Banned Books Should Be Taught In Schools

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Shatoni Madison February 3.2016 Writing Wednesday Recently, several English teachers have decided to teach a certain book to their classes that contains questionable material normally not allowed in schools, including poor language, sexuality, and violence. They claim that the book has many redeeming qualities about it, and also is a great tool for teaching students reading and analytical skills. In my opinion, teachers should be permitted to teach these questionable book to their students. If an author's work was to be tampered with I feel as if many books will lose their value and or the meaning the author was trying to convey. Many of these “banned books” were written based on the time period it was wrote about.Banned books also can teach us history,social skills, vocabulary , and a new way of thinking. Many of these”banned books” are classics in history”. Teachers should be permitted to teach these questionable books to their students. If an author's work was to be tampered with I feel as if many books will lose their value and or the meaning the author was trying to convey. For example, a Novel by Sharon Draper named Copper Sun is a…show more content…
They claim that the book has many redeeming qualities about it, and also is a great tool for teaching students reading and analytical skills. In my opinion, teachers should be permitted to teach these questionable book to their students. If an author's work was to be tampered with I feel as if many books will lose their value and or the meaning the author was trying to convey. Many of these “banned books” were written based on the time period it was wrote about.Banned books also can teach us history,social skills, vocabulary , and a new way of thinking. Many of these”banned books” are classics in
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