Topic Area:Book banning
Specific Purpose:To persuade my audience that book banning is uncalled for.
Thematic Statement:The banning of book will not stop situations from existing it only will provide for the ignorance of people stemming from the ignorance of others.
A.Develop favorable interest toward the subject.
1.Read excerpt from Little Red Cap
2.Ask how many people recognize the story
B.Develop the exigence
1.Ask how many people read ban books
2.State that Little Red Riding Hood in number 23 on the Most Frequently banned books in the 1990's
1.State that I have done much research on book banning
2.State that I read ban books
D.Thesis and Preview of the Body
1.The banning of book will not stop situations from existing it only will provide for the ignorance of people stemming from the ignorance of others.
a.Definition of Censorship
b.Some book and why they were banned
c.Why they should not be
A.Definition of Censorship: The American Association of School Administrators (AASA), in the book "Censorship and Selection: Issues and Answers for Schools," defines censorship as: "[T]he removal, suppression, or restricted circulation of literary, artistic, or educational materials -- of images, ideas, and information -- on the grounds that these are morally or otherwise objectionable in light of standards applied by the censor."
B.Some book and why they were banned
1. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885) by Mark Twain: The word "nigger," which appears many times in the novel, was the cause for the removal of this classic from an eighth-grade reading list. In the 1950s, the NAACP objected to the book's perceived racist tone. In 1984, the book was removed from a public high school reading list in Waukegan, Illinois, because a black...