From this discussion it is clear that as he sets forth to make reference to the use of technology in the classroom that example in itself, would best be made by Bauerlin, as he would in fact have firsthand knowledge of classrooms, through being active in the education community as a college instructor. From a standpoint of seeking to make appeals to the emotional side of the viewing public, he would first do so, by means of the title of his work. By including the reference to the notion of having the future of mankind be placed into question, or at risk, would grab the attention of those who may identify with the topic and its greater implications. He seeks to bring forth the fact of there being far more educational opportunities and avenues for learning, than ever before but with the increased presence of these things, as far as he would be concerned, there would still be the strong gravitational pull in the direction of social networking sites.This paper highlights that labeling his work with the word dumb, thus evoking the negative connotation as a result, of a generation that would be devoid, for the most part, of any real interest in things that would exist outside of the computer. Further making his argument, Bauerlin would offer the inclusion of facts, as a means of proving his case. Consider a measure of homework time, this one not taken from a dozen kids on their uneven way to the top, but from 81,499 students in 110 schools in 26 states- the 2006 High School Survey of Student Engagement.
This paper declares that throughout history, individuals have sought to make their case for a specific subject(s), by relying upon the utilization of skills that others can therefore identify with. For some, they seek to inform the populous through the production of movies, or TV shows. …