Composition : Cell Phone Use for the Students Necessary in Schools

Cell Phone Use for the Students Necessary in Schools 

The question of whether cell phones should be allowed in schools has been a matter of debate in recent years. Schools in many developed countries are now finding it rather difficult to enforce a ban on using cell phones. A recent study has found that 65 percent of teens at schools that have a ban on cell phones bring their phones to school every day anyway. What is more alarming is 43 percent of all teens who take their phones to school say they text in class at least once a day. 

Monica feels sad because all her friends have a cell phone but her mother does not want to buy her one. Her mother does not want Monica to play video games either. She is also scared of the internet. Monica’s mother says. “If Monica has a cell phone, how do we know who she is talking to? Video games are bad for her. The internet is dangerous and uncontrolled. It’s like having a gun in the house. We should just ban her from using the computer and I’m not buying her a cell phone until she is eighteen. This is the only way that we can be sure that Monica is safe.” 

Monica’s father disagrees with Monica’s mother. Although he agrees that there are some dangers with the internet, he likes it and finds it to be very useful. He says, “We just can’t stop Monica from using the internet as this would put her at a disadvantage.” He likes video games too. He says, “I think, when played in moderation, video games are fun. Obviously, it is not good to play them without restraint or self-control.” Monica’s father feels that Monica needs a cell phone and they can’t take these things away.
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