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# When individual students are all treated equally in that

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When individual students are all treated equally in that [#permalink]

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06 Dec 2004, 21:08
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When individual students are all treated equally in that they have identical exposure to curriculum material, the rate, quality, and quantity of learning will vary from student to student. If all students are to master a given curriculum, some of them need different types of help than others, as any experienced teacher knows.
If the statements above are both true, which one of the following conclusions can be drawn on the basis of them?
(A) Unequal treatment, in a sense, of individual students is required in order to ensure equality with respect to the educational tasks they master.
(B) The rate and quality of learning, with learning understood as the acquiring of the ability to solve problems within a given curriculum area, depend on the quality of teaching an individual student receives in any given curriculum.
(C) The more experienced the teacher is, the more the students will learn.
(D) All students should have identical exposure to learn the material being taught in any given curriculum.
(E) Teachers should help each of their students to learn as much as possible.

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06 Dec 2004, 21:28
Go with A, as it states that to master something unequal treatment is needed by those students.

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06 Dec 2004, 23:19
OA is A.

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07 Dec 2004, 10:24
Late on this one. But Ill chime in... A it is . None of the other statements are supported by the argument.
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11 Dec 2004, 01:06
yup, the OA is A!!

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