I have a dream By: Alex flavin

I have a dream that video games in schools could help better our education. I have a dream that contrary to what many people believe, video games can help with education. It is proven that action gamers are more skilled in predicting what will happen next, causing better reaction times from them.
There are many video games that can help in life, even if they don't seem like it. If we don’t use these aspects of our life, then in the real world people might get tired of school and start fighting. But we must not allow our creative protests to degenerate into physical violence.
Video games can also help relieve stress. The less stressed you are, the better you can focus. The truth is that most people don’t want video games in school because it hasn’t been done before and they are scared of change. The truth is that if most humans were given a choice between change or not, then they would choose no change. But if we never changed, then we never would have made even the simplest of tools. We never would have found new continents. We would still be in segregation.
As said by Martin Luther King Jr., “Five score years ago a great American in whose symbolic shadow we stand today signed the Emancipation Proclamation. This momentous decree is a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been Seared in the flames of withering injustice…..But 100 years later the Negro still is not free.” This shows that people don’t want to change because it seems menacing. But it is not. Change should be something people look upon as a good thing. Change means advancement, and advancements are how the human race has become the human race as we know it today.
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