We see that typically in people that don't play action games, their reaction time [on tests of multitasking] lengthened by 200 milliseconds, which is something like 30 percent," Bavelier says. "But in gamers, it lengthened only by 10 percent" (Trudeau). What the stat is saying is that people how don"t play action games/any games have a slow reaction time when multitasking and that gamers have a faster reaction time to multitasking. What this means is if you play video games you do stuff faster then non gamers. What the next paragraphs are going to talk about is how gaming can help you be focused, remember things, and multitasking. Playing video games helps you be focused, remember things, and it helps you be able to multitask.
Being focused can help you with school. Ways video games help with being focused is you know what the teacher is talking about. When you start playing a game that you are addicted to, you start focusing and you don"t know but you start focusing more as though you are playing that game in real life, because you brain is so used to be focused playing that game that your brain starts to focus more when you are not playing it. When you start focusing more you can get better grades and get into a good school and get a good job. This is the way staying focused in school so if you think playing video games is bad maybe you should research before you say they are bad and they don"t help you stay focused in school" (anonymous). (I got all this information from a essay I did I will not disclose my name).
First you were supposed to type something other then I accept challenge I think that's what you are saying and second "Even though you are able to stay focused you still need to remember things. Remembering things is a essential thing to be able to find things that you lost or know who your friends and family are. The another way video games help you is that you will remember things like what homework or test or anything is coming up. When you remember things you can get better things but just because you remember more things doesn't mean you can just slack off and not study. When you remember more things you can get your work done because you know what you were learning that day. So if you want to be able to remember things playing video games for 30 minutes to an hour a day would be good but not so long that you forget to do anything" (Anonymous).
Pro doesn't really make an argument here. He gives us a quote from some a completely random person but does no provide any evidence to prove that the information he gives is correct, and essentially does not give any arguments for why video games are good for us.
Video games harm your brain, making them terrible for your mental health.
Pro puts quotation marks around Hsiang round two argument so it is definitely a quote...
He also fails to address my arguments. He only made bare assertions but did not offer a source or *any* evidence within the actual debate. I am the only one who has actually backed up my words in this debate and I have met my BOP.