Hypothesis 2 – ShaquilleOatmeal

1. School Lunches

2. School Lunches effects

3. School lunches effect on student education

4. School lunches effect on student education vs homemade lunches effect on student education

5. School lunches effect student education more positively then assumed while homemade lunches aren’t as nutritional as expected

6.Promoting the consumption of school lunches will benefit student education/focus in the classroom more than homemade lunches because of the well-balanced and variety being presented to students at school.

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1 Response to Hypothesis 2 – ShaquilleOatmeal

  1. davidbdale says:

    Considering the reputation school lunches have as nutritionally questionable, your premise that they will contribute positively to academic achievement would be truly counterintuitive. I look forward to the evidence (either way), that they’re preferable to lunches brought from home.

    As is the case for most of the Hypotheses I’ve seen, this one needs a couple more steps beyond your 6th.

    6.Promoting the consumption of school lunches will benefit student education/focus in the classroom more than homemade lunches because of the well-balanced and variety being presented to students at school.

    The clear premise underlying your claim here is that a balanced lunch benefits education. The other is that a lunch brought from home does not. The oddest claim is that variety contributes to academic success. Your unstated comparative claim, that a lunch brought from home can’t rival the school’s lunch in balance and variety would be vigorously disputed by conscientious moms everywhere (dads too, I guess).

    Anyway, you have my attention.

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