larger classes it is impossible to
watch everybody to attend. So an optional attendance saves time and money.
freedom of stay away from home improves flexibility and therefore the
quality of student life.
There is intrinsic motivation, which comes
from your own mindset, and extrinsic motivation which comes
from the praise and laud of other people. [replace one of ''which comes'' and the sentences will be fine]
However, in order to gain intrinsic motivation students need to become aware of their strengthe
s and aims.
By giving students the freedom to choose
whether they should attend classes they might rather
about why they decided to study and learn to motivate themselves. These are crucial skills for the duration of their study
(I'm not sure, but it seems that we can't say that) and their whole life time.
To conclude, it is clear for me
that going to classes should be optional for students.