Should Students Be Allowed To Use Cellphone In Class Essay

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Elementary Students Should be allowed to Use Cellphone in Class The development of technology continues to progress. Not only the rich, high-class people, but also low-class people have been able to enjoy it as well. The cheap prices indeed are one of the reasons why people want to use it. In addition, human needs also require us to use technology. Not far from it, the development of communication always keeps up with technology. Hand phones are created to make human communication easier. Besides, hand phones nowadays are equipped with a number of useful features to improve our knowledge and social life or to entertain certain people According to New Oxford American Dictionary, mobile phone, also called as cellular phone or hand-phone is a telephone with access to a cellular radio system so it can be used over a wide area, without a physical connection to a network. The idea of cellular phones started as early as the 1920’s with the use of police radios and in the late 1940’s Bell Labs created a cellphone prototype. It was not until April 3, 1973, when Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola made the first cellphone. Its function, besides to make and receive phone calls, the phone generally also has the function of sending and…show more content…
Students who bring cellphone to school at least can make their parents feel comfortable since they can communicate if there is a change in their schedule or during emergency. If they do not bring their cellphone, parents might waste their time because they have to call the school, especially if the line is busy. Ali Ibrahim, the president of The Malaysian Mobile Phone Owners Association (Perbit) said that schools should provide a special telephone room where students could contact their parents or guardians in case of emergency. So, students can contact their parents and inform them if their school schedule change or in case of

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