The Impact of Social Media on Student

The Impact of Social Media on Introduction Opening ment: For the past few years, the world has experienced drastic online changes. This is as a result of the invention of social media which has enhanced people from all places in the world to interact with each other easily. Approximately, 80% of the American teens employ social media in their daily activities.
Topic definition: According to Brydolf (2007), “social media is the relationship that exists between networks of people.”
Major point:
A. Social media can make a student to procrastinate.
B. Social media makes a student waste time.
C. Social media affects a student’s academic performance.
D. Social media can affect a student’s health.
Body:
A. Social media can make to a student to procrastinate.
i. Social media such as face-book has the potential to disrupt a student from reading or doing assignments.
ii. Extensive use of social media makes a student to lose interest on doing some essential activities.
iii. Social media has the potential to alter with the attention of a student when doing some crucial such as an assignment.
iv. The feedbacks gotten by social media may make a student forget what he or she was doing.
B. Social media makes a student waste time.
i. Most students love face-booking.
ii. Social media updates may make a student spend a lot of time reading them.
iii. Chats via social media make a student waste time.
iv. Students love checking social media sites.
C. Social media affects a student’s academic performance.
i. Social media makes a student to become good in multitasking. a student can read and text at the same time.
ii. Students spend much of time face-booking or chatting instead of studying.
iii. Social media updates distract a student while in class.
iv. Social media encourages online relationships that contribute to poor performance.
D. Social media can affect a student’s health.
i. Social media makes a student not take part in sports.
ii. Social makes a student strain and as a result affect his or her brain.
iii. Social media impacts happiness and as a result lead to mental health.
iv. Too much time spent on social media sites such as twitter and face-book can make one develop physiological abnormalities.
Conclusion:
Social media is a channel of communication that unites people from different places in the world. It has many negative effects on a student.
Recommendation:
It is crucial for the use of social media to be banned so as to save the students from its negative impacts.
Final statement:
Social media is not good for students. It can affect their academic performance as well as their health.
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