Date of publication: 2017-07-08 16:28
So we 8767 ve decided that silence is agreement. I 8767 ve texted my mom on a few occasions and it 8767 s been very helpful, especially if I forgot something or Track was canceled and I needed to tell her. One time, there was a lockdown because someone got shot a few blocks away, and it was very relieving for both of us to just be able to text each other.
I once didn 8767 t feel well and asked to call my parents. They asked me to go to the nurse 8767 s office and said they would send someone. I waited there for twenty thirty minutes and then just decided to power through the day since they obviously forgot about me. I did it and then went home. I later threw up at home.
Phones should not be allowed in school because,there is very high probability that students would use the phones inappropriately such that they cheat on exams and also other students without the cellphone may hv low self-esteem which may decline his performance
Phones should be allowed in school, but with limitations. I believe that phones should be kept in lockers/backpack unless the person in question wants to call their parents. Not in class. This means no happy slapping, no harassment, no cheating on tests, no distractions. This way, you can call your parents for safety reasons. My friend has anxiety when she doesn 8767 t have her phone with her, and she could just take her backpack to class and not get her phone out. It works for everyone.
we should because If a student forgot his homework or calculator on the day of a calculus test, he could call his parents and ask them to bring it to school without causing a scene. In more serious emergencies, like a school threat or shooting, cell phones could help students connect with worried parents.
I ve been increasingly interested in adding an adverb ever since I noticed this phenomenon. In my opinion, that s another good way of linking ideas.
WT7: something like: With the global trades, the goods we use are produced abroad and are transported long distances. do the befenits of this trend outweigh the drawbacks?
Instead of taking away phones, using the premise that bullies are attention seekers wouldn't it be more sensible to figure why they crave attention or why their willing to use extreme violence to promote themselves?