summer reading project
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What you are left with is the students who are already intrinsically motivated that complete the reading program and the students who really need to be reading choose not to because they would rather be doing something that they care about.
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Vote Placed by missmozart 5 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: RFD--> Pro's 'arguments' are basically ONE SENTENCE per round- not very impressive. Everything (s)he said were bare assertions, based on their own opinion and unsupported with facts or sources. For example, in R2, Pro says "I think the child will read if the parents know about the project." Note the word "think". Furthermore, Pro doesn't try to refute anything Con says. Con's points were slightly more developed and (s)he referred to Pro's points in his/her arguments. Con's arguments were much more convincing mainly because Con evaluated his/her points and somewhat successfully refutes Pro's mere statements. All the best in your future debates, especially Con since (s)he's new.
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