Should the Internet be censored by the government?

Prompt 1: Childhood obesity is growing at an increasing rate.  Should fatty foods, such as potato chips, cookies, and soft drinks, be banned from elementary school?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against banning fatty foods from elementary school.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

 

  1. First step in developing a speech is prewriting.  Decide whether you agree or disagree to ban fatty foods from elementary school.

 

  1. Next, make a list of as many reasons why you agree or disagree to ban fatty foods from elementary school.

 

  1. Then try to see if any of those reasons can be grouped together.  Using the numbers (1), (2), and (3), number those reasons according to where they should appear in the body paragraphs.  For example, group (1) would appear in the first body paragraph, group (2) would appear in the second body paragraph, and group (3) would appear in the third body paragraph.

 

  1. Create an outline using the model below.  You will skip the introduction and conclusion sections and will return to them in later modules.  Focus on the body section for now.

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Body
  3. Reason #1
  4. Supportive example #1
  5. Supportive example #2
  6. Reason #2
  7. Supportive example #1
  8. Supportive example #2
  9. Reason #3
  10. Supportive example #1
  11. Supportive example #2

III. Conclusion

You will turn in the outline

Prompt 2: Childhood obesity is growing at an increasing rate.  Should fatty foods, such as potato chips, cookies, and soft drinks, be banned from elementary school?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against banning fatty foods from elementary school.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

 

  1. Continuing from Module 1 Homework Assignment, take out your outline and reread your position and reasons.

 

  1. Based on your outline, write a thesis statement.  Your thesis statement should state the reason why you ultimately chose your position.

 

  1. You will now construct an introductory paragraph by using the model below:
  2. Introduction
  3. Attention Getting: opening line that attracts the audience’s attention
  4. Supply any interesting background information that will make the audience better understand the issue and why it is important
  5. Thesis statement: State your position and why you chose your position

 

  1. You will turn in the introductory paragraph (in paragraph form, not outline form).

 

Prompt3: Childhood obesity is growing at an increasing rate.  Should fatty foods, such as potato chips, cookies, and soft drinks, be banned from elementary school?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against banning fatty foods from elementary school.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

  1. Continuing from Modules 1 and 2 Homework Assignments, take out your outline and introductory paragraph and reread them.
  2. Using your outline, write the 3 body paragraphs of your speech and the conclusion.  Include as much reasoning behind your position as possible.  Make sure that you transition between sentences and paragraphs.
  3. You will turn in your complete speech (introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and conclusion).  Make sure that it is in one document (one attachment).

 

 

Prompt 4 The Internet is home to worldwide content, which can be informational and sometimes controversial.  Should the Internet be censored by the government?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against having the government censor the Internet.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

  1. First step in developing a speech is prewriting.  Decide whether you agree or disagree to have the government censor the Internet.
  2. Next, make a list of as many reasons why you agree or disagree to have the government censor the Internet.
  3. Then try to see if any of those reasons can be grouped together.  Using the numbers (1), (2), and (3), number those reasons according to where they should appear in the body paragraphs.  For example, group (1) would appear in the first body paragraph, group (2) would appear in the second body paragraph, and group (3) would appear in the third body paragraph.
  4. Create an outline using the model below.  You will skip the introduction and conclusion sections and will return to them in later modules.  Focus on the body section for now.

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Body
  3. Reason #1
  4. Supportive example #1
  5. Supportive example #2
  6. Reason #2
  7. Supportive example #1
  8. Supportive example #2
  9. Reason #3
  10. Supportive example #1
  11. Supportive example #2

III. Conclusion

  1. You will turn in the outline.

Prompt 5 The Internet is home to worldwide content, which can be informational and sometimes controversial.  Should the Internet be censored by the government?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against having the government censor the Internet.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

  1. Continuing from Module 5 Homework Assignment, take out your outline and reread your position and reasons.
  2. Based on your outline, write a thesis statement.  Your thesis statement should state the reason why you ultimately chose your position.
  3. You will now construct an introductory paragraph by using the model below:
  4. Introduction
  5. Attention Getting: opening line that attracts the audience’s attention
  6. Supply any interesting background information that will make the audience better understand the issue and why it is important
  7. Thesis statement: State your position and why you chose your position
  8. You will turn in the introductory paragraph (in paragraph form, not outline form).

Prompt 6: The Internet is home to worldwide content, which can be informational and sometimes controversial.  Should the Internet be censored by the government?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against having the government censor the Internet.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

  1. Continuing from Modules 5 and 6 Homework Assignments, take out your outline and introductory paragraph and reread them.
  2. Using your outline, write the 3 body paragraphs of your speech and the conclusion.  Include as much reasoning behind your position as possible.  Make sure that you transition between sentences and paragraphs.
  3. You will turn in your complete speech (introduction, 3 body paragraphs, and conclusion).  Make sure that it is in one document (one attachment).

 

Prompt 7: The Internet is home to worldwide content, which can be informational and sometimes controversial.  Should the Internet be censored by the government?  Develop a persuasive speech that argues for or against having the government censor the Internet.  You will construct a traditional, five-paragraph speech (introductory paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, concluding paragraph) that answers this prompt.  The total length of pages should not exceed 3 typed pages.

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