In this modern world, technology is very advanced compared to the before time when we had dinosaurs as pets. Most students have mobile phones, so they thought that it would be cool if they could use it in school because some of the people think that mobile phones are a necessity. But, did they consi
Disadvantage of student bring phone to school
* With more and more attractive phones around in schools, there are good chances of phone snatching/theft. While this is applicable to any attractive or expensive item but it can be dangerous for the phone owner because snatcher can go crazy and/or m
MOTION : SHOULD THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES BE ALLOWED BY
STUDENTS IN THE S.H.S.
Mr. chairman, Honorable Headmaster, Panel of Judges, Impartial time keepers, Teaching and Non-teaching staff, Co-debaters, Ladies and Gentlemen, I deem it a great honour to be called upon this important issues
I do agree that students should be allowed to bring their mobile phones to school. Here are a lit of reasons:
#1 ~ The pay phone costs 50cents now, and a cell phone costs 10cents on a plan or 25cents without a plan. So you save money using your own phone.
#2 ~ In case of an emergency you can c
Children should be allowed to use their mobile phones in class because they can serve as 'learning aids', a study claims today.
Academics are calling on schools to rethink bans on phone handsets after trials suggested that functions such as calculators, stopwatches and email can be 'educational'.
By Rico Doran
In a society where almost everyone over the age of thirteen carries a mobile phone, many school systems have banned or want to ban these items from school grounds. Why? The one says it is due to the ‘potential problems’, such as texting during class and the use of social media.
Mobile phones are rapidly advancing. Now a day’s mobile phones can do lot more then just making phone calls. It can be used to capture pictures, record videos, surf the Internet, play games, and much more. Mobile phones have become a mini computer and it is widely used by all age groups. In that
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Title of the Invention/Innovation
Role of Mobile Phones in School Education
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I had came across an article about ‘Students Are Allow to Bring Mobile Phone to School’ at this website http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080612023003AAagbAH. Actually, I strongly disagree with this article. In recent times, the number of people owning mobile phones has increased dra
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Mobile phones should be allowed to be brought to school
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Nowadays more and more students bring their mobile phones to school. And I think phones shouldn’t be allowed in schools because It can distract the school work and the other students who’s trying to study and people can be cheating because when their doing test t
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in partial fulfilment of the requirement
for the Araling Panlipunan subject
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