The Instigator
CHETNA
Con (against)
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The Contender
Kelsus
Pro (for)
Winning
2 Points

why should there be partiality among people

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after 1 vote the winner is...
Kelsus
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 7/17/2011 Category: Education
Updated: 6 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 1,141 times Debate No: 17541
Debate Rounds (3)
Comments (10)
Votes (1)

 

CHETNA

Con

i dont know why teachers should create levels or maybe somethin like division of castes she hardly selects people who are very much hyper active??
why cant she motivate others instead of making them getting embarrassed??
Kelsus

Pro

I'm very confused on what exactly is this debate is focused on but I shall take the challenge!

From my understanding my opponent is talking about education and how teachers are bias or giving a different approach upon students.

In many forms of education, educational instructors would categorize and put students into several teaching levels. Called "Grade Groups". These divisions help students learn and prospect new information and knowledge. Such as the United States K-12 Education system.

Not to mention in some public schools, people with handicaps, disabilities, and such will receive extra help and care for their education.

I am unsure if my opponent's argument is even considered an argument at all.


Debate Round No. 1
CHETNA

Con

CHETNA forfeited this round.
Kelsus

Pro

My opponent has forfeited.

And failed to bring details on the resolution/topic.

So...vote Pro!
Debate Round No. 2
CHETNA

Con

CHETNA forfeited this round.
Kelsus

Pro

Kelsus forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
10 comments have been posted on this debate. Showing 1 through 10 records.
Posted by Kelsus 6 years ago
Kelsus
Lol, should've looked at the comments before I accepted the challenge.
Posted by CGBSpender 6 years ago
CGBSpender
I think that is fair, but only insofar as it doesn't compromise the meaning.
Posted by seraine 6 years ago
seraine
We probably should forgive the grammar as she is from India and is 14.
Posted by CGBSpender 6 years ago
CGBSpender
If Chetna would clarify whether crackrocks is right about what she is saying, than I would probably take this debate.
Posted by wjmelements 6 years ago
wjmelements
I run on run on run on run on run-on.
Posted by Rockylightning 6 years ago
Rockylightning
wtf..
Posted by crackrocks 6 years ago
crackrocks
It's obvious that she's making a case for equality irrespective of idiosyncratic prejudices, for example teachers who decide some students warrant more attention then others.
Posted by t-man 6 years ago
t-man
I don't understand what you're trying to say.
Posted by merciless 6 years ago
merciless
So what is the resolution?
Posted by Yorble 6 years ago
Yorble
I don't quite understand how your round 1 arguments are linked to the debate's topic. Could you elaborate?
1 votes has been placed for this debate.
Vote Placed by Man-is-good 6 years ago
Man-is-good
CHETNAKelsusTied
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Total points awarded:02 
Reasons for voting decision: Neither side argued, though CHETNA (Con) forfeited first [and conceding a point for conduct] and had many spelling mistake in her only post. Neither used source.