Our class discussion I thought was well played. We had very strong points here and there even though it was hard to get a word in at times. We discussed many things and it was hard to be able to catch and write what people were saying, including knowing names. I don't really know too many people. In the beginning, Crysta said something like, "I believe books shouldn't be banned at all. There should be something about parent permission and warnings about books." I think I can agree with that. Books contain knowledge and school is about learning. Reading a book won't make someone become a serial killer, we complain when kids play video games or watch movies about guns. "A school should be a safe haven for learning," says Brandon. A school should be a safe haven for learning. Books can be a way of knowledge.
We talked about so many things, I couldn't keep track. What I caught though out of everything was, I think people are scared. My book was banned for "glorifying witchcraft", so was Bridge to Terabithia. Literally there's no magic involved in the movie, if you count trees moving. If you count trees and creatures moving, then what about Narnia? Narnia has trees moving and creatures roaming. It's not counted though because it's based off the bible.
My question to you all is, are people scared of others knowing much? Or not knowing the unknown/ the aftermath?