1. Which of Ho’s ideas or examples correspond to what you have experienced or what you know about education?
First, I enjoy this article since it compares and relates to my particular knowledge and experience since my college in Iraq. I was one of the best students; however, my cleverness also depends on the learning plan in Iraq, which was so complex. Someday, I didn’t even wanted to go to school because my teachers used to use a strong punishment for students who come to class and they’re not prepared. The most difficult part was for me was pronunciation since my major was “English” and we usually don’t practice English in my country except for “ doctors” and “engineering” I had many words that couldn’t even read neither pronounce it. I think that our minds must be area or gap for choice about how to think in order to understand things well as Ho thoughtful about children’s mind in the article
2. Which of Ho’s ideas or examples conflict with what you have experienced or what you know about education?
As I was reading the article, I think Ho’s ideas and examples about schools and how should children learn from schools. I think the conflict is that school should teach us everything not only to get our degree especially our own life. There are different nationality in the United States from different cultures and I think because of that, schools should teach us a little bit about these cultures. I mean we should at least know who are they, where they are came from, and what language do they speak.
3. What additional evidence might strengthen Ho’s arguments?
In my opinion, listening then thinking is one of the best ways to teach children and I can add it to Ho’s arguments about education. I still remember when I was a child; I expended to listen carefully to my teacher and what’s she’s saying and think about it was very helpful method during my childhood because I think that as we grow up, we might be slower in susceptible. Of course it will be...