What kind of conception should students have of constantly increasing speed? This is a central research question that this study is attempting to address. Beginning in the 8th grade, students are being asked to solve Algebra and Physics problems involving constantly increasing speed. However, this is a very complex concept.
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One of the responsibilities of rhetoric is to point up the use of dyslogistic discourse in the creation of a climate of fear favorable to the scapegoating of targeted groups of people. That technocratic rhetoric may be used toward such ends is pointed out by Steven Katz, who maintains that the focus on expediency in technical communication can create an “ethos of objectivity, logic, and narrow focus,” with devastating effects on the people thus objectified (257).