Gum in School There are many arguments on whether chewing gum in class should be aloud. For a long time, gum hasn’t been allowed in schools. Either the whole school has banned gum, or it’s the teacher’s choice whether or not the students can have it. They say that gum isn’t allowed because students make a mess by putting gum under the desks.
I am a student in your school and I am writing to you about the ban on chewing gum in school. I think the rule that students shouldn’t chew gum in class needs to be uplifted. There are many advantages to chewing gum in class. Chewing gum can increase focus, make students more relaxed, and reduces bad breadth. Chewing gum and can also help students to fight hunger.
“For me the dumbest rule is that you can’t chew gum in school. For some reason, chewing gum for me gets my brain going,” Brie Larson once said. Many schools do not allow students to chew gum in school. Teachers have differing views about whether students should be allowed to chew gum in school. Some believe that gum chewing is the nastiest habit in the world, it can impede the learning process, and gum chewing can be noisy and distracting to other students. Others teachers make their own rules. They allow gum chewing as long as it does not interfere with their ability to teach or students ' ability to concentrate. Some say chewing gum should not be allowed in school, while other argue that it should be allowed in school. Schools should allow gum in school, as well as the classroom because it allows kids to concentrate. Schools should also allow gum in school because it also improves memory.
A common debate of the classroom is whether students could chew gum in class. As it turns out, research shows that chewing gum has many positive effects. Students should chew gum because of all the positive benefits. Some benefits of chewing gum are calmed appetites and more concentration. Chewing gum also releases stress. From calming your appetite, to concentrating more, to releasing stress, there are many positive reasons for students to chew gum in class.
Chewing gum has always been against school rule ,but it is time for that to change. Schools should give students the right to chew gum and this project will provide concepts as to why. It is actually proven to help children academically. The infinite amount of individuals who are oblivious to the advantages of gum is nonsense. Chewing gum has been a controversial issue ever since it was invented in 1848, because people do not know the benefits of it.
Students should be allowed to chew gum in school because it improves education with students, helps students focus, and chewing gum helps with oral hygiene. There are many downfalls to chewing gum in schools, but there are a lot of positives to chewing the flavorful treat and chewing gum can be a positive thing.
Cell phones should be banned because of the health risks they pose, the ways they can prevent learning and abuse of them via cheating. The debate about phones matters because of the lasting impacts on the students who will be affected by it. Phones could make adolescents prone to bad habits and behaviors like cheating. Both parents and school representatives need to think about these impacts before decided whether or not phones have a home in
For students in classrooms that allow phones, this is a struggle faced daily and distraction is only the tip of the iceberg of dilemmas. Which is why phones definitely should not be allowed in the classroom. For one Cell phones should not be allowed
Have you heard about the numerous amounts of kids that have been injured due to fidget spinners? Kids are using fidget spinners at school and getting hurt when doing tricks. Liam believes that students at his school should be allowed to use fidget spinners in class. His principal, Principal Schwarts, thinks that the use of fidget spinners at school shouldn’t be allowed. Liam claims that they help with concentration but Principal Schwarts says that there is no evidence about fidget spinners helping with concentration, and are disruptive to others.
Have you ever talked to someone and you just can't pay attention to what they're saying because of their bad breath? Well, schools around the country are banning gum, so now most children and teenagers can’t chew a refreshing piece of gum to fix their breath. You could be suffering the next time you talk to one of your friends. Students should be allowed to chew gum in school because it helps you stay focused, improve concentration, and increases oral and physical health. Chewing Gum can help you stay focused and become more alert.
The average teenager goes on their phone about 80 times a day (Gregoire). In other words, kids like to use their phones. Why not let the students use it in class to help them get an education. Schools suggest that cell phones are a distraction and will be used for socializing. This is why most schools in the U.S. don’t permit cell phone usage in class.
(National School Safety, 1996 2015) Although, the discussion “if cellphone should be banned in the at a University level” continues to generate controversy, I highly believe that it should be banned as research has shown that it affects and disrupts the classroom educational environment as it promotes cheating, causes distractions to students and teachers, endorses cyberbullying, reduces classmate socialization, downgrades ones grammatical skills, spreads misinformation, leads to high risk of cell phone theft, contributes to the violation of privacy and overloads the emergency
Should students be allowed to have cellphones in school? Would cellphones affect your test performance or would they be a lifesaver in emergencies. I believe cell phones should not be in schools. Cell phones are a distraction, they also affect your test performance and your memory. Cell phones are a distraction for students.
Do cell phones in class actually have such a huge impact on learning as educators say they do? Is it really relevant to ban cell phones at school? Do we really have to ban something which was already part of the school system? A simple answer to all of those questions is no. Although some schools don’t think cell phone usage should be allowed in a classroom.