Deliverables Include your responses to the exercises only from this lab in a Word document named Unit 8 Labs Submit your responses as a typed document using Arial or Times New Roman 12-point font, double-spaced. This assignment is due by the end of this class period. Unit 8 Lab 8.3: Routing Tables Course Objectives and Learning
Depending on the scores and achievements of the schools depends on the funding given by government. The lower the schools the more focus the government focuses on to try and help better the school. If all else fails with the budget and change in teachers the school will be shut don’t and turned into private for the government. Many people have different views to the NCLB Act; it has multiple pros and cons attached to it. First I will start with the negatives of the No Child Left Behind Act and its standardized testing.
According to John Taylor Gatto and Michael Moore in “Against School” and “Idiot Nation” the American Schooling system deceives the public into believing that it is being educated when in fact both men agree the system is conforming Americans into childish consumers bereft of truly significant learning. Both of the authors discuss consumerism in their stories; John Taylor Gatto does not discuss it as indepthly as Michael Moor, but he does mention it on page 154, basically saying that school trained children to almost not think at all… (Gatto 154). Michael Moore speaks on consumerism for about a length of 22 paragraphs at a minimum. “The schools aren’t just looking for ways to advertise, they are also concerned with the students perceptions on various products… Companies conduct market research in classrooms during school hours. “ (Moore 141).
Analysis of Tools used in Arguments John Gatto uses a number of tools to express his points in the argument over school education in his excerpt “Against School”. Some of these tools include expert opinion and exemplification. In Gatto’s explanation of how the school system we have today might not necessarily be needed, he supports his points by using exemplification. This is done by giving an example that “George Washington, Benjamin franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln….were not products of a school system, and not one of them was ever ‘graduated’ from a secondary school”. Gatto uses this example of knowledge to prove his point that not every successful child went to school.
Solutions Lab 3: Input, Processing, and Output Lab 3.1 –Flowcharts Note to Instructor: Steps 1 – 9 walk students through the process of using Raptor and designing a flowchart. Step 10 requires students to show their completed flowchart. Variable names and statements will vary from student to student. Also, the lab can be completed using a different flowcharting application, such as Visio. If so, the sample solution below will look a little different, but should still have the same fundamental steps.