and finally form their own opinions. Interestingly, a small number of students may change their original positions after reading the arguments of both parties. For example, some students intuitively believe that universal health insurance and the right to participate in politics belong to the rights of Chinese citizens at first, but after reading the materials,
They are more able to Understand the popular database situation and difficulties faced by overseas students who come to Taiwan to study and foreign migrant workers who come to Taiwan to work, and then support them to be included in the national health insurance or to enjoy a certain degree of political participation. Although some students'
Positions have not changed, they are better able to put forward reasons to support their positions after understanding positive and negative opinions, or are better able to communicate with those with different opinions.