Lots of parents and businesses think that books should be banned, do you? I am for banning books because I feel that books should not talk about homosexuality, drugs, alcohol, smoking, nudity etc. Books should be banned due to bad language and bad content. I feel like bad words shouldn 't be allowed in books because kids learn things from books and if it has bad words and bad content in them unfortunately kids will learn inappropriate things. Books should be banned if they have PDA especially with two people of the same gender.
Students may not even do the homework and its less improvement for them. Homework can help bring your grade up, for example, if you get a 75% on a test a 100 on a homework can help. Statistics have shown that students do not need graded homework to maintain good grades homework is just a practice of what you learned. out of 125 people surveyed by me over 80% said that homework should not be graded for various reasons. Homework can improve a student's grade, but also destroy it.
I am an Asian and I am not really good at math. My parents hired a math tutor to help me in school. When I first came to United States, I had to take a math assessment test for the community college that I was applying for. I was happy with the result that I got because it was not as bad as I was expecting it to be. However, my father’s friend asked me why I did not get a high score.
Higher test scores result in financial benefits for the school. The financial benefit does not eliminate the negative impact of standardized testing on students. Miner said, “Today, children are being flunked, denied access to a preferred program or school, or even refused a high school diploma on the basis of a single standardized test.” How are standardized test good for students if they give them all these negative limitations if a student doesn’t do well, if a student does terrible on a test, then will they get a chance to retake it? No, a student is only allowed to take the SAT one time, so it’s all or nothing when it comes to these tests.
In the article “Should Candy and Soda be Banned from Schools?” by Tom Vilsack and J. Justin Wilson it ask two different people whether candy and soda should be forbidden in schools. Tom Vilsack is with soda and candy being banned from schools one of his arguments is that both soda and candy lead to child obesity. On the other hand J. Justin Wilson is against soda and candy being banned from schools his argument one of his arguments is that the government shouldn’t decide what is drank and eaten during schools hours. Although, both have good arguments, candy and soda shouldn't be banned.
The first example is homework causes stress. A Stanford researcher said in the article “Can too much homework make your child sick? His study finds 'clear connection ' between students ' stress and physical illness” He found students with good grades spent too much time on homework, which caused stress, physical problems, and to have social problems as well. If all this is caused by homework, why do we do it?
One of the common debates in the sports industry is whether performance drugs should be banned from athletics. The common argument is that pills should be prevented because they are dangerous and harmful to the athletes. Basing this argument of several ethical theories, the argument drugs should be forbidden in sports may or may not be justified. This paper will use several ethical theories as the bases of the pro and con arguments and conclude with a reason for supporting either a pro or a con argument.
Because he was so disruptive to the other student, it was best to remove him from the situation. However once moved the behavior didn 't change, infact it probably got worse because the student was far away from the teacher to get away with more things. I believe the meaning of being told to go to your chair is in some ways a punishment because most students want to be involved in the group, but students are also expected to behave and follow along with the class just away from their peers. This was not the case for this individual student. I think removing him from the group caused more disruptions than when sitting with the group.
Many critics may argue and say that technology in education is dangerous. It can waste a students’ time by getting him or her sidetracked by distractions they find online. However when students avoid technology in education, they have to spend long hours, days, maybe even weeks searching for certain information in various different books. Students that really want to learn will force discipline upon themselves. Even if students didn’t use technology, anything could easily distract them when studying.
This is important because it shows that the homework can be the cause of the end of one’s education. This also important because then teachers can see why some students just do not try anymore. In addition, one can see this when “They refuse to do homework and it’s lowering their grades” (LAXdoubleK). This shows that students do not even care about their grades because the homework is too much. If students already don't do the work or get that education that they should be going to school for they might just drop out, there's no point to being there in the first place.
Another persuasive element the author uses is logos. In “what about calculus” it explains that the “U.S. students ranked second from the bottom in 2003 Trends in International Math and Science Study” but the kids who were taking calculus ranked first in the world. Not every student is going to be ready for AP calculus that 's why some schools offer other math alternatives to help. The author also explains that students are required to take the basic math courses that will lead them up to Ap calculus. For example, they need to learn algebra and geometry to be able to do