Using Mobile Phones in School

Nowadays, most young people spend a big part of every day in their mobile phones. Many teens are using their phones into the class when the teacher is giving the lesson. That results in the student don’t know what the teachers said and the don’t write their homework and they often have a bad end. In my opinion there is a solve that like in the teachers and the students too.

One the one hand, if students use their mobile phones into the class the ignore the teacher and the lesson and in the end of the school year when they must write test to go to the next class they will don’t know nothing and they still in the class again. Also in the continue of their life they will can’t find a work easily and they will have financial problems.

On the other hand, students can be use their phones for search something that the teacher asked and the students can find the answer and tell it in their teacher. Also the use of the mobile phone can be allowed by te teachers in the breaks so the students can sent a message in their friends or upload something in their social media’s profiles.

In conclusion, if the teachers forbid the phones in the school I believe that this rule will create an other problem and the student will use their phones without the teacher found them. I believe the solution of the problem is the teachers allow the student use their mobile phones on the breaks but the teachers confiscate the students’ phones in the begging of the lesson.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. georgeklonos says:

    I think that,the mobile phones should to forbidden

    Liked by 1 person

    1. PANOSXGAMER says:

      i am not agree with you. The phone is a exellent method to search the anwsers and i believe that every student must have a phone into the class

      Liked by 1 person

    2. PANOSXGAMER says:

      Also, I think your sentence is wrong. You should have written “I think that, mobile phones should be forbidden in schools.” 🙂

      Like

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