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TIES

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TIES
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Topic Sentence
Summarizes the entire paragraph, letting the reader know what the paragraph is about. Think of it as an “umbrella” sentence—everything in the paragraph needs to fit under the umbrella topic.


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Introducing Evidence
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Evidence from the Text
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Stick-Together Sentences
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One reason AskFM should be banned is that parents aren't aware of these sites enough to protect their kids.
One reason AskFM and Kik should be banned is that parents aren't aware of these sites enough to protect their kids. Though they know about Facebook or Twitter, AskFM and Kik are not even on their radar.
CNN.com wrote of this in an article titled
Parents, beware of bullying on sites you've never seen.
One reason AskFM and Kik should be banned is that parents aren't aware of these sites enough to protect their kids. Though they know about Facebook or Twitter, AskFM and Kik are not even on their radar. CNN.com wrote of this in an article titled
Parents, beware of bullying on sites you've never seen.
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In conversations with law enforcement, educators, bullying experts and parents, it's clear that while parents may be getting up to speed on some social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, there are plenty of other platforms popular with tweens and teens that parents don't know."

One reason AskFM and Kik should be banned is that parents aren't aware of these sites enough to protect their kids. Though they know about Facebook or Twitter, AskFM and Kik are not even on their radar. CNN.com wrote of this in an article titled
Parents, beware of bullying on sites you've never seen. "
In conversations with law enforcement, educators, bullying experts and parents, it's clear that while parents may be getting up to speed on some social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, there are plenty of other platforms popular with tweens and teens that parents don't know."
If the parents don't know about these websites, there is no way for them to monitor their children's accounts.

One reason AskFM and Kik should be banned is that parents aren't aware of these sites enough to protect their kids. Though they know about Facebook or Twitter, AskFM and Kik are not even on their radar. CNN.com wrote of this in an article titled Parents, beware of bullying on sites you've never seen. "In conversations with law enforcement, educators, bullying experts and parents, it's clear that while parents may be getting up to speed on some social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, there are plenty of other platforms popular with tweens and teens that parents don't know." If the parents don't know about these websites, there is no way for them to monitor their children's accounts.
Today.com echoed CNN while describing the problems of AskFM.com:
"While Facebook, Twitter and Instagram rank as the most popular social networks among teens, another website that many parents may be unfamiliar with continues to make the news in a very bad way."
Parents are unfamiliar with AskFM, but the article goes on to discuss how bullying on the site can lead to depression and suicide.

Because many parents don't even know that their students are on these sites, they are even more dangerous and should be banned.
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