persuasive - KHANH TRAN Annette Bever Speech 1315 Mar 30,...

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Annette Bever Speech 1315 Mar 30, 2011 TV Violence is damaging the children Specific Purpose: to persuade my audience to agree that they have to be more critical of the shows they let children watch. Central Idea: TV violence can have strong life-long negative effects the children if adult do not do their part in censorship and child guidance. Introduction I. What is the most violent thing you have ever seen on TV? Guns, shootings, murders, hitting, punching, slapping, screaming, kicking, stabbing, explosions, car chases, car smashes, disasters and death are shown daily throughout TV programming . Whatever it is, the chances are, that image is imprinted in your memory. II. We must balance young people. We know the images on TV won’t us harm. Or can’t they? III. Violence on TV can have strong life-long negative effects the children if adult do not do their part in censorship and child guidance. IV. Today I would like to show to you that violence is wide-spread on television and that these negative effects on children as they grow up if adult do not take responsibility. Body I. Violence is not only in the adult film, it is even shown in cartoons. A. My friend told me that her five year old son hit his friends at school when he doesn’t want to share toys. When he was asked why he did it, he said he was merely imitating from movies which he was seen. B.
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course SPEECH benver taught by Professor 1316 during the Spring '11 term at North Central Texas College.

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