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    Tania Choudhury Grade 8 Mount Vernon School Room 218 Persuasive Essay / Cellular...
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    Schools today face many new challenges in dealing with the emergence of technology. With every new gadget invented, a new set of rules must be created to coincide with current school policy. A great new topic of debate centers on the usage of cell phones in a school setting. One side contends that b
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    English III Persuasive Essay 9-22-13 Most school administrators regard cell phones use as disruptive and distracting devices in class, as well as a form of cheating during tests; so schools made the policy that prohibit cell phones on school properties. But I believe that there are a...
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    Sharon Campbell Essay #4: Persuasive Ring, Vibrate, Oops Cell phones in school should they be or should they not be allowed? Are they a distraction, and if they are, can we turn this problem around and utilize this technology towards positive results in a classroom setting. Can teachers utilize
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    Jubelle Manalo Persuasive Essay Journal #9 Dear Principal, Technologies are getting high-tech. Everyone wants to have the latest gadgets like cell phones. As cell phones improved, more features are added that causes some problems to some school systems. Allowing students to have their phone i
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    Sarah Reuter Comm 1 Persuasive Speech outline Cell Phone Bans Introduction: I. Are Cell phones the cause of accidents, or is there merely a correlation between car accidents and cell phone usage. II. In the Middle Ages people noticed a correlation between good health and lice infestation
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    Persuasive speech outline purpose: To persuade my audience to donate blood through the American Red Cross. Introduction: 1. Did you know that blood donated to the American Red Cross saves XXX lives per year? 2. People should give blood because it is easy and though there might be a little pain
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    Persuasive Speech Tips and Topics How to write a persuasive speech © Naomi Rockler-Gladen Feb 1, 2007 1. Find an appropriate and interesting persuasive speech topic. For many students, this is one of the most difficult parts of writing a persuasive speech. 2. Know your audience well. T
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    SPEECH 1311 PERSUASIVE ASSIGNMENT Behavioral Objective: Each student will deliver a 4 to 6 minute speech with the purpose to inform and PERSUADE their audience. Topic Selection: Each student will choose their own topic. The topic must be a SOCIAL TWO SIDED ISSUE. The student will select O
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    Persuasive Speech Outline I. Introduction A. Topic: Texting and driving is dangerous, weather it has affected you or not. B. Hook: Did you know that texting while driving is now one of the most popular distractions that take a driver’s eyes off the road? C. Link to audience: Imagine that someo
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    Persuasive Speech Plan Topic: Texting while driving is dangerous to you and others. General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience not to drive and text. When I have finished my speech, my audience will be able to see why driving and texting is dangerous to t
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    Wednesday May 1, 2013 “Persuasive Speech” Topic: Dangerous of texting while driving Attention Grabber: Play YouTube video. Never Text While Driving (Bloody) - Government Video As we have seen, not only does texting or using your phone while driving impair your ability to drive, but...
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    Should Cell Phones Be Allowed in School? Would you, an average middle school student want to be sitting in a classroom for 45 minutes and listening to a teacher drone on about some topic you barely understand? Or would you rather play around on some Smartphone app about the same thing and get the
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    Advantages and disadvantages of Cell Phones It is for a fact that having a mobile phone now a days is a sort of a necessity and it is an inevitable truth that mobile industry is taking everyone by a storm. From the very basic thing of making a call to texting, and now internet access for just a t
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    Cell Phones: A Tool in the Classroom In today’s society, smart phones are a part of a student’s average, everyday life. No matter what people are doing, they find time to look at their phone and make a call, read a text, check e-mails, or search something on Google. Even though people find so
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    Voices From the Field Supporting Cell Phone Use in the Classroom Mark Geary ell Phone use is increasing, though it is still repressed more than accepted as an educational tool in US high schools. This article discusses how cell phones have been used in a charter school for at-ri
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    Persuasive Essay: Why cell phones should be allowed in school In today’s society everywhere we look people of all ages and genders are parading with his or her cell phones. Whether they are driving, walking down the aisle in the grocery store, or even in class, cell phones have become a part of
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    James Keaton Lang English 1123 Persuasive Essay 4 January, 2012 Technology Turned Wrong In today’s society, people of all ages and genders are with their cell phones at all times. Whether it is while driving, walking down the aisle in a grocery store, or even in class, cell phones have become a
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    HOW TO FIND A GREAT PERSUASIVE SPEAKING TOPIC: 1. Pick something you feel strongly about. If you don't feel strongly about your topic, how are you going to persuade the audience to feel the same way? Students sometime say, "But I don't feel strongly about anything!" Yes you do. Sit down with a p
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    Through the speech, you are expected to change the audience's point of view within a short period. It may seem difficult, but, in reality, it is not. Remember that the key lies in the speech topic that you have chosen. It is essential to look for a speech topic that is contemporary and fascinating t
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