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How does the aff overcome larger bases of income inequality (IE the top 1% controlling 50 some odd % of the wealth?

 

What does the aff define as "gifted and talented?"

 

What happens to students with disabilities who don't meet that standard?

 

Does the aff state anything as an ethical obligation to resolve?

 

What exactly is the SEM model?

 

Does the aff actually regulate anything?

 

How does the aff resolve the situations set up as described by the long evidence?

 

Are there any models or squo implementation of SEM in schools?

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How does the aff overcome larger bases of income inequality (IE the top 1% controlling 50 some odd % of the wealth?

Ok so we would argue that the achievement gap causes that inequality in the first place; therefore we would be addressing the root cause of the problem. Additionally even if we don't solve all of income inequality we are solving a substantial part of it. 

 

What does the aff define as "gifted and talented?"

We would say that it includes a variety of things including but not limited to aptitude, commitment to learn, and a creative mind. We would say that the problem right now is that in TAG programs disabled and minority students are discriminated against by 1.Demonstrative achievement being the most weighted thing 2. In TAG programs disabled students are put in Padded and Isolated room. 3. TAG tests are the biggest if not the only factor in evaluating a Childs gifted nature. The aff changes all of that. 

 

 

What happens to students with disabilities who don't meet that standard?

I don't think this question is relevant considering that there are always people disabled or not that would be excluded from TAG, but we do think that the Aff is a good blueprint for schools to follow. And there is a trickle down effect. A teacher who is trained in SEM will bring that knowledge back to teaching non SEM kids. 

 

 

Does the aff state anything as an ethical obligation to resolve?

​The 1AC does not explicitly state anything as an ethical obligation to solve. 

 

What exactly is the SEM model?

So the SEM model is an addition to TAG programs that adds 11 key things:

1. Infuse a more engaging brand of education by specific teacher training experiences designed to make learning more enjoyable and engaging for students

2. Personalizing Students's environments and individuals educational experience

3. Ready made materials for infusing highly engaging enrichment experiences.

4. Individual student growth is recorded and mantained

5. Investigative Learning vs. teaching to the test. 

6. Tailored to individual curriculum 

7. Curriculum compacting

8. Enrichment Clusters are set aside each week during which time all students who share common interests are organized across grade levels

9. Planned parent and community involvement is facilitated 

10. Balances traditional learning with learning using 21st century skills

11. Integrating both abled and differently abled students

Does the aff actually regulate anything?

I mean we are implementing it in all schools... 

 

How does the aff resolve the situations set up as described by the long evidence?

SEM integrates both abled and differently abled students

 

Are there any models or squo implementation of SEM in schools?

Yes.. Would you like some examples?

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If you don't mind I'll post CX by the afternoon/evening ur time. I am in India at the time and about to fall asleep

 

I am managing to stay awake to fight jet lag so - Heres CX 

 

1. In Crossx, why didn't you ask me about what our agency is or where our funding comes from?

2. What is the link to the aff on cap

3. If SEM is proven to have worked, Won't the outcome

4. On Fed does your card defend that all top down approaches for poor and minority as being bad?

5. How can the States fund the aff?

6. Isn't teaching Teachers what the curriculum is and how to teach it an integral part of changing the curriculum 

7. Who has the authority to add a law that overrides a previous law. 

8. Have you ever been in a padded and isolated room during ur schooling?

9. What is the warrant on Green 09 evidence. 

10. Status of all T/Spec arguments. 

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I am managing to stay awake to fight jet lag so - Heres CX 

 

1. In Crossx, why didn't you ask me about what our agency is or where our funding comes from?

 

Didn't think of it

 

2. What is the link to the aff on cap

 

Education reform and its use to justify class hierarchies within the education system

 

3. If SEM is proven to have worked, Won't the outcome

 

Can you rephrase this

 

4. On Fed does your card defend that all top down approaches for poor and minority as being bad?

 

Anything that the states don't voluntarily agree to is a link yeah

 

5. How can the States fund the aff?

 

They don't??

 

6. Isn't teaching Teachers what the curriculum is and how to teach it an integral part of changing the curriculum

 

No not really, teachers teach other subjects which they aren't trained to teach all the time

 

7. Who has the authority to add a law that overrides a previous law. 

 

Any central power? Depends on the type of law

 

8. Have you ever been in a padded and isolated room during ur schooling?

 

Don't see how this is relevant and kind of personal, but no

 

9. What is the warrant on Green 09 evidence. 

 

"It is clear that ‘full integration of impaired people in social production can never constitute the future to which all disabled people can aspire’ "

 

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I am managing to stay awake to fight jet lag so - Heres CX 

 

1. In Crossx, why didn't you ask me about what our agency is or where our funding comes from?

 

Didn't think of it

 

2. What is the link to the aff on cap

 

Education reform and its use to justify class hierarchies within the education system

 

3. If SEM is proven to have worked, Won't the outcome

 

Can you rephrase this

 

4. On Fed does your card defend that all top down approaches for poor and minority as being bad?

 

Anything that the states don't voluntarily agree to is a link yeah

 

5. How can the States fund the aff?

 

They don't??

 

6. Isn't teaching Teachers what the curriculum is and how to teach it an integral part of changing the curriculum

 

No not really, teachers teach other subjects which they aren't trained to teach all the time

 

7. Who has the authority to add a law that overrides a previous law. 

 

Any central power? Depends on the type of law

 

8. Have you ever been in a padded and isolated room during ur schooling?

 

Don't see how this is relevant and kind of personal, but no

 

9. What is the warrant on Green 09 evidence. 

 

"It is clear that ‘full integration of impaired people in social production can never constitute the future to which all disabled people can aspire’ "

 

 

 

u missed Q10 + here are follow ups

 

3. If SEM is proven to work program, why would Fed implementation mess it up?

5. On the CP how can states fund the aff?

6. Can you give an example?

7. Who has the power to override a federal law with a new law.

9. I get that's the conclusion of the card, but whats the warranting for that?

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u missed Q10 + here are follow ups

 

3. If SEM is proven to work program, why would Fed implementation mess it up?

5. On the CP how can states fund the aff?

6. Can you give an example?

7. Who has the power to override a federal law with a new law.

9. I get that's the conclusion of the card, but whats the warranting for that?

Oh an 1 last new question. what can the fed gov use to increase funding of smth?

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10. T isn't an advocacy so it doesn't have a status

 

3. SEM isn't widely implemented, even then it hasn't been intertwined with governmental bureaucracy just yet. 

 

5. They don't

 

6. Sure, an AVID teacher teaching professional communications, an animal science teacher teaching debate

 

7. Courts and the federal government

 

9. Green gives a narrative about the exclusion that occurred as a result of inclusion of SWD, SWD still felt like they weren't "integrated" even after they legally were

 

10. That's for the aff to decide, we don't decide your funding mechanism

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10. T isn't an advocacy so it doesn't have a status

 

3. SEM isn't widely implemented, even then it hasn't been intertwined with governmental bureaucracy just yet. 

 

5. They don't

 

6. Sure, an AVID teacher teaching professional communications, an animal science teacher teaching debate

 

7. Courts and the federal government

 

9. Green gives a narrative about the exclusion that occurred as a result of inclusion of SWD, SWD still felt like they weren't "integrated" even after they legally were

 

10. That's for the aff to decide, we don't decide your funding mechanism

 

10. Instead of the federal government funds what can the federal government use to increase funding of smth

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