Wi-Fi Argumentative Analysis

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It’s difficult to be 100% for the use of educational technology all of the time, when there are so many convincing arguments against it. Most teachers find a happy medium with technology—it’s useful in some situations, but a distraction and a hurtful device in others. The philosopher George Berkeley once posed this question: "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" so I was wondering if a person had won an award at a special event and no one face booked, tweeted or snap chatted about it; did the person really win that award? Being surrounded by technology and social media has taught me that if you didn’t check in or post about it, it didn’t really happen or it wasn’t important enough. People are surrounded and brainwashed by phrases like “Facebook relationship…show more content…
People are so full of themselves but sre still hungry. TVs are getting thinner and people are getting fatter. Wi-Fi has become faster and stronger while the economy gets slower and weaker. Society always told people to not keep their heads in the clouds but everybody’s priorities and main focus is on the ‘cloud’, to impress people they don’t even like for reasons they’re not even too sure of, that will in the end mean absolutely nothing. In the end, you have just wasted time that could have been spent on studying, friends, family or exercising. Am I saying we should get rid of technology and social media in the classroom? No. technology is a great tool to help access information quicker but can be a major distraction and discomfort to some with the power it has to also broadcast information quicker. People are defined by their interactions, updates and profiles; therefore they must choose them
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