The beautiful silver sky may have lightening in their womb form. Thank you my dear madam speaker. Assalamualaikum and a very good day to the wise and honourable adjudicators, the alert and punctual time keeper, my fellow teammates, the misleading government team and MOTH. First and foremost, i would like to refute the definition given by the government team. Allow me to re-define today’s motion. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines ‘celebrities’ as ‘famous or celebrated people’. In Oxford Dictionaries, the phrase ‘make for’ means ‘tend to result in or be received as (a particular thing):’ ‘Bad’ means ‘unfavourable’. Lastly, ‘role model’ means ‘person looked to by others as an example to be imitated’. So, the full definition of today’s motion is ‘famous or celebrated people are received as an unfavourable person to be looked to by others as an example to be imitated’. Now, please allow me to rebut the point given by the Prime Minister. He/She claims that ____________________________________________________________
But that is not true because ____________________________________________________________
Before i go on with my arguments, i would like to stress that my team mates and i are totally disagree with the motion today that says ‘Celebrities Make For Bad Role Models’. Now, please allow me to introduce my team mates. I as the first speaker will talk about ‘influence’. My second speaker will further strengthen our team’s stand on this motion with her 2 arguments of ‘perseverance’ and ‘social obligation’. Last but not least, my third speaker will rebut all misleading points raised by the government team.
It is nothing but just to be with the trend we land up making celebrities our role models. Many of teenagers, mainly young people carry pictures of celebrities they look up to them and treat them as gods. Dr. Charlotte De Backer of the University of...