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The title of my essay is going to be---Should students be allowed to use their cellphones in the classroom.-- In todays soiciety almost all children including students have cell phones. The biggest question is should they be allowed in the classroom. Technology including cellphones have become the way students are able to graduate without learning and fully knowing what they should.
is that a good start? @Theloshua
ummm.... You shouldnt be cheating but... In today's society, the use of technology has become a big everyday part of our lives, wherever we go. Many people worry about how this relatively new way of life effects young people, creating much dispute. One of the biggest questions this concern has brought on is if cell phone use should be allowed in school. This is a tricky subject, because cellphones have become the way students are able to graduate without learning and fully knowing what they should.
huh im not cheating
your good though
then whats next explaining the pros and cons?
do i write aboutr the pros and cons next i have three for the pros and three for the cons so far
do i list the pros and cons or write each one and explain them?
ive changed the idea as everyone says there are no good pros to it @seb.cal
@Theloshua can u tell me the next step
are u helping me?
well thanks for ur help
did u copy that from somewhere
sorry, I had to leave, and no, I made that up myself