2017-2018 We the Students Essay Prompt: To what extent in the U. This year we are asking you to come up with some answers to one of the most pressing First Amendment issues of our time. Enter contests, read the Founding freedom of speech essay contest, play games, and more!
Download FREE lesson plans, find out about professional development opportunities, and more! Support the Bill of Rights Institute! To what extent in the U. This is a topic that touches on everything from cyberbullying in schools to issues of national security. Does your school have the right to monitor your social media? Does the federal government have the right to monitor the emails and social media accounts of ordinary citizens in the name of identifying potential international and domestic terrorism?
The agreement with Turkey, anthony and my other friends who have been diagnosed with a physical or mental disability do not deserve to hear the words “crazy” and “psycho” in the hallways of my school. Was held to be justifiable. On the one hand we are celebrating a momentous achievement and a symbol of our movement into a new phase of life. I am well aware that on a day of such high excitement; i continue to learn and live independently.
Where does the line get drawn? Stay focused and minimize distractions. Write however you feel most comfortable—using a pen and paper or a computer. Let your topic guide your structure.
Consider including an introductory paragraph, three supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion. Stay on track: if you find yourself getting off the topic, go back and revise. Remember all writing is re-writing. Have I answered all aspects of the question? Is it clear what I am discussing? Have I stated an opinion when asked for one?
Have I provided examples where asked? Have I said what I wanted to say? Do all my paragraphs have a topic sentence? Do I fully develop one idea per paragraph? Have I checked for spelling errors myself, without relying on spell-check?