QUESTION TYPE: Point At Issue
ARGUMENTS: Gaby says children should follow their own interests, supported minimally by experienced teachers.
Logan says children should learn fundamentals in a disciplined, systemic way.
ANALYSIS: Gaby and Logan disagree on what kind of structure children should have.
Gaby thinks there should be little structure, and Logan thinks there should be much structure. They also disagree on who should set the curriculum: children or teachers.
- Gaby doesn’t mention fundamentals.
- CORRECT. Gaby thinks teachers should offer almost no direction. Logan thinks education should be highly structured.
- They both agree children should have access to good teachers.
- Neither of them mentions the school environment, as such. School environment is not the same thing as teaching style.
- Neither Gaby nor Logan mentions whether children have any interest in fundamentals.
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