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How is text messaging affecting teen literacy?

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Alexus Towner

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of How is text messaging affecting teen literacy?

How is text messaging affecting teen literacy?
FACT #2
FACT #3
more teens ages 14 to 17 send over 150 text a day

this shows that people text way to much. and that we need to calm it down with all this texting.
FACT #5
75% of all people that have phones, text.
FACT #7
texting affects how you write.
FACT #6
90% of kids that have phones text in class.
WHAT IS MY TOPIC
my topic is about how texting can/will effect teen literacy.
guideline #1
WHY DID I CHOSE THIS TOPIC AND HOW DOES IT RELAT TO ME.

I CHOSE THIS TOPIC BECaUSE I CAN REALLY RELAT TO IT. I AM ALWAYS ON MY PHONE AND AM TEXTING 24/7. I CHOSE THIS TOPIC BECUSE IT LOOKED INTERESTING AND THOUGt IT WOULD BE FUN TO LEARN HOW TEXTING EFFECTS our life.
guideline #2
FACT #4
77% of teens ages 11 to 18 have a cell phone

this shows that parents maybe getting phones to early. ex: i know a lot of kindergarten kids that have cell phones because of "safety issues"
FACT #1
Text messaging can affect a person’s social skills, writing skills, driving skills

texting effects a lot of peoples everyday situations and people minds. things could get really messy if we keep on doing texting 24/7.
Phones are effecting teens by how they act and/or act around others.
phones have been effecting how teens act by how teens make their decisions for what they say


teens are always on their phones.
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