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barrybenson
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PusheenCat
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Should schools have block schedule? ( A or B day/ Evens and Odd day)

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Started: 2/17/2019 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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barrybenson

Con

Schools should not induce block schedules. There are some core subjects that are extremely crucial and cannot afford to be practiced every other day. Math has formulas that could be easily forgotten over the span of 24 hours. Students should practice math everyday, Because in math practice is what helps you most. If they were to study math every other day, They could forget material and also have more homework because of the longer class periods. But if it were vice versa, Students wouldn't forget material as often, Would get some more time to learn the lesson, And even ask for help if needed.
PusheenCat

Pro

School should have a block schedule because it could be better for students.
Debate Round No. 1
barrybenson

Con

Block schedule doesn't allow for full comprehension. Students can't fully comprehend the material because usually they are sitting and learning for such a long period of time. They get bored and are unfocused. Without a block schedule, Students continuously learn and practice vigorously everyday. They can comprehend material easily and grasp the material without additional help usually because they practice the lesson everyday until they move on.
PusheenCat

Pro

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Debate Round No. 2
barrybenson

Con

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PusheenCat

Pro

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