I agree with what you want to prove with this post and image. Should Schools be allowed to limit students’ online speech? because people have there right but to a extent were they see your point. The image shows a lot because a lot of people feel like they can’t speak.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “victims of c…[Read more]
Do you think cyberbullying should be limited? Cyberbullying has been going on for many years and many people have committed suicide due to the fact that they’re being bullied or offender through the internet.
I am showing the same amount of emotion with your response on students with limited speech because I
strongly agree with your statement. Your statements are very dauntless and important due to the fact this is a main issue to our society. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “Cyberbullying and physically bullying both have the same consequences and it can ruin someoneś happiness”(1).This quote signifies a lot because it’s letting the reader know that cyberbullying can ruin someones happiness. This can cause someone else to harm themselves. Thank you for writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I enjoyed what you wrote about this topic and made me be very interested in what you had to say about If schools should limit students online speech.
I agree with your essay to “Should Schools Be Allowed to Limit Students’ Online Speech” because many people have been severely impacted by cyberbullying. I also agree that there are many consequences to cyber bullying and schools should make an effort to stop or limit cyberbullying from happening. One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is “Victims may fear to attend school when experiencing cyberbullying because they feel like they are being judged by everyone and they feel followed so therefore, they won’t feel safe anywhere but home alone”. The reason why it stood out to me was because I believe that victims would be affected by the bullying and would result in unusual behavior. Many students would most likely miss school due and would affect their academic performance. Overall I agree that cyberbullying has significantly impacted the lives of many students and cyberbullying must be limited. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I really find it interesting the topics you write about. Your topic is an issue that many students are currently dealing with and I find it very important that people are informed of what is happening.
I agree that Cyberbullying should be limited and I feel that the parents of the kid that are getting cyber bullied should address the issue to the school. If they address the problems to the school, then school can be involved and they would be able to sit down and help the situation. I feel that the administration has a big part in this and they should find solution to solve this problem.
I agree with this post by what it has to say about eating healthy because it’s a good thing with your letter ¨ Is School Lunch a problem¨ because it really gets to the point and because i think school meal are bad.
One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is ¨why does food need to be good?¨ I think this is Stunning because you may…[Read more]
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