Your Reaction

Hi Class! Based on Tuesday’s reading and discussion, what is your reaction to the article Rules Versus Reason. Are you able to see both sides of the issue or is your response completely one-sided? What level/colour of behaviour is demonstrated in this situation? Elaborate and explain your reaction.

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8 Responses to Your Reaction

  1. josh Scenario sunday this sunday at paintball woooot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! says:

    I think Eric should be allowed to play because he has downs syndrome and he likes to play

    • josh Scenario sunday this sunday at paintball woooot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! says:

      He isnt an advantage and he is insparational

      • Mr. Bell says:

        Should rules not apply to inspirational people?

        Quick Fixes:
        – is + not = isn’t
        – inspirational
        – Down (or Down’s) syndrome is named after the doctor (John Langdon Down) who described it, thus Down in this case is a proper noun.

  2. justin says:

    I can see both sides of the story , but I mostly agree that Eric should be able to play basketball . He may be 19, but he inspires everybody. Also he may have Down syndrome but he is a person.

  3. cool c says:

    MR.BELL why is live mathletics at level 5?

    • Mr. Bell says:

      Students are not using the lessons as a chance to learn and master the concepts (several lessons with zero out of ten) simply to get to Live Mathletics.

  4. Alex McLean says:

    I can see both sides of the issue. I agree with both sides of the problem at hand. I think that they should let him play for part of the basketball season and then see if he has an advantage at the game, then make a decision.

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