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Violence Prevention

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Violence Prevention
Print Violence Prevention Reading Comprehension with Sixth Grade Work

Print Violence Prevention Reading Comprehension

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 6 to 8
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   7.89

     challenging words:    apathetic, assertive, sports-like, unconcerned, mediators, mediation, resolution, violence, reclaim, finding, bullying, incident, society, tolerance, gender, destruction

Violence Prevention
By Jennifer Kenny

1     Violence is on TV. Violence is in the newspaper. It's also in video games. Unfortunately, it's sometimes in schools or our homes as well.
2     Violence is physical force used to harm others or their things. It is often used for entertainment and action in the movies. It sometimes seems far away in the news if we are not personally affected by the described incident. However, in reality, seeing any of these violent acts, real or imagined, helps to build up insensitivity in most of us. We may become apathetic, or unconcerned.
3     Sometimes watching too much violence or experiencing it from others can make people respond violently themselves. Then society becomes unsafe.

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