Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cell Phones In School

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terclaim with rebuttal. Topic: Should cellphones be allowed in school The class has now started and 3 phones have already gone off. All you hear is notifications and phone calls all day long while you are trying to learn. Students should not be able to have their phones out during school hours and in the classroom because it is distracting to other students, it would give an unfair advantage by cheating off of your phone, it can cause harmful physical effects to your body. Those are only some of the reasons why you shouldn’t have your phones out in the classroom and during school hours & the effects of this outcome. Distractions. How do you expect to have a good education and to learn when you have a cell phone going off every 5 minutes…show more content…
Everyone gets cyberbullied when they are online. In the article called “The Disadvantages of Mobile Phones in Schools” written by Alex Saez says, “Kids might record their teacher losing his temper, then post it on sites such as YouTube. Common sense would dictate that these acts can be humiliating to the victims and harmful to the school’s reputation” ( Kids could record so many more things than their teacher losing his or her temper on the class, they could record another kid getting bullied, kids fighting each other and they think it’s funny that the other one got beat up or hurt. There are so many ways you can get cyberbullied and not notice it & there are so many ways you cyberbully someone and not even notice it. Also in the article called “11 Facts About Cyberbullying” ( it says, “Only 1 in 10 victims will inform a parent or trusted adult of their abuse.” & “Bullying victims are 2 to 9 times more likely to consider committing suicide.” This is one of many big problems in this world today. Kids are missing out on life because of others cyberbullying them. That is one of many reasons on why kids shouldn’t have their phones out in

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