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Introduction:

1. Begin with an attention grabber/hooka. Examples: anecdote, stats/facts, strong statement, quoteb. I think I will start with an anecdote2. Background information about the topic (what do I know about this topic?)3. Thesis (should always be a work in progress)

Thesis: Parents need to monitor their children’s technologybecause it is separating families, making them addicted, causing anxiety and depression, and creating a false façade about life. This will be proven through documentaries, anecdotes, and articles from reliable sources who state parents need to control how their children and teens use technology; they need to be monitored before it is too late (WORK IN PROGRESS)

Body:

Brainstorm Activity: List or Cluster your reasons

1. List your examples/reasons2. List the sources you will use (I listed a lot of them because these all can be examples, but I will finally highlight the ones I have chosen to use for sure)3. Add transitional sentence

• Example/reason – separating families o Article/Anecdote/Interview/Novel/Documentary/Broadcast/Personal Experience/Speeches (pick ONLY 1 or 2)

Add transitional sentence from separating families to making them addicted

• Example/reason – making them addictedo Article/Anecdote/Interview/Novel/Documentary/Broadcast/Personal Experience/Speeches (pick ONLY 1 or 2)

Add transitional sentence from making them addicted to causing anxiety and depression

• Example/reason – causing anxiety and depressiono Article/Anecdote/Interview/Novel/Documentary/Broadcast/Personal Experience/Speeches (pick ONLY 1 or 2)

Add transitional sentence from causing anxiety and depression to creating a false façade 

• Example/reason – creating a false façade o Article/Anecdote/Interview/Novel/Documentary/Broadcast/Personal Experience/Speeches (pick ONLY 1 or 2)

Important add Rebuttal next – Write something positive about technology; however, go right back to the negatives of technology

Conclusion

1. Restate your thesis2. Highlight/summarize your main points (reasons)3. Call to Action (use strong verbs such as the following: should, must, need)

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