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Should Schools Sell Junk Food
Transcript of Should Schools Sell Junk Food
English 03 Should Schools Sell Junk Food? Background Info Works Cited Schools complain about types of food.
Issue that's been happening for awhile
Parents worried that children will face obesity
Believe children stop taking right steps when at school Junk food should be in schools so there are no limits.
Parents should worry what happens at home if they are scared of obesity.
Limits on children makes them feel pressured.
Some parents don't want limits on their children
Children shouldn't be punished for an others mistake. Main Arugment Michelle Obama has created a health program known as "Let's Move"
She doesn't want parents hard work ruined by schools
A mother of two is furious about junk food in schools Counterarguments Exercising to stay fit and eating healthy at home will keep you in shape.
Parents should pack a lunch for their kids.
Parents should worry more about what goes on at home.
Junk food should stay in schools overall in my opinion. Conclusion Bruske, Ed. “Improving School Lunch Programs Is Complicated.” Should Junk Food Be Sold in Schools? Ed. Norah Piehl. Detroit: Greenhaven Press 2011. At issue. Rpt. From “To Make School Food Healthy, Michelle Obama Has a Tall Order.” Washington Post 14 Feb. 2010. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 15 Oct. 2012.
Collier, Andrea King. “Limiting School Food Choices Can Go Too Far.” Should Junk Food Be Sold in Schools? Ed. Norah Piehl. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2011. At Issue. Rpt. From “If you Give a Kid a Cupcake.” Civil Eats 26 Mar. 2010. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 15 Oct. 2012.
Dominus, Susan. “Mother’s fight against junk food puts a school on edge.” New York Times 16 June 2009: A15(L). gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 15 Oct. 2012.