Dead Poets Society Research Paper

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The years in High School and College can be some of the hardest years of a student’s life. Among all of the different expenses, having to manage time, and having to learn who students want to be in life, it can be onerous to keep up with the trials of life. While education is an important thing, often students are overwhelmed and feel like they cannot achieve success in all of the different activities they are involved in. Furthermore, when students have to compete with their peers for college, it adds a sense of competition that can add even more stress to a student 's life. Students are feeling pressured in school and this is causing them to cheat using electronic devices. The life of a student is often very busy, sometimes so much so that it interferes with the education of that student. In the film “Dead Poets Society”, there are often mentions of study groups that while were used for studying in some cases, the students would actually trade work because they didn’t have the time to do their own…show more content…
Peter Kilpatrick explains this through an example in his speech, “The Relationship Between Technology And Ethics”, by proclaiming “the human history has led to a wave of of innovations and technology that is power, but can we create lesson plans in order to teach children to use this power properly?”(Kilpatrick). This speech demonstrates that although we may have an incredible ability to find astounding amounts of information in mere seconds, doesn’t mean we can just copy it onto a page. Students unfortunately don’t always agree and feel that just because they can hit a copy and paste button, they will. Students that follow the copy and paste example know entirely well what they are doing, but often times there are actually students that don’t understand that just copying down part of what some famous guy said from a history book is actually

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