English 12 Video Games Make Society Less Violent

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David Park English 12 Video Games Make Society Less Violent (290) Vocabulary 1. Malpractice is an improper, negligent practice. Other words that begin with mal are malnourish, malisons, and malice. 2. The difference between hypocrisy and hypocritical is that one of them is having a certain type of attitude and other one the act of telling someone that that is wrong and doing it themselves. 3. Peddling which is like distributing. Other words can be to give out or to dispense. Responding to Words in Context 1. That it sparks an inner feeling of doing violent things. Inspire has more of a feeling to it and it has a stronger effect than the other words. 2. Yes they are similar and have the same meaning. Yes they can be used interchangeably
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Unformatted text preview: you can use fact or proof instead of evidence. Discussing Main Points and Meaning 1. He says that by playing video games it relieves stress and allows for a less violent person. He says from his own experience that he played a variety of games and he never committed a violent act. 2. I think he means that video games are changing the world and its whole industry it is become a all around the world thing. 3. Those violent crimes have decreased significantly. 4. Yes I believe its a accurate statement because parents who dislike violence games make their children want the game more which eventually leads their parents to buying video games for them....
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