Modern Technology Brings Families Together Uts Debate

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Good afternoon Madam Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen. The topic of our debate is That modern technology can bring families together. We define the topic as technology like mobile phones offer chances for family to interact and keep in touch with each other more frequently. We, the affirmative team believe that this statement is true.
Today as first speaker I will be talking to you about 2 points. The first point is that modern technologies like mobile phones and social media are important to the families as it does bring families together. The second point is Technology makes broken families reunited again.
Our second speaker will be William and he will be talking about “Modern technology brings family together by allowing them to keep in touch with each other.” On the other hand, he will also talk about “How Modern technology brings family together by preventing old family members to get lost”. Last but not least, our third speaker will be Chris, and he will rebut and sum up our team case.
Now, I am going to discuss my first point which is modern technologies like mobile phones and social media are important to the families as it does bring families together. As you all know the word that I mentioned is social media, which means it is something to communicate or known as apps that are used to communicate with someone. Nowadays, it is very common in our daily life, especially between family members. We don’t need to travel a long distance just to see our loved ones, or wait for weeks or e...


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