Today, social media has penetrated every field of our life. Some avail its endless benefits while some especially teenagers get lost in its fast and wide flow. Let’s see how you can express your opinion by writing a letter to editor on social media and youth.
Social Networking Sites have become the Latest Fad- Letter to Editor about Social Media
Q8 Social networking sites have become the latest fad among school-going children. The craze has a very bad impact on youngsters. Considering its gravity, you want to express your concern by writing a letter to the editor of the Hindustan Times in about 100-120 words. You are Nitish/Natasha of H. No. 123/8, Sant Nagar, New Delhi – 110065.
|123/8, Sant Nagar|
New Delhi – 110065
20th March, 20XX
The Hindustan Times
Subject: Craze for social networking sites among youngsters
Through the column of your prestigious newspaper, I want to highlight my concern about teenagers’ growing interest in social networking. From pings and chat windows to pokes and emoticons, everything exists to bring people closer. It helps to learn new things, make new friends, explore new opportunities and develop new perspectives.
But every coin has two sides. Its vastness can lead to children reaching dangerous or adult websites. Cyberbullying is another growing trend. Similarly, spending too much time on it can often lead to social media addiction, which can affect the ability to develop strong interpersonal relationships. Teenagers are at a vulnerable age and the avalanche of information can be overwhelming. The only solution to this is vigilant parents who must ensure moderate use of social media, ensuring that it is a boon and not a bane.
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