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  • Don Valley Highway Case Study

    Toronto’s mayor John Tory and his council have been discussing the establishment of tolls on the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Expressway. In order to get support from not only his council but the people of the city, John Tory is asking for help from those living in the 905 “to share the cost of upkeep and transit expansion with people living in the 416.” The mayor hopes that the new toll route will help to cut the amount of traffic/congestion on these highways and to further develop…

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  • The Importance Of Winter Road Travel

    If you are going to be going on a long road trip this winter, you need to make sure that you are prepared for anything. Winter weather brings a wide variety of different driving conditions. In case your vehicle breaks down during your road trip, or you go off the road, you need to have the right supplies in your vehicle to deal with any emergency that comes your way. Here are a few things you should carry with you so you are ready for a winter towing emergency, should it occur. Emergency…

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  • Should Students Be Allowed To Bring Cell Phones In School

    As a teacher imagine a classroom where students could use their cell phones for help instead of asking the teacher over and over. Most teachers say that cell phones are a distraction , but cell phones could be very useful in a classroom. Because cell phones could be used as a learning tool, would help students stay on schedule, and would be easy for students to access at all times, students should be able to bring cell phones to school. One reason why students should be allowed to bring cell…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Being Bored

    Are you always bored? Well if you are, do something about it because being bored is awful. Boredom is the empty feeling of having nothing to do or wanting to do. It can also put you at risk. Kids nowadays are always bored. What kids would normally do when they are bored is watch T.V. If kids are constantly bored, that means more T.V. More T.V increases the risk of blindness. Watching T.V is also a waste of time. Kids should be doing their homework instead of watching SpongeBob. Their grades…

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  • Have Smartphones Destroy A Generation Summary

    “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation,” is an article written by Jean M. Twenge, a psychology professor at San Diego State University. Twenge has been studying generational differences for 25 years. Jean M. Twenge likes to call babies born from 1995 to 2012 “generation I” because of I phones, or smartphones. In this article, she states Generation I babies have grown up with smartphones, and because of that, they have some distinct differences that previous generations do not possess. Some of…

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  • Is Technology Ruining The World Or Making It Better?

    The Truth About Technology Is technology ruining the world or making it better? Technology has changed throughout the years. Technology has a positive effect on humans because people can communicate, helping kids education, and advanced medicine. Communication is the number one thing people use technology for. The technology today allows the people to communicate worldwide for a cheaper price than it was 20 years ago. In an emergency people are able to immediately contact first responders…

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  • Texting And Driving Is Dangerous Essay

    Susan King Mrs. King ELA 6th Hour The Danger In Technology 07 April 2017 Did you know that 75% of car accidents are from texting and driving? People that text and drive get into accidents more often than regular accidents. After saying that Cell phones are not safe. If you’re walking out in the middle of the street and you’re only paying attention only to your phone you could be in real danger. Also you and the driver could get hurt or killed. “The national safety council reports that 1.6…

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  • What Is An Example Of Off-Task Behavior

    Students who engage in off-task behavior will also lose points from their participation grade each time an offense is seen because off-task behavior usually leads to safety issues and decreases the quality of participation for you and potentially for others. The following are examples of off-task behavior and the point deductions associated with each: 1. Student is consistently chatting without engagement in the task at hand (10 points) 2. Student is consistently on cell phone during class (20…

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  • The Self-Driving Car Industry

    An increasing amount of people is afraid of using self-driving car because of different kinds of security concerns. In fact, some research showed that people would care about their privacy because of the connecting Internet. Steinmetz (2016) reported that most of the self-driving car users are afraid of their data breach if their car were connected to the Internet. 55% of respondents would be worried about the safety of their privacy data. In addition, Jaconi (2015) explained that equipment can…

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  • Texting While Driving Speech

    She is driving down the highway going to her mother’s house. They haven’t seen each other in months. The girl gets a text from her mother, “Where are you?” In a matter of time, the girl picks up her phone and reads the text, taking her eyes off the road. Replying, she types, “Almo-”. The text doesn’t send. The car smashes violently into another car with such high power which causes both cars to skid off the highway forcefully slamming into the brick wall standing high off the ground. Airbags pop…

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