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Over the years mobile phones have become more and more popular. Mobile phones play a tremendous part in people's life. People can't survive without mobile phones as they think that it is an essential tool. From texting your friends to saving a persons life. Recently the Daily Star had undergone a survey to discover which age group, who owns the most mobile phones, the results were phenomenal as it was shown that teenagers have the most mobile phones. One of these issues concerns the mobile phones policy for students. Students should be able to carry cell phones during school, so why ban them? When they have only made out lives simpler and safer? This is unfair, unjust, and unreasonable; throughout this article I will explain various points for bringing mobile phone in schools. One of the many reasons why mobile phones are appropriate and beneficial for classrooms is that they are a fantastic resource in an emergency. ...read more.


If it weren't for her mobile phone which was in her pocket the young girl could have died. Secondly, mobile phones are not just for calling, which they use to be, they are very versatile and a huge asset to the school. There are five other uses for using a mobile phone: texting, take and send pictures, record videos, access the internet, play games and much more. The variety of functions has increased dramatically. When you text, your grammar skills improve. Every time someone texts they are practicing writing. Texting would help students raise their English skills and grades. So without cell phones, your vocabulary skills would decrease. Many cell phones are equipped with calculators; teachers encourage the use of a calculator when problem solving. A student should become accustomed to having a calculator handy for both homework and math's lessons. Students also can listen to music with their ear phones if the mobile phone is equipped with a walkman during lessons, many students find this relaxing and comfortable and are more productive as a result. ...read more.


From the words of our pupils "All this nonsense over a so-called mobile phone, it's outrageous." Many argue that mobile phones disrupt classes and affect your learning and can be used as a tool of destruction. The reporter claimed that mobile phones coming into classes are preposterous, ridiculous and ludicrous and plays a negative impact on the pupil's education. It is very understandable to think this way. However, in my opinion this is absurd. How can anyone say such a thing, mobile phones are a blessing in schools, which a teacher told us that in one of her lessons children are allowed to listen to music whilst they are doing their work, this will help their concentration as it has been proven by The Guardian in January that 90% of pupils focus on their work instead of talking to their friends which will distract them and stop doing their best in lessons Overall, I feel that I have made several explanations to defend mobile phones coming into school. Mobile phones provide convenience, safety, and security and teach students self-discipline. Is an unchangeable and unquestionable ban really going to be for the better good? ...read more.

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