The Instigator
Dawnwriter
Pro (for)
The Contender
thelonelymoutain
Con (against)

A student's life is tougher and more stressful than of teachers

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/2/2017 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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Dawnwriter

Pro

I think students nowadays have a very rough time. There is a lot of pressure on them regarding grades and teachers are becoming aloof and not concerned about the students.
thelonelymoutain

Con

no the point of the stress and the hardship[ of school is to push the student to try his absolute best
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Posted by Iacov 1 year ago
Iacov
The wording of this debate has caused pro to shoot themselves in the foot all one must do to effectively win this debate is to show how each persons life would have a varying degree of difficulty as some students have it better than some teachers and vice versa.
Posted by madness 1 year ago
madness
When I was in school 5 years ago, I found it quite laid back. It was more of a social event and the hardest time of school was enduring the boring lessons.
It's easy if you have a laugh.
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