My general purpose is to persuade my audience
My specific purpose is to inform my audience on that corporal punishment is not a healthy way of educating kids.
My central idea is that corporal punishment is not an effective way to in force rules or educate kids properly.
I. Good morning everyone, Do you guys remember the last time you were hit by any adult? The last time you got in trouble? Do you remember that flying sandal or what I called it la chancla. I do.
II. According to our parents it was the only way to educate us, which of course was not true. There are many ways to educate children, to make them respect and collaborate. By using corporal punishment we build a foundation to our children that hitting is the only way to make them understand.
III. Corporal punishment has been used in schools as well as home but these practices have caused damage to children. Yea we might say well I came out just fine but what about everyone else. What about those kids who weren’t as lucky as you?
I. (transitional) This now brings me to the place where one should be feeling safe and not terrified of being in, one’s own home. A. At home one is taught how to behave out in society. What we learn here is what we carry for the rest of our lives. 1. Corporal punishment has been banned in the home in over 31 countries. However here in the United States 32state have laws that forbid teachers from hitting kids. So does this mean if we physically punish our children nothing will happen to us? B. Does spanking children work? And more importantly, is it harmful to children? 1. It was once considered a parenting practice, but now it is opposed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Psychological Assn. 2. Spanking can cause children to become more violent later in life and may increase the chances that they will experience anxiety and depression.
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