Monthly Archives: May 2016

Preparation for my debate(topic 4) 2

This is a record about two thought before and after our group meeting. I really find differences in both thinking ways about the topic as well as the debating methods. It’s really a good experience to working and learning with … Continue reading

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Preparation for my debate(topic 4)

1 The debate guidelines notes: a recorded multimedia format & traditional debate format opening argument (5 min)-(5 min) rebuttlas (3 min) -discussion(15 min)-closing argument (3 min) key readings (2-3), emailed first with annotation do research 2 Mine is topic 4. … Continue reading

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Reflection on topic 3: Kill or cure?

This new topic is: Technology is making our kids unhealthy. Agree or disagree? This video show the comparison of social relationships when you hold an electronic mobility and after you drop them down. Seems it’s two totally different way when … Continue reading

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Reflection to topic 2: More work needed for a qualified teacher.

Debate statement: Schools should not be teaching anything that can be googled. Agree or disagree? Is there anything that cannot be googled? If anything can be googled, then what should the school teach? Photo Credit: adihrespati via Compfight cc   … Continue reading

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Self-learning on topic 3

Topic 3, Technology is making our kids unhealthy. Agree of disagree. To this topic, I tend to think it’s right. Technology is making our kids unhealthy, no matter physically or psychically. Though it’s frustrated, it is true. Long time exposure under … Continue reading

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Self-learning on topic 2

Topic 2: Schools should or should not be teaching anything that can be googled. As to this topic, I think schools definitly should focus on its own pace. First, school knowledge is good for its systemetical, integral and logical process. … Continue reading

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Reflection on topic 1: Ideally and practically

After the class debate, I start to think that in a ideal condition, technology should have enhanced learning undoubtedly. However, in realistic practice,  maybe technology is not well used in the way of enhancing learning. “Study by faculty members at … Continue reading

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