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Adam Klagues Dr. Penglaze En 131-2 9-20-08 In Lives on the Boundary , Mike Rose shows the effect of generalizing data on individuals. He chooses to look specifically at the people behind the statistics and to truly address their capabilities. Most people can accept statistics at face value, but Rose proposes that this is not the best way to approach a situation. Many professors, as put forth by Rose, see that there is only one way to arrive at an answer, but this too can be a big mistake. Everyone is different, and in order to teach, you first must understand this. Rose chooses to see every case individually. Every person has a reason for their actions, and this is the first step to really understanding. Not everyone learns the same way, and not everyone was prepared in the same manner, or even to the same degree. Each person has varying skills, and they normally need a simple guiding hand in order to these their skills to their fullest. Rose describes how many times we, especially in writing, make rudimentary, and in general
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2008 for the course EN 131 taught by Professor Dwyer during the Spring '08 term at Milwaukee School of Engineering.

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