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Large class sizes vs. Small class sizes


Round 1: Acceptance Round 2: Opening statements Round 3: Rebuttals Round 4: Counter-rebuttals and closing statements Resolution: A classroom with a larger quantity of students is superior to a classroom with a smaller number of students. Rules: 1) No semantics, trolling, etc. 2) This is meant to be a casual debate so both sides will have the benefit of assumption. But if you would like to cite evidence, feel free to do so. Definitions: Large class: A class which contains a high st...

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Game stations limited time.


Now i know that it is entertanment and not all people use it wildly. But kids are getting addicted to video games. The games should have a certain time to where they can not waste there time. Like if it is raining the game turns on. If it is sunny you only have thirty minutes. Some kind of reader connected to a timer connected to the game....

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Large Class sizes(pro) vs. smaller class sizes(con)


I would like to have a friendly debate so that I may understand the opposing arguments to my beliefs. I recall you saying that you are passionate about education reform so I would be honored if you would debate this topic with me so that I may expand my knowledge of this. Rules are quite standard: 1) No semantics, kritiks, etc. 2) This is a casual debate so both sides will have the benefit of assumption. If you want to post sources, feel free to do so. 3) 1st round acceptance, 2nd opening st...

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Can and Should Student Be Allowed To Bring Their Devices In The Classroom


I will say students can bring their cell phones to school, but not in the classroom, if they are given permission to. I choose no because today there are debates if students should bring it to school or not, but this majors mostly on classroom and learning topics since alot say that students get distracted by devices or they can't learn by this or that with device in their possession. I am saying that they can't bring in in the classroom, and they can just put in their locker until they are able...

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Project Based Learning vs. Work Based Learning


Thank you for accepting this debate. I hope that we will have a great debate with excellent points. Before we begin, we will assume the following: 1) Projects are defined as Medium-Long term projects which are worked in groups and/or independently. Examples of these are Essays, independent research projects, Service projects, Design/construction. All project will have opportunities for re submissions. 2) Work will be defined as short term work which is completed over a time period ranging fro...

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