Pros And Cons Of Having A Mobile Phone

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Have you ever been to class? I'm sure you have witnessed at least once in your student years a mobile phone going off during a lecture, buzzing loudly through the already too silent enviroment. It's so loud and obnoxious the whole classroom turns to that one point simultaniously, shaking their heads in disbelief. Or perhaps you've been guity of this as well. Me? I'm guilty as charged. I can't even count nor recall the amount of times through the years my mobile phone rang during an important lesson, exam even, disrupting the perfect athmosphere at the time. And I'm not even half way through my university years. However, is it neccessary to fully ban mobile devices from being used in lectures and within the vicinity of one? That may or may not …show more content…
Mankind, since it's first days on our planet known as Earth have been 'guilty' of one thing. Consistently, we, have found ways to develop and never bounce at one spot. We are the most inteligent beings on the planet, after all. Through the years we've managed to rise to unbelivable heights in every scientific field and we surely do not plan on stopping. Sky, taken quite literally, for us humans is not the limit. One of the most developed branches of todays …show more content…
As first mentioned, the loud ringtone can sometimes throw someone off their game during an exam, project presentation and disturbance is not something welcomed at such times. Albeit harmless at first there is nothing less polite than a phone going off during class. The other thing worth mentioning is with mobile phones ever growing ability, applications meant not to be used during class become also hard to stop and avoid. Games and fun apps are the reason why most people want to own a smart phone in the first place. They are fun, timeless and I know that when I pick up one, putting the mobile phone down is next to impossible. How is this an issue? Lecturer cannot stop students from playing said games during class and it can lead, much like ringing, to a disturbance that as previously mentioned, we do not

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