Persuasive Essays About Cellphones In School

Persuasive Essays About Cellphones In School-60
" This exemplifies the advancement of technology over that of the human who places him/herself as secondary to the technical device.It is a dependency that threatens the independent thought of students.Just off the top of my head: Cell phones used for cheating (looking up answers) Safety issues on stairs (students not paying attention) Is emergency communication for every individual student necessary Attention problems in class (texting or browsing instead of listening) Ringing phones disrupting or interrupting presentations, speakers, and meetings Same policy for studants teachers, or just students Leeway for medical issues (insulin shots, asthma, seizures) Any one of these would make a great essay.

" This exemplifies the advancement of technology over that of the human who places him/herself as secondary to the technical device.It is a dependency that threatens the independent thought of students.Just off the top of my head: Cell phones used for cheating (looking up answers) Safety issues on stairs (students not paying attention) Is emergency communication for every individual student necessary Attention problems in class (texting or browsing instead of listening) Ringing phones disrupting or interrupting presentations, speakers, and meetings Same policy for studants teachers, or just students Leeway for medical issues (insulin shots, asthma, seizures) Any one of these would make a great essay.

You could consider the destructive effects of text bullying in schools, and the possible fatal consequences of this (sadly there are several examples of this you could cite). For example, say you are for allowing cell phones and your target audience is the principal.

Immediate access to social networking through phones has served to further compound this problem. You might begin with a question: In an emergency, are your students safe?

" The essay should then explain how a cell phone distracts in the classroom and deprives you of the education you need.

Use the topics and examples in the excellent earlier posts.

The cheating aspect is a real problem, since many cells have Internet access.

I have seen students using Wikipedia from their cells in college classes, looking up info for in-class assignments that allow no notes or text--or Internet.Since your teacher is looking for negative aspects of cell phone use, the potential for addiction might be a good hook - surely no school would want to promote addictive behaviors! You might begin with a question: In an emergency, are your students safe?Then you go on to explain that if each student has a cell phone and service is not blocked, help can arrive more quickly.The intent of each student’s essay was to persuade/convince the reader to agree/take their side.Please enjoy Akshay’s essay on whether cell phones should be used in schools.There is some research out there now that indicates that cell phone use, and particularly texting, is addictive.You can find one of the studies at this link, or at another here. For example, say you are for allowing cell phones and your target audience is the principal.The addictive nature of the cell phone is just too much for students to disregard them for a whole class period, and many students can't resist the temptation to use them in some manner.I think they're great for emergencies, and I see nothing wrong with students using them between classes.You asked for a "hook" for your essay, and later mentioned that the piece should be negative (against cell phones in the classroom).A good hook would be the following title: "Your cell phone can be stealing you blind!

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