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Should I change my group's Powerpoint without their consent until the class starts? (I'm with a bad group)?

Should I change my group's Powerpoint without their consent until the class starts? (I'm with a bad group)? Topic: First grade homework sheets
July 19, 2019 / By Bee
Question: I decided to be the 4th member of a group: one has minor autism, one is has another mental problem more drastic to the point where he is just.....incompetent. He had a 7 minute talk with our teacher that he doesn't really know how to condense the info he reads into a SHORT summary. He also has a difficult time explaining what he REALLY wants to say, as what he says comes out invalid about 1/2 the time and just makes him look worse. From this, I inferred that he is is own worst enemy. The teacher gave us about 6 worksheets of info, and he highlighted about 4 pages worth of info that he deemed "important"...Just to PROBABLY make him feel like he actually contributed ANYTHING, our teacher had him read every worksheet, as I took notes, again. We have an aid in the classroom because this kid is just that uncontrollable, and he doesn't even realize that most people don't like him if they don't verbalize it. When they're together, they're so counterproductive, as the autistic gets EASILY distracted, and the other can't comprehend half of what he reads and gets the autistic one even more distracted. Today was the last day to work in class, and they wasted half an hour talking, and playing on the computer. The last person of the group is just lazy, but I feel he could pull his own weight. The autistic one does have SOME knowledge, but the last guy is worthless. I finished my version of the project which is much shorter, and their project was copied verbatim from the sheets, I finished my powerpoint in 2 days working on it, alone, and found all the necessary info in about the same amount of time. Since I know it is a d_ouch_ move scrapping their pitiful project, I made cards with info that they can elaborate on, rather than reading the WHOLE text facing the board. I mean my teacher is chill and MIGHT know that he needs to be more lenient on their work (except on homework and exams) he MIGHT give us a break, but I'm not prepared to get a low grade because of them. The groups begin presenting tomorrow, so I did not TOTALLY keep my group in the dark, and I do feel somewhat bad, but I can't stand by and work based on faith that my teacher coulb be more considerate than me I do realize that this might be somewhat funny for a person reading this, but for me its so tragic.....
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Admiranda Admiranda | 2 days ago
Lmao, I would do it if I was you, but if you see they are really trying then don't. If you feel that you are doing all the work yourself and they are not helping you then I would do it.
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Admiranda Originally Answered: Why is it called the "Non-Sporting Group" in kennel club breed group designations?
When the AKC was founded, it was almost solely devoted to sporting dogs. So there were two classifications, Sporting Dogs, and Non-Sporting Dogs. If the the breed was a gundog (Retrievers, Pointers, Setters, Spaniels, etc) it was in the Sporting Dog category. Anything else went into the Non-Sporting. At that time, however, the AKC only recognized about 2 or 3 dozen breeds. As more and more dogs of different types, other groups were broken off of the Non-Sporting Group or of other groups. For example, for many years, herding and working dogs were in the same group, the working group. Once there were too many breeds in that group, the herding group was split off. However, some dogs didn't really fit into any of the categories, and remained in the Non-Sporting. However, there is substantial movement to rename the Non-Sporting Group the companion dog group, which would be a more accurate name. At the same time, breeders of some dogs, mainly the Dalmatian, would like to see their breed moved from the non-sporting group into another group, in the case of the Dalmatian the working group.
Admiranda Originally Answered: Why is it called the "Non-Sporting Group" in kennel club breed group designations?
This is an AKC thing only. The groups split off at different times, originally dogs were either "Sporting" (hunting breeds) or "Non-Sporting" (not hunting breeds). Later the Hound group split from Sporting and the Working, Terrier, and Toy groups split from Non-Sporting (Herding later split from Working). As the other groups split off, some dogs were left behind - dogs that are not really hounds or terriers, not working or herding dogs, too large to be toy breeds, etc remained in the group when the others left. Most kennel clubs use a more thorough classification system similar to that of the FCI which has 8 large groups that are further subdivided: Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs, Pinscher, Schanuzer, and Mossoliod Dogs, the Terriers, the Dachshund, Spitz and Primitive Types, Scenthounds and Related Breeds, Pointing Dogs, Retrievers-Flushing Dogs-Water Dogs, Companion and Toy Dogs, and Sighthounds.
Admiranda Originally Answered: Why is it called the "Non-Sporting Group" in kennel club breed group designations?
The only true registry with this designation is the AKC. The non sporting group is a catch all. It was developed for breeds that really didn't "fit" into the other groups. However when you look at what each non-sporting breed was bred to do, you will realize that these breeds would easily fit into other groups. For example the miniature and standard poodles could be in the sporting group; the schipperke and damation would fit the working group; etc. Ther has been some talk of doing away with the non sporting group entirely and splitting some of the other groups. For example splitting the hound group into sight hound group and scent hound group.

Tennyson Tennyson
forget them, do it. but, Docus does have a point. As long as they tried, then your teacher might see it. But if they copy word for word, he might see it as laziness
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