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Rita Borland March 28th, 2010 Composition-English 112 Persuasive Essay Outline Topic- Video Games, Children and Adults 1. Thesis Statement or opening paragraph telling about the basics of video games and children and how their parents act out about certain games their children are playing. 2. First paragraph- in this paragraph I will state the advantages of video games with children and the appropriate games they should be playing at the specified age limit. 3. Second paragraph- in this paragraph I will list the disadvantages of certain video games with children and the outcome of parents reaction towards children playing certain games while not being monitored by an adult. 4. Third Paragraph- In this paragraph I will list the possible games and age limits appropriate for children and also the games parents should look out for so their children
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Unformatted text preview: don't begin violent behavior. 5. Conclusion- In this paragraph I will sum up all things dealing with video games and children and their parents likely concerns towards certain video games and the outcome of the games their children have been playing or are playing. 6. Resources- 1. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0816/is_6_21/ai_n9772319/ 7. Resources- 2. http://www.pamf.org/preteen/parents/videogames.html 8. Resources- 3. http://www.pamf.org/preteen/parents/violentvideogames.html 9. Resources- 4. http://www.aacap.org/cs/root/facts_for_families/children_and_video_games_playing_wit h_violence 10. Resources- 5. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/04/60minutes/main678261.shtml? tag=mncol;lst;2 11. Resources- 6. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-5092115-504083.html? tag=mncol;lst;3...
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