Persuasive Speech On Texting While Driving Can Save Lives And Open Students Eyes
Coming into the school in a wheel chair and only being able to move the eyes and using a computerized vocal synthesizer based on eye movements to create sentences, a student giving a speach about the danger of texting while driving has a major impact and luckily affects students to the degree where they are not telling their friends the won't get in the car with them if they don't put the cell phone down, or taking it away from them like taking a drunks keys from them so they can't drive home.
What's even more impactful is that same student in the wheelchair giving this speech with home videos and images of the student before he made the mistake of trying to text and drive at the same time resulting in running a red light and T-Boning another car at 50 miles per hour and forever being one step from being a vegetable. This kind of thing really makes kids think about their choices. Often the reason they ignore what we tell them about how dangerous this is is based on their not believing it could happen to them- but when they see a student, even someone they didn't know, whose been adversely affected by one mistake, has to live the rest of his life without really getting to live his life.
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