Teach a Kid to Argue

Via figarospeech

… let’s face it: Our culture has lost the ability to usefully disagree. Most Americans seem to avoid argument.

But this has produced passive aggression and groupthink in the office, red and blue states, and families unable to discuss things as simple as what to watch on television.

Rhetoric doesn’t turn kids into back-sassers; it makes them think about other points of view …

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One Response to “Teach a Kid to Argue”

  1. DaniGary Says:

    Thanks for the reminder! These lessons are great to use in my classroom, as well as at home:)

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