Banned books should be accessible to students. Banned books are engaging, they convey the value of existence in a society, and they present a meaningful comprehension of real life issues that students can relate to. Authorities should not be allowed to limit our freedom. Censoring books means violating First Amendment. Authorities should not ban books
In this prompt i'm going to give you three reasons why teachers shouldn't ban books and why. The First reason why people shouldn't ban books is because books are kind of like history, if you take away books you're taking away part of history. If a student grabs a book and you just take it away you just stopped them from possibly learning something new in the book. For example To Kill A Mockingbird is about racism and if they take it away they no longer learn. I read a article on Newsela and it said that in British they banned Too Kill A Mockingbird just because it was American.
This causes library, teacher, group, or bookstore to consider banning books because of possible concerns. But, this does not only take away the book for one group of people, it takes the book away from everyone, even those who would benefit from reading it. Banning books is bad because banning violates people's civil rights, limits the opportunity for adolescents to learn vicariously, and reduces the readers exposure to
When you ban a book you do not just take it away form your own kid but you take it away from everyone in school. Just because one person doesn’t want their child to read it doesn’t mean they have to ruin it for the rest of the school. The kids should have
Book banning is a necessity schools need to keep their children from cursing violence and many other things some books could contain that could cause a scene. Banning books stops unnecessary violence and vulgar language from out breaking in many areas of the
A parent or the student should be the one who decided whether or not the book is appropriate. Also, when a child is sheltered from the world, a book with just a bit of adult material could help them understand what really happens. It could prepare them so when they do become older and get a job, the world doesn’t put them into complete shock. Taken from Common Reasons for Banning Books, “…it is important that the reader makes his/her judgments on the book.” To elaborate on this, another person shouldn’t tell a student what and what not to read. It is their and their parent’s decision to
When it comes to the teaching about banned books and such the teacher can also provide information such as a website for example so that the students can use it to learn more about banned books and become more aware of the topic. Something else along with that includes giving instances in which books have or have been tried for being banned. (Linder) When also showing these books to students and introducing them to these books it could expose them to different viewpoints and ideas on different topics. (Breslin) These books may also have something for us to learn about or understand like the author of one of the articles Liz Breslin said about reading the book Into the River by Ted Dawe and she said “Anyway, I like the contextual irony of almost the last conversation in the currently banned book. It starts like this: “Life’s not complicated; it’s just a series of choices between right and wrong.” So Mr Faull says to Devon on page 278.
This website is safe and trusted by millions even by the government, so again this makes us think, why do we ban books? If this website is active and available in most places why would they bother banning books? With resources like this anyone is capable of reading any book that they want or have
However, just because a book is unpopular or gives unpopular opinions doesn’t mean that people should be denied from reading it. Books should not be banned from schools and libraries, everyone should be allowed to be informed on what’s happening in the world and learn about diversity, despite a book having unpopular views. Opponents claim that all books should be monitored and banned if they give off unpopular opinion or can possibly hurt the public. 1.) One
According to “What Teachers Really Do over Summer Break?” summer break gives teachers time to get ready for the upcoming school year. There are many new assignments, plans, and reviews teachers must learn for the next year. (“What Teachers Really Do over Summer Break?”) These months off are very helpful for teachers and students both. According to Lucas Reilly, Summer break gives kids the break they deserve. Having breaks allows the kids’ brains to get a long needed break from learning.