Jared No Cell Phone
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This is my powerpoint on whether cell phones should be used in school or not

This is my powerpoint on whether cell phones should be used in school or not

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  • In my opinion cell phones are not needed in school. I think face to face conversation is stronger than “ texting “. I also think that if you can’t last seven hours without a cell phone than you are addicted to your cell phone. Also it would take longer to get feedback from a cell phone than it would face to face. So in my opinion, I think that there is no need for cell phones.
  • Cell Phones are suppose to be used for connecting to each other without a cord. Which means that you could take your phone anywhere as long as you get “ service “. Now that cell phones have been getting even more smaller and more technical. Which means that face to face talk is going down the drain.
  • As almost everyone says. Technology these day are amazing. Whether it be computers or phones everything gets smaller and more technical as everything moves on. The picture above shows how phones have gotten smaller and smaller and time moves on. There are also now touch screen phone and computers. That’s just one example of how technology is getting bigger and bigger and now face to face talk is going down the drain. But also sadly the new way of talk is texting.

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