Our persuasive speech “Censorship in schools – it’s futile and unnecessary” is one that will set your audience thinking. This speech says that censorship in schools is not at all necessary. It points out that students are exposed to every sort of advertising and pornography outside school hours. It suggests that it would be better to teach them to learn to distinguish good from bad themselves. That’s a challenge because there are so many different value systems in so many homes. Yet it is a challenge that needs to be undertaken for the good of society generally.
The short poem which ends our persuasive speech “Censorship in schools – it’s futile and unnecessary” gives a lively ending to what you have to say about this subject.