School Suspensions Suspension is a good punishment for misbehaving, but do they really want to be punished by not going to school for a couple of days? Suspensions are used to punish a student who has committed a minor crime in school. Usually kids are committing a “crime” because something has hurt them inside and they’re just trying to show what they’re feeling against the person that made them feel bad. So, is the student really responsible for their actions? Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new curriculum and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life.
The accessibility to the world is possible with only one click in social networking sites with friends and family, the possibility to reach someone regardless of time and space constraints via social networking is fascinating . These immediacy of instant communication tools may provide a platform for everyone to voice out and share feelings and thoughts. Social skills and interpersonal relationships may be shaped as we are virtually in touch with the entire world and social networking sites are deemed to be the most efficient and effective mean of communication we have ever had. Social networking sites like Whatsapp, Facebook and Youtube have become such a part and parcel of our daily routines that seems that it is very essential for us now. Therefore, social networking sites have changed our social life
Teens become their own news or if teens want to just tweet about anything such as something that happened in school anyone that has twitter and follows this teen will know what teen said/tweeted instantly if they are on using. Which is crazy because it 's almost like teens can 't do anything now in silence.This is not a concern though but a idea and observation. The real reason twitter is a ideal example of a teen impacter is mainly it is used by teens and celebrities. This combination is leading the teens of today to believe in the words/ tweets of the celebrities of the world. So when Kanye West tweets about “ how you might be talented, but you aren 't as talented as Kanye West.” It gives off the stigma that it 's okay to go on to social media and boast but not everyone will take Kanye West serious.
The company was officially founded in 2006 in Ek’s apartment and an official beta version of the service was launched in 2007. Spotify allows users to stream over 30 million songs. There is a free version which has limitations compared to the paid subscription service, these limitations include viewing advertisements, diminished sound quality, and only allowed to listen while your device is connected to the internet. Spotify works closely with record labels and their artists, they license the digital rights to the recording from record labels and pay a royalty fee to the artist per stream. Spotify was revolutionary because listeners no longer had to pay $1-$2 per download of each song using iTunes, but instead could listen to virtually any song they wanted as much as they’d like for free, or a low subscription fee.
Although some teens of “To Tell or Not to Tell” by Mary Kate Frank have argued that people don’t speak up because they’d rather not get in trouble or make their friends mad at them, closer examination shows you should speak up because if you don’t your friends could become severely hurt or die due to your actions. “Together with a few friends, Matthew reported what he knew to school administrators, and police ultimately arrested and charged two students involved in the shooting plot.” This sentence from the article is a perfect example of why sometimes it’s a good reason to be a whistle-blower, a whistle-blower is someone who tells for a good purpose. If Matthew decided not to tell them a great deal of lives could have been lost. If Matthew hadn’t told about the shooting, his life could have been cut short and so would many others who went to his school. He wasn’t going to tell originally, but his friends helped him tell
He regret the time in the seventh grade where he stood in the background and watched the new girl get bullied, where he didn’t stood up for her like he should’ve done. He says he want to pass his experience to the students. He wants to tell them how important it is to be kind. He tells
Facts about Skype Skype is a completely free service offered to everyone. Skype describes their purpose as allowing you to “do things together, whenever you’re apart” (About Skype, 2015). This sharing of experiences includes the ability to talk to each other as though on a phone call, seeing each other through video calls, and texting each other through instant messaging. Skype works on all platforms and devices, including iPhones and Androids, Mac
Many people still believed that sex education should be compulsory in primary schools because a research has shown that parents in America do not like to discuss with their kids about sex (Strasburger 1993). Supporting detail (a): Many parents naturally feel embarrassed to talk to their children about topic that is related to sex (Winter 2014). Some of them are afraid that they might give wrong advice or respond to their kids which may lead them to wrong choice. So it is better if the teachers in the schools take this responsibility to influence the children a better sex education. Supporting detail (b): As for the children, they are afraid or uncomfortable to ask their parents anything about sex (Talking to your parents 2014).
Social media and Profile Social media is popular because it is free for the user and it connects to millions of users. Social media includes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, Instagram, and snapchat but a whole lot more. Those sites are used to socialise and share interesting things with friends and families. Social media like Facebook has over 1 Billion users, 75% are male and 83% are female, the highest age range on Facebook is from 18 to 29 years old at 88%. Sites as big as Facebook have a revenue up to $18 Billion.
You can follow anyone on Twitter without asking permission and vice versa. Which means anyone can follow you and see everything you have tweeted or retweeted. Facebook is the same thing unless you go into your privacy settings and adjust it. Facebook has more privacy settings but many people seem to ignore that. Many failed to realize how harmful social networks can be.