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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Keith Curry
Tyler McSwain Censorship What Is Censorship? Censorship is the practice of censoring the things that people might find offensive. Lexile A lexile level shows the maturity level of a song, book, etc., determining whether it should be censored or not. Songs 80's:
80's:
90's:
90's: Kool and The Gang - Get Down On It Kool and The Gang's Lexile Level 1400 Bee Gees - Staying Alive 00's: 00's: 10's: 10's: Kool and The Gang - Get Down On It Tupac - Changes Biggie Smalls - Big Poppa The Game - Bang Along Eminem - Fack Wiz Khalifa - Taylor Gang Trinidad James - All Gold Everything Bee Gees - Staying Alive Our Lexile Level cutoff is at 700. Bee Gee's Lexile Level Tupac - Changes Tupac's Lexile Level Biggie Smalls - Big Poppa Biggie Small's Lexile Level The Game - Bang Along The Game's Lexile Level Eminem - Fack Eminem's Lexile Level Wiz Khalifa - Taylor Gang Wiz Khalifa's Lexile Level Trinidad James - All Gold Everything Trinidad Jame's Lexile Level 1850 1100 1050 1200 100 1000 600 Why is this important in helping to determine censorship? Will this help students gain a higher cognitive learning level and why? As a judge, explain if this way of censorship would be constitiutional or unconstitiutional and why? This song should not be censored because it meets our standards. This song should not be censored because it meets our standards This song should not be censored because it meets our standards This song should not be censored because it meets our standards This song should not be censored because it meets our standards This song should be censored because it is well below our standards This song should not be censored because it meets our standards This song should be censored because it is below our standards It shows us that some songs should be censored People begin to open their eyes and finally catch on to what they are listening to. Constitutional because it shows what kind of things should be censored and what things should not be censored
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