A Good Student- A Response to Commonsense
Reading Response Four
According to commonsense a good student is a student that is hardworking, quite, follows the rules, and doesn’t question authority. A “good” student will complete all of their work on time without assistance or clarification. The students that are deemed as smart, independent, and follows assignment criteria are privileged with being defined as the “good” student. It is, however, impossible to believe these so called “commonsense” ideas. After all, how can one student be labelled as a “good” student for these traits? Just because some students may need more help with their work or take longer to complete an assignment doesn’t mean that they are not a “good” student, but it in the article commonsense it does.