VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIA, EFFECT ON TEENS
To the editor,
The media, and the violence within it, is of great influence to children and teenagers. A key reason for today’s youths behaving violently is what they see on television and video games and what they hear in modern music. Parents and the media are battling to make an impression because the world of technology is winning. Teenagers are using it to learn and communicate, so they are also being filled with the violence
ditchin all spellin and gramma, in a hurry.
we had a bad week.
- lost two computers
- no acces to net
- andgy was sick
- seems the entire world has lost the ability to be 'good' drivers. too annoying
- lost angy's library card
- lost my mobile phone and found it again
- mum lost her's but found it again
- a series of other unfortunate events
eh, s'pose it wasnt too bad, we're still smilin
In our school, the student body can fight amongst themselves, however when it comes to protecting each other and the welfare of our schoolmates, we are united.
Our boys won't bash anyone unless our girls complain. And our girls don't complain unless the girls school steals our boys. The other boy's school has shut down, so they are stealing ours. So either our girls bash them, in which case they quit while they're ahead as they're out numbered, or us girls complain to our boys
Paul Charles Denyer was born on the 14 of April in 1972. He was born in Campbelltown, Sydney in New South Wales to Maureen and Anthony Denyer. He was the middle child in a family of five boys and one girl.
The reason for any odd behaviour he showed as a child was explained in saying that he fell on his head as a baby.
His family moved to Victoria when he was nine years old. He did not fit in at his new school, Northvale Primary and began
Looking for Alibrandi
By Melina Marchetta.
‘Looking for Alibrandi’ is a story about a young girl, growing up in Sydney in the nineties. The only side of life to create any hassle is that she is Italian, with an Italian mother, grandmother and father, somewhere, growing up in an Australian world. Throughout the book, she spends her entire year twelve either at her home or at her grandmother’s, school or