This article says that some video games, like Reader Rabbit and The Oregon Trail, have helped students learn. This supports my thesis because the author writes about video games that are good for teens. This source will be good to use because the author gets his information from scientific studies, such as one by the American Psychological Association.
This video is a show that interviews scientists about video games and whether they are dangerous or not. The video supports my thesis because the scientists say that they cannot prove the video games are dangerous, and one of them said playing violent video games might help people because they will play the game instead of doing something dangerous. This is a good source because the people interviewed were scientists.
This article says that video games can help some students to read more because they like to read books about the games that they play. This supports my thesis because if teens that play video games read more, they will make better grades in school. The article is a good source because it quotes a vice president at Scholastic, who knows about how to get kids to read more.