Daily Archives: September 27, 2016

Google Changes the Way Millennials Learn…But it Doesn’t Make Them Stupid

Editorial: How Google Is Making You Stupid This editorial describes the Dunning-Kruger effect facing America as a result of Google. The author claims millennials know less “knowledge” and that knowing less of said “knowledge” has negative impacts on the world. … Continue reading

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Wednesday, September 28 – ONLINE

For today’s class, you will : Watch the two videos on Logical Fallacies, which will help you to structure your fact check of your editorials Complete a reflection based on your experience of writing the Formal Definition essay (see instructions … Continue reading

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No, you really are a millennial.

Link to my editorial (click on picture): My marked up text:¬†editorial Claims & Evidence: Claim 1 (True): “I (the author) am a millennial” (para 1). Evidence: “Anyone born between 1981 and 1997 has been thrust into that category, and I … Continue reading

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Bashing Millennials: Editorial Response

Editorial: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/26/technology/corporate-america-chases-the-mythical-millennial.html?_r=1&register=google Claims: “Everyone knows millennials don’t read news” (Para 1) –False; This claim that millennials don’t read the news is obviously not true. Even here at Georgia Tech, I see almost every student is interested in the news around … Continue reading

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