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Analysis of the Statements Supporting the Prohibition of Mobile Phones in Classrooms

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“Rrrring, Rrrring!” is the noise a cell-phone makes in class when a student “accidentally” forgot to turn it off. Cell-phones could be quite annoying when it goes off in class. It has happened to most of us, when you’re in class doing your work but suddenly you hear your ringtone go off. In your head you think “Hurry, hurry I have to turn this thing off!” You juggle in your pocket to grab your cell-phone before your teacher hears it. Unfortunately, your teachers puts her hand out and you hear the devastating words “Give me your phone.” Not only did you lose your phone but you also have disrupted the class. This is why cell-phones should not be allowed.

The main reason and probably the most students worry about is that cell-phones may go off in class. I know every teacher just hates it when they hear that ringtone when they teach a lesson. When it goes off, it doesn’t only affect the teacher but it also affects the students. The students try to learn but when a cell-phone goes off, it could disrupt a student’s learning. When you bring a cell-phone to school, at least turn it off, like they say in movie theatres “Silence is Golden”

So as you know, cell-phones are mainly used for calling people like in school, students use their cells to call their parents to pick them up. This is true but students may also play games or listen to music during school hours. Let’s face it, it is the year of 2011 and several cell-phones have the capability to play games, listen to music, and surf the web. Unfortunately, students may actually use these things. A great example that has all of these features is the “iPhone” and this phone may be used by students during breaks and even during class. This again, disrupts learning and maybe disrupts others. This is not good and this supports the fact that cell-phones should not be allowed.

I know that many students will dislike this rule of no cell-phones in school. They might say cell-phones could be used for calculators or maybe to be used to look up things on the internet like word definitions. I do understand most students actually use their students to call their parents to pick them up. This is O.K and I do understand and I have a great idea allowing students to carry cell-phones but with restrictions. Every time a student goes to class they would have to drop their cell into a bin next to the door and they could pick it back up when they exit. If teachers would like to have their students use their phones for school purposes like calculators they would do so. Once you’re out of class, you must have your cell-phone off and kept in your pocket or backpack hidden from teachers. This should solve most problems so we could have a “cell-phone free school”

So I now hope you feel we should have this rule of a cell-phone free school. If we have cell-phones out of sight, students can learn mire and easier. Teachers would not have to worry about it going off and students wouldn’t have to worry about it getting taken away. If we do this, our Middle School would be greater than it already is! Remember to power off the cell-phone!

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