Tuesday, September 17, 2013

  1. What is spongebob?
  2. Who are those characters?
  3. Where is this taking place?
  4. What is twerking?
  5. What are these characters?
  6. Why are they doing that movement?
  7. Does the music play a role?
  8. What significance does the music have with this type of dance?
  9. What song is playing?
  10. Who is signing that song?
  11. What type of music is that?
  12. What genre of music best fits twerking?
  13. Is there a certain beat to follow in this dance?
  14. Where did this dance originate from?
  15. What is the point of twerking?
Thesis: Society plays a huge influence in the world and even cartoons can create the wrong impression. 


  1. I agree that society influences the media in wrong ways.

  2. I agree with this video and its impact on pop culture, because it everywhere u see nowaways you hear about twerking.

  3. i can see what you mean, people get the wrong impression on many things on the internet theses days, some people see trolling as a bad thing, while it's just a joke.

  4. It sounds like you're going in bit of a circle in your thesis. "Society plays a huge influence in the world." Isn't that just saying society influences society? Maybe you should clarify that point more.

  5. Why did you choose twerking for a pop culture idea? Overall, you have a decent thesis that could be expanded more. Also, your questions can be expanded more.

  6. You could be more specific on what/how cartoons could create wrong impressions on society.

  7. I agree on your thesis statement, I believe that what cartoons say can say a lot about things and can also influence children heavily.

  8. Your thesis has the right depth for starting an essay.

  9. This is funny because of how stupid it is. Twerking is just a dance but it is really controversial because people overreact to everything. Having Spongebob twerking is just funny, just like anything he does is funny.